In the last 50 years of independence, the biggest challenge, is the production of the weird role models, which the youths in general, and we people in academia, are condemned to look at, admire, work with, and collaborate with. Such weird role models are decisively anti people. Such are: civil servants who do not serve civil society but serve their own needs first; politicians who speak, but say nothing; voters who vote but do not elect; a media which misinforms; schools where they teach how to ignore; members of the judiciary who sentence victims and take bribes; a military that is always at war with the citizens it is meant to protect; a police force that cannot fight crime because it is busy committing crime; money which happens to be freer than people, and people who serve things. religious people who instead of preaching God for heaven, preach God for their appetites; doctors who instead of saving life, destroy it; engineers who construct collapsing buildings and pothole-friendly roads; business people who sell junk instead of goods, and; ethicists without ethics. These role models respond to the unquenchable desire to accumulate and consume.