Posted 1 year ago on Jan. 20, 2013, 6:16 a.m. EST by cell81
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I am writing this because I wish to address the economic need of the developed world to shift into a new economy. This need is essential to the global economy because the developed world’s lack of being able to compete in a production base economy. The education and skill set of the developed world is geared towards: services, research & design and consumerism. The talk of moving education towards a modern technological state is not the only move needed. We must also talk about: sustainability, regeneration and other novel entrepreneurial enterprises.
Our world will not survive the type of consumption we are use too. Once, we add on other developing countries, we will most likely see an exponential raise in all sorts of natural abnormalities. This natural reaction to our consumption to resources is something we have to address. The best way for us to address this, I believe, is in a drastic shift in the way we live our lives.
The developed world is more incline for this drastic shift than any other. It has the dynamics necessary to alter its own reality and drive the world’s economic state. The system that is in place must change and the developed world is the only place it can be changed. The developing world is reliant on the industries that are already in place in the developed world. They must stay incline to adopt the systems in place and improve them. While, the developed world improves its own systems and develop innovative ways to stay ahead.
Quality and luxury goods cannot be the only thing that the developed world exports. There will have to be a need for a quality of life that only a developed world can provide. There will have to be need for the character that only a developed world can produce. It must be seen for its wealth in living within proportions and not consumption. Its commitment to serves, quality and understanding cannot be surpassed. Its commitment to a character that is unwilling to relinquish it progresses in: quality of life, established equalities, and other social progress.
It will have to do this so the developing world will keep looking up to it, or it will lose its grandeur. The developing world will look upon the developed world as just a product of happenstance. The hypocrisy of the developed world will allow corruption to gain the higher ground and rule. We will see degradation in all the progress we have made and the only way to survive will be to adopt a lapse in humanity.
Chapter 2 Moving into a Direct Democracy: I will have to state the obvious, that this change will most likely have to lead to a direct democracy. All the technology is in place for such a shift and all that would really be required would be, how to operate it? This will drain the need for self absorption and biases within government. This will require higher forms of character within social and public spheres. We will see a higher global demand for representation in every field. We will see drastic openings and needs for individuals that can think and provide for themselves. It will be closer to creating a universe out of nothing than talking about how someone is not doing something for you.
We have to move away from the idea that our government is here for us and that they must provide for our every need. We cannot think that someone else can solve our problems for us. We have to take on more responsibility and be allowed to it. We have to move towards a way of life that leads towards more freedom. The freedom must be within how we all move. We must be together in like and separate in kind. For example; I am like you but I am the kind of person that will not want to stay like you, if you are for war.
We will have to talk about the peaceful shifts in governments and economics that will allow the world to operate in a desirable way for all. We have to produce the things that a world will really want or need. Otherwise, we are destined to fail.