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Wake up call (2): either the way of to do opposition is changed, or one is destined to succumb

This entry is part 1 of 9 in the series ► I.c_Reboot of Democracy

Table of Contents of this Article The fundamentals of man’s ability to solve problemsThe mistake of dissident media and opposition movementsThe underlying problems● The need to restore the operating principles of the Society of ManThe fundamental factor for the good functioning of the Society: responsibility■ the need to act on […]

Beyond MAGA, towards a better Politics

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series ■ Towards a New Party

Conservatives must be honest with themselves if they want to get out of the post-Trump crisis: they must admit that their politics in recent years have been grossly wrong . Trump’s policy was wrong from the start because he was unaware: ● of the danger of the Left (he did […]

∙Politics (of the 20th century) is dead: it is necessary to restore real Democratic Politics

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series ► 0__Wake Up Call

■ THE CHARACTERISTICS OF SOCIALISM ■ THE FAILURE OF MODERN POLITICS: THE ROLE OF POLITICIANS IN THE 1900S ∙■ The need for a (radical) turning point in Conservative Politics: towards a “new Party” (the mistakes of the Conservatives ) ■ THE DIFFICULTY OF THE RECOVERY OF A TRUE DEMOCRACY: THE FAILURE OF CURRENT POLITICAL CULTURE ∙■ WHAT CAN we DO TO CHANGE THINGS? (and what cannot be done)

I.b.1 – Why it is necessary to change the policy of the Conservatives (the failure of their current policy)

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series ► I.b_Democracy reboot - Intros

Table of Contents of this Article ►WHERE IS THE PROBLEM OF CURRENT POLITICSThe basis of the failure of the policies of the Right and the LeftThe need for a radically new approach to problem solving (Disruptive Innovation)A parallel between Market and Government►WHAT ARE THE POSSIBILITIES FOR MAKING THINGS BETTER?The specific […]

I.a.3 – How is it possible to restore Democracy (the need to abandon the current “republican” policy)

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series ► I.a_New Politics manifesto

Table of Contents of this Article Premises to the definition of an effective change actionThe rules of change from an operational point of viewOperationally speaking: the need to abandon “opposition” activities and to activate bottom-up initiativesThe need to abandon the critical approach to the System (and start operating in a […]

a.4 – The restoration of real democratic Politics

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series ► I.a_New Politics manifesto

Table of Contents of this Article ∙The recovery of the only form of legitimate politics in DemocracyThe democratic way to the recovery of real Democracy: the levels of the New Politics● New Politics at the level of “Citizens’ Politics”● The New Politics at the level of the current PoliticsThe differences […]

a.1 – ∙Reboot of Democracy (synopsis): How and why to change the contrast strategies of the Establishment of Politics

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series ► I.a_New Politics manifesto

Table of Contents of this Article Where is it wrong?Examples of mistakes made by “dissidents”∙The meta-rules that govern the life of the human being● the Principle of the need to orient the ends of the human community towards purely human purposes● the Principle of responsibility∙The operational Principles of Democracy The […]

∙I.e.4 – How to define a new approach to dissident information

This entry is part 5 of 3 in the series ► I.e_Redefine information modalities

Today it is necessary, rather than demonstrating the objectivity of the information presented, use AN APPROACH CAPABLE OF SOLVING THIS PROBLEM OF THE CONDITION OF SUCCUBANCE OF THE MIND (people are currently as if in a state of shock; and it is certainly not possible to reason with a person in such a condition).
BOTTOM-UP INITIATIVES TO STRENGTHEN THE POSITION OF “DISSIDENTS” > It is necessary to operate on information itself, but ALSO TO CREATE NEW WEB TOOLS AND PLATFORMS THAT ALLOW TO NETURALISE THE MONOPOLY OF THE “CRONY WEB”.

∙I.e.2 – An elementary (reassuring) approach of “dissident information” – The need to make a qualitative leap in making information “dissident”

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series ► I.e_Redefine information modalities

Today, those who convey dissident information must recognize that they too – albeit unintentionally – contributes to maintaining the public in the impossibility condition of understanding substantially truthful information. A NEW APPROACH IS EMERGING FOR DISSIDENT INFORMATION.

I.e.1 – Dissident Information, what to do now: the need to redefine strategies

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series ► I.e_Redefine information modalities

Today, those who want to defend themselves from the abuses of the institutions continue to make the FATAL MISTAKE OF COMPETING WITH THE INSTITUTIONS ON THEIR OWN GROUND (on their own weapons). The underlying problem is that our problems are expected to be solved by others (Leader, experts). IT IS NECESSARY TO REBUILD FROM THE GROUND UP THE INFORMATION SYSTEM (and the school) that is the basis of our current beliefs.

d.3 – The need to develop a dimension of effective participation in the government of citizens (bottom-up governance modality)

This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series ► I.d_Reboot: operational considerations

Table of Contents of this Article ∙The opportunities for improving Democracy “by the People” offered by new technologiesTowards a new form of supra-local government (National and Federal)The need to reflect on the qualities of Government “by the Citizen”∙TOWARDS THE DEFINITION OF A NEW FORM OF GOVERNMENT THAT RECOVER THE FOUNDING […]

∙I.d.5 – Beyond top-down “Democracy”: crowdization of GOVERNANCE

This entry is part 5 of 6 in the series ► I.d_Reboot: operational considerations

Table of Contents of this Article The essential difference between real Democracy and Social DemocracyThe endemicity of the problems of Social Democracy – the incompetence of leaders and managersThe need to restore the direct participation of Citizens in the government process (Government “by the People” or Citizen’s Sovereignty)∙The users of […]

∙II.a.1 – What is Social-democracy: State sovereignty

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series ● II.a - What is Social-Democracy

Table of Contents of this Article ∙HOW CAN SOCIALISM BE DEFINED?About the essence of SocialismThe substantial differences between Democracy and SocialismSocialism and poverty■ In Social Democracy Institutions that are not elected by the people at all govern (they are therefore illegitimate)∙■ Fascism is a form of Socialism It highlights how […]