Your kin is made up of different families, and they are important to you, but not as important as your family. Your tribe is made up of different kins, and it is important to you, but not as important as your kin. Your race is made up of different tribes, and it is important to you, but not as important as your tribe. Et cetera.
You should first and foremost work to ensure the survival of your family. When your family is safe, you can spend any time you have to spare to ensure the survival of the other families in your kin as well. If you have even more time to spare, you work to ensure the survival of the other kins in your tribe as well, et cetera. Mankind is of course your last priority in this context. You can in any case best ensure the survival of mankind by first ensuring the survival of your family, your kin, your tribe, your race and your species, in that order. Trying to ensure the survival of mankind before you ensure the survival of the smaller units is not only illogical and suicidal, but absurd. Even un-natural.
To fix our broken world we must start with our own families: the traditional family is the foundation of all human life. So we must first of all form traditional families. We must marry within our race, home-school our children whilst living a simpler life, and perhaps not finally, but at least next: return to our Pagan roots.
So I propose this as the solution, but know that it is not that simple. This is perhaps not the only things we need do in order to fix our broken world, but unless we do this first there will be no use for any other actions and then all we do will be in vain anyhow. There is no point in fixing the broken mast if there is a big hole in the hull and the ship is sinking. First mend the hull!
We can, fairly easily, do what I propose above, and if we do, no matter what happens in the world, our families, our kins, our tribes, our races, our species and thus also mankind will prevail, survive and thrive. The other individuals, those who chose not to do this, will probably not, but… why should we care? “To each his own.”
PS! Because another person is now claiming to be me on Facebook I can remind you all of the fact that I do not have a Facebook account. Anyone claiming to be me there is a fraud.