“Book of the Month” April 2021

“A future for everyone or profits for a few”

Ernst Robert Langlotz

A future for everyone or profits for a few – Thought-provoking insights into the way the human world works

Ernst Robert Langlotz challenges the readers of “A future for everyone or profits for a few” to see the global crisis as the key to a system change.

Human beings have the inherent ability to live their lives in a self-determined and species-appropriate way, meaning oriented towards the conservation of the environment and its resources. When one looks at the current state of the world and the people who live in it, it becomes obvious that a part of humanity does not use this ability nor does it want other humans to use it. It has deliberately been suppressed for thousands of years by the elites that are in power: previously an alliance between throne and altar, and currently between corporations and politicians. Power, money and prestige are the only things that count for them, and this elite has always understood how to make other people dependent and how to get them to “serve with joy and obedience”. Thus, authoritarian social structures emerged, and consequently people are treated like pets – or worse, as slavery, serfdom and wage-dependency show today.

According to “A future for everyone or profits for a few” by Ernst Robert Langlotz, this development is currently reaching its limits. The global crisis has made it clear that those who would like to retain Earth’s resources for future generations do not have the power to do so because they have relinquished this power to the elites. And the elites are not interested. The aspects of these authoritarian structures and the ramifications thereof on the consciousness of the dependents are examined critically in this book. Strategies to achieve a required change of awareness, changing from heteronomy to self-determination, are introduced to the readers and make them think about how they could change their own behavior towards a better future.


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