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The complainer test

March 16, 2017

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Are you a looser in the globalization? If not – you won’t complain!
It’s easy to understand that losers tend to complain. The worst socially and economically disadvantaged are excepted because they cannot make their voices heard, but for all others it seems to that the more you protest and complain  the bigger loser you are.

From this perspective it becomes obvious why the UK and the US are ruled by grumblers: they are the losers in globalization game. Their heyday as empires are gone. However, even bigger losers are the conservative Islamists who wants to become alpha males in Muslim states.

Contrary, the well-educated women who have escaped male oppression does not protest at all. That’s a very good sign. If the oppressors complain we know that the globalization goes the right way.

The little horse is released

November 12, 2012

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The little horse from Athens – the story of Demoex – is released. Hopefully this book can inspire the democratic movements around the world. Click to buy The little horse from Athens.

The book is translated

March 27, 2012

The little horse from Athens – the story of Demoex – is now translated into english. It will be published as e-book at Amazon.com when the layout is finished. In addition we will try to derive a manual from the book’s content on how to start a direct democracy online party and win influence.

Communication Circuit

January 13, 2012

Demand independent media in Libya

March 6, 2011

 

A war goes on in Libya – we assume. Gadaffi’s regime has opposed the independent press in an attempt to stop information from leaking out. If Gadaffi’s oppressive tactic succeeds, the free world loses influence.

The camera has become the new world’s weapon. The camera is a tool of peace, democracy and justice. It does not kill, but it can be used to reveal killers. In the transition to a more democratic and peaceful society, the camera plays a key role.

The UN should demand to send independent observers to document in Libya. The UN should also make very clear to the combatants that they will not be protected by laws of war. All crimes committed in the civil war should be punished.

If only one of the warring parties refuse to let independent observers make the war documentation, so the international community must not hesitate to help the other side – mainly by using satellites and Global Hawks to document the crime against humanity. Documentation is a virtue in itself. Documentation helps the innocent part, but  those who are guilty have everything to lose.