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Red Fox
Posted over 1 year ago
What will it take to move our nation and then the world to the place where we value and nurture people.
First, start with Capitalism in its present form, it's outlived its usefulness, past its use by date, it needs serious 'tweaking' in the 21st century to have any hope of sustainability. It's beyond consuming the populous and is now consuming itself in a futile attempt to remain viable. Second, abolish all shareholdings. Money will always take precedence over Man. Third, force Governments to take back control from the Corporation. Remove Corporate control and interest in governments, whom once upon a time served the people, and put responsibility and accountability directly back onto government for their 'duty of care' to the people. There is no such thing as a 'Democracy' anymore, that has been eroded over time by the Corporate sector. We now live in what I call a 'democratically elected Dictatorship'. Clean these three up and we can transfer monetary value to human value and begin the 'nurturing' process. I can see what's wrong with our system but unfortunately not academically skilled enough in coming up with answers.
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Red Fox
Posted over 1 year ago
What book have you read that everyone should read and why?
Being new to TED you'll have to forgive me for not knowing exactly how it works, but… David…Bjorn Nordenstrom inserted two wires directly into breast cancers in women and by passing an electrical current through those wires was able to destroy the cancer. Another name which will fade into obscurity due to lack of information. We all have electricity in our bodies and electro medicine is a fascinating area of research, not that I know too much about it, but it does prompt considerable thought. Elisabeth…All research and published findings can be tainted or biased by selection. Figures and statistics can be manipulated and distorted to suit vested interests and promote the masses to consider such findings based solely on that which is presented to us in the material published. For lay persons such as myself it is our job to read between the lines of published material and question.
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Red Fox
Posted over 1 year ago
What book have you read that everyone should read and why?
For those who wonder why true researchers are a thing of the past and present day researchers are bound by an agenda set before them by those who fund such research "The Body Electric" by Dr Robert O Becker, twice Nobel nominated makes a riveting read for whomever is interested in the betterment of mankind at large. Stem cell research, tissue and bone regeneration and the possibility of enabling the disabled to walk again is an exciting concept, and seemingly may not be beyond the realm of possibility should his research ever be rekindled. His funding was withdrawn because he went against advice to not publish his findings and published anyway, hence incurring the wrath of the establishment resulting in his funding being withdrawn sending him into early retirement. As happens with most true researchers of the past, he is now banished into the mists of time and forgotten.