[pp.int.general] Freedom not Fear 2013 - September 7

Laboratorio Eudemonia eulab at hyperlinker.com
Sat Aug 24 18:48:23 CEST 2013

Dear Zbigniew,

cheers to you, too.

Yes, we can tell very intelligent things (like happened in the past decades) and leave the world as we found it. Demonstrants grow old, change. The protests remain always the same. The world too. For decades, for centuries.

Or we can play an elementary game: repeat, repeat, repeat the elements of a new culture till its officialization.

We must use demostrations not to CONTRAST the existent but to BUILD the world we want. In democracy States must be open to people, indeed THE STATE ARE ALL OF US. We must liberate our States from tyrants, from careerists.

Which success can have to fight control,
leaving the Power in the hands
of the State-men-for-life?

Our States must be liberated, our public jobs must be shared, assigned tempouraneously, among citizens who have the requirements necessary for the role and wish to serve. In this way it will be impossible for bad politicians, for cliques and Elites, to impose politics against good sense and common good.

Do you want to gather in meetings? Ok, perfect.
But use these meetings to BUILD the NEW, not to CONTRAST the OLD.

Instead to repeat the usual old soup, let us repeat a NEW SOUP: let us claim and claim and claim all together the right of fair participation at fixed time in public jobs. For ourselves and for all the people of the world.

And control and surveillance will automatically disappear!


Political strategies and social engineering

On 24/08/2013 at 12.00 Zbigniew Łukasiak wrote:

>People in any collective action problem face the dilemma - should I do
>the right thing and take the risk - or should I just ignore it. To
>resolve it people use many heuristic rules - but one of them is that
>'if others do the right thing then I'll do it as well' - this is
>especially important in every political situation - where being the
>singled out opposition can not only mean wasting your time but can
>also mean a much larger risk.  Demonstrations are a way for people to
>communicate - "we are with you - and this is not just empty words - we
>are here in person, we take the physical risk to be attacked just like
>you (even if only in a symbolic sense) etc".
>Demonstrations are

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