Our technology advanced so much. Earlier today my father was delighting himself while he watched a series of videos he loves from YouTube. There was a time when he wouldn't be friends with any touchscreen device. While I was in Russia, I used to love using the many apps available connected to transport and delivery services. It was possible for me to order two pizzas to be delivered at my place for a price as cheap as U$1, just because throughout the week prior to that I had taken taxi rides every day and accumulated bonuses.
There was a time when the idea of having a computer looked so distant that I remember an occasion in my childhood when I sat on the floor with an armless chair turned towards me, which I pretended to be a computer as I tipped its seat. That's how simple things were.
Nowadays, when I switch on some news reports on my laptop, I read stories of people from different parts of the world who have been wiped out of existence by some highly developed missiles. With the aid of a technology that my child-self could barely imagine possible, leaders draw strategies that guarantee their interests to reign over people's essential rights. We have reached a point of civilisation where one's lust for power is more unbelievable than the machinery of the Webber telescope. How did we get here?
1st one from 2020 Victory's Parade in Moscow
2nd, 3rd and 4th ones from National War Museum in Kiev