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5. Modern Society (5-5.2.3)
Written by Messiah   
Thursday, 06 July 2006

5.1    Society

5.1.1    Definition

Society is by definition a companionship or association with others, or friendly or intimate fellowship mand company. It is a voluntary association of individuals for common ends; especially an organized group working together or periodically meeting because of common interests, beliefs, or profession. It also pertains to the human race considered in terms of its complex structure of social institutions and organization and its mode of life. An enduring and cooperating social group whose members have developed organized patterns of relationships through interaction with one another. It is a community, nation, or broad grouping of people having common traditions, institutions, and collective activities and interests.

5.1.2    Faith in organic development

Since the dawn of the human race there has always been a need of some kind of order and control. The “If you don’t hurt me, I won’t hurt you” -thesis is of course the basic idea of organic development which we today call society. As soon as we do not hurt each others, we begin to share thoughts and resources with each others. The organic development and refining process of western democratic societies of today is based on one fundamental and basic principle: - “We are all equal”. This can seem untrue, as we can see different treatment of citizens. To understand the impact on individuals from a refined and developed society’s point of view, we also must possess a refined and developed understanding of the complete structure of society. At this level of analysis most individuals lack in knowledge and understanding and the whole structure of society is placed in the hands of faith. Faith in the society itself is vital! The society can not survive if its citizens do not have faith in its society.

5.1.3    EU and the size of strawberries

A very common negative discussion about modern society is why it has to regulate unimportant issues. A good example on this matter is the European Union and size regulation of strawberries. Of course it can seem unimportant for most people to regulate size of strawberries at EU Level, but then as mentioned above; to understand society, one must understand the structure. Otherwise the argumentation will be sorted into tools of manipulation or just not having faith in society.

Conclusion: the individual with such argumentations with negative influenses lack of faith in society or has other intentions than what the subject reflects.

Of course the society does not want regulate size of strawberries? If it would, how many other things can you come up with that also could be regulated. There are no limits. So why choose to regulate size of strawberries? The regulation was of course refined and established thru organic development. The initiating argument was a struggle between strawberry dealers about packaging that was raised above country level up to EU Level. At EU Level the argument was settled using a regulation of size of strawberries. But to get the whole picture, you must also understand why there was a struggle, how it was solved, who it affected and how. With this knowledge in possession an objective analysis is possible. And as you understand objectivity isn’t very common as its very complex to be honestly objective when argumenting against a highly developed society.

There are two alternatives to handle such arguments:

  • Have all knowledge needed for the specific subject and make an objective discussion of the argumentation.
  • Have skills to interpret the aims of the mind with the arguments and present it before the argumenting part.

None of the above is easy to accomplish. The later is the easier one, but includes the need of mind skills. It’s possible that the argumenting party does lack in faith of the society and therefore have inherited the subject of argumentation from others, without deeper understanding or any intention of generally being negative to the society. In this case you will serve both parties by making the argumenting part realize its own mistake. Everybody have the rights to loose faith in society, but everybody also have a responsibility not only to restore their own faith, but also others faith in society, to make society better. If the argumenting part is using the subject as a tool to make others negative to society, things can become complicated. The mind is a tricky tool and the best way to handle this is to present the argumenting parts aims (hidden agenda) before him/her. Normally such an individual present the society as the destructive entity and put his/hers own ideals as the better alternative. Nobody wants to be associated with destructive forces, so presenting his/hers hidden agenda is most often the turning point for this type of individual. We all have seen these types of individuals. They normally call them selves Socialists, Feminists, Vegans, Realists or what ever. The common thing that identifies them are their ability to follow and enhance the negative movements that unites major parts of society against the elite + they change ways to attack elite no matter what successful movement they use as disguise.

5.2    Grass roots

5.2.1    The greatest of all powers

The greatest of all powers are the power of the masses also known as the grassroots. One might think that individuals in the society elite are not a part of the grassroots, but they are. We all are. As soon as we’re not active in our profession, we are sorted into the great masses of grassroots. And as soon as someone acts in the name of others, he/she is acting outside the grassroot level. Grassroots are the great masses were all are equal by definition. If one manages to start movements at the grassroot level no one can tell were it will end. Playing around appealing to the great masses is a dangerous game. The power of the grassroots is the only true power of society. Many have tried to tame this power in history. But it can’t be tamed; it can only be delegated by the grassroots. When it happens, society elite is initiated and the first step in a turn of the repeating history, which we learned earlier in this dossier, also is initiated.

5.2.2    Faith in society

Faith in society is vital, which I have mentioned a number of times. On the boarder between faith in society and anarchy one can find societies greatest enemy. An enemy which for own reasons appeal to a lesser faith in society. History has many times proven that the masses will follow when strong individuals speak up for changes in society. The reason is simple; society is a structure which foundation can not and should not be changed to easy. The idea behind the built in slowness for changes is to be able to analyze the changes before and while they occur, as changes may get dramatic effects. However, this also creates an opportunity to use for the enemy of society. An opportunity to identify something that is important for the masses, that needs to be changed and then complain about the elite ability to change it. Such an act would most possibly create a lesser faith in society among the masses and the one who uses this opportunity will most likely be liked by the masses until he/she is exposed as having another agenda than the one he/she appealed to. It is important to understand the above and also to understand that changes in society are vital for the future of the society. This is how the society evolves and the structure how to change it is also a part in this evolution. Changes are Gods constant (mentioned later) and in some cases, as in history, history has to take another turn to make us realize our bad judgments.

If one are about to decide to decrease ones faith in society, one really owe society an extra thought. If words before the masses are that great, they really are not against society because the masses are the society. To appeal to a lesser faith in society is to divide the masses, to unite under created ideals, which are not built upon society or the masses, but upon own ideals. Its here one can identify the great enemy whom in many cases haven’t realized his/hers own misunderstanding of society. Many had good intentions, but did not understand how grass root movements evolve when initiated. Names such as Lenin, Hitler, and Mao are just some of numerous historical examples. Martin Luther of the 16th century must also be counted as one even if he is seen as a liberator from Roman Catholicism. History does not care about who is right or who is wrong. History just evolve and the effects onto society if Hitler had won World War II or if Luther had been executed by the Catholics etc, etc are interesting to think about, but why? It is more interesting to look at the similar forces that exist today and analyze their aims deeper.

Take a look at the Italian philosopher Antonio Negri and his appeals for anti-globalization. He is just a nutcase and should be treated as such. Globalization can’t and shouldn’t be stopped; it should instead be used to create a better world. This cannot be done without globalization, which all individuals with a working brain would understand if he/she used it. Of course there are a bunch of good intention individuals within the anti-globalization movement, but as a whole, it’s a complete joke, which builds its movements on individuals more appealed by personal power and unification with look-a-likes than global good. No, drop it and be a part of society elite instead and stop those bad forces that of course exist in a free society. Why not become the Luther of the modern world? There sure are similar problem out there to solve.

5.2.3    Anarchy

Anarchy exists before and after the existence of elite that run the society. Anarchy by definition means that the grassroots themselves run the society. This isn’t possible as there are many shared resources in society that needs to be maintained. Beside resources there are order, laws and regulation that would not work if no one would maintain them. Anarchy is a utopia for those who think they can survive without using the shared resources of society.

 

 


 
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