Enabling a Decentralized World
The essay that follows is not intended to describe a solution, but rather to outline a process suitable for structuring, defining and developing a solution.
There is something in the wind, a subtle global emerging realization that there needs to be a different organizational model for world affairs. In my experience, when the time is right for a new idea or technology, it will often arise independently in many places all over the world. I sense an organically developing awareness that humanity should self-assemble under some form of a decentralized networked model which is different from what currently exists.
I think that time is at hand now, a time for emergence of an alternative to the dark “fourth industrial revolution” centralized monopolist/totalitarianism visions which are being so aggressively “shaped” and promoted by the World Economic Forum (WEF) and the affiliated organizations of the World Health Organization (WHO), World Trade Organization (WTO), United Nations (UN), and the great many global elitist organizations (such as the Club of Rome and so many others) who presume to know what is best for the rest of us.
Here is a hard question for me to tackle in an honest and objective fashion. Maybe it is a hard one for you also. What is really wrong with a centralized monopolist/totalitarianism command economy-based model, such as the WEF and its allies so actively promote?
After all, the big money seems to think that the China/CCP model works quite well. It is easy to pick at issues of censorship, propaganda, thought control, all of the known issues with centralized command economies, and the grinding dehumanization which seems to be a hallmark of every totalitarian regime in the written history of the world. The core problem w
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