The first list of questions is provided in philosophical terms:
What is the mechanicalism of human life?
To what extent human being is a machine?
How is human being different from machine?
What is transformation of human into a machine, what does it look like and how to avoid it?
What is the role of conflict between the mechanical and human in life?
In a practical sense, posing the questions in a common way looks better:
Why is everyone around an idiot?
Have idiots been here all the time or have they come from somewhere?
How do these idiots find a way to success?
How have these idiots found a way to power, and how are they able to keep it?
Where have the idiots gotten their money from, especially the money they give up to fraudsters?
How hasn’t this world of exulted idiocy crashed yet, and when will this happen anyway?
Why don’t people understand evident things?
How can mass idiocy go along with and incredible technical progress, are they two sides of the same coin, the same phenomenon?
How could this bunch of idiots create such a complex civilization?
The modern world continuously raises these questions, and continues to answer them, but, somehow, it’s far from understanding them.
And, of course, the main issue of this text: what in this world, in the civilization is hidden and important, what is wrongly understood, and what brings humanitarian and social projects to failure.