our only real alternative is to build the next generation of self-governance that reclaims the powers we’ve surrendered to the government.
The Future of Governance is not Governments
Arthur Brock
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Not only have governments seized power, but more recently corporations have seized governments. All the political facades in the world are a thin veneer, which is why they are becoming more theatrical by the day. How can we take control away from them when they “own” the very things we depend upon for a functioning society? The assets that once were entrusted to governments for management are now very firmly in the ownership and control of private enterprise, defended by a militarised enforcement contingent, and not negotiable in terms of p2p …

I see this as the real problem to address.

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