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Binding Chaos – Society vs Dissociation

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Kevin Flanagan
21st October 2013


“The world is long overdue for a completely new system of governance.

If there was ever a need for political representation or a paternalistic and opaque authority it has been removed by technology. Every political system we have tried has proven incapable of protecting human rights and dignity. Every political system we have tried has devolved into oligarchy. To effect the change we require immediately, to give individuals control and responsibility, to bring regional systems under regional governance, allow global collaboration and protect the heritage of future generations, we need a new political model.”
from – georgiebc.wordpress.com/2013/05/24/binding-chaos/

This week we are featuring 3 extracts from Binding Chaos the new book by Heather Marsh @GeorgieBC. Part 1 below is from the chapter entitled Society vs Dissociation. Share in any way you like with attribution (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)

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