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03/01/2012

Is there an alternative course?

La version Français se trouve ici.

De Nederlandse versie "Hoe dan wel?" is hier terug te vinden.

Die Deutsche version  "Wie dann?" kann mann hier zurückfinden (ist dass Deutsch?)

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Enclosure II with the appeal of De Hutte Holding BV versus the Tax and Customs Administration, case number 07 / 2920 VPB 77 21 december 2008

 

What’s the alternative course?

 

Integral (integrated) economy
Today, we are experiencing several crises at the same time, all of which are interrelated below the surface and all of which come down to one and the same synthesising question: How can we co-exist? While the theoretical answer to this question is fairly simple, it is much harder to put it into practice – it takes two to tango. ;-)

A. The foundations of society
A healthy and living foundation for society requires certain conditions that promote life and survival. The simpler these preconditions are, the clearer and thus more effective they will be. What needs do we all share? The need for drinking water, food, clothing, shelter, education and health care. The constitutional state is responsible for these conditions and maintaining the foundation of society while we, the people, are responsible for the practical concretisation of this foundation by working together. In political terms this means solidarity and the ability to share what we have and what we need.

B. The absolute necessity of integrated individualisation
Without integrated individualisation, the foundation of society is doomed. If you understand this interaction, you have the seeds of the pragmatic concretisation of a fairer society within your grasp. No political, social or commercial (market) party (whether majority or minority) can claim the exclusiveness of the foundation of society. That foundation is humanity as a whole and disallows any exclusivity on the part of any single individual. Once the preconditions for the foundation of society have been met, this will automatically create a breeding ground for integrated individualism, which is nothing other than the complete freedom to develop as an individual. This self-development should not, of course, be at the expense of the foundation of society. In political terms, this can be called integrated individualism, integrated liberalism. We can then put the synthesis of the foundation of society and integrated individualism into practice and call it integral economy.

This can be summarised as follows: everyone is an entrepreneur who, through co‑ordination, communication, practical actions and feedback, gradually improves the living conditions of the individual and the collective.

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24/12/2011

Among Believers

 La version Français se trouve ici

 

Tax and Customs Administration                                                                       
PO Box 9100                                                                        
7100 HA WINTERSWIJK                                                                        
The Netherlands


                                                                        6 November 2006


Copy to : Prime Minister J.P. Balkenende and the Supreme Court

- Under fearful believers -

Reference:            64.57.502.V.XXXXXXXRe:             Writ of Execution

Dear Sir/Madam,

Are we but insignificant cogs in a big machine? A machine whose most important objective is to produce money, to grow and to make profit? Can we use this money to resolve social problems both at a national and an international level? Or has money actually become a key part of the problem? For instance, can famine, disease, education and environmental challenges be fixed with money? Nowadays, money has become a goal in itself, resulting in it leading a life of its own. In the Middle Ages, God was the answer to ‘all evils’, but that also meant that society was imprisoned by a religious elite who’d confiscated the exclusive rights to God. There’s nothing essentially wrong with God or money, but when they appropriate the most important role for themselves, this creates a certain type of world and we are made subordinate to the laws we dreamt up ourselves, whether they represent God, money or something else.

Just suppose I’m going to fool you that the moon possesses special powers and that every time you look at the moon you have to pay me 20 cents. Or you take out a subscription and pay ten euros a year allowing you to look at the moon as often as you like. This may be a ridiculous example which you’d never fall for, but with God and money we have succeeded in fooling ourselves and others into this. So why wouldn’t this work with the moon or the sun, especially when I have an army and a judiciary on my side, completely independent of course (but still completely dependent on the system, faith or science).

 

Is money in itself worth money?
If this were actually the case, then nobody would have to work anymore, which just wouldn’t work. Therefore, it’s vital that there are enough people, and governments of course, who believe that money in itself is worth money.


Is looking at the moon worth money?
In the end, it’s a question of what we want to believe, how convincingly it will be presented and what sanctions there may be for the unbelievers. Power and fear can imprison a society for centuries, even if nobody actually wants that. I don’t blame the Tax and Customs Administration for doing what it does; after all, that’s what it was appointed to do and even that was logical initially. Nonetheless, I think it’s important that we understand that we’re all in the same boat, and as long as we keep seeing each other as competitors and/or accomplices to defend our own interests, breaking through to a more sustainable and just world will continue to be impossible. A government which subordinates itself to a system that makes the rich richer and makes society increasingly dependent loses its credibility and breeds chaos and human impotence to change things for the better. This latter point is impossible because we have to remain subservient to the law that money in itself is worth money. Other priorities are eclipsed by this and will remain as such because making money is the most important ‘economic’ priority. As a result, we’ve created a Catch 22 situation: first make money, and then we can use that money to fix the problems. I don’t know how much longer we can continue to fool ourselves and each other with this little fairytale, but it just doesn’t work in practice.

 

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22/12/2011

La seule économie au fond de la vie..

 

 

.... c'est l'évolution de notre propre conscience.

 

 

 

bonnes fêtes

04/12/2011

Goldmann Sachs, les nouveaux maitres du Monde (Canal+)

 

A voir aussi: Cleveland contre Wallstreet, qui montre selon moi bien la complexité du système. Façon parler c'est facile de dire c'est la faute de Goldmann Sachs, c'est vrai et en plus le plus haut que nous sommes dans l'actuelle hiérarchie, le plus responsable nous sommes. Mais si nous ne voyons pas notre propre fonctionement on va jamais voir l'intégralité de la problématique.

Quand Sartre a dit, l'enfer c'est l'autre, ça veut aussi dire l'enfer est aussi dans nous-même. Seulement par rendre conscience de notre propre fonctionnement dans le système, nous pouvons changer le système. Si on continue de dire c'est la faute de "Goldmann", "le PS", "la droite", "la media" etc. nous ne voyons pas l'intégralité des choses.

A lire aussi:

Pouvoir et intégration

Tous au Larzac, la lutte contre Sarkollande 

30/11/2011

Tous au Larzac, la lutte contre sarkollande dans nous même. ;-)

La fossée entre politque et peuple est enorme aujourd'hui. Il y a presque quarante ans la lutte de Larzac est commencé.

Peut être aujourd'hui on doit se demander c'est quoi l'origine de la fossée entre le monde politque et le peuple?

Les différents moyens de (sur)vie?

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15/11/2011

Quelle marché.................!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!????????

 

source: Reuters

La BCE achète de la dette italienne après l'adjudication

lundi 14 novembre 2011 13h05
 

 

LONDRES, 14 novembre (Reuters) - La Banque centrale européenne a commencé à acheter de la dette italienne sur le marché secondaire, en raison d'une montée des taux de rendement à la suite d'une adjudication d'obligations à cinq ans lundi matin.

Cette adjudication de trois milliards d'euros a produit un rendement de 6,29%, le plus haut depuis l'introduction de l'euro, coupant court à l'effet apaisant qu'avait produit la nomination de Mario Monti à la présidence du Conseil italien.

Les marchés se recentrent maintenant sur l'ampleur de la tâche que Mario Monti doit accomplir, ce qui ne les rassure pas.

Un trader a dit que la BCE achetait du papier à échéance 2018 et un autre a signalé qu'elle portait son effort sur le papier de quatre à cinq ans.

Le rendement du papier italien à cinq ans gagnait deux points de base à 6,55%, après un pic de séance autour de 6,63%. (Kristen Donovan, Wilfrid Exbrayat pour le service français, édité par Dominique Rodriguez)

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26/10/2011

Sauver l'illusion par l'illusion

Non, je ne suis pas contre l'euro, ni l'europe, je suis "contre" l'illusion de l'euro, francs français ou florin etc. etc. (C'est un peut ridicule d'être contre une illusion ;-) )

 

Je ne suis pas non plus contre l'état, dans les années à venir on a besoin l'état intégré, plus que jamais pour faire la transition d'un economie dominant et illusoir nourit par nous même vers l'économie d'un réalité quotindienne.

Je sais c'est pas gagné! Pour le moment nous restons des esclaves et prisonnniers entre culpabilité (dette) et recompense (profit.)

Dans l'abstrait ces sont des illusions! Pas pour juger mais pour se rendre compte (voir!)

 

La caverne bureaucratique de platon

 

Comment sortir?

Bonne question! Se rendre conscience, ce q'on en train de faire.

Aujourd'hui c'est l'économie indirect qui a gagné et qui nous règnons, mais c'est nous qui aliment cette illusion bureaucratique. Et dans cette illusion nous jouons un jeux de pouvoir avec au bout de compte que des perdants. Nous les croyants! ;-) Nous avons besoins de renouveler les vrais priorités de la société, locale et internationale. Sans partage et justice nous resterons sur le champs de bataille en detruissons nous même et l'autre. Le libre marché devient possible si nous retrouverons les prioritées quotidiennes.

Mais c'est vrais c'est une idée difficile à vendre. ;-)

 

Est-ce que la réunion aujourd'hui en Bruxelles sert à quelque chose?

Oui et non, à mieux "ils gagnent du temps", pour sauver la système quelques mois ou un année. Par la logique de l'economie indirect, les intstitutions nationale et Européen sont déconnecté de la réalité économique du quotidienne.

Aujourd'hui la politique, l'état ne fait plus parti de l'économie direct. Elle vie façon parlé dans l'exclusivité, sans racines dans la société. Si l'état faissiez parti de la société ils se rend compte on doit vivre avec ce qui est disponible. Aujourd'hui nous avons créé une carotte pour courir sans fin derriére (l'illusion bureaucratique.)

Si nous avons besoin de vivre avec ce qui est réellement là, la réunion en Bruxelles façon parlé s'explose par la panique et la peur. Parce que ça veut dire qu'ils ont perdu leur positions exclusif, hors la société.

Psychologiquement on doit trouver une passage partiellement basé sur l'ancien (actuelle) système et la nouveau système dans laquelle nous apprendrons de vivre avec ce qui est disponble en participant et pas comme aujourd'hui par prendre mais par se rendre compte que sans partage et justice on ne va pas sortir l'auberge (bruxelles ;-).

http://www.pauljorion.com/blog/?p=29947#comment-244823

16/10/2011

Chansons de guerre

Avec les elections pour le moment "sans intérêt" à venir:

Change le mot "guerre" par "concurrence" et demande vous est ce que nous sommes si différents?

Hitler, le chef des conspirateurs nazis jugés maintenant devant vous, disait paraît-il, en parlant de leurs projets guerriers : « Je donnerai une raison de propagande pour commencer la guerre, peu importe qu’elle soit vraie ou fausse. On ne demandera pas au vainqueur s’il disait alors vrai ou pas. Pour commencer et faire la guerre, ce n’est pas le droit qui compte, c’est la victoire. Le droit est du côté du plus fort. »

                                    Un des plaignants lors du procès de Nuremberg

 

 A lire aussi Stratégie du choc

Quelques questions pour approfondir le débat poltico-juridico- économique.

 

Come you masters of war
You that build the big guns
You that build the death planes
You that build all the bombs
You that hide behind walls
You that hide behind desks
I just want you to know
I can see through your masks.

You that never done nothin'
But build to destroy
You play with my world
Like it's your little toy
You put a gun in my hand
And you hide from my eyes
And you turn and run farther
When the fast bullets fly.

Like Judas of old
You lie and deceive
A world war can be won
You want me to believe
But I see through your eyes
And I see through your brain
Like I see through the water
That runs down my drain.

You fasten all the triggers
For the others to fire
Then you set back and watch
When the death count gets higher
You hide in your mansion'
As young people's blood
Flows out of their bodies
And is buried in the mud.

You've thrown the worst fear
That can ever be hurled
Fear to bring children
Into the world
For threatening my baby
Unborn and unnamed
You ain't worth the blood
That runs in your veins.

How much do I know
To talk out of turn
You might say that I'm young
You might say I'm unlearned
But there's one thing I know
Though I'm younger than you
That even Jesus would never
Forgive what you do.

Let me ask you one question
Is your money that good
Will it buy you forgiveness
Do you think that it could
I think you will find
When your death takes its toll
All the money you made
Will never buy back your soul.

And I hope that you die
And your death'll come soon
I will follow your casket
In the pale afternoon
And I'll watch while you're lowered
Down to your deathbed
And I'll stand over your grave
'Til I'm sure that you're dead.

 

 

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07/10/2011

La stratégie du choc

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01/10/2011

Application before the European Court of Human Rights (6)

Sorry to those who waited a long time.

Part One

Part two

Part three 

Part four

Part five

The economic market is not merely a meeting of supply and demand, of goods and services. No, the economic market is also the supply and demand of safety and justice. By isolating ‘safety’ and ‘justice’ in institutes, the awareness that their essence can only be brought to life by individuals will easily fade. The market is also a meeting of politics and the judiciary and if these do not integrate within the market of goods and services, protectionism and economic apartheid will be the logical consequence.

 

Displayed in a diagram, this is as follows:

 

 

Financial world/dogmas and conditioning

legislative

executive

judicial

parliament

government

the courts

 

This is, roughly, the description Montesquieu gave. Then, as now, the financial world was spared. It exists, in fact, as a law unto itself, which emerges clearly in a saying by M.A. Rothschild (1744 – 1812): “Give me control of the financial system and I don’t care who makes the laws.” Or, more recently, as said by head of investment bank Goldman Sachs, Mr Lloyd Blankfein, on 8 November 2009 in The Times newspaper: I am doing “God’s work”.

 

The diagram below shows how to redress balance and reciprocity in the contract between governments and the people. Here, the financial world has again been subordinated to governments, serving (economic means of communication) society instead of being in an unassailable position above all the parties (above the law) as is the case today:

 

 


 

 

 

Rights and duties of man
A curtailing of freedom and hence the burden on the individual and society.

No individual, country or institution can lay claim to exclusivity – here everyone is “equal”.

 

legislative

 

executive

 

judicial

parliament

government administration

the courts

financial world/religions/science

day-to-day executive: individuals in society

the integration of the economy into democracy and the latter into the constitutional state

 

It forces governments and individuals to keep the foundations and the structures as simple as possible and to remain in contact with the ‘essence’ of co-existence, respecting the individual’s essential and responsible role in the whole and trying to reinforce it by giving it meaning.

 

Because money plays an almost all-defining and simultaneously uncontrollable role, the question is whether we are still able to gain a purchase on a common frame of reference. The cult of the winner that dominates politics, economy and sports represents the gap between people rather than bridging it. This winner’s mentality in our middle-class belief in profit and growth has something unbridled in it, and has no single framework within itself. Profit wants more profit, growth more growth, money wants more money. The winner will always find a way to win.

 

Hitler, the leader of the Nazi conspirators who are now on trial before you, is reported as having said, in reference to their war-like plans: "I shall give a propagandist cause for starting the war, never mind whether it be true or not. The victor shall not be asked later on whether he told the truth or not. In starting and making a war, not the right is what matters, but victory. The strongest has the right." 

                                           
  One of the prosecutors at the Nuremburg Tribunal

According to the undersigned, this is the dominant logic within the contemporary politico-economic system. War is to be replaced by competition and the extent of injustice is, of course, incomparable.

This brings me to the question whether within the Dutch constitutional state it is presumed that something automatically becomes a social truth if you secure a parliamentary majority for it.

If the answer is affirmative, then this system of justice can neither be independent nor can it function in relation to the whole. A fair trial is then open to all kinds of provisos, restrictions and fears, and there is little room for the spirit of the law, conscience and individuality in relation to the whole.

It is conditioning that rules in that case, often out of fear, and we are not permitted to call it into question. It goes without saying that the issue in this application that is brought before the court goes further than the Dutch government, the undersigned and the European Court. However, the spirit of the law can only be resuscitated if individuals and bodies have the courage to act not only for their own good, but also for the general good.

 Part 7 end.