It appears to be human nature to blame somebody or something else for our transgressions. It is rare when somebody steps up to the plate and admits that they made a bad decision and then accept the blame for what happened as a result of that choice. More likely than not, individuals will refuse to accept any fault for what they have done.
And these people who do not have the intestinal fortitude to admit their guilt or fault will lie, cheat, steal, or do whatever it takes to ensure that somebody or something else is blamed for their mistakes. We all make mistakes, but only those with moral courage will admit that mistakes were made and then accept consequences for those poor choices.
I used to wonder why younger generations were so stubborn in refusing to accept guilt, while the WWII and Korean generations were just the opposite. The older generations would not only admit they made mistakes, but would work hard to ensure that it did not happen again. If you watch these younger generations, they will rarely admit that they made a mistake. I believe it is because they make so many mistakes that they cannot afford to admit to the truckload of errors they have made. As I said, the older generations made mistakes too, but there were fewer of them and they learned from their mistakes so they were less likely to make them again. The younger generations make mistakes, do not admit them, and then continue to make mistakes, never learning from these errors.
As an example, I have noticed that younger generations working in businesses make mistakes on a daily basis, but for the most part, these errors go unnoticed. Modern society is much more accepting of mistakes. The supervisors are also younger, and they don’t want to admit they are managing somebody who is making mistakes. So if there are no consequences, then there is no reason for these younger generations to stop making these mistakes. But if you confront them about the error, they will never ever admit that a mistake was made. They will lie, rather than face the truth.
Thus, individuals in the modern world blame somebody else, their background, society, or any number of things that might have influenced them, but never themselves. A drug user should not be blamed for being addicted to drugs. Blame it on his dysfunctional family or blame it on his disease. It is not his fault. He cannot help it because he is addicted. However, I wonder who made the decision to start taking drugs? Isn’t that the same person who doesn’t want to accept the blame?
So, what is the big deal? Why should we even care? Well, it’s a simple matter of our world being overrun by individuals who can do anything they want without any blame. Is this the type of world you want to live in? Well, it is what the world will be like by 2030. By that time, there will be nothing left of morality, decency, and even civilization. There will be no order or consequences, so everybody can do anything they want to anybody they want. It will be a free-for-all with those with the least moral values surviving in a dog-eat-dog world. A totalitarian government will step in to take over at this point. Freedom will be dead!