I spend a lot of time thinking about the state of affairs our society finds our self in, I am talking about real things beyond social dynamics. This is a VERY long thing, and ultimately all of it basically ties back into it self. I will go into all these at depth, but I present a short list for your consideration.
Our population is currently at an unsustainable level. That is a fact. We are ONLY at this level because of additional energy inputs in the form of fossil fuels. Unless we rapidly discover how fusion actually works, or some other energy form within 100 years there will be a vast culling, on this facet alone. A lot of people dont realize oil is a major component of fertilizer, no more oil, no more food surplus.
Fiat means has value because someone says it does. In America we got off the gold standard in 1971, this had vast implications for future fiance, of which we are now living. The federal reserve considers to flood the market with more ‘money’ which cheapens the already valueless paper. The actual value of metals we have is far, far fewer than the value of all the paper money we have in existence. This applies to the whole world.
I find it utterly reprehensible that we pee into water. I believe future generations will hate how wasteful we are. This is a crime of how completely near the edge we are of water being GONE. NO MORE. Vast thirst, water wars etc. If you think this is over acting, think again. There is very little non-salt water on the earth. Surface water has been poisoned and polluted so bad that vast swaths of major rivers like the Mississippi are lifeless. Places like las vegas, and nearly all western states only exist because of aquifer removal. These aquifers have estimated 50 years of less of water in them. China is desperate for water as well, likely to become a issue in the future.
Regardless of how much you ‘think’ is left, a lot of non-paid-by-oil-companies geologists give a max of a generous 100 years left, likely far less. The world is addicted to oil. Cars are everywhere, oil plants for power, oil for plastics, etc. Are we going to stop driving to use the last of oil for plastics? Likely it would be a better use, but driving is ‘American’ so bye bye plastics. As mentioned oil is used in fertilizers, meaning this is tied back to population so as oil dries up the population feed by artificially high food production will follow as well.
This will likely continue and worsen, here is a good article from the bureau BUREAU OF JUSTICE STATICS (though I am sure feminists would claim their are misogynist or something) http://bjs.gov/content/pub/pdf/htus8008.pdf
It is long, but has some good stuff. Notably on page 9 about sex violence, men are likely the victim 75% of the time. Men kill men at 3 to 1 rates that men kill women. Now here is where a imbalance also rears it head, women ALSO kill men at a 3 to 1 rate at which they kill fellow women.
(Unrelated to males, but go down to graph 17 or 18 and it shows whites commit crimes at 1/5 the rate blacks do, so much for all the evil white men we constantly hear about)
Anyway, here are a few problems we face. Good luck out there.