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Les idées (politiques), les médias et ..... les mises en œuvre éternellement pour plus tard ....


Michel Crozier

Le dernier billet j'ai arrêté en me demandent: Comment dépasser la rhétorique politique?

Le jour après un ami me parle de Michel Crozier, un sociologue d'organisations qui a entre autre travaillé sur la bureaucratisation, les systèmes et l'individu la dedans.

Si on observe un peu de l'extérieur la fonctionnement de la France comme état et société c'est assez particulier. Moi je suis né au Pays-Bas dans une sorte Aveyron Néerlandais l'Achterhoek et quand on voit la France pour la première fois, il y a des généralités  qui sautent aux yeux:

  1. La hiérarchisation (politique et société) sans fin  et sans cadre et très peu de conscience*
  2. Les idées semblent être plus importantes que la mise en œuvre (Laïcité, Droit de l'homme, la Constitution etc. etc. une liste sans fin.)
  3. La pire mariage institutionnel entre le capitalisme et le communisme
  4. Un carriérisme institutionnel (privé et public) individuelle, sans âme comme une fuite à l'avant chronique par une sorte de peur de soi-même. (Biensur très fort en lien avec le premier point!)
  5. Un drôle de paradoxe de l'amour vivant de la campagne et patrimoine et l'abandon de cette même ruralité (peut être en relation direct avec les quatre premiers points mentionné?).

 

* Si vous comprenez cette observation vous comprendriez pourquoi nous ne sommes pas encore commencer de mettre en place: la démocratie et l'état de droit. Nous sommes encore dans la cave de platon ou en visualise les images de la démocratie et l'état de droit sur le grand écran sans les vraiement mettre en oeuvre dans notre quotidien! Pour le moment nous sommes dans le spectacle avec notre pape François dans notre cave platonniène avec une cinéma politique pour le moment sans fin. ;-)

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Ce n'est pas que en France que cela existe, c'est dans tous les pays occidentaux bureaucratisé, mais la France porte un drôle de paradoxe en elle plus extrême que d'autres pays: les grandes idées humanistes (les lumières) et une hiérarchisation de société (envie d’être roi dans un domaine ou l’autre) comme une fuite à l’avant chronique contre l’esprit des lumières. Qui explique peut-être le paradoxe français : faire la révolution, sans faire la révolution en permanence. On essaie de faire de réformes fragmenté, mais il n’y a pas d’intégralité dans ces réformes, alors on proteste et on proteste, mais au fond rien ne bouge ! Seulement en retrouvant un sens commun partagé la réforme (la révolution intérieur) peux avoir lieu.

 

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Prise du site de Michel Crozier:

Mais oui, la mise en œuvre compte !

Il y a un an, le 23 Mai 2013, Michel Crozier se taisait. Il va sans dire que sa voix claire et directe nous manque. En 1998, il déclarait à propos des responsables politiques "la philosophie [des politiques français], c’est que l’idée est primordiale. Et moi, je suis en opposition très forte, c’est pas l’idée qui compte, c’est la mise en œuvre." En 2014, la France apparaît comme une société toujours "bloquée" et ses politiques n'ont pas changé. Finalement, ce débat ne repose pragmatiquement la question de la formation des hommes et des femmes politiques, et de tous ceux et celles qui participent à la construction des politiques publiques en France ?

 

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19/06/2010

Plato's bureaucracy cave (english)

 La version Française va paraître en septembre 2010

An integral overview of the consultation with the dutch State of Law

_______________________________________________________________

Doetinchem Tax and Customs Administration De Hutte Holding

Attn. Mr X.X Xxxxxxxxxx c/o Roquetaillade
Postbus 9024 12490 MONTJAUX
7000 HE DOETINCHEM France

The Netherlands

6 April 2007

Your reference: 64.57.602 (should this not be 64.57.502?)
Your letter dated: 26 March 2007

Re.: Notice of objection to assessment 64.57.502.V.70.0112

Dear Sir,

I would like to thank you for your letter dated 26 March, which I received this week on 3 April. The issue raised in the notice of objection should not be underestimated, or as you put it, “The issue that you bring up is an issue that goes beyond this notice of objection”. To a certain degree you are completely right and it should not be lying on your desk. It is more a matter for a constitutional court or other legal body that checks and reviews constitutional matters.

At the same time, the issue raised goes beyond a Dutch or even a European context. Thus, sooner or later the question will arise whether there is an independent body at all that can objectively look at the issue of the justification for requesting and paying interest, let alone administer justice on it, because:

  1. How can you question something when you are simultaneously dependent on and subject to it? How do you file a complaint against something, when the body that has to judge it is dependent on it for its own financial survival?

  2. How do you lodge a complaint against something that feeds millions of families, on the one hand, but excludes billions of people and/or makes them dependent, on the other?

  3. Can we raise our own consciousness and call ourselves to account or can we only condemn others? Incidentally, the latter is logical in a world that believes in competition between people and paper profit.

  4. How can we communicate openly and fairly about justice when the belief in competition, growth and profit has become more important than respect for humanity, society and the planet we live on?

  5. How do you question something when in politics, commerce, justice and religion we have unintentionally made it common practice to make and keep people dependent?

  6. Is there anything or anyone responsible at all in Dutch or European society, where we now consider it economic to be competitors? Who is responsible for the public and social interests and individual independence?

In your letter dated 26 March you say, “If you want to change the law, or, more generally, if you want to influence developments within society, you will have to convince a parliamentary majority within the current establishment of your point of view”.

There is no point in trying “to change the law”; rather, the challenge is "being able and permitted to live in the spirit of the law" and creating the practical conditions required for it. We are currently formulating hundreds of rules and laws to “keep everyone satisfied” and try to fix something that was broken from the start.

Because what is the origin of our mountain of laws and regulations? Party A (EURL Petit Château de Roquetaillade Aveyron), the one paying interest is not as well protected as Party B (de Hutte Holding BV), the one demanding the interest. As a result, we have unintentionally managed to make the bureaucratisation of society the most important priority for the economy. We have, therefore, imprisoned the economy (and politics) in a two-dimensional world of growth and paper profit that is not capable of differentiating between social priorities. After all, profit is profit no matter where it comes from.

For example, as a football lover I occasionally watch a game; the competition is exciting, the spectators come flocking in, the stadium is full, which is good for the (current approach of the) economy. Economically speaking, though, nothing has happened; we were entertained and
that’s it. Reducing the economy to a two-dimensional priority conceals the danger of humanity alienating itself from reality. And that is what we experience in today’s world: having our lives lived for us, powerless to change something for the better.

You write that I should address parliament, but they will say, “We are a small country and at this point we do not have much to say on the matter”. If we were to go to Europe, we would hear the same, “This goes beyond our responsibility and should only be examined at a global level”. The UN? Solution in sight? No, because we are (potential) competitors, so we will continue to fight for our own individual survival. So we allow fear to reign! Can a constructive breakthrough be made in such a situation?

No, because as long as we are competitors, an open and balanced dialogue will never come about and mutual trust will slowly but surely disappear completely. The mechanism at the basis for all of this is our belief in profit. This means that we automatically also create losers. Humanly efficient and economical?

Plato’s bureaucracy cave

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Party A works, does business and borrows money. Party B receives money under the protection of the law (In practice, this means that the law itself produces money – a miracle?). That way A and B keep themselves and each other captive, leaving them unable to find C, the exit, even if we would like to.

Equal opportunities, just and economic, or simply a mundane institutionalised bureaucratic abuse of power?

Instead of being the guardian of public interest, the government has unintentionally become the “mafia boss”, chronically hazarding safety and mutual trust in society and protecting the out-of-control bureaucratisation against an everyday, independently functioning democracy, a responsible constitutional state and a healthier living environment.

!!!!!!!!!

The assessment is based on profit that is too high, as it consists of a bureaucratic illusion, an arithmetical leverage at interest, profit, dividend, etc. The illusion that has alienated us from reality. In this situation we cannot hide behind a parliamentary majority or hundreds of laws and regulations for subsequent compensation, given that the law and article 1 in particular are not currently being complied with.

Article 1
All persons in the Netherlands shall be treated equally in equal circumstances. Discrimination on the grounds of religion, belief, political opinion, race or sex or on any other grounds whatsoever shall not be permitted.
 
Economic apartheid and discrimination are the drivers of the current politico-economic system with the government as the so-called impartial policymaker and the legal system as independent referee. But, by opting for mutual competition, the government unintentionally opts for the winners. Gone are impartiality, independence, individual and collective responsibility. Are we simply system guards or are we, from the office we hold, trying to independently make a contribution to healing a society striving for justice? Because it is there, no matter how modest, as a gopher or gasbag, as a civil servant or prime minister, that democracy begins and nowhere else, no matter what the ladies and gentlemen in politics try to tell us and them.

Your intention to dismiss the notice of objection is humanly understandable, but it illustrates the social prison that we have created, in which the system decides for the people, who are only capable of guarding the system, thereby denying their own possible contribution and leaving democracy and the constitution irretrievably behind. Of course, the issues raised in this notice of objection should ultimately be discussed in parliament, but when ordinary people saddle institutional democracy with their responsibilities, the very basis of everyday democracy of, for and by the people is on its deathbed.

This notice of objection seeks to democratise the economy, to free it from its two-dimensional bureaucratic prison. This notice of objection, then, does not intend to change the law, but to take it seriously. For the sake of clarity, I do not agree with your intention to dismiss this notice of objection, protecting bureaucracy at the expense of free and integrated entrepreneurship that benefits society. We can certainly laugh at that, especially at ourselves and our game of bureaucratic hide-and seek.

Kind regards,


Peter Hoopman

De Hutte Holding BV