I can kind of see where YOU are coming from, and I've always said that people who have an outlook on life like yours need to be given a seat at the table a little closer to the microphone, because if left alone you are how the Timothy McVeighs of the world are molded.>I'm against where you direct your actions and what people must prioritise
Okay, I for one fucking hate the sun. I always have. I hate hate hate FUCKING hate the sun. I try to avoid it every chance I get. I do most of my work at night and meet clients in places where I can't see the sun. It's just a little quirk I've always had. BUT, I can't destroy the sun. I NEED the sun in order to live. I can do A LOT in order to live my life with as little sunlight as possible, but it's just completely out of my hands—the sun is here to stay. That's a sloppy shit example compared to what you're talking about, but there is a parallel. You seem to not want to feed into "the system" as much as possible and yet change it some way. Well, there's really obvious ways to not only limit what you feed the system, but you can take from it too. You claim you want to change it as well but don't know how. Well, there really is no secret formula here. You have to work with the elements (tools) that you have to make SOME kind of change towards the direction you want.
I strongly suggest doing something a little different than what I always hear so many people advising others to do. I think you should set really big goals and then see what it would take for YOU to obtain them. Literally make a list of steps, and start working on those steps. If the steps seem to big, then break the steps into steps and then do that. Discipline yourself so if you say you're going to wake up at 5AM and go for a 30 minute jog, then that's exactly what you're going to do; in your pajamas half asleep while everyone laughs at you if need be. That's what works for me brother, hopefully it helps, maybe you can improve it, best wishes.