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New to Future Democracy? — Your Questions Answered

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New to Future Democracy? — Your Questions Answered

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Whether you have read parts of the book (http://future-democracy.info) already or not, here you can ask questions that are relevant for you and anybody else who is new to Future Democracy. As the author of the book and admin of this community, I will answer all your questions, or another community member will do so, and we can discuss everything.
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Where are the people?

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Yep, I got one question for a start: Where the heck are the people here? I mean, this is a more than just decent concept, and especially now with the Corona Crisis, people should nearly literally flock to brilliant ideas and solutions like this. Okay, most what I see and hear on the internet and also offline is nothing but whining, please-please, pessimism and passivity, all of which however do not help anybody anything at all (save getting an audience, apparently). But where are all the intelligent people, the people with foresight, call them the avantgarde or whatever else you like, why is this community here not yet swarmed by good people building a better now and tomorrow?
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Re: Where are the people?

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The problem lies with censorship, which comes in many different forms.

People simply are not aware of the community, the book, etc, because they never hear of it — and cannot find it with what they've come to trust in to search for information, namely especially Google. The internet is dead when you consider Google and the like, they killed it. They use the worst censorship infrastructure ever devised in human history, and totally control most of the people worldwide this way. You do not find what you are looking for, they push you to what they want you to see, as simple as that.

Most people still haven't found out (which is a recursive vicious circle, as they have become so dependent on, and trusting in, the "global players", which in fact PLAY: with the people!) that you need to use alternative search engines such as http://www.yandex.com from Russia to really find what you are looking for, what you are entering into the search box.

The second problem is: I contacted all the major alternative media channels in the German-speaking realm, and got nothing but silence from as good as all of them. I only had some contact with three, which however either also tried to censor-edit my publications or just wanted to be bellyrubbed but would not listen at all.

You need to reach many, many people and make them aware of a "new thing" such as this community or the book, to get even only a small portion finally really using it. This is called The Funnel in marketing. Only a portion of those who hear or read about something ever really check it out, sooner or often later. And only a portion of those who visit a website look at it at more depth, most wander off quickly to check their mail, look at cat memes, consume porn or whatever else of the zillion distractions from the important. And then, only a portion of those who remained will truly understand and appreciate the information. And even here the funnel does not end: Many will, for various personal or societal reasons, never find enough time or energy to actually get really active.

That's why it's so crucial to contact as many people as possible as convincingly as possible, favouribly also as often as possible, to speed up the process of leading the few truly intelligent and capable people here who as an actuall avantgarde elite can start off the process necessary to save mankind before it gets really too late. Theoretically, mankind may continue in its stupid and evil ways as before for still thousands of years and only then go wise, but it's a very slim-chance theory, considering the acceleratingly ever more destructive path of mankind ...

Therefore I ask everyone here to put in all the effort they can to make the book and/or community as widely known as possible, so we can faster build a better world together.
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Re: New to Future Democracy? — Your Questions Answered

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I think good things will eventually get talked about. Over time, more and more people will come here for sure. You cannot draw on grass to make it grow faster, just let water and sunshine do what they do, and things develop over time. I don't mean to be all passive, one sure can and needs to do things, being sunshine and water in a way, but also not exhaust oneself. That doesn't lead anywhere in the long run. Most of sunshine and water is out there, not within one single person's power. Or better put, make so that sunshine and rain reach the grass, and when needed water it actively a bit, but apart from that you must trust in nature and biology (or Earth/reality) and let things develop naturally. Provide what's needed, relax and wait and observe, enjoy the results. :)
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Groups Overview/Map?

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Just realized I also have a question: Is there an overview of already existing groups. communes, and so on, maybe even a map somewhere? I think that would add some nice flavor and be motivating some people even more.
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No, there's none yet, but I'm also not aware of any groups yet, and certainly there are no Democratic Communes yet. It will be an issue to discuss a bit later whether the risks outweigh the benefits or the other way round, or whether at least a partial overview, maybe with a map, makes sense, where all those groups and communes etc can be included that want it so, as long as they want it so. At a certain point it of course makes sense to have regional, later also continental maps, and finally a world map showing where Future Democracy entities exist. But this will grow through the Cooperation ASecs, it's still far too early for that I think. Soonest when the "Founrindg and Expanding" forum section starts getting crowded here, new and more suitable solutions will need to be introduced. Let's both of us keep your ideas in mind and either of us open them up for discussion in the community when it's due time. :)
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My question is: Is there some kind of organization behind it all, if so how many people? I mean like a group of people working together somehow, an association, club, party or whatever? Or is it all just a one-person mindchild of one single person VoysonM? It looks so overwhlemingly complex, the book seems to cover so many fields in some detail, I don't think this can be done by one alone. If that's not asked too much? Just out of curiosity, and trying to understand everything better ...
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No, there's no group — yet. I hope of course that Future Democracy will soon become a collective effort, that the book will be extended by experts in their various fields aka ASecs (Administrative Sectors). But so far it's really just been all my own work. But of course I've built on a lot of work others did before me, I "only" had to research, find, and read all that, integrate it with each other, and then I added a lot of further really solitary work, of research, deep thinking, development, scientific testing, including very big computer simulations for validation, and so on. I always see myself as not very special measured against what I think is the normal natural potential intrinsic to each and every single human being who's more or less healthy and intact, physiologically brain-wise at least. But I also of course see that I'm very, very special in my way of living, my learning, thinking, breadth of interests and so on. I started thinking about Eastern philosophy and wisdom and later also Western philosophy very early on, and actually long before that showed many unusual signs of above-average behavior and intellectual capabilities.

And on top of all that background, or as a result of that, I've worked for pretty much all my conscious life, all my best years, in learning to understand the world, and in finding solutions and developing even more and better solutions, where all around me people were just idling along in the form of tv, gossip, relationship troubles (ok, of those I also had my share a bit), computer games, partying, holidays, and buzzing their brains with alcohol and other drugs. I also watched a little tv, sometimes played computer games, and so on, but for the vast majority of my time I worked towards high goals, including the ideal society, of which Future Democracy is the current pinnacle of my work. (Other fields lie in computing, math, linguistics/language, psychotherapy, literature, music, fashion, and more, most still being in development. Society is naturally of the first and foremost importance.)

So the riddle is "simply" solved by my somewhat close-to-or-really-unique character, biography and way of living, my building on top of literally hundreds of the best of the best, thoroughly researched, collected, and studied in depth, and then worked upon, synergetically interdisciplinarily connecting all, and this for a period of over two decades now. Oh, and the fact that I have much much more than most people, as I do not need to work for my living anymore since many years, investing still very most of my time into important work projects (not for money, but for the advancement of mankind) instead of personal joys. I don't ask or expect anyone to follow my footsteps there, just regular-level cooperation would be marvellous and sufficient enough to make Future Democracy a reality already within our lifetime, which of course I would love to still experience, at least for a short time, more favorably of course for quite a longer time. :)
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