Cenocracy: A New Government Perspective
Brazil's Cyclical Political Problems
(Is it the Environment, Political practices, or the People themselves?)




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The Brazilian flag needs to be redesigned

The "Order and Progress" statement on the Brazilian flag is anti-thetical to any dividends which may ensue from any hoped for order and progress, and instead provides for an oppositional platform of thinking embraced by a populace whose substandard education level, substandard health care, substandard housing, etc., produces a social aura of undermining any long-term political avocation which might truly benefit the people. Such a condition of public sentiment reacting violently to a perceived helplessness aligned with feelings of hopelessness, encourages weak leaderships to disembark from their initial well-intentioned efforts of reform, and seek solace in ulterior motives of personal wealth enhancement when they come face to face with a social condition akin to hospital ward of wailing infants all seeking to be fed, have their diaper changed, and burped at the same time. Therefore, the motto needs to be removed as part of a National restructuring which requires the adoption of a New flag and New Government (a Cenocracy).




What is/are the reason(s) for Brazil's recurring (cyclical) political problems? Is it a lack of resources, the environment, the wrong political philosophy, an unrecognized disease which the people are susceptible to like a seasonal cold or flu?, or is there some inherently possessed problem with the people themselves?

In the following Prager University representation, let us observe an interpretation of a Brazilian political situation from a Brazilian journalist whose sincerity is not questioned, but his interpretation about a given Socialist practice is. Time and again we come face to face with those who use one political philosophy or another or one economic philosophy or another, as a whipping boy who is blamed for something that the philosophy has no means of defending itself, because they are neither provided their day in court, nor correctly identified as little more than a tool... a tool that is more often than not misused and characteristically applied by those who lack a comprehensive understanding of any given political philosophy and are without a vision for a Nation's people which is not closely tied to some personalized motive of greed. While we can voice an opinion on behalf of Socialism and all other philosophies as innocent viaticums of human abuse, this is not to say we ourselves advocate any such philosophy. In other words, the disparagement of a political philosophy is often a means to conceal one or more problems occurring with those who are attempting to make use of it and do not themselves offer a plausible alternative that isn't just another rendition of the same underlying... but unacknowledged problematic recurrence with the people themselves. Yet, why are the Brazilian peoples unable to remove themselves from the cycle of political problems... by relying on presumed saviours who arise among their own midst... if the people themselves aren't part of the problem? Is there a wide-spread, socially accepted practice of cultural ambivalence that, if it occurred with fewer people, in an isolated setting, would be recognized as a mental illness such as schizophrenia?... An yet, because it is so wide-spread and so enculturated with applied functionalities of presumed normalcy, it is easily overlooked and labeled as a common sense of world-view interpretation and mental model by which any and all social philosophies are to abide by?

While the intention of the video is undoubtedly well-intentioned at pointing out faults which have occurred under government regimes referencing themselves as Socialist practices of government, what is not emphasized is that many underlying ulterior-motivated criminals often use philosophical titles to conceal their true intentions. This is not the fault of the philosophy, be it Communism, Democracy, etc., but the faults of those attempting to implement and use a philosophy they neither fully comprehend nor grasp the limitations thereof. Socialism did not ruin Brazil, just like Communism did not fail the many countries attempting to implement such an ideology. The failure is the leadership who have no in depth grasp of a given philosophy nor how to effectively implement it for long-term usefulness. Typically, such leaderships become self-indulging, self-complimenting, and selfish... while at the same time forgetting those they are supposed to represent... like so many so-called Democratic governments practicing a brand of economics called Capitalism which comes under attack by those who do not realize that Capitalism is a tool... and like any tools, it can be misused and even turned into a whistle, whip, or weapon... as it so often does in the present practices of phony Democracy such as in the United States.

Socialism, good or bad or simply mediocre?
How Socialism Ruined My Country by Felipe Moura Brazil, Mar 30, 2017 (Prager "University")

This "anti-Socialist" perspective of a government-practice-gone-bad because the ideology itself is bad or rotten-to-the-core is an emotionalized knee-jerk interpretation of circumstances which reveal a common thread of thinking running rampant amongst many who are not only in a position to acquire a political position, but those on the outer parameters who think they, in their position, are somehow uniquely qualified and morally justified to analyze a given set of circumstances in a presumed logical frame of mind...

And yet they offer no viable alternative but to regurgitate their interpretation of another country's government practices and implement it into their own variation of underlying socialized madness by way of the prevailing, individualized environmental/social conditions... without taking into consideration that their people may be periodically disposed to an underlying widespread vulnerability of a cyclical condition which thwarts the attempts of any who want to create a sustained formula of government— where attempts to address economic inequality is often with the application of measures which are short-term fixes with no internalized added features for adopting more long-term stable measures. Suggestively, long term and cyclical depravations may have instilled a mob-rule reflexiveness because there may be a majority of people who do not have a psychological make-up for deferring to such a usage of government that takes a long-term commitment by both the government and the people; because the "life cycle" of their mentality is short-term piece-meal applications of survival dependent on a symbiotic relationship inclined to weaken, maim, or kill the host... hosts that are chosen by the charisma of false leading hopes and promises that the public, due to prolonged experiences with improvisation, buy into because the lies resemble their own illusions and delusions of grandeur.

The cyclical nature of the "short-term good... long-term bad government" practices are not being looked at with the necessary model of philosophy because all philosophies within the country's intelligentsia are geared towards undermining others philosophies as if they were all sibling rivalries vying for a higher position in a pecking order that is status quo at best in any respect. It is an immaturity of intellect that has not been grown out of like the ancient practices of child sacrifice that only came an end by the destruction of the civilization which practiced such an abjured "real-world" orientation. Like an insect that not grow beyond a given stage of development, the political philosophies and implementation thereof are expressions of an overlooked immaturity that the larger portion of the citizenry share in their unacknowledged world-view of day-to-day living exercises. This suggests a genetic instability brought on by an unacknowledged... and therefore unrecognized environmentally influenced cyclical disease affecting the larger social mentality. If there is an underlying genetic-based vulnerability to the disease causing conditions, an infusion of new genetic material into the population will have to be undertaken... such as is needed in many nations around the world. And for those reading this, let us hope they don't over-react to such suggestions and make reference to some Nazi-era Eugenics program ideology as a comparison since the foregoing is offered as philosophical suppositions and not directives meant to knock the obvious chips on the shoulders of many Brazilians who have long-suffered needlessly for generations... but continue to refuse to look outside the proverbial box because they are to entrenched inside and are trying to stake out a claim in a recurring government atmosphere of diminishing returns.

As an epilogue to this truncation of a perspective of another's perspective on an obviously disjointed perspective and practice of Socialism, it may be that there are no present day models of government suited for the present condition of Brazil's woes. It may require a new vision, a New Government (Cenocracy), that those currently advocating the implementation of government reforms, have not fully blue-printed into an amalgamated portrayal that can be grasped by a public whose central philosophy is mired in a me-ism that is not conducive to any governmental practice with a long-term vision of stability as its primary goal.

Ten wealthy countries
10 Countries With The Most Natural Resources

When find that Brazil is rich in resources yet it is in a cyclical state of political turmoil, where do we look to resolve the issue of this merry-go-round if it is not with the people themselves? If we look at the world's nations which have much less resources yet there is not recurring social upheavals as that witnessed in Brazil, what then do we attribute the recurring problems to? When time and again the people choose someone from within their own country who eventually comes to exploit them, how can they have any confidence in anyone from within their own country? If we were to remove all the Brazilian people and trade their country for say Germany, Japan or the Netherlands (for example), would the Brazilian people have a recurrence of the cyclical social problems and create situations where the country's resources are not adequately used for the benefit of the people? Could the German peoples, the Japanese people or the peoples of the Netherlands make better usage of Brazil's Natural resources because the people themselves are more industrious, more focused in their thinking?

To what do we attribute the problems of Brazil if it is not the people themselves who continue to choose leaders from within... that eventually come to abuse them? Though this is a recurring problem in many so-called stable governments as well, their impact on the overall political process is considerably diminished and does not have the reverberating social disintegration which occurs in Brazil. It's not that other wealthy countries don't have social and political problems and recurring crooks in the guise of politicians and other civic leaders, it's just that Brazil seems to have a different type... both quantitatively and qualitatively. Brazilians claim they want to deal with and handle their own problems... but the larger problem remains is that in all their well-intentioned, sincere, and forthright interest to actually invest in the nation's peoples, it turns out that every single political philosophy, however it may be named or packaged and gift wrapped in political slogans, ceremonialism, and news coverage... none of them have worked. They need a New Government, a Cenocracy, that steps beyond all current models of Socialism, Democracy, etc...

The rationale which claims that Brazil is unique in its geography and therefore has problems which other countries don't have, only make the perspective more viable that Brazil needs to adopt a whole new political strategy that goes beyond its history and steps beyond any present day political practice.



Date of Origination: Tuesday, 13th Aug 2019... 5:38 AM
Date of Initial Posting: Tuesday, 13th Aug 2019... 7:26 AM
Update (included economic profiles of 10 countries): Tuesday, 13th Aug 2019... 1:35 PM
Update (title changed from "this is not a democracy page 3 to "Brazil's Cyclical Political problems"): Wednesday, 14th Aug... 4:27 AM