This website will orient you toward a winning strategy to separate order from chaos and start restoring equilibrium and safety to the nation.
Our country lapses into chaos. Politics often act as an obstacle to solving problems instead of the means to improve the well-being of citizens. Additionally, common sense disappears in favor of propaganda and utopia, creating resentment and dissatisfaction in large sectors of the population. Therefore distinguishing reality from appearances challenges the population as the media forsake truth and disseminate partisanship.
Let us orient ourselves toward a winning strategy to see political chaos overcome. Let us
“That this nation under God shall have a new birth of freedom, and that government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth.”
Abraham Lincoln, Gettysburg Address.
The great error of our modern civilization based on technology is to overly value change, and progress. Accordingly, many expect progress by itself to bring solutions to our essential problems. In this faulty idealism nothing permanent could have value, only novelty matters. Hence people believe that as technology improves, progress is made and older values have to be abandoned. There is even confusion between technical progress and intelligence. Consequently modern man thinks his intelligence is superior to people who inhabited the earth centuries ago. It is easy to disprove this fallacy.
The ingenuity of an Eratosthenes, who two centuries BC measured the radius of the earth in Egypt, is not any less than that of the scientists that invented GPS. And technology is not born full grown either. It is flawed when first used. As an example, Logarithmic Tables, two centuries ago gave seven digits accuracy to calculate orbits of comets. When first introduced, computers barely gave four digits accuracy and it was only by introducing “double precision” that the early IBM computers could rival the slow and difficult to use but more accurate logarithmic tables.
Education today is synonymous with technology. It should have as goal to teach how to think right, and teach how to distinguish truth from utopia. But despite great expenses in technology, there is more inability today to use logic in day-to-day applications. The abandonment of history and arts in favor of flawed interpretations of technology produces citizens that easily fall prey to propaganda, making it hard to see political chaos overcome.
If technology produces truth, and logic and reason play no role, one can forgo convincing political opponents in a civilized manner. Therefore any method to discredit the other party is acceptable. The result is that cities do not exist for the citizens but are considered to be places with large numbers of voting machines to be exploited in order to win elections. The gap between citizens and elite groups grows wider.
Common sense appears not so common anymore. The reality of nature or tradition or history do not influence common sense. It draws its foundation from polls of sectors of the population. The majority could be wrong but polls can overcome common sense and make it even harder to see political chaos overcome.
One thing technology really fosters is the ability to analyze great amounts of data and use scientific methods to reveal true trends and factors affecting the outcome of events. Therefore improved observations can orient toward finding the causes that produce unwanted effects. Winning strategies help the military win wars, they work out protocols for medical care, and so can influence people to to overcome political chaos. Thus our blogs will consider these strategies in detail. Stay tuned.
Winning strategy must include reconquering the media to make it serve the public instead of propagandizing, and publishing novels that give not only entertainment but a picture of how we could see political chaos overcome.