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The Rise Of Emergent Networks – Part 2 of 2

 

“Sometimes the situation is only a problem because it is looked at in a certain way. Looked at in another way, the right course of action may be so obvious that the problem no longer exists.” – Edward De Bono, Author of Lateral Thinking

“Removing the faults in a stage-coach may produce a perfect stage-coach, but it is unlikely to produce the first motor car.” – Edward De Bono, Author of Lateral Thinking

A problem as old and pervasive as the one we face (See Part 1) is beyond the reach of any person to solve. It can only be solved with a Game Changer.

Changing The Rules Of The Game

An analysis in Game Theory …

Alternative Media – Piranhas Loose In the Shark Tank

 

“We are in an information war. And we are losing that war. I’ll be quite blunt in my assessment.” Hillary Clinton, testifying before Congress March 2011

You don’t even have to take Hillary’s word for it. The YouTube videos posted for CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News combined are out-viewed by RT alone at more than a 100:1 rate.

1 Million CNN/Fox/MSNBC views = 100 million RT views

Regardless of how you feel about their content, you should take note: People’s viewing habits are changing. Their impact on public opinion is profound, and will continue to grow.

The mainstream media is slowly dying, and they know it. CNN has lost 60% of their audience in the last 3 years. People are tired of having their news fed to them …

Western Civilization – Classically Liberal, Traditionally Conservative

 

Western Civilization’s success is unlike any other. Its lifespan has seen the destruction of hundreds of other societies, and at least six other civilizations. Each of its predecessors has followed the same life cycle, culminating in decay and destruction. (See: The Architecture Of History)

It has demonstrated an uncanny ability, unlike all others, to reform and reorganize itself, and adapt its success to each new age. Each Instrument of Expansion decays into an Institution, giving rise to an Age of Conflict as time passes.

First Instrument Of Expansion – Agriculture – Feudal farming, using serf labor. The Dark Ages were prolonged by excessive taxation and institutionalized religion. First Age Of Conflict – Medieval Wars. The Crusades. Witch …

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