Editorial 60: Less Matrix and more primary sector
The answer is obvious at first assessment but confused in the second instance. So we can all agree that if a situation goes bad or tends to be worse, the solution is to reform the system. So far it is obvious the first assessment.
The difficulty and complication begins in the second instance: what reforms the economy needs? And here occurs a great confusion. For some people reform is to regulate more, for others reform is to manipulate public finances, create projects for other entertainment industry and finally others will consider that we must fight against monopolies, so in the middle of this confusion, everywhere, there are cases of misuse of public money, ending with a minimum number of resignations and almost no convictions, and the growth of political populism.
Consequence of all these is a vicious cycle, with reduced consumption and disappearance of circulating money for productive projects, which just ends up to be refuge in speculative operations and a “club” of public officials only “concerned” about the photo for the image of their newspaper and the messages that “burn” social networks. While sadly, the producing companies close one after another or relocate the society in general disengages from the real economy.
From Veterinaria Digital we consider that the necessary reforms should begin with the primary sector, favoring a technical and a quality production in agriculture, livestock and poultry production, avoiding the criminalization of the producer and promoting a model of life less urbanite and consumer that is too into social networks, postmodern culture and the world of “matrix.