Advanced Economies – Multinationals and Global equilibrium - PART 3 ISOEconomics / Isokratic Econommics
There will never be equilibrium, as long as the concept of open society is partially practised around the globe. In contradictive practices, the advanced economies have claimed the right to open society, whilst at the same time, they have become the instruments that suppress open society in some other part of the globe in the peripheral. Here we must ask ourselves, why is the periphery less democratic that the advanced Western economies? Who is holding the democratisation? Is it the periphery countries themselves, or is it the Western economies? Is it religion or culture? Or is the multi-nationals? Sooner or later global Iso Economics will set in a balancing effect.
I believe if allowed to continue, the economic empires will forever tighten their strangle-hold on the economic colonies, forever keeping the colonies weak and under control. A bias regulated free market would enable the strong to get stronger and the weak to get weaker. That is why Isokratia is needed, on the global arena as much as it is needed on the local, regional and national arena in both the political and the economic arenas.
For example, which countries enterprises have the power to swallow corresponding enterprises in other countries through the takeovers? Whose countries banks can take over control of another countries bank through takeovers? Is it possible for one of the banks of an undeveloped African country to take over a European bank, or is it that one of the European banks can take over all of the banks of a whole region in an undeveloped area such as Africa?
Everyone around the world has come to recognise the need for greater co-operation globally. People are fast learning to distinguish between individual decision-making and collective decision-making. The Isocratic system would enable global co-operation around the globe. The isocratic principles would enable the global citizens to distinguish between individual and collective decision making.
Examples here are those of the environmental organisations which co-operate around the globe. Other examples include the need to prevent wars or to stop wars. The need to get communities together, like those of East and West Germany and now in the making, those of North and South Korea. They need to facilitate the stabilisation of economies in trouble spots around. They need to stop deleting our natural reserves, like those of fish by voluntary co-operation, preventing over fishing. The examples are so many and never ending, and they will keep expanding as global co-operation advanced.
The global citizen would exhibit great practice, great willingness to co-operate. The process has already started. We are already seeing a change of attitudes. This change of attitudes will gradually and eventually result in the change of policies. The elected representatives as a result, would be forced to change attitudes and advocate and practise what the Isocratic citizen demands; what the Isocratic citizens indicate with their change of attitude and co-operation.
Presently we are at the early stages of the global society. Based on the global economic activity. Yet we live in a society where the decision-making is based on nationalistic prerequisites, with little concept over the global effect. In both the imported and exported scenes.