Tom Atlee: Thoughts on strategic thinking in our current crisis

Civil Society, Collective Intelligence, Ethics

Thoughts on strategic thinking in our current crisis

There is much debate in my circles about how to respond to the the current crisis in democracy and our social fabric. I’m sensing some patterns among independent approaches being promoted separately. In this post, I attempt an initial overview of these and the necessity to validate all of them, especially from the perspective of broader and narrower visions of social change, and the gifts and limitations they bring.

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Matt Ehret: Counter-gang von Hayek Revives Mandeville’s Hellfire Club in the 20th Century Part 3 of a Trilogy

Commercial Intelligence, Cultural Intelligence

Counter-gang von Hayek Revives Mandeville’s Hellfire Club in the 20th Century

Part 3 of a Trilogy

In Book 8 of The Republic, Plato’s protagonist Socrates observes astutely that “the ruin of oligarchy is the ruin of democracy. The same disease magnified and intensified by liberty overmasters democracy- the truth being that the excessive increase of anything often causes a reaction in the opposite direction and this is the case not only in the seasons and in vegetable and animal life, but above all in forms of government”.

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See Also: Matt Ehret @ Phi Beta Iota

Wayne Jett: Globalist Election Thieves Are Now The Hunted

Civil Society, Commercial Intelligence, Cultural Intelligence, Ethics, Government

Globalist Election Thieves Are Now The Hunted

For those who may think Trump has been defeated – has even conceded defeat – in the U. S. presidential election of November 3, 2020, neither assertion is true.  President Trump and his family departed the White House after the counting of electoral votes on January 6-7 and have been in secure military facilities since that time, except for his recent visit to the wall along the southern border.

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