Many are of the opinion that the toxins of power have put a cloud upon the government.
To these observers the U.S. Government, which was framed to be a servant of the people, has become less recognizable than it once was in that role:
I'll take it all and keep right on moving -- one little ant doing his little bit among six billion other ants, because one day, you son's of bitches who talk peace and deliver war, who talk health and deliver illness, who talk good and do bad -- some day, mother f--ckers there will be peace on this planet -- real peace -- because time, real time, is on the side of evolution.(Huffington Post). This frustration is one of the results of the failure of western educational systems.
The promulgation of the belief that biological evolution had its apex in Social Darwinism is the root cause.
"Too big to fail" is another way of saying "survival of the biggest", which is a distortion of "survival of the fittest".
Biological evolution at most is a beginning of a process, but it is sold like a product as the end of a process.
The tenets of Ecocosmology point out that memetic evolution takes over where biological evolution ends, and defines the meaning of "fit to survive".
Those tenets also point out what really governs the governments.
The next post of this series is here.