Energy / Energie

In liberal capitalism people enjoy a lot of freedoms – so they can fully live out their individual ideas of what might or might not make them happy.

In theory you can be a Muslim gay men married to a lesbian woman (just because you can) and become an child care taker that as a second job works on weapons of mass destruction – while campaigning for peace on the weekend.

In the end – it is always about survival of life (not only the species homo often not-so-sapiens) on this planet – in the solar system – in the universe – in this reality.

At the same time – capitalism gives no sustainable concept for survival to the people – either you come up with your own plan (which might work or might fail miserably again and again) or you have no concept – you have no job – you do not know what to do – you basically go straight from school to state-sponsored-joblessness.

In communism – sustainable survival (as far as i know) was also not a high priority (taking care of nature) – liberal freedoms were not so big – the state decided for you what you would study – what job you would pursuit – because they had the data – where workforce would be needed in 3-4 years time.

I have heard young school children are so confused – they do not know what they shall study.

What career is worth pursuing.

Because it is not only important – that you like your job – it also should generate an income so you can build a house and survive as a family.

If you go to a state-entity that manages joblessness a “JobCenter” – they have a lot of data – a lot – but they still can not tell a school kid “if i was you i would do this and that”.

They can not.

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So school kids are completely left in the dark.

What happens is often children learn from their parents – if they have a good job – they will do the same – if their job sucks (low job security, low pay or no work to do at all in this field) they most certainly will do something else.

There needs to be a sate given – binding – scientific sound and sustainable concept for basic survival for “the average jill an joe” living in “modern” high tech societies with modern fiat money.

If there is not – it is simply irresponsible – for the state and everybody – to leave people in the dark and let them figure themselves out how to survive and fix all the problems in their lifes.

This most certainly will lead to chaos and violence – because – even if you would give them “free stuff” aka fancy digital or colored paper money – people still need a purpose and meaning in their lifes.

what will definitely NOT fix the problem is raising rents and taxes (on things people need to survive) until breakdown of society. Running away from problems – just in case you have not noticed will also not fix them. Everybody should fix the problems in their own country.

After all people – families – just want to survive – in the US, in Europe, in Russia, in China, in India – everywhere if “the market” “the economy” “the monetary system” “the state” is not helping them – they shall step down and get out of the way.

Yes – it really is that bad.

Date 17 November 2018 – present
(6 months and 17 days)
Location

 France

Caused by
Goals
Methods
Status
  • Ongoing
Concessions
given
  • Cancellation of fuel tax and six-month moratorium on diesel and petrol price changes[46]
    • <- this is absolutely pathetic. if the oil and car industry would not be so corrupt – we would have cheap super reliable safe flying cars on renewable hydrogen (a CO2 neutral fuel that can be produced by everybody that has electricity)
    • here you can see best how “fuel” people and society depends on – is used as a weapon of mass control since decades – how those in power risk the collapse of society – just to stay in power a bit longer or make a little bit more profit in the short term – instead of working and investing in solutions that help everybody. CATASTORPHIC!
  • Promise that most would see an effective increase in the minimum wage of €100 per month by 2019[47]
  • Announcement that price of Électricité de France blue tariffs would not increase before March 2019[48]
  • Elimination of tax on overtime and end-of-year bonuses[49]
  • Decrease of fuel and motor taxes[50]

The Gilet Jaunes are just the beginning…

… the rise of the far right will be way more devastating for “the world order” – because just as the left – their aim is to destroy the corrupt current status quo.

… but instead of fixing the problem – “the market” will just say “okay – far right got voted in – we just shift investments more towards the weapons industry and gas chambers”.

Thyssen a industrial magnat - was so afraid of communism taking away his riches - he was willing to support anyone who fought communism - we all know how it ended. <a href="https://altcoopsys.org/2019/07/05/the-miracle-of-worgl-could-it-have-prevented-the-second-world-war-now-also-as-a-feature-film-das-wunder-von-worgl-hatte-es-den-zweiten-weltkrieg-verhindern-konnen-jetzt-auch-als-spielfilm/">https://altcoopsys.org/2019/07/05/the-miracle-of-worgl-could-it-have-prevented-the-second-world-war-now-also-as-a-feature-film-das-wunder-von-worgl-hatte-es-den-zweiten-weltkrieg-verhindern-konnen-jetzt-auch-als-spielfilm/</a>
Thyssen a German industrial super rich – was so afraid of communism taking away his riches – he was willing to support anyone who fought communism – we all know how it ended. https://altcoopsys.org/2019/07/05/the-miracle-of-worgl-could-it-have-prevented-the-second-world-war-now-also-as-a-feature-film-das-wunder-von-worgl-hatte-es-den-zweiten-weltkrieg-verhindern-konnen-jetzt-auch-als-spielfilm/

does not sound like a solution to me – actually not a solution at all – just the beginning of more catastrophes and problems.

France: ‘Neither Macron nor Le Pen’ – Students barricade school entrance in protest

You can close your eyes – but the truth – will stay true – no matter what.

The big “mistake” the far-right does: it does not question the monetary system.

It is simply not on their radar.

Because they see the problems somewhere else.

Which will lead them – again – to unsustainable and catastrophic solutions – even the far-right fanatics will have to admit – are no solutions.

Elon Musk: “unsustainable means – it is going to end.”

“After 40 years of market fundamentalism, America and like-minded European countries are failing the vast majority of their citizens. At this point, only a new social contract – guaranteeing citizens health care, education, retirement security, affordable housing, and decent work for decent pay – can save capitalism and liberal democracy.

NEW YORK – Three years ago, US President Donald Trump’s election and the United Kingdom’s Brexit referendum confirmed what those of us who have long studied income statistics already knew: in most advanced countries, the market economy has been failing large swaths of society.

Nowhere is this truer than in the United States. Long regarded as a poster child for the promise of free-market individualism, America today has higher inequality and less upward social mobility than most other developed countries.

After rising for a century, average life expectancy in the US is now declining. And for those in the bottom 90% of the income distribution, real (inflation-adjusted) wages have stagnated: the income of a typical male worker today is around where it was 40 years ago.

Meanwhile, many European countries have sought to emulate America, and those that succeeded, particularly the UK, are now suffering similar political and social consequences…”

Unfortunately this article – they want money for it. so this is only an excerpt.

src: project-syndicate.org

Socrates knew: Democracy only work with well educated people,

destroying education means destroying democracy

Socrates was killed by a democratic process – involving 500 randomly chosen Athens (obviously badly educated)

 

Countries with top education:

  • Norway (spending #4 by %GDP)
  • Finland (spending #9 by %GDP)
    • kids start school at year 7 or even 8
    • 10min of homework
    • stop teaching to standardized tests (have this in Germany as well…)

(Thanks Mr Moore! For your very educational movies 🙂

The Finland Phenomenon: The Best Education System:

Those countries have cut funding of education:

  • USA (ranks #19 in the world by spending % of GDP for education and more cuts to come:
  • Germany (ranks #35 in the world by spending % of GDP for education)
    • the teachers: “there are not enough teachers” and it is true Norway and Finland are better at PISA and have more teachers per student and spend more on education. (rank #4 and #9)
    • for a country with this economy/export revenues it is simply a UNDERFUNDED CATASTROPHE and there is no excuse to not spend less than Norway and Finland.
    • (budget is increasing but it is still little)
    • also Universities are experiencing budget cuts and are WAY TOO MUCH dependent on external private sponsors thus producing biased science – not good.
    • what is very very bad in German schools is: no teamwork
      • there is a lot of competition among students to be “the top 10 best”
      • instead of focusing on learning useful broad horizon knowledge process
      • instead of 1teacher (dictator) vs 30kids (worthless material) learning testing forgetting random bullshit “knowledge bulimia”
      • they should reserve time for students to teach students
        • this would be way more effective because students can explain things in their own words from a different angle making more students understand the subject – this is thought to be “inefficient” but it is NOT.
  • Brazil: (ranks pretty good #7 in spending for education budget in % of GDP), Bolsonaro seems to not like it and wants to cut it.

+Austerity: https://therealnews.com/stories/bolsonaros-education-austerity-mobilizes-hundreds-of-thousands-across-brazil

Demagogue = Populist

 

A demagogue /ˈdɛməɡɒɡ/ (from Greek δημαγωγός, a popular leader, a leader of a mob, from δῆμος, people, populace, the commons + ἀγωγός leading, leader)[1] or rabble-rouser[2][3] is a leader who gains popularity in a democracy by exploiting prejudice and ignorance among the common people, whipping up the passions of the crowd and shutting down reasoned deliberation.[1][4] Demagogues overturn established norms of political conduct, or promise or threaten to do so.[5]

Historian Reinhard Luthin defined demagogue thus: “What is a demagogue? He is a politician skilled in oratory, flattery and invective; evasive in discussing vital issues; promising everything to everybody; appealing to the passions rather than the reason of the public; and arousing racial, religious, and class prejudices—a man whose lust for power without recourse to principle leads him to seek to become a master of the masses. He has for centuries practiced his profession of ‘man of the people’. He is a product of a political tradition nearly as old as western civilization itself.”[6]

Demagogues have appeared in democracies since ancient Athens. They exploit a fundamental weakness in democracy: because ultimate power is held by the people, it is possible for the people to give that power to someone who appeals to the lowest common denominator of a large segment of the population.[7] Demagogues usually advocate immediate, forceful action to address a national crisis while accusing moderate and thoughtful opponents of weakness or disloyalty.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demagogue

the silent way to revolutionize:

mankind (= aka the world) can be a growing awareness of what lifestyle changes are needed to be done in order to allow a sustainable future and secure the survival of mankind.

You do not have to kill anyone for this – a little boring – changing your own lifestyle – bit by bit – step by step.

growing vegetables yourself (of course needs a piece of land? where to get it form? you will have to fight hard for it, this is where violence probably occurs) but also studying science and developing technology that allows humans to travel to distant planets and settle there – would be such thing.

what country who spends most on education by % of GDP according to OECD:

Data table for: Public spending on education, Primary to post-secondary non-tertiary / Tertiary, % of GDP, 2016 or latest available
Location ▾

▾ Latest

South Africa #1
4.861
Costa Rica #2
4.700
Denmark #3
4.674
Norway #4
4.612
Iceland #5
4.376
Belgium #6
4.130
Brazil #7
4.061
Israel #8
4.033
Finland #9
3.970
Argentina #10
3.833
New Zealand #11
3.784
United Kingdom #12
3.783
Sweden #13
3.646
Korea #14
3.469
France #15
3.398
Portugal #16 3.392
Latvia #17 3.254
Switzerland #18 3.232
United States #19 3.207
Mexico #20 3.204
Australia #21 3.182
Netherlands #22 3.176
Canada #23 3.169
Colombia #24 3.069
Chile #25 3.026
Austria #26 2.978
Slovenia #27 2.955
Poland #28 2.929
Luxembourg #29 2.794
Italy #30 2.780
Estonia #31 2.749
Hungary #32 2.674
Greece #33 2.660
Spain #34 2.656
Germany #35 2.608
Slovak Republic #36 2.554
Turkey #37 2.533
Ireland #38 2.511
Indonesia #39 2.492
Japan #40 2.479
Czech Republic #41 2.424
Lithuania #42 2.315
Russia #43 1.843

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