Empires come and go. Goliaths are slain. Or more often they kill themselves through their own inherent unsustainability. But they are always replaced with other empires and other Goliaths. The people are always trodden under the feet of the powerful. It has ever been thus. All that we need to do is resist evil by living virtuously. We can do this with every dollar we spend. We need to starve Goliath by spending our money, whenever possible, in a way that weakens the giant and does not nourish him. We need to know that every dollar is a vote and that we are casting these votes every day. We need to know that spending money is a moral act which makes the world a better or a worse place. In this way, we can be making the world a better place with every penny we spend. In this way, we can be helping to fight Goliath every day of our lives and loving our neighbours by doing so.On the dot. Money does influence some parts of Goliath. The corporations who were supporting riots found quickly that their customers didn't like riots. They stopped supporting riots. So far I haven't seen any monetary feedback from supporting the "virus" holocaust, but that doesn't mean it can't happen. I'd add, based on experience with psychopaths, that we also have a duty to avoid exciting the demon. Try to keep him bored and uninterested. He will still kill us all, but he won't do it quite as fast or dramatically.
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