“When the citizens of a democratic society no longer recognize that theyare the source of power for their elected leaders and they start to believe that their elected leaders are the source of power, instead, that societybecomes fascistic and can no longer call itself free.” Truthdig, Mr. Fish, October 23, 2018.
The above article will give insight into what dominator countries, like the United States of America, have done, still do, and will always do if the present world system does not change and take a different direction towards The Age of Cooperation and World Democracy. The Age of Domination, Conquest and Forced Compliance should be and needs to be ended by the installation of a true, authentic world-wide democracy of nations. If ALL do not agree, one nation cannot just do what it wants. True democracy means that all must do the best for all concerned on this planet. There is a saying: “If it’s not good for all, then it’s NO good at all!” The age of slavery and domination is over, or is it? No, it’s not! It’s still alive in many different and varied forms. However, many just do not see or don’t want to see.
Capitalism, as it is currently, is totally incompatible with democracy. There is no democracy, once you enter the corporate world. It is a CEO dictatorship run to satisfy only the investors and shareholders. The worker is merely a wage slave and can be eliminated when no longer needed, especially, if they want a fair wage. Eventually, capitalists will just move on to another place or another country for cheaper labor. Consequences for the former employees and for the natural environment are of no concern for the capitalist. It’s not part of the system to be concerned if they destroy the environment and the people living in that area where they were once employed. Capitalism is based, basically, on the vile maxim of the masters of mankind: “All for ourselves and nothing for other people . . . ” – Smith, Adam, The Wealth of Nations, New York, NY: The Modern Library, 1994, Print. Book III, Chapter IV, page 444
Meet John Doe, an ordinary guy who gets involved with an extraordinary newspaper woman. She gets a big idea that will move the whole country. This film reminds me of exactly what is happening now in 2015, yet, this film was made in 1941. We need a John Doe movement, or something like it, to change America and bring it back to its roots as the founding fathers envisioned how America could and would be, great in ideals, great in humanitarian actions, not like it is today, arrogant, self-righteous, greedy, corrupt, lost and decadent. I’m speaking as a whole because the American Dream is dying for many but there is still hope. Will America awaken and realize its true mission, not to be the absolute power in the world by force and violence, but a light, a light shining on a hill, a beacon along with many other nations of the world so together the nations of the world will help uplift humanity and change the planet forever into a world where all nations and all people in a truly democratic planet will help each other to have a better world to live in that is all of humanity’s dream.…