orthodoxymoron wrote: I keep getting the sinking-feeling that the original-plan for this solar system was a Benevolent Technocratic-Theocratic Representative-Republic with a Royal-Model Modus Operandi
Maybe it was Oxy but apparently we lost track of our successful actions .It's a bit like a promising marriage going down the drain in the long run.
We have to know what works so we can correct what doesn't. But most of the time we are so focused on what doesn't work that we only make things worse by blindly looking for new solutions to the problems that arise on and on .
Bhutan had a level of criminality equal to zero before they opened up to the internet and television. That's should tell them there is something to learn from before it gets worse.
Individually and collectively we seem to be weak on using the auto correct button.
I believe there are natural laws that allow for prosperity and expansion individually and collectively. When these are violated we shrink.
It is important to be aware of all the outpoints but it is vital to rehabilitate all the pluspoints as well for it is these ones that teach us about our power to create aliveness, balance, harmony, prosperity for ourselves and for all.
For example at the end of the 10th century the Song dynasty introduced important reforms in China : property rights, free trade , low taxation
which led to a spectacular expansion in agriculture, manufactures and commerce. Great inventions like printing date back to that time period.
In the 13th century China was 5 centuries ahead of Europe and yet from that point on it began to stagnate until 1978 !
What happened ? The official version is that China got invaded by hordes of Mongols.
In reality when the next dynasty got into power in the 14th century , the Ming dynasty, it stopped applying the sucessful strategies the Song had implemented.
So they as well as their sucessors , the Qing, replaced free trade and property rights by a central bureaucratic state in which the Empereur had
unlimited rights. Centralisation and ruling of society suffocated economic freedom and led to stagnation.
Exactly the same happened to the Roman Empire
The truth about the fall of Rome: modern parallels
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