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A blog by Leon Oudejans


The redundancy of politics (3)

If the Covid-19 pandemic has learned us anything then it's that politics is useless and (thus) redundant (my blogs). Either politicians deny or denied Covid-19 (eg, Brazil, Tanzania, UK, USA-Trump) with a disastrous result, or they exaggerate its impact on society (ie, < 0.1% cumulative fatality rate). The only country with a pragmatic approach was...

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Arrogance & ignorance – why people are so stupid

Over the years, I've written about arrogance vs ignorance (my blogs). These characteristics are each other's opposites: the arrogance of Left and ignorance of Right (2017) and the ignorance of Nationalism and arrogance of Globalism (2017). The link between ignorance and stupidity is quite clear (eg, Saturday's blog: We’re living in a golden age of...

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Big Tech crackdown in China, EU and USA

There appears to be a simultaneous crackdown on Big Tech in China, Europe and USA. The reasons and severity are, however, (very) different. Nevertheless, these crackdowns are related to the decoupling of business (eg, Big Tech) and politics. See my blogs on coupling-decoupling, and in particular: part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4 and part 5. In China, the political...

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The redundancy of politics (2)

In many countries, the belief system Politics is fighting with other belief systems (eg, Data-Info a.k.a. Big Data, Money, Religion, Science, Technology a.k.a. Big Tech, and the Truth). I think, feel and believe that this fight is similar to its death-struggle. Politics cannot win this fight as it's always divided and never united. If politics would be united...

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Click. Bait. Fight. Regulate. (2)

On October 20, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) announced an antitrust lawsuit against Google (WSJ). This lawsuit represents a clash between four belief systems, being Data-Info, Money and Technology versus Politics. In my 2019 update of the 7 Belief systems, I chose for an exit of Politics. Hence, this lawsuit will determine how fast the West will (not)...

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The redundancy of politics

 The centrifugal force in life and nature is - amongst others - responsible for the speed of Change, for polarisation, and also for eroding the middle in politics while strengthening fringe parties. In several countries, this force created bipartisan politics: Labour vs Conservatives, Nationalists vs Globalists, Democrats vs Republicans, and so on.In...

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