We’re 8 months into the lockdown of 2020. By now, many understand what’s happening and can see the globally orchestrated talking points and the all-out coordinated takeover of society. Amidst the darkness, this article and 2 short videos is my lamp. Ready? Let’s leap…
“A problem well stated is a problem half-solved.” — Charles F. Kettering, Head of Research at General Motors from 1920 to 1947
The offshoot of Kettering’s quote is that a problem not fully understood is pretty much unsolvable.
So what exactly is the problem we’re facing? Is it medical, economic, systemic or something else?
You’re here because somebody who cares about you invited you. Someone who thinks like you do. Someone that doesn’t buy into what is happening in the world right now.
We discovered — despite what the media says — that there are millions of us. We’re just not visible, yet.
Millions that don’t want to unquestioningly wear masks, that don’t agree with the experimental jabs labelled as ‘vaccines.’
We thought it would be useful if there was a way to find each other, below the Karen-radar. So we created an interactive online map.
You can see the interactive map these questions refer to here and you can read an introduction to the map here. For questions about the book, see Society 4th.org. We’ll add to these FAQs as we receive additional questions.
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Society 4.0 (also known as 社会 4.0 in Simplified Chinese, समाज 4.0 in Hindi, جمعية 4.0 in Arabic, Société 4.0 in French, Sociedad 4.0 in Spanish, Gesellschaft 4.0 in German, and Maatschappij 4.0 in Dutch), is a term and concept that describes the societal evolution taking place during the early 21st Century.
Society 4.0 is the meta-community that recognizes the urgent need to redesign the value systems, reward systems, and social contracts underpinning modern society.
Great article, thank you.
It may be worth mentioning that Hobbes also influenced the wording of the Declaration of Independence. For example, the pursuit of happiness—rather than the attainment of happiness—is a concept that is consistent with Hobbes’ view of the world.
Another worthwhile thought piece is one of Einstein’s quotes, since it seems to summarise what we should consider as more and more people start questioning the basis on how we have lived life over the past 500 years or so:
“The most important decision we make is whether we believe we live in a friendly or hostile universe.” — Albert Einstein
Our world is in trouble. Now more than ever, it is clear that our leaders have no idea how to lead effectively. Society is evolving quicker than our business, civic and spiritual leaders are, and certainly quicker than our systems are adapting. As we rethink what we’ve come to accept as ‘normal,’ what might an evolved leader look like? Are you ready and able to be the source of inspiration others turn to during times of crisis, during this time of transition?
The aim of this essay is not to convince you of what is right or wrong, but to…
After many years of involvement in the sensemaking and systemic shift space, it’s become fairly obvious that no systemic change will occur without a meaningful incentive — it is simply too difficult to attempt it without a really compelling micro-reason. The macro-reason of systemic collapse is too difficult for most groups to get their head around.
Despite many research projects, theoretical models and grassroots initiatives working hard to find alternative ways of governing human activities, none were sufficiently able to scale up with workable alternatives when the COVID-19 lockdown occurred.
Project 2030 is a world-war-scale grassroots mobilisation to feed the hungry, house the homeless, bring hope to the hopeless and shift the system.
“Life has a dynamic way of oscillating between problems and solutions, which seems to keep evolution happening.” — paraphrased from Elisabet Sahtouris
The systems we put in place to make life better and richer for all of us are broken. While there may have been a time when they produced spectacular progress, they’re now producing the exact opposite of what everyone wants: widespread abundance.
The global depression triggered by COVID-19 shows that the 1970s experiment — architected…