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It is easy to sell, appears wise, benevolent even, and who could advocate the opposite?
‘Choose wisely’ and Professionalized Governance are an efficient and well camouflaged way to stop radical democratic ideas getting traction in Parliament or Congress or ever making it in to law.
But, they leave unaddressed the more urgent task of how to properly neuter the people at source – in their own minds.
How much better and stable it would be, for the Over Class, if the people voluntarily shied away from dissenting opinions rather than having to corral such opinions once they are voiced and people start voting for them.
I began to look at how this second front in the war on democracy might be fought, in part three.
I am one of those who thinks that democracy is being destroyed.
I know its fashionable to play cynical one-upmanship and say – ‘we’ve never had democracy’, or, ‘it was destroyed long ago’, but that game aside, I think its worth actually thinking about how, many forms of democratic expression, effective dissent and peaceful self-determination are being buried.
In “The Next Crisis” I argued that the Global Over-Class have decided that Democracy is a threat to their wealth and power and have more than likely given some thought to how best to neuter it while appearing to do no such thing. Democracy can be and must be neutered, and an effective way of doing this is to insist that amateur, elected officials MUST take the advice of professional (read corporate) advisors. If this seems monstrous now, their argument, I suspect, will be that in an increasingly crowded, interconnected and globalised world we can no longer leave critically important decisions in the hands of the uneducated, in-expert and amateur.We must, of course, still be free to choose but must, from now on, be helped to choose ‘wisely’.And how can we choose wisely if we aren’t given wise choices to choose from? No prizes for guessing who will decide what is and what is not wise. There is so much at stake and so much you and your representatives simply do not fully understand.You only need think how much legislation is already written by these ‘advisors’ and how many ‘experts’ are routinely seconded from corporations in order to ‘help’ the government departments regulate those same corporations to appreciate how far towards this we have already come.Two examples of ‘expert advice’ spring readily to mind.Back in May 2014 ‘Choose wisely’ is a good first step in neutering democracy.