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Greek Dissidents Political Persecution



 

A Greek Government In Exile

  

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Human Rights' Court

 

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Message to Bundeswehr 1

 

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Foreign intervention in Greece?

 

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Execrable

 

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Συντάχθηκε απο τον/την Χρήστος Μπούμπουλης (Christos Boumpoulis)   
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Disagreement means, 1. holding different opinions, 2. quarreling, 3. (of factors or circumstances) not corresponding, 4. having an adverse effect on (on a person or a group of people).


Incompatible means, 1. opposed in character; discordant. 2 (often foll, by with) inconsistent. 3. (of persons) unable to live, work, etc., together in harmony, 4. (of equipment, machinery, etc.) not capable of being used in combination.


Steady state principle means: If a system is in a state of equilibrium (a steady state), then all sub-systems must be in equilibrium. If all sub-systems are in a state of equilibrium, then the system must be in equilibrium. [W. Ross Ashby, Design for a Brain, Chapman and Hall and Science Paperbacks, London, 1965]


Managerial implication. If an organization is in a state of equilibrium, then all units of that organization must be in equilibrium. If all units of the organization are in equilibrium, then the organization must be in equilibrium.


Notes.


'That a whole dynamic system should be in equilibrium at a particular state it is necessary and sufficient that each part should be in equilibrium at that state, in the conditions given to it by the other parts... We can say (metaphorically) that every part has a power of veto over the states of equilibrium of the whole'. [Ibid]


An organization that is not changing (i.e., is in equilibrium) is either asleep or dead. Change in this respect doesn't necessarily mean growth or decline in size or material measures, it could mean change in the people's capabilities, for instance.


Since each unit affects the others, there is a danger that after some critical fraction of the units fall asleep, they may put the rest to sleep.


If none of the units are asleep, the organization's management is likely to be unable to regulate the unit interactions well enough to maintain overall cohesion and synergy.


Organizations, particularly if they have a history of successful performance, are very likely to not recognize a change in environmental conditions nor a need to change in themselves.


[B. Clemson, Cybernetics: A new management tool, Abacus press, 1985].



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The case of Chile

 

What was and is the situation? The answer, as I have intimately known it for these last eighteen months, is immensely complicated. Let me paint my own crude picture for you, with a rapid brush. First, more than half the total population lives an urban life in the small central region of this long, thin country — a region that perfectly balances the arid North and the wet South in a superb climate. Here the people are highly literate, and constitutionally minded; their men are frank and friendly, their women gorgeous and gay. There is as great a spirit of freedom in the air as I have sensed anywhere in the world - and decreasingly sense in so much of it today. Yet, as you must surely know, Chile is in the middle of a Marxist revolution that has so far been constitutional, so far legal, so far bloodless.


On the land, the previous government had begun a process of agrarian reform, and that policy had general agreement. Landowners would no longer control estates larger than eighty, hectares — say about 200 acres. The residual land was split up, and handed to worker’s cooperatives, who have the support of government agencies. In the six years of that previous government, about 20% of the program was implemented. But the people were impatient, especially in the South, and a deeply embedded bureaucracy slowly moves. New forms of expression were given to agrarian reform; and the program was completed, not always in good order, in the first two years of the government of Popular Unity. This rate of change has surely contributed to the current food shortage; not so much, perhaps, because the new arrangements are inefficient in themselves, but because the remaining landowners — disrupted by these events and fearful of further change — are eating their seed corn rather than investing it in production. In industry too, the new government’s policies of nationalization and worker participation have been implemented so rapidly that the control of that process was — and remains — extremely difficult. Foreign managers of expropriated firms have mostly left the country, and the problem of finding men to take temporary charge (these are the interventors) was — and remains — severe. It has been exacerbated by a brain drain of native Chileans: too many qualified professionals have left the country. That they should do so was surely implicit in their upbringing and their expectations; but their problem was much aggravated by the psychological panic induced by Opposition campaigns to spread rumors of terrors to come. As to industrial investment, we should note that all the banks were nationalized, and those banks hold the internal assets of the landed classes.



It appears to me that the government did not anticipate the full vindictiveness with which the rich world would react to its actions, which I emphasize have — so far — been perfectly legal. At any rate, a true resolution of the very potent conflicts in Chilean society is not discernible within the mounting instability, and may be long postponed. But I consider that this is largely a phenomenon of the cybernetics of international power: you could say that the Chilean people have not been given a chance. They are being systematically isolated behind those beautiful Andes mountains, and are in a state of siege”. [Stafford Beer, Platform for Change, John Wiley & Sons, 1978, p. 423-424], [pdf]

 


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The case of Iceland


As Iceland’s banking system went into meltdown at the start of the global financial crisis, it came under enormous pressure from the rest of Europe to accept crippling austerity measures that would have burdened its people for generations to come. And yet the tiny island nation stood up to the European Goliath, defiantly opting for democracy even as it stood on the brink of bankruptcy. What can Iceland teach the world about the power of the people and the rule of law? To discuss these issues, Oksana Boyko is joined by the President of Iceland, Olafur Grimsson”.


ICELAND: "We Chose Democracy & Human Rights!"

 

 

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Freedom means, among other things, for one person, for one group of people and for one nation, both, choosing their fundamental principles as well as accepting or refusing a proposed relationship.


Our fundamental principles, among other things, define if and how much, we are compatible for having a relationship with other persons, groups or nations.


Others, respect actively the human rights, and/or the creative freedom, and/or the democracy, and/or the lawfulness, and/or the accountability. Others, choose, directly or indirectly, to defy the human rights. Others, are willing to ripe the creative freedom of his innocent fellow human beings. Others, choose to defy democratic principles. Others, choose to defy the laws. And others, choose to refuse their one accountability. And that is fine for all of them, under one precondition. The personal or group choices of everyone should be respected, under one precondition.


However, why should, someone who respects actively the human rights should establish a relationship with someone else, who defies human rights? How can they be compatible with each other, while, the one of them treats the other one, humanly, and the other one, uses the first one, as an material object without human rights?


Currently, the personal and the collective, national and international relationships are being guided, mainly, if not absolutely, by the quantitative parameter of money. I believe that this choice is unproductive for two reasons:


  1. Money is a quasi lethal weapon, because, by various ways, possession or lack of money determines who survives and who doesn't; who enjoys freedom and who doesn't; who is being protected by the law and who isn't; who enjoys social power and who isn't; etc. If freedom, peace, friendship and prosperity is our common goal, then, how a quasi lethal weapon could ever guides us towards freedom, peace, friendship and prosperity?
     
  2. If our actively supported fundamental principles are not taken into account, then, how could ever a state of equilibrium could be reached within groups or nations, which are being involved in relationships among incompatible participants?


Our mother earth is big enough and resourceful enough, for hosting every existing culture.


Freedom, peace, friendship and prosperity may be reached for all people, without exceptions, if we choose to live our precious lives with those who share with us the same fundamental principles, while, keeping both respect as well as a sufficient distance with those with incompatible fundamental principles.


Currently, there are too many innocent people, in Europe, who are suffering unjustly. Europe's administration is mainly trying to manage this collective crisis by manipulating the economic parameters. I believe that this choice may be unproductive. According to my opinion, an analysis of the fundamental principles' incompatibilities might resolve the European “economic” crisis almost instantly.


The ancient Greek philosopher, Plato (427, 347 b.C.) was claiming that


Όμοιος ομοίω αεί πελάζει”


which means that, we mature ourselves by establishing relationships with those who are alike us.


By establishing a state of equilibrium within European Union, we may reveal the effective way for the establishment of corresponding states of equilibrium, outside Europe, everywhere.


Sorting our actively supported fundamental principles may, both, save too many innocent people from becoming victimized as well as, help us to reach personal and collective, freedom, peace, friendship and prosperity, everywhere.



Note: the photos were found here, here, here, and here.

Τελευταία Ενημέρωση στις Κυριακή, 06 Απρίλιος 2014 18:01