The idea of a government is… sigh…
In the social sciences, the term government refers to the legislators, administrators, and arbitrators in the administrative bureaucracy who control a state at a given time, and to the system of government by which they are organized. Government is the means by which state policy is enforced, as well as the mechanism for determining the policy of the state.
Today, people are conditioned to protest but not take arms for revolution.
A revolution (from the Latin revolutio, “a turn around”) is a fundamental change in power or organizational structures that takes place in a relatively short period of time. Its use to refer to political change dates from the scientific revolution occasioned by Copernicus’ famous De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium. Aristotle described two types of political revolution:
- Complete change from one constitution to another
- Modification of an existing constitution.
Revolutions have occurred through human history and vary widely in terms of methods, duration, and motivating ideology. Their results include major changes in culture, economy, and socio-political institutions.
The question is not how to overthrow the elites of the world from enslaving the common people of the world.
The question is what the common people going to sacrifice to achieve total liberty.
- One Country for the world that make every mankind a citizen thus no passports
- One Currency for the world that never inflate or deflate thus no banking schemes
- One Economy for the world that never have nationalist’s protectionism thus no tariffs to trade
- One Liberty for the world that protects individual liberties and equalities thus all ideologies is secondary
What are the sacrifices to make? What are the new realities?
- People from first world nations have to live with new competition worldwide coming and going to their nation to work, to do business, to trade.
- People from first world nations have to live with new reality that salaries will adjust abruptly due to worldwide supply of labor without passport applications.
- People from second world nations have to live with new reality that currency exchange valuation will not help anymore on lowering production cost for exports goods.
- People from third world nations have to live with new reality that other nations are now equals and not a source of grants.
What protest coming up 19 June 2011?
On the 15th of May everything began
We went out to the streets to claim for a real democracy
To say aloud that we are not merchandise in the hands of politicians and bankers
That day we lit a flame
And we do not want that flame to go out
This pacific revolution will go on
Until we are listened to
Along with the camps of the outraged citizens
We will take the streets again , now against the Euro-pact
Because we do not want them to mortgage our future
Because we do not want to pay an illegitimate debt
No more cuts on our health service
No more cuts on education
No more destruction of workers’ rights
For a fair retirement
For a fair salary
We demand to those who created the crisis, to pay for it
We demand a government for the people, not against the people
And no matter how hard they try to stop us
No matter how hard they try to silence us
Their violence is our strength
On the 19th of June of 2011
Take the streets
no need for government.
no need for license, permit, certificate, etc. to live on this world.
leadership of everyone is a must.