Donna ‘Black-Cat’ Bugat: A fascinating global debate over identity raises important questions over how to peacefully reconcile ordinary lives of majority of people, with absence of any borders, or barriers of any kind for wealthy people ? (17.07.2019)
I am a Catalan Italian British Australian indigenous Mediterranean (rather than ‘exclusively’ European ‘or’ Arab) woman with Jewish ancestry.
... the british crown court did quite bizarrely declare on 8 march 2007, parliament square in central london was my "home", which is obviously not what i personally ever thought...
However, I am a late starter in terms of having any, let alone sufficient knowledge, to properly assess multiple considerations relating to my own personal choice of identity, because my true identity was taken away and hidden from me, by governments.
The subject of identity is fascinating in numerous respects in the bigger picture, because the many questions relating to identity raise such important fundamental issues over how to peacefully reconcile the ordinary lives of the majority of people, with the absence of any borders, or barriers of any kind for wealthy people.
The way individual people identify themselves can be quite different even among family members in what are naturally increasingly multinational families, and how governments categorise people.
The reality these days is millions and millions of people, and indeed the majority of people are what is ‘officially’ called ‘mixed’ race.
The question of identity also arguably becomes increasingly urgent to address as the world moves closer to greater individual autonomy with an array of viable options in clean renewable energy.
... (i do miss) the girls... daisy the dairy cow & co...
The fact clean renewable energy, along with water security, can also help to make everyone healthy and wealthy, including by reducing energy costs for individuals means that in the future it is possible for there to be all sorts of administrative governance on offer for people to choose from.
People would be able to choose where they live based on so many factors, including race and religion.
The one thing cave dwellers like myself notice when venturing from the wilderness into big cities is so many people appear to be physically attached to their mobile phones that perform so many functions.
The mobile phone is on many levels, connecting the human mind to artificial intelligence, while collecting and exchanging so much information, that is similar in some respects to the tags Daisy the Dairy Cow & Co have these days.
... however... the exchange of so much information in a modern city is absolutely fascinating too...
There is a place for collecting unidentifiable quantitative and qualitative data to help identify and assess how to co-ordinate and balance the best opportunities while building sustainable capacity in and for new eco villages and cities.