Hawkins / Politik
Europäisches Parlament, Straßburg, Frankreich
In Kapitel 9 des Werks Politeia beschreibt der altgriechische Philosoph und Begründer der abendländischen Philosophie Platon [BW 485] (427-347 v. Chr.) fünf Verfassungen in der Reihenfolge ihres Niedergangs:
| Quelle: ► Platon [BW 485] (427-347 v. Chr.) vorchristlicher altgriechischer Philosoph, Begründer |
der abendländischen Philosophie, Politeia [Der Staat], berühmter Dialog, ~370 v. Chr.
Der griechische Philosoph Sokrates benannte drei gesellschaftliche Klassen innerhalb einer Demokratie:
Die Drohnen / Führer stehlen von den Reichen, behalten riesige Summen des Reichtums für sich ein und verteilen den Rest
an die Armen.
Die Reichen können sich nicht verteidigen, da man sie wegen Veruntreuung gegenüber dem Staat anklagen würde.
Die Masse, sofern sie unter falschen moralischen Glaubensüberzeugungen und einer unzureichenden Ausbildung gehalten
wird, wählt einen Führer und eröffnet damit die Gelegenheit für Tyrannei.
| Source: ► Blog article To Bee or Not to Bee, What is to Be?, presented by the blogspot|
"Discovering An Adventure Called Life", Hossca Harrison, 6. September 2011
|Siehe auch: ► Sokrates|
Wir halten diese Wahrheiten für selbstverständlich, dass alle Menschen gleich geschaffen worden sind;
|Quelle: ► Unabhängigkeitserklärung der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika, 4. Juli 1776|
Der anstehende Paradigmenwechsel auf politischer Ebene ist ein Sprung vom Nationalstaat zur Weltregierung.
| Quelle (engl.): ► Interview mit ⚡ Ken Wilber (*1949) US-amerikanischer mystischer Philosoph, Vordenker des 3. Jahrtausends, |
transpersonaler Bewusstseinsforscher, Entwickler der Integralen Theorie, Autor, präsentiert von Shambhala, Teil III, ohne Datumsangabe
|Siehe auch: ► Ken Wilber und ► Paradigmenwechsel|
|See also: ► Passage from force driven controlling ego → self → power dwelling Self|
| Quelle (engl.): ► Videopodiumsdiskussion mit ⚡ Ken Wilber (*1949) US-amerikanischer mystischer Philosoph, |
Vordenker des 3. Jahrtausends, transpersonaler Bewusstseinsforscher, Entwickler der Integralen Theorie, Autor,
Interpreting the Singularity, YouTube Film, Minute 10:49, 12:29 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt 13. Februar 2008
Der Amerikaner Jonathan Haidt ist Professor für Sozial-, Kultur- Moralpsychologie und ethisches Führungswissen hat zeitweilig Positive Psychologie an der Universität von Virginia unterrichtet. Im Jahr 2001 hat er den Templeton-Preis für Positive Psychologie erhalten, und im Jahr 2004 wurde er mit dem Virginia "Outstanding Faculty Award" ausgezeichnet.
Der in den Sechziger Jahren geborene Autor des Buchs Die Glückshypothese. Was uns wirklich glücklich macht ist ein weltlich gesinnter Atheist, politisch ein inzwischen mitte-links angesiedelter Demokrat, der dem althergebrachten Wissen
von jeher großen Respekt entgegenbrachte.
| Video Referenz (engl.): |
► Video Fernsehinterview mit Dr. Jonathan Haidt (*1963) US-amerikanischer Professor für Sozial-, Kultur-, Moralpsychologie und
ethisches Führungswissen, New York University Stern School of Business, Autor, Jonathan Haidt Explains Our Contentious Culture,
präsentiert von der Fernsehshow Moyers & Company, Gastgeber Bill Moyers (*1934) US-amerikanischer politischer Kommentator,
Journalist, YouTube Film, 47:09 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt von TheEthanwashere, 13. Juni 2012
| Folgebuch: |
► Dr. Jonathan Haidt (*1963) US-amerikanischer Professor für Sozial-, Kultur-, Moralpsychologie und ethisches Führungswissen,
New York University Stern School of Business, Autor, The Righteous Mind. Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion,
Vintage, 2012, Nachdruck 12. Februar 2013
|Referenz: de.Wikipedia-Eintrag ► Moral Foundations Theory|
|Siehe auch : ► Ethik und ► Kultur und ► Politik|
|See also : ► Six pillars of morality – Jonathan Haidt|
Religiös-konservative Menschen sind glücklichere Menschen.
Expediency, force, persuasion:
Statesmen vs. politicians
Footnote10, S. 306: "Stewardship [LoC 415] as a primary leadership role has received considerable emphasis in recent sociopolitical dialogue."
Failing to differentiate principle from expediency
"Pockets of totalitarianism" in the US government thwart democracy by compromising its principles.
Power vs. Force, S. 158
Contrasting pairs of emotions, feeling states, and attitudes on the issue of politics In alphabetical order
Positive (strong) response (above 200) – Negative (weak) response (below 200)
Keeping one's own counsel vs. conflictuous social reforms
Social predicament: list of 'unsolvable' social problems
Hawkins shared the same erroneous view/meme on "overpopulation" as propagated by the power elite. The core ideas underlying China's one-child policy are derived from the notorious 1974 Club of Rome study.
"If human society does not reduce the size of its footprint, the ecological systems that underpin its well-being will collapse." Jorgen Randers, co-author of The Limits to Growth, Club of Rome, 1972
Featherbedding unions at 190
Average duration of inherently weak democracies: 200-300 years
Downsides of the Far Right and the Far Left
Uncritical praise of elitist US American philanthropists in pursuit of the NWO agenda
Note: "True compassion ... comes to see that an edifice which produces beggars needs restructuring."
Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., 4. April 1967.
Social clashes between the nonintegrous vs. the integrous
''Political attacks on individuals calibrating from 335-455+
"Hate the Leader Syndrome"
[Paraphrased] Level of knowledge of politicians (cal. 180) in U.S. and worldwide
Wise statesmen (cal. 415/430) balancing immature politicians (cal. 180)
political rhethoric – thriving on scandals
Bryan Caplan, The Myth of the Rational Voter. Why Democrats Choose Bad Policies, Princeton University Press, 16. April 2007
Reorganization of the current money system based on values
Removing the term "Creator" from the U.S. Constitution and the Pledge of Allegiance
Exposing Hawkins' indoctrinated nationalism
Note: Criticism of the Pledge of Allegiance
Intellectual sophistication, an antidote for unconscious programming
Capitalism vs. social justice doctrin as taught by Havard Business School
Teams of truthtellers will publicize their calibrations of public personalities/events/interviews.
Capitalism [LoC 340] is paternalistic.
Each one gets what they've worked for.
Socialism [LoC 305] is maternalistic.
Benefits are equally shared.
US policies and programs
Politizisation of God
The affirmation that the source of these rights is a Creator and not a civil authority is an essential element of America’s founding documents, either explicitly, as in the Declaration of Independence, or implicitly as in the Constitution [LoC 710/720]. It is also passed on through America’s cultural and civic expressions, practices, and policy. […] The Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution both reflect the core American belief in the sovereignty of the people to choose their own form of government, as well as the conviction that the source of our rights is greater than that chosen government. […] The universe craves an absolute authority as Creator and Judge as a basis and source of law in order both to explain and to govern physical phenomena and social dynamics. In The Supreme Court of the United States, No. 02-1624, Elk Grove Unified School District, Petitioners, December 2003
The consciousness level of the Western cilivilzation was calibrated at 199 in April 2007. Since the fifties western civilizations have receded. Sedona Seminar Relativism vs. Reality, 14. April 2007
On the outcome of the presidential election 2008 in the United States
Man slaughter – United Nations
Geständnis der beabsichtigten Missrepräsentation
NWO-Agenda: IQ-reduziertes orientalisches Europa
Globalisierung mittels Rassenvermischung sowie kultureller und religiöser Gleichschaltung
Mehr Zitate hier: Elitefaschismus und Rassemischung
Blogartikel Merkel. Zionistische Jüdin. Mitglied des B’nai-B’rith-Ordens, präsentiert von dem Blogspot Viel Sp Ass im System, 26. Mai 2017
Geständnis und Warnung
Geständnis – Politisch-zionistischer Betrug
Aufruf und Versprechen
70+ Jahre US-Besatzung in Deutschland
Universalhistorische gesellschaftliche Entwicklungen
in die globale (Zivil-)Gesellschaft
Dr. Christoph Zöpel (*1943) deutscher Politiker (SPD), Wirtschaftswissenschaftler, Philosoph, Jurist, Politik mit 9 Milliarden Menschen in Einer Weltgesellschaft. Eine Orientierung in Worten und Zahlen, Vorwärtsbuch, S. 245, 635 S., Berlin, 20082
Paul Lersch, Demokratie im Ausnahmezustand – Die verhüllte Freiheitsstatue, 27. Oktober 2004
Die schockierende These des italienischen Philosophen Giorgio Agamben lautet: Die Demokratie ist im "Niedergang" begriffen. Zwischen Demokratie und Totalitarismus besteht "innerste Solidarität". Nazismus und Faschismus bleiben "bedrohlich aktuell".
Unbegrenztes Wachstum führt ins Chaos. Überbevölkerung ist ein eingeschleuster Irrglaube.
Uralte Dichotomie zwischen Realisten ⇔ Idealisten / Enneagramm-Typen #8 ⇔ #1 / Choleriker ⇔ Melancholiker
1981-1985: Oshos Bewegung/Kult erwies sich als Diktatur
unter der Interrimsführung von Sheela Silverman-Birnstiel (*1949).
Einheit Deutschlands aus Einzelstaaten unter einem deutschen Kaiser
Nach den "Einigungskriegen" unter dem König von Preußen Wilhelm I. gab es 1871 das geeinte deutsche Staatswesen, das friedenstiftend auf das europäische Staatengefüge wirken solle.
One party corporate system in United States politics
Psychopathological political torture – issued and defended by VP Dick Cheney
Confession of deliberate political misrepresentation of EU countries
Confessional of Zionist national fraud – Israel
Magna Carta, Bill of Rights, Habeas Corpus
White supremacist imperialist speech
Recommendations / Caveats'
Two laws of politics [derived from the Watergate scandal]
Shadow elite plotting the New World Order
Rumor says that Coningsby is based on the figure Nathan Mayer Rothschild (1777-1836).
"The real owners"
70+ years of US occupation in Germany
Dystopian NWO agenda
Finance theorist Ludwig von Mises (supported by a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation) also participated in Coudenhove-Kalergi's Pan-European Movement. Later von Mises disciples Arthur Burns and Milton Friedman spread his ideas through a network of secret 'conservative' think tanks, led by the Mont Pelerin Society.
Castro's prophecy come true
Purpose of politics – controlling by smokescreening and fearmongering
Roman Empire and Western civilization; status 1948
Materialistic capitalist society
Explaining the role of the Khazar-Canaanite Phonecians (modern-day "Venetians") in importing decadent Babylonianism into the modern world
Buddha as a representative of "Integral politics"
Self-disciplined people ⇔ governmental intervention
Resolving the conflict between capitalism and socialism
Democracy needs a significant upgrade.
Promise to obedience
Subcultures undermining public opinion – Propaganda
What Did Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Say About War Costs?, YouTube film, 1:36 minutes duration, posted 16. January 2012
Cult of ignorance
Crossroads between patriarchy and democracy:
Liberating impact of feminism:
Feminist/masculinist movements are liberating democracy from patriarchy.
Errors of modern economy
Eco-social market economy in Norway
Three powers: legislative ♦ executive ♦ judiciary
Gandhi's quote above
Disease of modern democracies
Women ⇔ competitive domination politics
Cooperative fraternity ⇔ patriarchy
Age-old dichotomy between realists ⇔ idealists / enneagram #8 ⇔ enneagram #1 / cholerics ⇔ melancholics
Disenchantment with politics
Can democracy survive?
Greed, the shadow of democracy
Luring a peace-loving people into a set-up world war
In 1776 social and moral philosopher and pioneer in political economic theory Smith presented his book:
An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations [LoC 440] which initiated classical economics.
Republican Party covering the looting military-industrial complex
This is indeed exceptional. No other country in all of history comes anywhere close to such a record. But it certainly makes it very difficult to believe that America means well. Blog article by William Blum (1933-2018) Jewish-American historian, critic of United States foreign policy, former State Department computer related employee (mid-1960s-1967), opposed
to the Vietnam War, journalist, author, The Anti-Empire Report #158, 26. June 2018
Cult of government
Futility of voting
Definitions of fascism
Benito Mussolini: "The marriage of corporations and government"
Henry Wallace: Capturing both politics and the market to keep common people in eternal subjection
Susan Sontag: ''Institutionalized violence"
Matthew Fox: An always patriarchal and anti-women commitment to obedience
Political pragmatism ⇔ political philosophy
Corporate imperialism ⇔ democracy
Three imperatives of imperial geostrategy
Analyzing 1,779 answers to survey questions regarding a range of federal government policies since the 1980's, Gilens/Page that the United States of America is dominated by a rich and powerful elite.
Alternative Source: Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens, presented by the Institute for the Study of Long-Term Economic Trends, published by the publication American Political Science Association (APSA), Vol. 12/No. 3, S. 564-581, September 2014
Julian Assange – Wikileaks – Russiagate
Literary quotes, song lyrics
The Idea of America
The Real Ideals
Tacit Assumption of International Affairs
|See also: ► Quotes by Robert W. Fuller|
| References featuring Jonathan Haidt, Ph.D. (*1963) US American professor of social, cultural and moral psychology and |
ethical leadership, New York University Stern School of Business, author
► Jonathan Haidt Explains Our Contentious Culture, presented by the US American TV show Moyers & Company,
host Bill Moyers (*1934) US American political commentator, journalist, YouTube film, 47:09 minutes duration, posted by
TheEthanwashere 13. June 2012
► : The Righteous Mind. Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion, righteousmind.com, Pantheon,
1st edition 13. March 2012, reprint edition 12. February 2013
|Reference: en.Wikipedia entry ► Moral Foundations Theory|
|See also: ► Ethics and ► Culture and ► Control|
|Siehe auch: ► Sechs Säulen der Ethik – Jonathan Haidt|
Religious conservatives are happier.
|Note: Conservative (authoritarian) personalities tend to block distracting information i.e. tend to be in denial.|
| * Stress – Brain scan studies show decreased activity in different parts of the frontal lobes when exposed to different forms of stress. Mental and physical activities (meditation, unfocussing, focussing, intense cognitive work, exercise) that increase frontal brain activity decrease stress. Continued stress shrinks the size of the frontal lobe.|
Source: ► Brain study on stress conducted by J. L. Hanson, M. K. Chung, B. B. Avants, K. D. Rudolph, E. A. Shirtcliff, J. C. Gee, R. J. Davidson, S. D. Pollak, department of psychology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, Structural variations in prefrontal cortex mediate the relationship between early childhood stress and spatial working memory, presented by the weekly peer-reviewed scientific journal The Journal of Neuroscience, issue 32(23), S. 7917-7925, 6. June 2012
| Written sources:|
► Study finds left-wing brain, right-wing brain, presented by the US American daily newspaper Los Angeles Times,
Denise Gellene, 10. September 2007
► Paul Zak, Ph.D. (*1962) US American professor of (neuro)economics and neurology, mathematician, oxytocin researcher,
Claremont Graduate University, The Center for Neuroeconomics Studies (CNS), Southern California, author,
The Moral Molecule. The Source of Love and Prosperity, Dutton Adult, 10. May 2012
► Study: Liberals and conservatives have different brain structures. Political polarity is more about nature than nurture, according
to psychiatrist Gail Saltz, presented by the US American left-leaning website AlterNet, Alexandra Rosenmann, 6. June 2016
| Audio interview: ► Gabor Maté, M.D. drgabormate.com (*1944) Hungarian-Canadian physician, addiction expert, speaker, author, |
Failed War on Drugs, drug decriminalization, and addiction, presented by the US American
broadcasting station Citizen Radio, aired 2. November 2012
| Video source: ► Presentation by Gail Saltz, US American psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, television commentator, columnist, author, |
Liberal vs. Conservative: A Neuroscientific Analysis with Gail Saltz, presented by the US American web portal Big Think,
Reference, YouTube film, 14:24 minutes duration, posted 29. May 2016
|Reference: en.Wikipedia entry ► Biology and political orientation|
|See also: ► Culture and ► Neuroscience and ► Violence and ► Politics|
True equality vs. healthy inequal diversity and unhealthy inequality
Violence expert and psychiatrist James Gilligan, M.D., Ph.D. screened 107 years of US American rulership given the
two party system consisting of the Republican Party and the Democratic Party.
To his own surprise he discovered that the Republican periods had consistently added to poverty and violence in the United
States whereas the periods ruled by Democratic president consistently lowered the unemployment and homicide rates.
His book Why Some Politicians Are More Dangerous Than Others, published in 2011, sheds light on his findings.
| See also: |
► Shame ethics ↔ guilt ethics – James Gilligan
► Income and status gap in 23 of the rich developed countries worldwide – Wilkinson und Pickett
► Rankism, humiliation and indignity ⇔ 'Dignity for all, always' – Robert W. Fuller
► Red-Blue-Orange-Green altitudes: Spiral Dynamics map – Clare Graves, Don Beck and Chris Cowan (1996-2006)
Lack of respect and self-respect drives violence.
|Source: ► Plato [LoC 485] (427-347 BC) Ancient Greek pre-Christian philosopher, founder of the occidental philosophy, writer, Socratic dialogue The Republic, chapter VIII, S. 564 and 565, ~380 BC|
|See also: ► Historical cycle of civilizations (Tytler cycle) – rise and decline of empires|
Socrates saw democracy consisting of three social classes:
|Source: ► Removed article What is Justice?, PDF, presented by the removed blogspot Omdix.com, undated|
|See also: ► Socrates|
| Video sources featuring with Richard Barrett, FRSA (*1945) British social commentator, speaker, author on the evolution of leadership and human values in business and society|
► [*]Removed audio interview with Richard Barrett, FRSA (*1945) British social commentator, speaker, author on the evolution of leadership
and human values in business and society, Love, Fear and the Destiny of Nations – The Future of Western Civilisation, No. 23, MP3, pre-
sented by Dr. Nicholoas Beecroft, British consultant psychiatrist, YouTube film, 1:27:17 duration, posted 11. April 2012
► Vimeo video interview Measuring Conscious Cultures and Conscious Leadership, presented by 4th Annual International Conference on
Conscious Capitalism; Conscious Capitalism: Building a Flourishing Business on Love and Care, Bentley University, Waltham,
Massachusetts, 22.-23. May 2012, 31:55 minutes duration, posted 22. June 2012
♦◊♦ Ken Wilber's AQAL model: Leaders need to walk the talk, live authentically. When the values of the leaders change their behavior changes
alike which restructures the value system of the organisation and subsequently the behaviors of the whole organisation. Minute 25:21
♦◊♦ High cultural entropy in organisations/nations (41+%) ensues in very low engagement. When they are bigger than 51% fallouts of
organisations/governments are imminent. (See Iceland, France, United States)
♦◊♦ 6. September 2008 – Iceland had 54% entropy due to issues of leadership (government). 2 weeks later the banks in Iceland went bankrupt.
Re-elections voted out the existing government. Former Icelandic prime minister Geir Haarde was put on trial of charges of negligence
over the 2008 financial crisis in March 2012. Minute 21:29
♦◊♦ November 2009 – Latvia had cultural entropy of 52%. A few months later government changed.13 Minute 29:33
♦◊♦ 1. May 2012 – France had the highest percentage of cultural entropy of all 15 assessed nations. President Sarkozy lost the elections
on May 15, 2012. People are leaving France. Minute 30:00
♦◊♦ Staggering rates of cultural entropy were found in the United States year after year: 52% (2009), 54% (2010), 56% (2011).
The most severe issue of conflict is the growing social inequality gap.14 Minute 31:34
► Video presentation Barrett Seven Levels and CTT Intro, presented by valuescentre, YouTube film,
7:06 minutes duration, posted 25. July 2019
| Literature by Richard Barrett, FRSA (*1945) British social commentator, speaker, author on the evolution of leadership and human values in business and society|
► Love, Fear and the Destiny of Nations. The Impact of the Evolution of Human Consciousness on World Affairs, Fulfilling Books, 4. May 2012
Based on the Barrett Model, developed from Abraham Maslow's (1908-1970) Hierarchy of needs model, 1998
► Liberating the Corporate Soul. Building a Visionary Organization, Butterworth-Heinemann, 1st edition 5. November 1998
Note: Three mantras displayed
| See also: |
► Transparency and ► Richard Barrett
► Spiral Dynamics Consciousness model – according to Ken Wilber's terminology / color scheme
Shift from I to we
Leadership requirements in the new era of Integrity:
Authentic leadership induces cultural change.
Four pillars of conscious capitalism
Turning points: 1987-2012-2026
Leap from self-interest to altruism at the threshold of integrity
Around four fifths of humanity are unable to live by the standard of integrity.
Evolutionary stages of moral development
Shoulding, expectations, and projections don't work.
Leadership creates culture.
| Source: ► Richard Barrett, FRSA (*1945) British social commentator, speaker, author on the evolution of leadership and human values in |
business and society Barrett Models –––– Inspired by Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, 1998
|[*] Source: |
► Removed audio interview with Richard Barrett, FRSA (*1945) British social commentator, speaker, author on the evolution of leadership
and human values in business and society, Love, Fear and the Destiny of Nations – The Future of Western Civilisation, No. 23, MP3,
presented by Dr. Nicholoas Beecroft, British consultant psychiatrist, YouTube film, minute 11:11, 1:27:17 duration, posted 11. April 2012
|See also: ► Culture and ► Richard Barrett and ► Consciousness and ► Dignity and ► Community|
| Sources featuring Richard Barrett, FRSA (*1945) British social commentator, speaker, author on the evolution of |
leadership and human values in business and society
► Video presentation The Evoluotion of Consciousness: Next Steps, 2012 BVC International Conference, part 1 of 2, presented by
the "Barrett Values Centre", YouTube film, minute 5:29, 20:21 and 28:23 and 36:13 minutes duration, posted 17. December 2012
► Video presentation A Compass for Navigating Cultural Transformations, presented at the "Building Capacity for Sustainable
Transformations" conference, sponsored by the Italian company Asterys, Rome, 7. June 2012, YouTube film,
minute 31:41, 48:33 minutes duration, posted 29. October
|See also: ► Richard Barrett and ► Evolution of consciousness|
Empathy is expressed via two channels:
Dutch Primatologist Frans de Waal, Ph.D. (*1948) performed a "Fairness study" on benign, self-aware animals. He and his colleague Sarah Brosnan tested the sense of altruism and morality with chimpanzees (apes), dogs and birds, and elephants.
Note on the mirror self-recognition: Next to humans do great apes, dogs, elephants, European magpies (birds), individual owls, bottlenose dolphins, orcas, have the ability to recognize themselves in the mirror.
Reward division – Inequity aversion
When two capuchin monkeys – coopeative by nature and considered as the most intelligent New World monkeys – each received a cucumber treat, they performed the requested task in the lab many times in a row. If one of them was rewarded with higher valued grapes and the other one merely with cucumber – the latter felt cheated and soon started to protest by either refusing to further comply or
to eat the cucumber.
Monkeys will accept and eat a piece of cucumber whenever they receive it, but not when they witness their partner getting a better deal. This reaction known as "inequity aversion" refutes the theory of profit-maximizing under all circumstances made by economy theorists who claim that greedy humans would invariably take whatever they can get.
According to De Waal, human nature is the result of "tamed contradictions."
Book review: Our Inner Ape: A Leading Primatologist Explains Why We Are Who We Are, presented by The Science Shelf, Fred Bortz, 21. November 2013
| Sources featuring Frans de Waal, Ph.D. (*1948) Dutch US American Candler professor of psychology and primate behavior, director of Living Links, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, biologist, ethologist, speaker, author|
► Frans de Waal Answers Your Primate Questions, presented by the publication Freakonomics, 7. May 2008
► Moral behavior in animals, presented by TEDx Talks Peachtree, minute 13:11, 16:52 minutes duration,
filmed November 2011, posted April 2012
|See also: ► Animals and ► Empathy and ► Compassion and ► Ethics|
► from the beginning of history
► the average duration of the world's civilizations has been about 200 years
► followed by a period of transitioning time of 50 years.
The gestation cycle of a human being takes 260 [20x13] days.
Ancient Colosseum shone by the rising sun, Rome, Italy
In his 1976 essay The Fate of Empires and Search for Survival15 British scholar commanding general during World War I
John Bagot Glubb (1897-1986) observed the life cycle of empires. They last for about 250 years covering the span of
rougly 10 generations. Empires develop during six consecutive phases:
1. Pioneers 2. Conquests 3. Commerce 4. Affluence 5. Intellect 6. Decadence16
Civilizations progress through sequential evolutionary cycles lasting roundabout 250 years.
|Reference: en.Wikipedia entry ► Pluto (planet)|
| Written reference: Article The US has reached the last stage before collapse, presented by the German-owned |
American business, celebrity and technology news website Business Insider, James Traub, 24. December 2017
|See also: ► Pluto in Capricorn – Rise and fall of empires – Structural transformation within cycle of 248 years|
Inherently weak democracies will last for 200-300 years on average.
| Every few hundred years throughout Western history, a sharp transformation has occurred. In a matter of decades, society altogether re-|
arranges itself – its world view, its basic values, its social and political structures, its arts, its key institutions. Fifty years later a new world
exists. And the people born into that world cannot even imagine the world in which their grandparents lived and into which their own pa-
rents were born.
Peter Drucker (1909-2005) US American management consultant, self-described "social ecologist", educator, writer, The New Society of Organizations, presented by the bimonthly management magazine Harvard Business Review (HBR), published by Harvard Business Publishing, September-October issue 1992
The American populace will have to decide whether to side with wisdom or sophomoric absurdity and fulfill Socrates' dire prediction that democracies eventually fall due to giving equal voice and votes to the nonintegrous and ignorant segment of the population (cal. 465). Historians point out that the average duration of a democracy is thus only usually two-to-three hundred years before the self-centered
voters deplete the country of its own resources and political erudition.
⚡ D. Hawkins, Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, chapter 10 "America", S. 147, 2005
We now live in a nation where
➤ doctors destroy health,
➤ lawyers destroy justice,
➤ universities destroy knowledge,
➤ governments destroy freedom,
➤ the press destroys information,
➤ religion destroys morals, and
➤ our banks destroy the economy.
Chris Hedges (*1956) US American journalist, war correspondent, specializing in American and Middle Eastern politics and societies, author, Pulitzer Prize laureate, The World
as it is: Dispatches on the Myth of Human Progress, recited in: Video presentation "Calling All Rebels" – Chris Hedges Berkely CA talk in 2010 at KPFA fundraiser first 20min only, presented by the listener-funded Californian radio station KPFA, Pacifica Community Radio Lecture/Fundraiser, Berkeley, California 2010, YouTube film, minute 12:11,
31:10 minutes duration, posted 12. April 2012
| Originator/s: |
► Alexander Fraser Tytler (1747-1813) Scottish historian
► Also attributed to Lord Thomas MacCauley, letter to an American friend, 23. May 1857
► Also attributed to Henning Webb Prentis, Jr., President of the Armstrong Cork Company, 1943 and 1946
|First source: ► Article Why Democracies Fail, presented by the newspaper The Daily Oklahoman, S. 12A, 9. December 1951|
|Reference: ► Article by Loren Collins, The Truth About Tytler, undated|
| Further reference: ► Article When will the American Empire collapse?, |
presented by the stories outlet Medium, mighty monk, 2. January 2019
| Literature: |
► Peter Turchin (*1957) Russian-American scientist, specializing in cultural evolution and cliodynamics, mathematical modeling and
statistical analysis of the dynamics of historical societies, Historical Dynamics. Why States Rise and Fall – Secular Cycles and
Cliodynamics, Princeton University Press, 29. September 2003
► George Friedman (*1949) Hungarian-born US American geopolitical forecaster, and strategist on international affairs, founder and
chairman of the online publication "Geopolitical Futures", author, The Storm Before the Calm. America's Discord, the Coming Crisis of
the 2020s, and the Triumph Beyond, Doubleday, 25. February 2020
| See also: |
► Pluto in Capricorn – Rise and fall of empires – Structural transformation
► Income and status gap in 23 of the rich developed countries worldwide – Wilkinson und Pickett (2011)
► Five constitutions – Plato
|Siehe auch: ► Zivilisationenzyklus (Tytler-Zyklus) – Aufstieg und Niedergang historischer Reiche|
Quellen: Weitgehend entnommen aus Truth vs. Falsehood, S. 91, 254, 255 und 263 u.a., Stand ~2004
Persönlicher Bewusstseinswert – Intention – Fähigkeit essentiell beizutragen
Politics in general, partially in the United States
Politics in the United States of America
Political players during World War II
Personal level of consciousness – Intention – Ability to contribute essentially
Benefit of an oligarchical council of independent versed wise statesmen and stateswomen
Democracy usurped by moral relativism:
Drei Schwerpunkte einer Weltdemokratie, einer "utopischen Utopie", eines "universalen Universalismus" (S. 247):
► Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831) ♦◊♦ Dialectic of consciousness
Intelligent examination of power: rise of China, trailed by India and US American decline
Political orientations (left-right voting) arise from three clusters of measurable personality traits i.e. opposing attitudes toward
Political study by , US American professor of politics and sociology, Princeton University, Benjamin I. Page, Ph.D., US American political
1. Monaco 2. Andorra 3. British Virgin Islands 4. Saudi Arabia 5. Kuwait 6. Bermuda 7. Qatar 8. Brunei 9. Bahrain 10. Oman 11. The Bahamas
Featuring on Obama's presidential run in 2008
Human reason – instead of being conscious and logical – takes place to 98% below the level of consciousness. It is more interesting and complex than was once believed.
Featuring 'democratic socialism'
Rescuing free markets
Calling for the impeachment of US president George W. Bush and VP Dick Cheney for starting a "war of aggression" against Iraq and the American public. The "warmongering" US government, congress, and mass media stand for mis-information.
Linkless media offering
Haidt asks: "Can't we all disagree more constructively?"
1 Adam Smith [LoC 455] (1723-1790) Scottish US American social and moral philosopher, pioneer of classical political economic theory, An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations [LoC 440], Initiating classical economics, 1776 ⇑
2 Der Sprung vom Nationalstaat zur Weltregierung (2. Tier), Ken Wilber über Weltentwicklung bis 2030 ⇑
8 Function of the amygdala brain region in anxiety and fear: Video presentation by Paul Whalen, Ph.D., US American physiological psychologist, associate professor of the department of psychological and brain sciences (DBIC), Dartmouth College, The Uncertainty of it All: Brain Lessons for Anxious Times, presented by TedTalks TEDxDartmouth, 17. April 2010, YouTube film, 20:00 minutes duration, posted 27. April 2010 ⇑
9 Video presentation by Russell Barkley, Ph.D., US American clinical psychologist, ADHD Emotional Regulation, YouTube film, 6:04 minutes duration, posted 15. June 2011
An underdeveloped anterior cingulate cortex in the brain of an ADHD patient results in poor emotional regulation of conflictuous social interaction. ⇑
11 VDR = Yearly Violent Death Rates i.e. murders and suicides per 100,000 citizens ⇑
12 Deleted English Wikipedia entry ⇑
13 Deleted video interview with Phil Clothier, British CEO of Barrett Values Centre, National Assessments and Banking and Latvia, YouTube film, 5:31 minutes duration, posted by BarrettValuesCentre 7. January 2010
Process and results of the Latvian National Values Assessment resulting in a Latvia 2030 development plan ⇑
14 Video presentation US National Values Assessment 2010, deleted YouTube film, 7:47 minutes duration, posted by BarrettValuesCentre 28. June 2010 ⇑
16 Features of decadence: bread and circus: undisciplined, overextended military
complex, conspicuous display of wealth, massive disparity between rich and poor, desire to live of a bloated state, debasement of currency, obsession with sex) ⇑
43 Removed audio interview with David R. Hawkins, Radio Interview, presented by the US American web radio station "Contact Talk Radio", hosts Cameron Steele and Lucie Minetti, aired 13. May 2003, YouTube film, minute 19:02, 41:15 minutes duration, aired 13. May 2003, posted by LftUP 24. März 2011 ⇑
55 Daniel Kahnemann, Ph.D. (*1934) Israeli-American professor of psychology, Princeton, founder of behavioral economics, Nobel laureate in economic sciences, 2002, How Greenspan's Framework Went Awry, YouTube film, 3:03 minutes duration, posted 23. February 2009 ⇑
92 Power vs. Force. The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, chapter 10 Power in Politics, S. 159, 287, Hay House, February 2002 ⇑