Last post of the year
The last blog of the year is always a time for reckoning and looks at the future. Er, let’s just say the reckoning is coming, and I have no idea what the end result will be in 2019. I would like to have a solution for the following: Brexit, the current occupant of the White House and his collaborators, the lack of transparency in the live dairy prices and some contracts in Europe, most of the politicians’ thinking on all manner of things in France, Hungary, Germany, China, the Kurdish, Rohingya and Palestinian questions, global warming, plastic islands in the Pacific…
But alas I do not have any good ideas. I am happy people are working on it. Or maybe they are not. I was driving to work today and thinking it’s not as bad as it could be. So many years ago, Berlin was physically divided by a wall. There was a time when Northern Irish real estate seemed like the most foolish investment ever. About 75 years ago, the globe was in the middle of a very horrific world war, the second in 25 years.
So yes, things get very bad, and then they recover. It’s not a fun process but it seems to be the way of us humans. I, for one, hope the global warming issue and waste reduction is top of the pile, actually. Again, we shall see. In the meantime, I hope everyone has a very dairy-ful holiday season. And that 2019 is good to us all.