Crisis is one of those terms that has been so misused that we don’t even wink at it today. There are actually more humans unplugged from the matrix than the obsession over SUVs will tell. The psychology used to woo consumers is well worth the billions invested in it, as well the return on the investment into fear.
The return on Y2K was enough to put someone into retirement immediately. The idea that the world would end in 2012 earned a moviemaker enough to retire- all because of the fear and idea of the word crisis.
A legitimate crisis is the subtle diminishing of the importance of literacy in America.
A legitimate crisis is the use of the first amendment to post barbaric fights, which someone gets rich off of.
A legitimate crisis is the growing disrespect for those called to prevent chaos in America.
A legitimate crisis is being so overwhelmed with the present state that the eternal appears to be far away as if viewing it through a rear view mirror.