There’s a house at the edge of a cliff. It never used to be that close in fact it was over a mile away from the sea when the elderly couple bought the house 34 years ago. Now the cliff is just 7 feet away and expected to eat the house any day soon. It’s only now, just recent the family have moved out. It’s time to go, time to leave the house and allow it to collapse. If it had been right to keep on fighting they would have, but after years of propping up the cliff face, masses of concrete, huge steel piles into the ground and even chains, ropes and other devices trying to hold back the house from eventual destruction. Sometimes you simply have to walk away and allow nature to take its course. In the world news EU leaders have agreed to support another failing economy in Greece. It’s not the first, it won’t be the last time. The USA politicians are spending money they do not have, they just keep propping things up. The UK is piling cash into war like many other countries spending money they also don’t have. Banks and banking systems collapse whilst bankers smoke Cuban cigars whilst flicking through the latest catalogs from BMW and Omega. At one time it was seen as shocking enough when an individual went bankrupt, now it’s nations going bust. But before they go bust the drama unfolds, the ministers that have been busy scratching, tickling and caressing the power of their neighbor across the border making talk over a pillow about how they refuse to let their lover fall flat even if it means destroying more economies. It’s all very insidious don’t you think? Maybe you don’t think about it after all that is what Zoomanity hopes for. It want us to see the news (if at all) and think, feel that it’s all fine, they are making everything OK. Yet when a little thought goes into things it really isn’t all OK is it? When a country is facing bankruptcy, yes there is something bigger that will take place. The fall of one nation will send a shudder and shake through the other nations yet the signs of racing towards bankruptcy are just symptoms of bad, bad management. Yet surely the eventual collapse of that nations financial structure serves mankind better? The lessons learned will be far greater than the lesson of propping up, holding back, over-protecting? Do the bankers lose their jobs, the politicians, the treasurers and men in suits n the screens wielding power, ordering the best of the best whilst running their objects of deception? It’s clear, more than clear things aren’t right, systems don’t work yet Zoomanity has one huge failing. They fail to admit their power is based on greed, their greed is based in significance, their significance is service to themselves and rarely to those they hold power over. Collapse is coming, it will come, it has to come. There reality isn’t anything to fear at all yet Zoomanity will hold you in fear because when you are held in fear you will look towards those that lead. After 34 years propping up a house that the sea eventually devoured maybe its time the sea of mankind removed its props from a man made Zoo that is at some point going to collapse into it’s own sea. That’s not a bad thing, its a good thing after all what is there now can hardly be applauded for its waste and want of power. While EU leaders pledge their allegiance to Greece I wonder what the long term outcome really is for a restless World looking for change. It’s time to escape from short term thinking, it’s time to escape from Zoomanity.