History, theory, and slavery, a set of posts

Update on short thread of today’s posts.
I will leave this thread as is for the moment but suggest its relevance and importance. Modern society has no correct evolutionary or historical frameworks, none. And professionals are in general belligerent as to the foundational issues, in reality almost all wrong. Science has been miscontrued in the fields beyond physics and biochemistry.
Professional historian, Darwinians, and note even physicists will reject the logic of history we have found, But their opinions are mostly worthless.
For over a century the entire professional caste starting with biologists has been confused by Darwinism, made it a dogmatic ideology, no doubt due to capitalism, and corrupted every field they have touched.
So I may excused for a curt ‘so long sucker..,.’ Continue reading “History, theory, and slavery, a set of posts”

1619 question, democracy and slavery in world history (and socialism) , the eonic model, and the nature of systems, theories, and causal fallacies

I put the posts on the issue of democracy, and slavery (1619) into one post, and will continue to add material, perhaps.

This kind of model cuts straight to the real issues. But it is tricky and requires study. But it shows clearly how world history is not a causal system in the usual sense. And that includes historical materialism. Best to stay with empirical histories and then carefully consider something like the eonic model. It is a crude and time and motion model that stumbles into a strange mystery, a dynamic that is completely unexpected and very difficult to resolve even though we can see what it is doing. Economic systems are subsystems and don’t direct the path of evolving civilizations, save perhaps in the short term. Marx was tearingf his hair trying decipher some epochal sequence in history. Suddenly we find the right way to consider that, viz. the eonic effect. But the results incomplete empirically and vast in scope.
One must be an avid reader of history to even start here, and even then it is hard.

The issue is not economic systems, but ‘evolution’, in some new definition, the evolution of civilization. Evolution, as Lamark first realized (despite his apparent goof on some aspects of adaption, if they were indeed goofs, in the era of epigenetics), in a crude sense: he spoke of two levels, etc…

We should note the argument here applies also, with modifications, to the emergence of socialism beside democracy. We can look at that in another post.

three posts: Continue reading “1619 question, democracy and slavery in world history (and socialism) , the eonic model, and the nature of systems, theories, and causal fallacies”

 America: In Remission Before Cancer Returns?

“Are we in an interregnum, a pause before we plunge into the abyss? Is the Joe Biden presidency just a temporary respite, the lull before the storm?In the pre-Trump era such questions would have legitimately been considered to be alarmism in the extreme. Today, however, Trump may be out of office, but the forces he has helped unleash, and which still remain, are cause for genuine concern. In fact, anybody who is unwilling to take such questions seriously is looking at the United States through rosy colored glasses.Out-of-control police forces, voter suppression and Republican-organized voter fraud, and demographic/geographic changes all combine with new repressive laws to threaten the very existence of capitalist democracy in the United States.”Full article:https://oaklandsocialist.com/2021/04/29/america-in-remission-before-cander-returns/

Source: [marxmail] America: In Remission Before Cancer Returns?

The eonic model, democracy macro and micro, and the future of the world system…Have you been brainwashed?

The eonic model is utterly simple, almost flimsy, and yet points to something mysterious and some surprising conclusions. People will demand a science of history. There is no such science without explaining the eonic effect. The secret of success is nothing more than a ‘time and motion’ study.
First the jargon here: the model point to transitions, of three centuries, the ‘divides’ at the end, and the change of potential from ‘system action’ to ‘free action’. For a model so simple to yield so many insights is almost uncanny.
Two examples are the divide period ca. 600 BCE and then 1800 AD in modern times, the modern transition.
Here is the strange correlation: democracy emerges twice in a row just before the divide (cf. Solon ca. 600 BCE, and the slow emergence of Athenian democracy, the American system just before 1800). That’s odd, but history bears it out: democracy is at first macro generated.  Note thus that in both cases this suggests macro action to induce democracy followed by free action, or free agency in his execution. In the Greek case (beside many republican experiments in the city-states) democracy is affirmed via Solon just at the divide and stumbles into existence by around 500 BCE and is gone by the end of the fifth century, two centuries. The current system status is the onset of modernity in the modern transition, a second birth, much stronger this time, in the US, soon a global phenomenon.
But now after the same interval, with uncanny precision, The US is suddenly beset with dangerous intimations of a failing democracy, fascist sub terrain, complete the portrait yourself. The US is in real trouble and a global cabal trying to destroy democracies is active, to make matters worse.
Please note the crucial fact that we live now in the phase of ‘free action’, with system action long gone. But this is not a deterministic model, not at all. We can detect our position and take action. But can we?

It is important to consider this material. It has a book, a PDF, is free but the culture of secular modernism is so brainwashed by Darwinian people literally freeze near the cancel culture at any suggestion to look a different take on evolution. This is a good way to check out the way you have been brainwashed by really bad science.
You must study the issue in secret, perhaps.

As to the future of democracy, there is no deterministic outcome: the citizen is the last resort for this future. So to speak.

Through the muddle of Marxism, the warning of Marx stands out: the capitalists will take over liberal systems.
But there are two issues here: the rot inside democracy that is still outwardly the form of democracy, versus the outright elimination of the whole system for something else.
In Athens, the endgame was the world of Alexander and his conquests.

True? That means the issue of ‘freedom, economics, and capitalism’ stirs into the mix, making failure, well, …probable? Make sure you are not a complete idiot, please. And scientists? If they can’t figure out the flaw in Darwinism, they won’t be much help. Scientists need to take a good look at themselves: For a century and a half, the entire cadre of trained scientists, PhD’s no less, have been confused over a simple statistical error in natural selection, pointed to by Hoyle in a one paragraph theory bomb for Darwinism, and close ranks with wrathful scorn of those who see the problem. And many are silent here.

Decoding World History ED 1_6dcdx

Quo vadis? the athenian tragedy, and the american…? March 30th, 2018 Source: Quo vadis? the athenian tragedy, and the american…? – Darwiniana

Source: The chilling precision of the eonic effect…is American doomed?…//Quo vadis? the athenian tragedy, and the american…?  – 1848+: The End(s) of History

The eonic model, democracy macro and micro, and the future of the world system…Have you been brainwashed?

The eonic model is utterly simple, almost flimsy, and yet points to something mysterious and some surprising conclusions. People will demand a science of history. There is no such science without explaining the eonic effect. The secret of success is nothing more than a ‘time and motion’ study.
First the jargon here: the model point to transitions, of three centuries, the ‘divides’ at the end, and the change of potential from ‘system action’ to ‘free action’. For a model so simple to yield so many insights is almost uncanny.
Two examples are the divide period ca. 600 BCE and then 1800 AD in modern times, the modern transition.
Here is the strange correlation: democracy emerges twice in a row just before the divide (cf. Solon ca. 600 BCE, and the slow emergence of Athenian democracy, the American system just before 1800). That’s odd, but history bears it out: democracy is at first macro generated.  Note thus that in both cases this suggests macro action to induce democracy followed by free action, or free agency in his execution. In the Greek case (beside many republican experiments in the city-states) democracy is affirmed via Solon just at the divide and stumbles into existence by around 500 BCE and is gone by the end of the fifth century, two centuries. The current system status is the onset of modernity in the modern transition, a second birth, much stronger this time, in the US, soon a global phenomenon.
But now after the same interval, with uncanny precision, The US is suddenly beset with dangerous intimations of a failing democracy, fascist sub terrain, complete the portrait yourself. The US is in real trouble and a global cabal trying to destroy democracies is active, to make matters worse.
Please note the crucial fact that we live now in the phase of ‘free action’, with system action long gone. But this is not a deterministic model, not at all. We can detect our position and take action. But can we?

It is important to consider this material. It has a book, a PDF, is free but the culture of secular modernism is so brainwashed by Darwinian people literally freeze near the cancel culture at any suggestion to look a different take on evolution. This is a good way to check out the way you have been brainwashed by really bad science.
You must study the issue in secret, perhaps.

As to the future of democracy, there is no deterministic outcome: the citizen is the last resort for this future. So to speak.

Through the muddle of Marxism, the warning of Marx stands out: the capitalists will take over liberal systems.
But there are two issues here: the rot inside democracy that is still outwardly the form of democracy, versus the outright elimination of the whole system for something else.
In Athens, the endgame was the world of Alexander and his conquests.

True? That means the issue of ‘freedom, economics, and capitalism’ stirs into the mix, making failure, well, …probable? Make sure you are not a complete idiot, please. And scientists? If they can’t figure out the flaw in Darwinism, they won’t be much help. Scientists need to take a good look at themselves: For a century and a half, the entire cadre of trained scientists, PhD’s no less, have been confused over a simple statistical error in natural selection, pointed to by Hoyle in a one paragraph theory bomb for Darwinism, and close ranks with wrathful scorn of those who see the problem. And many are silent here.

Decoding World History ED 1_6dcdx

Quo vadis? the athenian tragedy, and the american…? March 30th, 2018 Source: Quo vadis? the athenian tragedy, and the american…? – Darwiniana

Source: The chilling precision of the eonic effect…is American doomed?…//Quo vadis? the athenian tragedy, and the american…?  – 1848+: The End(s) of History

 The real competition with China: democracy and socialism done right

The future needs more than geopolitical rivalry, and the issue of democracy, while hardly the case with the US, will haunt the Chinese system if it attempts to control the future beyond barbarism, capitalism or not.
The US has an opportunity to produce a true ‘democratic socialism’ that can also deal with the issues of technology and markets. The pseudo-communism of the Chinese sphere is ironically a fatal weakness, while the same is true of the Us/West in a related but different sense.
Competing with China on technology in the context of US militarism is likely to destroy what is left of US so-called democracy, which, however, at least has a democratic format, which can be upgraded (in a miracle of possibilities) while the Chinese case is stuck in a Stalinist hangover.

While predicting an immediate boom in the U.S. economy “that could easily run into 2023,” Dimon had grimmer news on the future as well. “China’s leaders believe that America is in decline,” he wrote in his annual letter to the company’s shareholders. While the U.S. had faced tough times in the past, he added, today “the Chinese see an America that is losing ground in technology, infrastructure, and education—a nation torn and crippled by politics, as well as racial and income inequality—and a country unable to coordinate government policies (fiscal, monetary, industrial, regulatory) in any coherent way to accomplish national goals.” He was forthright enough to say, “Unfortunately, recently, there is a lot of truth to this.”

Source: Opinion | Who’s Rising and Falling on Planet Earth?