E. F. Schumacher a British economist and philosopher can take credit to
Small Is Beautiful: A Study of Economics As If People Mattered
He championed small, appropriate technologies that are believed to empower people more, in contrast with phrases such as “bigger is better”.
This very rational Philosophy applies to many applications including providing services and “governing” populations. “Politics” on all levels.
Important aspect is to keep activities small in scope and impact, allowing a maximum of freedom with a minimum of cost and interfering.
People matter and are as sovereigns supposed center of beneficial concerns not sources to stand in for disfunctioning political machinations and outcomes.
The sad reality of what we experience as democracy does not meet the needs nor enjoys satisfactory consent from most of those who are able to see, understand and realize the direction of all facets of political shenanigans.
Shocked dear reader ? Absorb what many Think Tanks, institutes across Canada, international comparison indicate or simply talk to the people on the street.
Look around how even relative small “authorities” fail to convert collected tribute into relevant and lasting value to the “ruled”.
There are no choices for the common citizen to opt out, no businesses could operate like this and survive,we need another model here.The sooner the better…
Benjamin Franklin refers to insanity as “doing the same thing year after year and expecting different results”
Political insanity is trumped not just by repeating but actually increasing the scope of those governing organs.
Great idea that Amalgamation, just outstanding (irony off)
What or who drives this idea?