Timothy Hewitt-Coleman wrote: What do you think?
Timothy Hewitt-Coleman wrote:If we can split the atom we can live without borders... we can figure out how to overcome the challenges that emerge out of the removal of national boundaries. What do you think?
In a world where 'private property' exists, borders are a natural consequence. If we are unwilling/unable to eliminate the concept of 'private property', then borders will remain and the best we can do is make them as short as possible.
Simple steps for a better world:
Eliminate as much governance and government as possible.
Reduce it to a bare minimum.
Devolve 'power' to the most local, responsive and introverted level possible.
Break up large corporations.
Disempower the psychopaths.
Put into place mechanisms that prevent the regrowth/emergence of large organisations.
At the heart of the problem is this: The larger an organisation becomes, the more disconnected its leaders become from its members, and the more disconnected (as a whole) it becomes from reality. Such organisations will inevitably and increasingly do more harm than good. Intent is irrelevant. Reform is
Mick Fisch wrote:One of my favorite movies is "A Man for All Seasons". It offered some great insights on integrity and power.