Not the Problem, Not the Solution
President Trump is not the problem. He is not the solution, either.
President Trump’s fans are not the problem. They are not the solution, either.
The Republican Party is not the problem. It is not the solution, either.
The Democratic Party is not the problem. It is not the solution, either.
No person or group of people is the problem. No person or group of people is the solution, either.
No ideology is the problem. No ideology is the solution, either.
At bottom, there is only one problem: the way the existing economy is supplied with money. That problem can be solved with a single Act of Congress: establishing a “democratically distributed income” (DDI).
That sounds radical. It is not; the production and acquisition of goods and services would still happen the same way.
It is revolutionary — in the best way possible. This new and different way of supplying the economy with money would solve every problem associated with the existing economy.
“For Crying Out Loud, ACCEPT That A SOLUTION Actually EXISTS” (a “3 min read” — including options for further reading — here in Medium)