More and more people understand today, that our future is not accidentally happening but literally created by us and by the forces of our universe. If a large asteroid is destroying our planet before we found an emergency exit, that future is created by the forces of the universe or whatever we call it and […]

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“Please listen carefully to this menu as the menu has changed”. “Your call is important to us but please leave a voice message”. “If you need more information go to www – dot – whatever dot com…” Sound familiar? Customer engagement automation is the first impression when engaging with a business. The rest is history. […]

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I’m concerned. With a defense budget of $690 Billion, the US spends more money on defense and armor than China ($129B), India ($44B), Russia ($64B), UK ($57B), France ($58B), Germany ($43B), Korea… all together. That means that every US family is paying $6,200 per year to defend – what? In contrast, the US education budget […]

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I’d like to expand further on an earlier post about the three priorities of a well run democratic government: Education, Infrastructure and Law. I made a short statement about separation of state and capital. In recent year I saw quite some interesting posts about ‘separation between state and economics’ or ‘separation between state and economy’. […]

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CANCER IS A DISEASE OF THE MIND from Johns Hopkins AFTER YEARS OF TELLING PEOPLE CHEMOTHERAPY IS THE ONLY WAY TO TRY AND ELIMINATE CANCER, JOHNS HOPKINS IS FINALLY STARTING TO TELL YOU THERE IS AN ALTERNATIVE WAY … 1. Every person has cancer cells in the body. These cancer cells do not show up […]

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With the ongoing struggle of the US economy, the inner unhappiness and the many questions arising every day in the public web, I was thinking back and forth over the past 2 years about the essence of democracy and the top priorities of a democratic leader. The list is obviously almost with no end. But […]

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