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Akropolis im Sonnenuntergang, Athen, Griechenland
Wahrzeichen der Attischen Demokratie


 

Herdentiere entscheiden demokratisch – Alphatiere genießen sexuelle Präferenz.

Die DNS der Säugetiere ist auf Demokratie abgestimmt.

 

Die Biologen Timothy J. Roper und Larissa Conradt von der Universität Sussex in Cornwall, England, führten eine Studie über die Entscheidungsfindung in Tierherden durch.

 

Alphahirsche haben lediglich die Wahl hinsichtlich ihrer sexuellen Vorliebe.
Die Herde trifft eine demokratische Mehrheitsentscheidung (51%), wo sie jeweils grasen geht.
Das demokratische Bewusstsein ist im Gehirn der Geschöpfe eingebaut.
Sind Raubtiere in der Nähe, muss die Gruppenentscheidung überragend mehrheitlich ausfallen, ehe die Herde entsprechend handelt.

Erst wenn zwei Drittel (66%) der Herdetiere auf ein bestimmtes Wasserloch hinweisen, zieht die Herde dorthin.

Dieses Wahlmuster ist im gesamten biologischen Spektrum anzutreffen, von den Insekten bis zu den Orangutans. Alle Herdenmitglieder entscheiden mit anhand der von ihnen geäußerten Verhaltensanzeichen.

 

Quellen (engl.):
► Timothy J. Roper, britischer Biologe, Larissa Conradt, britische Biologin, Consensus decision making in animals, Dept. of Biology and Environmental Science, Universität von Sussex, Brighton, UK, präsentiert von The Human Condition, Vol. 20, 8. August 2005
► Larissa Conradt, britische Biologin, Christian List, Group decisions in humans and animals: a survey, Dept. of Biology and Environmental Science, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK, präsentiert von Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society, 27. März 2009
Sources:
► Timothy J. Roper, British biologist, Larissa Conradt, British biologist, Democracy in animals: the evolution of shared group decisions, presented by Proceedings of the Royal Society, 274(1623), pp. 2317-2326, published online 20. July 2007, 22. September 2007

Berufsverdrossenheit unter deutschen Soldaten

Die so genannte Strohmeier-Studie (Mitgliederbefragung) des Bundeswehrverbandes bezüglich der Berufszufriedenheit unter der Leitung des Politikwissenschaftlers Gerd Strohmeier an der Universität Passau von 10. Dezember 2006 bis 28. Februar 2007 erbrachte, dass viele deutsche Soldaten unzufrieden mit ihrem "Beruf" sind.

  • 43,6 Prozent der Berufssoldaten der Bundeswehr würden kein zweites Mal für diesen Berufsweg entscheiden.
  • 48,7 Prozent der Soldaten würden nicht mehr zur Bundeswehr gehen.
  • 73,66 Prozent der befragten Berufssoldaten würden ihren Kindern und Verwandten den Bundeswehrdienst nicht empfehlen.
  • 70,58 Prozent der Berufssoldaten bemängeln, dass Politiker den Sinn von Auslandseinsätzen nicht ausreichend "vermitteln".
  • 64,04 Prozent der Soldaten bemängeln, dass Politiker den Sinn von Auslandseinsätzen nicht ausreichend "vermitteln".
  • 9,8 Prozent der Befragten meinen, dass die bundesdeutsche Bevölkerung voll hinter den Auslandseinsätzen der Bundeswehr steht.

 

  • 18,3 Prozent der 12.335 Teilnehmer an Auslandseinsätzen halten die Häufigkeit von Einsätzen und die einsatzfreien Zeiten für angemessen.
  • 46,1 Prozent halten die Häufigkeit von Auslandseinsätzen für unangemessen.
  • 22,5 Prozent der Soldaten an Auslandseinsätzen halten die "persönliche Ausrüstung" von Auslandseinsätzen schlecht bis sehr schlecht.
  • 44,9 (45,2) Prozent fanden die Ausrüstung im Auslandseinsatz für mittelmäßig.
  • 26,5 Prozent fanden die Ausrüstung im Auslandseinsatz schlecht bis sehr schlecht.

 

Die einzige Frage zur realen Kriegssituation galt der Betreuung von Soldatinnen/Soldaten mit posttraumatischen Belastungsstörungen.

  • 38 Prozent halten die Betreuung für angemessen.
  • 20 Prozent halten sie nur teilweise für angemessen.
  • 21 Prozent halten sie für unangemessen.

 

Der verwendete Fragebogen enthält keine Fragen

  • zu Ängsten bei militärischen Auslandseinsätzen
  • zum Themenkreis Töten und Tötungshemmung
  • zur Legitimität und Legalität
  • über verfassungsrechtliche Bedenken der befragten Soldaten.

 

73,8 Prozent der Berufssoldaten finden ihren "Beruf" nicht empfehlenswert,
Strohmeier-Studie des Bundeswehrverbandes, NGO-online Internet-Zeitung für Deutschland, 26. April 2007

Zitate zum Thema Integrale Politik – Exopolitik / Integral politics – Exopolitics

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Persönliche Bekenntnisse

  • Ich fürchte mich nicht vor der Rückkehr der Faschisten in der Maske der Faschisten, sondern vor der Rückkehr der Faschisten in der Maske der Demokraten. Theodor W. Adorno (1903-1969) deutscher internationaler Sozialphilosoph, Soziologe, Musiktheoretiker, Komponist, Gesellschaftskritiker, Begründer und Hauptvertreter der Frankfurter Schule
  • Was unterscheidet den Kapitalismus vom Kommunismus?
    Im Kommunismus werden die Betriebe zuerst verstaatlicht und dann ruiniert.
    Im Kapitalismus werden sie erst ruiniert und dann verstaatlicht.
    Václav Klaus (*1941) tschechischer Politiker, Wirtschaftswissenschaftler, Präsident der Tschechischen Republik, seit 2003, zitiert in: Sächsische Zeitung, Dresden, S. 4, 18. Dezember 2008

General quotes

  • The spirit of democracy is not a mechanical thing to be adjusted by abolition of forms. It requires change of heart. Mohandas Karamchand Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948) Indian Hindu sage, spiritual activist leader, humanitarian, lawyer, nonviolent freedom fighter

 

  • We, the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution, but to overthrow men who pervert the Constitution. Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) assassinated 16th US President (1861-1865), abolisher of slavery

 

  • The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter. Winston Churchill (1874-1965) British prime minister of the United Kingdom during the 2nd World War (1940-1945) and (1951-1955)

 

  • Any man who is under 30, and is not a liberal, has not heart;
    and any man who is over 30, and is not a conservative, has no brains.
    Winston Churchill (1874-1965) British prime minister of the United Kingdom during the 2nd World War (1940-1945) and (1951-1955)

 

  • If you have an important point to make, don't try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver.
    1. Hit the point once.
    2. Then come back and hit it again.
    3. Then hit it a third time – a tremendous whack.
Winston Churchill (1874-1965) British prime minister of the United Kingdom during the 2nd World War (1940-1945) and (1951-1955)

 

 

  • The real political struggle is not between left and right, but between people power vs. money power. Right now the U.S. Congress shows every sign of having been bought by those Big Business Conservatives and so is this presidency. [G.W. Bush, 2002] The U.S. looks actually more like a plutocracy rather than a democracy. It is run by, for, and with big money. Interview with Paul H. Ray, Ph.D. paul-ray, US American professor of anthropology and sociology, University of Michigan, founding partner of Integral Partnerships, consultant of Cultural Creatives, How 50 Million People Are Changing U.S. Business, Society, and Politics, US magazine Paraview, Alexander M. Dake, 2002

 

  • I like to refer to Laszlo’s General Evolution Theory. Initially stable systems will experience increasingly stronger up-and-down fluctuations, until the whole system falls in a hole. Will the system then go into a dead spiral or will it rebound to a new higher level? Just like with personal crises, the old identity needs to be stripped away before moving to the next stage. In our [US] political system that means that the old-line politicians need to be thrown out of office and that many old institutions need to fall apart. I am not very optimistic that in the short run we will be able to handle the crises very well. Still, crises are part of the process of stripping away the elements of our dysfunctional modernist culture. In the long run, I am optimistic that humanity will find its way to the higher level of a wisdom culture. Interview with Paul H. Ray, Ph.D. paul-ray, US American professor of anthropology and sociology, University of Michigan, founding partner of Integral Partnerships, consultant of Cultural Creatives, How 50 Million People Are Changing U.S. Business, Society, and Politics, US magazine Paraview, Alexander M. Dake, 2002

 

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For his criticism of the "malefactors of great wealth" T. Roosevelt was deemed "insane".

Roosevelt mused on "the right kind of a civilization".

 

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Note of caution:

Burke immediately opposed the French Revolution, warning his countrymen against the dangerous abstractions of the French.

  • The restraints on men, as well as their liberties, are to be reckoned among their rights. But as the liberties and the restrictions vary with times and circumstances and admit to infinite modifications, they cannot be settled upon any abstract rule; and nothing is so foolish as to discuss them upon that principle. Edmund Burke (1729-1797) Irish British statesman, political theorist, philosopher, orator, author, Reflections on the Revolution in France, 1790

 

  • These are the times that try men's souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Thomas Paine ['US Founding Father'] (1737-1809) British US American Enlightenment philosopher, inventor, atheist intellectual, radical, revolutionary, pamphleteer, author, 19. December 1776

 

  • My country is the world. My countrymen are mankind. Thomas Paine ['US Founding Father'] (1737-1809) British US American Enlightenment philosopher, inventor, atheist intellectual, radical, revolutionary, pamphleteer, author, Common Sense, bestselling pamphlet, blueprint of modern democracy, 1776

 

  • The cause of America is in a great measure the cause of all mankind. […] We have it in our power to begin the world over again. Thomas Paine ['US Founding Father'] (1737-1809) British US American Enlightenment philosopher, inventor, atheist intellectual, radical, revolutionary, pamphleteer, author, Common Sense, bestselling pamphlet, blueprint of modern democracy, 1776

 

  • Democritus once said that he would rather discover a new cause of nature than be the King of Persia. Jostein Gaarder (*1952) Norwegian intellectual, author, Sophie's World, S. 39, published in English 1991, 1995

 

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Example of:

Dignitarian politics: Rankism defeated, exemplified by Don Imus' fall

  • A dignitarian society which actually sees to it that everyone experiences equal dignity is a different society than a democratic society. But it's within reach. And I think it is democracy's next natural evolutionary step to build a dignitarian society that goes beyond a democratic society and actually disallows rankism in all of society. Video presentation by Robert W. Fuller, Ph.D. dignityforall.org breakingranks.net (*1936) US American professor in physics, college president, dignity and rankism researcher, lecturer, author, Media Watch: Rankism, presented by Linkmedia, YouTube film, minute 3:39, 4:34 minutes duration, posted 17. April 2007

 

  • By the end of this decade, we want Chile to be the first country in South America to have eliminated poverty, to have closed the gap in income between rich and poor, and to be recognized as a developed – not a developing – economy. Sebastián Piñera (*1949) Chilean billionaire, enterpreneur, politician, current president of Chile since 2010, South American Diary, Chile: More Than Miners Are Being Rescued, presented by Huffington Post, Arianna Huffington (*1950) Greek-American conservative (until mid-1990s), liberal author (late 1990s), syndicated columnist, founder of the news website The Huffington Post, ex-wife of former Republican congressman Michael Huffington, 21. December 2010

 

  • We've got to move beyond the idea that the public and private sectors are at odds. Government has to lay the groundwork for private equity to productively invest in things like education. It's a partnership, not a battle. Sebastián Piñera (*1949) Chilean billionaire, enterpreneur, politician, current president of Chile since 2010, South American Diary, Chile: More Than Miners Are Being Rescued, presented by Huffington Post, Arianna Huffington (*1950) Greek-American conservative (until mid-1990s), liberal author (late 1990s), syndicated columnist, founder of the news website The Huffington Post, ex-wife of former Republican congressman Michael Huffington, 21. December 2010

 

 

  • The winning is the winning of the dignity of every single Egyptian. […]
    Egyptians have proven that the power of the people is much stronger than the people in power. Warl Ghonim, Egyptian US American Google executive, whose Facebook activities galvanized protest in Egypt's democratic revolution January-February 2011, Inside the Egyptian revolution, Cairo, presented by TED Talks 2011, minute 9:12, 09:51 minutes duration, recorded and posted March 2011

 

  • Our [Egyptian] revolution is like Wikipedia, okay? Everyone is contributing content, [but] you don't know the names of the people contributing the content. This is exactly what happened. Revolution 2.0 in Egypt was exactly the same. Everyone contributing small pieces, bits and pieces. We drew this whole picture of a revolution. And no one is the hero in that picture. TV interview Warl Ghonim, Egyptian US American Google executive, whose Facebook activities galvanized protest in Egypt's democratic revolution January-February 2011, presented by US TV program 60 Minutes

 

  • Revolutions do not cause change they confirm the change which has already happened. Don Beck, Ph.D., US American management consultant, complex systems strategist, co-author (Chris Cowan, US American consultant in business, speech communication, group dynamics and media, co-author) of Spiral Dynamics, 1996

 

  • The pathway from tribalism to democracy has to pass through autocracy. Clare W. Graves, Ph.D. (1914-1986) US American professor of psychology, originator of a theory of adult human development

 

  • No wonder corporations became legal persons in the 1800s with the right to make contracts while living breathing female human beings couldn't make contracts without their husband's written permission. Last year with a conservative Supreme Court [...] corporations became such legal paper people that they gained an unlimited right to fund independent political ads all under the right of First Amendment Free Speech. Well, if corporations are people, then some of them should be in prison. Though I oppose corporeal punishment for actual people I wouldn't mind putting a lot of them on Death Row. Vimeo video presentation by Gloria Steinem gloriasteinem.com (*1934) leading US American feminist of the new women's movement, visionary and political activist, journalist, writer, When Women Are People… and Corporations Are Not: Why the First Inequality Will Also Be the Last, presented by Bioneers Live, host Nina Simons, Bioneers Conference 2011, San Rafael, California, 14. October 2011, minute 24:20, 35:27 minutes duration, posted 10. November 2011

 

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Republicans flock to a party representing pride-culture.

  • We're not the party of the rich. We're the party of the people who want to get rich. Mitt Romney (*1947) US American businessman, presidential nominee of the Republican Party in the 2012 US election, 70th governor of Massachusetts (2003-2007), private fundraising event with rich donors, Jacksonville, Florida, July 2012

 

  • Corporations are people, my friend... of course they are. Mitt Romney (*1947) US American businessman, presidential nominee of the Republican Party in the 2012 US election, 70th governor of Massachusetts (2003-2007), Iowa State Fair, 11. August 2011

 

 

  • Extremism in defense of liberty is no vice.
    Tolerance in the face of tyranny is no virtue.
    Barry Goldwater (1909-1998) US American poltician, senator of Arizona, 1964

 

  • [Auf dem Grabstein steht:] Wenn die Diktatur eine Tatsache ist, ist die Revolution eine Pflicht. Peter Bieri [Pascal Mercier] (*1944) Schweizer Philosoph, Schriftsteller, Nachtzug nach Lissabon, S. 88, Carl Hanser Verlag, München, 2004

Quotes by David R. Hawkins

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

  • Regardless what branch of inquiry one starts from – philosophy, political theory, theology – all avenues of investigation eventually converge at a common meeting point: the quest for an organized understanding of the nature of pure consciousness. […] If we can understand even one simple thing in depth, we will have greatly expanded our capacity for comprehending the nature of the universe and life itself. David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D. (1927-2012) US American physician, psychiatrist, consciousness researcher, teacher of the path of enlightenment, author, Power vs. Force. The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, Foreword, S. 25, Veritas Publishing, 1st edition, 1995

 

  • Politics is based on rhetoric. [...] It [Politics] has got nothing to do with truth. [...] You don't get elected by telling the truth. You get elected by swaying the audience. That worked in ancient Rome, it works in Washington DC right now. [...] The basic rule of politics has been to persuade. Politics is based on the persuasiveness of the speaker, the persuasiveness of the message and the vulnerability of the audience. Audio interview with David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D. (1927-2012) US American physician, psychiatrist, consciousness researcher, teacher of the path of enlightenment, author, What IS Consciousness Anyway?, teleseminar 148, part 2 of 2 (Q&A), presented by Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS), Shiftinaction.com, host James O'Dea, minute 27:34+, 56:18 minutes duration, 11. June 2008

Two opposed American dreams – Charles Moore


Two opposed dreams: exemplified by America
Right-brained Equality dreamLeft-brained Empire[*] dream
Unified dream of AmericaMercantile dream of the United States
Introduced by
Jean Jacques Rousseau,
FF Thomas Jefferson, FF Benjamin Franklin,
Quakers[**], Iroquois Indians
FF, monarchist, and agent of European banks Alexander Hamilton
Hamilton prepared the way for the oligarchic elite monetizing debt in Wall Street:1
Greed is a virtue. Murder in pursuit of greed is not a crime. The end justifies the means.
FF and monarchist John Adams
Adams figured that the democratic republic will devolve into an aristocracy.
The architect of the US Constitution/Bill of Rights James Madison balanced the possible tyranny by monarchy or the masses.
Madison helped create a political system that favored neither liberals nor conservatives.2
Matriotism sings America the Beautiful.
(American matriotic song on freedom, equality, and brother-/sisterhood)
Patriotism sings The Star-Spangled Banner.
(National anthem of the United States)
Buddhism: Greed is vice.
Buddha said: "Greed is the mother and father of all vices."
Christianity: Sex is vice.
Christian religion considers sex as original sin.3
Sex that may introduce to ecstasy, is seen as the mother of all virtue.
Democracy (government by the people) is basically heterarchical.Christianity is hierarchical.
Hierarchy: God→Jesus→Pope→Cardinal→Bishop→priest→congregation
Allegiance is a bond between equals.Obedience is a bond between a master and a slave.
Democracy is based on allegiance.Christianity is based on obedience.
America is based on allegiance.United States i.e fear-centered empires/dictatorships
are based on obedience.
Matriotism is about allegiance.Patriotism is about obedience.
Stewarts consider people as their equals even when they don't see it that way.Dictators consider people as their underlings.
Inspired by source: ► Audio interview with Father Charles L. Moore (1927-2007) US American Roman Catholic priest, theologian, philosopher, scholar, historian, district attorney, spiritual teacher, spiritual teacher, Benefits of governance by the grand-mother council, presented by US American web radio station KKUP, program Vibrational Voyage, host Anthony J. McGettigan, ~52:00 minutes duration, recorded 10. December 2002, reposted 23. March 2010

 

See also presentations featuring Father Charles L. Moore (1927-2007) US American Roman Catholic priest, theologian, philosopher, scholar, historian, district attorney, spiritual teacher, spiritual teacher
► Audio presentation MP3, part 2 of 2, March 2003, presented by US American web radio station KKUP, program Vibrational Voyage, host Anthony J. McGettigan, ~50 minutes duration, posted March 1st, 2011
► Video statement Grandmother Councils, Womens Circles, Hiawatha, a New form of Government, YouTube film, 3:43 minutes duration, posted 24. April 2013
Both legendary Native American leaders Hiawatha and Great Peacemaker [Deganaweda] taught that the human race was one great family.

 

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Jesus, Pope, Cardinal, Bishop, priest, churchgoer

  • The Christian religion is not an ally in dreaming the true dream of this country (America) but rather supports that greed is a virtue. Christianity is totally opposed to democracy. Democracy means government by the people. It is basically anti-hierarchical. Christianity is hierarchical. Audio interview with Father Charles L. Moore (1927-2007) US American Roman Catholic priest, theologian, philosopher, scholar, historian, district attorney, spiritual teacher, spiritual teacher, Benefits of governance by the grand-mother council, presented by US American web radio station KKUP, radio Vibrational Voyage, host Anthony J. McGettigan, ~52:00 minutes duration, recorded 10. December 2002, reposted 23. March 2010

 

  • In a democracy obedience is not a big deal. Allegiance is the big deal. Allegiance is a bond between equals. Obedience is a bond between a master and a slave. Christianity is not about allegiance, it's about obedience. America is about allegiance, matriotism is about allegiance. United States (a fear-centered dictatorship) is about obedience. Patriotism is about obedience. Masters think of us as their equals even when we don't see it that way. Audio interview with Father Charles L. Moore (1927-2007) US American Roman Catholic priest, theologian, philosopher, scholar, historian, district attorney, modern mystic, spiritual teacher, Benefits of governance by the grand-mother council, presented by US American web radio station KKUP, program Vibrational Voyage, host Anthony J. McGettigan, ~52:00 minutes duration, recorded 10. December 2002, reposted 23. March 2010

 

  • The Pope hates democracy with an absolute passion. There has only one Pope in the history of the Catholic Church who liked democracy – and that was Pope John XXIII. All the other Popes have vigorously fought against every democratic movement in Europe. Why? Because democracy is contrary to the structure of the Roman Empire which is based on conformity and greed. Christianity was found to defend the emperor of Rome. It's all a subtle job of defending greed at the way to be. Audio presentation by Father Charles L. Moore (1927-2007) US American Roman Catholic priest, theologian, philosopher, scholar, historian, district attorney, modern mystic, spiritual teacher, MP3 audio, part 2 of 2, March 2003, presented by US American web radio station KKUP, program Vibrational Voyage, host Anthony J. McGettigan, ~50 minutes duration, posted March 1st, 2011

 

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Unanimous government decisions provided by grandmother councils

  • Women [daughters of the moons] are powerful […] because of the moons. The evidence is a direct track between the menstrua and right-brain function. […]
    The Goddess has three faces, three stages: maiden ☯ matron and ☯ crone. And the dividing lines are all about the menstrua. Maiden to puberty, matron to the end of menstruation, crone afterwards.
    The holiest women are the crones. Having a croning ceremony is very important to the safety of this world. A ceremony in which women are introduced to the power that has matured in them through a lifetime and asked to join together to make decisions for the nation.
    Get rid of all these men arguing, and majority rules, and tyranny of majority. Forget that. The only way true government can make a decision is unanimously. And unaniminity is the function of right brain joining at which postmenstrual women are particularly adept.
    The other thing about postpostmenstrual women is that they become androhermaphrogenous in which they balance the male and female functions in themselves, almost automatically. When the ladies get past the menstruation time it gets to be normative. And it is in that androhermaphrogenous state of right-brain activity that the truth of a good government forever rests. Governments are there to make decisions that effect the world. I believe that only a grandmother council should be trusted with that, only a grandmother council. Audio presentation by Father Charles L. Moore (1927-2007) US American Roman Catholic priest, theologian, philosopher, scholar, historian, district attorney, spiritual teacher, modern mystic, MP3, part 2 of 2, March 2003, presented by US American web radio station KKUP, program Vibrational Voyage, host Anthony J. McGettigan, ~50 minutes duration, posted March 1st, 2011

 

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Soulsickening schism within the Disunited States

  • The American pathology finds its roots in a myth-centered nationalism which entertains a claim that God intended his chosen people to have whatever they want […]. Here you find the roots of America's go-it-alone, treaty breaking, empire building, xenophobic us-against-them psychology.
    The non-mythological (actually less mythological is more accurate) more rational rule-of-law, cooperate-with-one's-allies America is locked in a struggle with its evil twin and seems to lack some of the energetic enthusiasm of the latter. John Mohawk (1945-2006) North American Native Seneca tribe historian, social activist, journalist, specialist on economic development and cultural survival of indigenous peoples, lecturer, writer

 

 

  • In the US, there is basically one party – the business party. It has two factions, called Democrats and Republicans, which are somewhat different but carry out variations on the same policies. As is most of the population. Noam Chomsky (*1928) US American professor emeritus of linguistics, philosopher, cognitive scientist, social activist

 

[*]"That's not the way the world really works anymore [enlightenment principles and empiricism]. We're an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you're studying that reality – judiciously, as you will – we'll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that's how things will sort out. We're history's actors [...] and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do." Karl Rove (*1950) US American Republican political consultant and policy advisor, senior advisor and deputy chief of staff during the George W. Bush administration (2000-2007), Faith, Certainty and the Presidency of George W. Bush, presented by The New York Times Magazine, Ron Suskind, 17. October 2004
[**]See also the social impact of the Quakers:
Eight laws of social change
Transmissions of the nonviolence meme
 See also:
Peter Gold, US American professor of anthropology, California Institute of Integral Studies, research associate at the Laboratory of Anthropology, Museum of New Mexico, director of the Ancient Ways Project, tibetologist, practitioner of Tibet's Buddhist philosophy and musical traditions, author of four books on Tibetan culture, Two-Hearted Nation, presented by Humane Being blog, 14. February 2007
Correlating the right hemisphere with the left hemisphere– Iain McGilchrist
Shifting paradigms – From domination to partnership – Evelin Lindner
Original sin (indebtedness) – Joseph P. Farrell
Macrovision of the great reconciliation –  Peter Gold
The choice between two paths –  Maiden vs. prostitute

Quotes by Marianne Williamson

God didn't give us the spirit of fear, but the spirit of power, love and sound mind. 2 Timothy 1, 7 (NT)

 

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American politics:

In view of the prospective US presidents Obama or Romney

 

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New political narrative

Love as the bottom line

 

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Child poverty and incarceration

  • America has a lot of dirty little secrets.
    ► Our child poverty rate, at 23.1 percent, is second highest among 35 developed nations of the world (second only to Romania).
    ► Our incarceration rate is higher than any nation in the world – we're 5% of the world's population, yet we incarcerate 25% of the world's prisoners.4
    Citizens United,
    ► the National Defense Authorization Act [...]
Interview with Marianne Williamson marianne.com (*1952) US American spiritual teacher, political activist, visionary, lecturer, author, Consciousness and Politics, presented by Huffington Post, Marianne Schnall, 9. November 2012

 

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Social justice represented and advanced by a few

  • Social justice [and any true impulse in society] is never advanced initially by the majority. It is advanced by a few people, usually considered outrageous radicals by the status quo of their time, who simply have a better idea, a more sustainable idea. And that is how evolution works even anthropologically. When a system, when a species, is moving in a direction that is not sustainable for its own survival a mutation occurs. The mutation never represents the majority, it represents a few members of the group whose behavior is more adapted to the survival of the species. And then things go that way. And there is social evolution as well. And that is how world civilization moves forward. Video presentation by Marianne Williamson marianne.com (*1952) US American spiritual teacher, political activist, visionary, lecturer, author, Politics from the Inside Out: New Consciousness. New Politics, sponsored by All Saints Church, pastor and host Ed Bacon, Pasadena, California, Sunday, 14. October 2012, YouTube film, minute 15:17, 44:05 minutes duration, posted 15. October 2012

 

  • [T]he social history, of the American social justice movements […]
    ► abolition came from the Abolitionist Party,
    ► women’s suffrage came from the Suffragette Party,
    ► Social Security came from the Socialist Party.
In fact, George Washington, in his Farewell Address, warned us against political parties. Video presentation by Marianne Williamson marianne.com (*1952) US American spiritual teacher, political activist, visionary, lecturer, author, Bestselling author Marianne Williamson: Jewish, pro-Israel, and open to 9/11 truth, Kevin Barrett, 29. August 2012

 

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Abraham Lincoln's vision:

Government representing we the people by the people for the people

  • If we are going to change the social agreement of the United States of America from "the government of the people by the people and for the people"5 to 'the government of a few of the people by a few of the people and for a few of the people' we need to have a debate about that. Video presentation by Marianne Williamson marianne.com (*1952) US American spiritual teacher, political activist, visionary, lecturer, author, Politics from the Inside Out: New Consciousness. New Politics, sponsored by All Saints Church, pastor and host Ed Bacon, Pasadena, California, Sunday, 14. October 2012, YouTube film, minute 19:30, 44:05 minutes duration, posted 15. October 2012

 

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Voicing: Love for people over money and economics

  • We as citizens need to be standing for a loving politics as we seek to create a survivable and sustainable world for our children and grandchildren. […] We must stand for a different world view. […] Economics should not be our bottom line. Love should not be our bottom line. And it's time for those of us who believe that to say it. [...] Our problem is that those of us who love are speaking too softly. Video presentation by Marianne Williamson marianne.com (*1952) US American spiritual teacher, political activist, visionary, lecturer, author, Politics from the Inside Out: New Consciousness. New Politics, sponsored by All Saints Church, pastor and host Ed Bacon, Pasadena, California, Sunday, 14. October 2012, YouTube film, minute 21:05, 44:05 minutes duration, posted 15. October 2012

 

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Creating a new humanist political paradigm

  • [It] isn't about ignoring politics; it's about creating a new political conversation, one where conscience takes precedence over profit and humanitarian values trump economic ones. I know a lot of people think that's extremely naïve, but what I think is naïve is thinking we can continue to treat our fellow human beings and the planet on which we live in such a violent way as we do now, and expect the species to survive for another hundred years. Interview with Marianne Williamson marianne.com (*1952) US American spiritual teacher, political activist, visionary, lecturer, author, Consciousness and Politics, presented by Huffington Post, Marianne Schnall, 9. November 2012
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People and children over money and economy

  • We need to replace economic values as our ordering principle, with humanitarian values as our ordering principle. What we're doing now is unsustainable, and certainly undemocratic. If you have, as we have in the United States today, a situation where financial leverage determines political leverage, then only those with money get to wield political power. That automatically pushes aside the needs of children, because children have no financial leverage. That's why the women of the world must be their voice. Interview with Marianne Williamson marianne.com (*1952) US American spiritual teacher, political activist, visionary, lecturer, author, Consciousness and Politics, presented by Huffington Post, Marianne Schnall, 9. November 2012

 

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Women initiating a politics of consience

  • We [women] are 51% of the population of America. We are not a special interest group. […] The trajectory for American women is from success to significance. […] We need more than the audacity of hope. We need the audacity to wield power. I think that's the next step. Video presentation by Marianne Williamson marianne.com (*1952) US American spiritual teacher, political activist, visionary, lecturer, author, Politics from the Inside Out: New Consciousness. New Politics, sponsored by All Saints Church, pastor and host Ed Bacon, Pasadena, California, Sunday, 14. October 2012, YouTube film, minute 26:59, 44:05 minutes duration, posted 15. October 2012

 

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Women in politics:

Claiming the audacity of hope, activism and wielding power

  • When it comes to politics, we [women] have an internal glass ceiling. We stand as good a chance as a man to win a political race, but women don't want to run at the same rate as men do. [...] [W]e [highly educated women] want passionately to lobby and persuade those in power, but for whatever reason, we're not so comfortable with the idea of becoming those in power. And at a certain point, it's not enough to have the audacity of hope, or even the audacity of activism. We need the audacity to wield power. […]
    We need a sustained movement in the direction of a fundamental awakening of the heart – in politics as well as in everything else. […]
    Women's voices should be front and center in protecting both our young and our habitat. That's the way it is in any species that survives. Interview with Marianne Williamson marianne.com (*1952) US American spiritual teacher, political activist, visionary, lecturer, author, Consciousness and Politics, presented by Huffington Post, Marianne Schnall, 9. November 2012
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Return of the sacred feminine (Goddess)

  • [T]he rising feminine doesn't mean much unless she's rising up through actual people. The goddess is asking for more than crystals and cut velvet scarves. She's asking for some fierceness and courage, too. Interview with Marianne Williamson marianne.com (*1952) US American spiritual teacher, political activist, visionary, lecturer, author, Consciousness and Politics, presented by Huffington Post, Marianne Schnall, 9. November 2012

 

  • Gandhi said that politics should be sacred. He wasn't saying it should be religious, but that we should engage it with the fullness of our humanity. Martin Luther King said that ... the ultimate goal was the establishment of the beloved community. Look at these two men, both of whom were undeniably the brightest political lights of the 20th century, and you see that they spoke in a context much more philosophical than what we now define as politics. […] And they were not called fuzzy or lightweight thinkers, or New Age nutcases. None of us should apologize for saying, just as Gandhi did, that humanity is not in its right mind. Interview with Marianne Williamson marianne.com (*1952) US American spiritual teacher, political activist, visionary, lecturer, author, Consciousness and Politics, presented by Huffington Post, Marianne Schnall, 9. November 2012

 

See also:Marianne Williamson Breeds a New Generation of Sister Giants, presented by ForbesWoman, 6. November 2012

 

Links zum Thema Integrale Politik – Exopolitik / Integral politics – Exopolitics

Literatur

Literature (engl.)

The United States and Torture: Interrogation, Incarceration, and Abuse; Rules of Disengagement: The Politics and Honor of Military Dissent; Cameras in the Courtroom: Television and the Pursuit of Justice

Political orientations (left-right voting) arise from three clusters of measurable personality traits i.e. opposing attitudes toward (1) tribalism: ethnocentricity vs. ethnophilia, (2) human nature: competitiveness vs. cooperation, (fundamentalist) religiosity vs. secularism, (3) tolerance of inequality: rankism, sexism, racism, classism.

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"Die vier Herrschertypen und die Nachteile des Herrschafts-Prinzips"
1. Der Weise Alte – Macht aus natürlicher Ordnung von Stämmen (stabile Macht)
2. Der Rebell – Macht aus der Revolution (zweckgebundene Macht)
3. Der Diktator – Macht aus Gewaltmonopol heraus (willkürliche Macht)
4. Der Demokrat – Macht durch Wahl (fragmentierte Macht)
Alle vier erzeugen Gemeinschaften, die auf den fünf Phasen der Dissoziation beruhen:
Spaltung → Abhängigkeit → Wertung → Distanz → Gleichschaltung.
Abhilfe schafft der vom Autor erläuterte Moderationsstaat.

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Audio- und Videolinks

  • Videointerview mit Prof. Dr. Peter Kruse (*1955) deutscher Psychologe, Netzwerkforscher zur Komplexitätsverarbeitung in intelligenten Netzwerken und kohärenter Musterbildung, Geschäftsführer von Nextpractice, Unternehmensberater, Honorarprofessor für Allgemeine und Organisationspsychologie, Universität Bremen, 15 Wertediskurs in Politik und Wirtschaft, YouTube Film, 5:30 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt 25. März 2008
  • Videointerview mit Prof. Dr. Peter Kruse (*1955) deutscher Psychologe, Netzwerkforscher zur Komplexitätsverarbeitung in intelligenten Netzwerken und kohärenter Musterbildung, Geschäftsführer von Nextpractice, Unternehmensberater, Honorarprofessor für Allgemeine und Organisationspsychologie, Universität Bremen, ''Aktivierung kollektiver Intelligenz / Kommunikation', Enquete Netzpolitik, 5. Juli 2010, YouTube Film, 9:29 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt 15. Juli 2010

Dynamik der Medien und des Internets und ihre Auswirkungen auf Gesellschaften

Audio and video links (engl.)

Evolutionary shift in human consciousness and the Four Ds: Disclosure, Decade of Contact, Disarmament and Diplomacy  

Uncovering the entury-old dominance of religion and governments applying control-by-fear tactics

Marrs is the author of Rule By Secrecy. The Hidden History that Connects the Trilateral Commision, the Freemasons and the Great Pyramids, Harper Collins, 2000, The Terror Conspiracy. Deception, 9/11 and the Loss of Liberty, The Disinformation Company, 2006, The Rise of the Fourth Reich. The Secret Societies That Threaten to Take Over America, William Morrow, 2008. He exposed a likely conspirative complicity of the Bush administration in the 9/11 attacks.

 

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1 “We are a republican government. Real liberty is never found in the despotism or the extremes of democracy.” Alexander Hamilton [US 'Founding Father'] (1755-1804) US American, soldier, economist, political philosopher, constitutional lawyer, first United States secretary of the treasury

2 Video TV presentation by Catherine Crier (*1954) US American Emmy, du-Pont-Columbia, and Gracie Allen Award-winning journalist, CNN newscast co-anchor, youngest state judge to ever be elected in Texas, author, "Patriot Acts", presented by BookTV, US American cable television network C-SPAN, recorded in Women's National Republican Club, New York City, 9. November 2011, YouTube film, 10:05 minutes duration, posted 19. December 2011

3 Quotes by Joseph P. Farrell – Original sin (indebtedness)

4 Incarceration is not an equal opportunity punishment, presented by prisonpolicy.org, Peter Wagner, updated 28. August 2012

5 Reference to: The nation shall have a new birth of freedom, and the government of the people by the people for the people shall not perish from the earth. Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) assassinated 16th US President (1861-1865), Gettysburg Address, 19. November 1863

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