The problems for which there are no solutions play a far greater role in determining the fate of a nation, than the problems for which there are solutions. The intellectuals and politicians are not interested in dealing with the problems for which the solutions are readily available; they understand that political power comes from squandering their nation’s resources on problems for which there are no solutions. If such intractable problems do not exist, then they do their best to create imaginary ones. This is the root cause of all the pseudo-problems that most modern nations are facing.
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