Tag Archives: Political Change

The End of Governments?

The riots in London mid-August, the violent upheaval in Libya, the Egyptian experience; all these leave me asking a pertinent question – as Government officials come across more and more restless citizens, do they have the social and ethical right to … Continue reading

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The Creation of Democracy – Part IV

THE RULES OF BUSINESS This entry will shatter and hopefully offend a few people.  My aim here is to push buttons, pull strings, and unravel the stupidity of those who are running the economy.  Hell, I could do better.  Everyone … Continue reading

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The Creation of Democracy – Part III

THE CITIZENS‘ EXPECTATIONS What is expected of the citizen?  What should a citizen expect of his/her true Democracy and structure of governance?  This post will analyze these two very intense questions. Expectations and Self-Responsibility:  These are the two decisive points … Continue reading

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The Creation of Democracy – Part II

CREATION of LAWS With a change-over in government/bureaucratic powers and the shape of the constitution, the laws themselves and their protectors and promoters must come under scrutiny.  Effective immediately, every judge, lawyer and police officer is suspended of duty.  With the … Continue reading

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The Creation of Democracy – Part I

A NEW CONSTITUTION In creating a new democracy, we must toss aside all the laws, manners, mores and corruption of the old.  Step by step, of course.  We must draft a new constitution.  I hear already the screams that panic … Continue reading

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The Struggle for Democracy – Part II

GOVERNMENTAL REFORMATION Many friends, colleagues and acquaintances have asked in that rhetorical manner ‘how do we fix the system?’  The brutal answer is that we don’t.  The current oligarchic system of government works just fine – for those in power. … Continue reading

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The Struggle for Democracy

THE CURRENT STATE With the Election in Canada around the corner, I feel it is time to remind every one of a few basic points about the Canadian political Landscape: Canada is NOT a democracy, no matter how much the … Continue reading

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