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29 janvier 2010 5 29 /01 /janvier /2010 17:25

Whenever a community is formed, it is built around a creed, an idea flagship one wants to track and turn it into every day's reality.

The individual who joins this community is motivated, first and foremost by its flagship idea. He joined out of conviction and, as his motivation, he is mobilizing more or less actively to defend and promote this idea. In a word, he keeps the community alive.

But inevitably, when the community takes shape, some internal organization must also be created, and a more or less hierarchical structure then starts up. The hierarchy becomes greater as the community grows. And, inevitably, within this community appears individuals who wish to place themselves advantageously in the pyramid that was thus formed.

Thus, from a certain size, our community generates 2 types of motivations: one, noble, consists on support and adhere to a credo, and another, more prosaic, which aims to position oneself comfortably within it. Naturally, one does not preclude the other. But since a large proportion of people opting exclusively for the prosaic way, the community is threatened and suffers from what might be termed as a crisis.

The social organization of a nation is in permanent crisis from the moment on no creed can mobilize the vast majority of its members and only remain the whims of social climbing. When, as is the case in our "democracy" today, the creed of politicians - promised, by definition, to a destiny of senior officials – is nothing more but a speech aimed at mobilizing crowds, and their real aspirations are nothing else but personal, the crowds in question finally feel it and react with disinterest if not with anger.

This is exactly what is happening now. Votes can not mobilize citizens anymore. They feel they are no longer represented or even heard by those who only care to appear on the political scene.

The situation is catastrophic because the machine run out of control. The social crisis is only part of the problem. The economic aspect is obvious, as much as the ecological aspect.

In fact, consolidation can be considered as a complete overhaul of the social and economic organization. And that is exactly what is presented here.

A world governed by holocracy is supposed to consider all these aspects to keep within a reasonable frame.
In fact, several completely innovative ideas have been proposed to address all elements of the crisis that we suffer.

The first is that power is given to people as a whole, something that has never been tried anywhere before. Then there are mechanisms in place to enable people to act directly on the parameters that affect their social and economic life, as well as their concerns at a given moment (at the moment it's, no doubt, ecology). Thus, we are dealing with a system that puts our future in our hands, neither more nor less.

It is sure that not all will take this available power to them. Therefore, there is talk of 2 categories of people: the citizens (who have rights and duties) and holocitizens (who will have responsibilities in addition). But everyone can freely become an holocitizen, it is sufficient for him/her to apply ...

Now there is only one thing left to do: wait until the idea makes its way to eventually become obvious to all. And in the meantime, feel free to read and reread the manifest of holocracy.

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