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Nature_and_Environment.58

Sustainable Planetary Management

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{Nature_and_Environment.58.1}: ... {wren1111} Sun, 04 Dec 2005 16:52:46 CST (HTML)

Sustainable Planetary Management

"http://us.altnews.com.au/drop/node/view/1204"

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Patriarchally or matriarchally managed enterprises will in future be superseded by synarchally-oriented forms of organization.

Philosophers and other thinkers have speculated over the centuries as to how human societies can be helped to again attain peace and prosperity and, to this purpose, have envisaged ideal forms of government and organization. Thus, Plato wrote â??The Republicâ??, Thomas More â??Utopiaâ??, Francis Bacon â??The New Atlantisâ??, Campanella â??The City of the Sunâ??. Synarchy, the concept of which goes back to Saint-Yves dâ??Alveydre (1848-1909), is understood as a government founded on principles, in contrast to anarchy, a form of government devoid of principles. Synarchy was introduced by Rama 7400 years before Christ; he founded an empire that lasted for 3500 years. Synarchy is a form of government at the head of which a trinity attends to government affairs. The main areas of responsibility (educational system, judiciary, economy) are divided in such a manner as to enable of a harmonious working method.

Interestingly, the form of state organization in Switzerland is in its rudiments comparable most of all to a synarchic form of government. To that let it be said: â??Every nation gets the president it deserves!â??, or put another way, â??The trouble is at the topâ??. When an elected president makes the wrong decisions, the entire nation shares the blame. It should have subjected its president to earnest questioning before the elections. â??But politics donâ??t interest usâ??â?¦orâ?¦â??

They are anyway only out for their own interestsâ??â?¦â??Football is more enjoyableâ??â?¦â??I have my own problems, and I should go about solving others?â?? There is no lack of excuses when it comes to carrying on in oneâ??s trite and intact world â?? to then be suddenly roused from oneâ??s hibernation and find oneself confronted with harsh realities.

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