What should humanity learn from all the negatives in the world today? First, people must learn to take full responsibility for their own lives, as individuals, in their family, community, nation, and world. Second, organize to become a force. It is obvious that individually we are powerless before the state, before the controllers. That's it, it's what humanity needs to learn, in my opinion.
Something else to take into account is the possibility of the very obvious fact that everything is controlled by the CIA and those that control the CIA, since they have endless funds, and they do not have effective oversight or accountability. Trying to dismantle it is putting your life on the line, as it was with JFK. We ask who is responsible for all the misinformation on the internet, making it impossible to know what to believe, and undermining how effective it could be for information sharing? It's obvious: the cia. Who else is going to take the trouble to do it?
It seems that humanity is really lost, because it is trapped in an environment of lies and misinformation that most everyone believes to be true. Again, it is obvious that this can have a disturbing effect, causing people to feel confused, addicted, or crazy, rendering them powerless. Just as a herd of cows can be controlled by a few men or dogs, so it is with mankind. In this way humanity remains enslaved and powerless. Right now, it seems that no one has a clue how to get out of this trap. Also, it seems that almost no one offers any solutions, much less recognizes how trapped humanity is.
Just as almost every person on this planet thinks that it is necessary for human beings to have to pay to live here, when in fact, it is a clearly absurd idea that ends up killing millions of people who do not have money to survive. The obviousness of this statement, and the blindness of the masses, clearly demonstrates the difficult situation in which humanity finds itself today. The situation seems hopeless. It seems that the checkmate is inevitable, but we still have a sliver of hope as long as we are alive.
But humanity should wake up soon. Perhaps the first thing is to recognize the falsity of their identity, which is equivalent to being governed by the false being, the ego. This initial and essential programming has to be replaced with a more accurate assessment of who we really are. Our egoic being is just an unconscious construction that occurred as a result of all the experiences lived. It was unconsciously created by conditioning and circumstance. It is far from the essence of who we really are. I suggest that it might be more accurate to imagine that we are emanations from the source, and much larger than we think. That we are not a thing, nor a body, nor a person, that we are too insubstantial for such, that what we are is a verb, and the verb is love.