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Forum Post: The political process (analysis)

Posted 7 years ago on April 28, 2012, 5:56 a.m. EST by niphtrique (323) from Sneek, FR
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This post is an investigation into the reasons why politics often fails and why Occupy could fail as a political movement.

The political process is often ineffective in solving issues because the right course of action is too unpopular. The political debate appears to be about ideology and values but is in reality often about distributing money to interest groups. As the economies of Western nations are heading towards a structural decline solutions that remained out of the political debate for long will need to take the centre stage.

The following conditions make the political system ineffective in solving problems:

  • people tend to give disproportionate attention to trivial issues;

  • propaganda and thought guidance;

  • the political debate itself that is distracting the attention from important problems;

  • trigger words that make people react irrationally;

  • political parties being linked to specific interests and ideologies.

Because the political system is failing more and more issues are decided outside the realm of politics in an undemocratic way. Consequently a global governance of the elite or New World Order is emerging.

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