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New World Order is not for all
Everyone is presumed born rational and free, so how do tyrants appear? Are tyrants made or born? Are democracies under siege? Nobody knows. Is the New World Order a conspiracy? Not for all people? Abstract or just a theory? Some might know. A globalist Conspiracy would appear almost obsessively on an entire shelf of books with the New World Order as the hidden goal of power influential groups to dominate mankind. A plot by a handful of “globalists” conspiring to rule the world. All this was probably made through several facade organizations. Wrong! The enemies of freedom have pushed the false narrative that democracy is in decline so a New Order should be established. Some violent and nondemocratic forces exploited the weaknesses and pushed the status quo in a struggle through worldwide propaganda. Contrary to popular belief the New World Order is not a political party or any precise doctrine. It does not involve subversive or secret services-specific actions. The New Order is only a concept that is constantly evolving like any society or human being. His purpose is the same that mankind has adopted since its first conscious moments: “A United and Independent WORLD.” From the premise of shared morality under a common good, this order would be achieved by constitutional free states under human rights principles. It’s perhaps, the dream of the Novo Ordo Seclorum (New Order of the Ages) stamped by the founding fathers upon the great seal of the United States. On the other hand, it’s also a fundamental clash of values with totalitarian systems.
Who Owns America (USA)?
Do you know who owns America? Probably not. Is indeed a strange question but we will go first into what this story is not about. We will not be advancing in great detail on the clumsy, counterproductive, and often exaggerated arguments of conspiracy theories. Also, we will not let the smart alecks, doubters, pundits, fraudsters, and bureaucrats tell us allegations about principles and rights. Truth be told this question was addressed for the first time in a volume of essays published in the 1930s. Back then Herbert Agar and Alan Tate brought a selection of their writings into what was called “Who Own America? A New Declaration of Independence.” But not going there, to be honest.
What is next for Ukraine?
Russia’s main goal in the region was and still is the federalization of Ukraine and to end its approach to the democratic West. The main global goal is to reverse the perception of the country that lost the Cold War. Soviet nostalgia has been a crucial hallmark of the last regime and still is. Thus, the question right now is whether Russia is going to accept a negotiated peace, more like the recent wars fought in 2008 and 2014, and try to cut a deal with Ukraine, or whether the Kremlin will maintain its maximalist demands, which may result in a conflict that lasts for months, years? What is next for Ukraine?
Origins of the War in Ukraine
Nowadays, more than ever before, countries tend toward continual, accelerated, growth of: population, land occupancy, production, consumption, even waste, etc. assuming that the environment will permit such expansion, or that science and technology will remove the obstacles. These limits are further reduced by political, social, and institutional constraints, and by inequitable distribution of resources. The interdependence of the various components of the world system would have repercussions worldwide if these resources are the bases of crisis. Thus, in this logic, Russia based its national strategy to be an independent sovereign actor on the world stage unbounded by any other political associations. This notion directly descends from the Tsarist and Soviet heritage. Recognized as a great autocratic and neo-imperial power (Velikaya Derzhava) with a right to an exclusive sphere of influence around his borders. Indeed, in the minds of many of his elite, if Russia is not a great power (empire) it will not only be a great power, it will be nothing more than a version of medieval princedoms. (Islamist rule in the south and other breakdowns of power at the center.)
Could the conflict Russia-Ukraine start World War III?
Tensions between Russia and the West are getting higher day by day as the conflict goes into the stage of mass murders. The question is, how much the West will tolerate Russia doing this to Ukraine? What if the Russians do what they did in eastern Syria and drop chemical bombs and terrorize all citizens forcing them to become all refugees across Europe? Where is the line that cannot be crossed? The nukes?
Are Americans obsessed with guns?
How many of us have ever seen somebody in real life-threatening somebody else with a gun, witnessed a shooting, or seen people defend themselves by displaying or firing guns? How many times have we read about shootings? In recent times we are inundated by images through the television and the press about guns and the problems they raised. How many times have most of us actually used a gun or seen a gun? Many defensive uses I believe are never even reported to the police. But are Americans obsessed with guns in the wake that many children die due to gun violence? (According to the Small Arms Survey, in Geneva, the United States keeps half of all non-military guns possessed by private persons worldwide.)
Stand with Ukraine!
The conflict over Ukraine has destabilized especially the European political order. A new one is preparing to enter the stage. Everyone blames Russia for this disaster but we must acknowledge that this has historical roots and far most ideological ones. In the past century, traditional methods of influence no longer had an effect in relation to the big bear of the East. There were only two alternatives: either accepting defeat or applying different ones. Russia is rejecting the idea of “Europeanization” and western values to its borders. In foreign affairs, has tried to confront the West with an offensive policy and to put an end to Western expansionism. Wrong strategic and geopolitical move.
Future of online writing.
As Oscar Wilde said, “Everything in the world is about tech except tech. Tech is about power.” Technology widens our options to seize more opportunities in order to make the best out of each situation. But technology coupled with digital lifestyle means too many apps making the whole thing too annoying to deal with. We can follow a writer on Twitter or Medium, or Vocal or Newsbreak, then go read their book, story on Wattpad or Kindle, then review it on Amazon or Goodreads. We can interact on Discord and support via Kickstarter or Patreon. Even read some newsletter stories on Substack. Kinda too much. It’s not that we don’t have the technologies discovered, we have them. We have the power. Look at what Spotify did to music or what Netflix did to movies. Therefore where is Netflix, Hulu, for readers and writers?
How do big companies fight racial inequality?
In the wake of protests against racial injustice, many businesses are trying to commit to diversity in hiring and investment. The hope of progress is real, even if it’s a partial solution. The death of George Floyd drew attention to violence by police in corporate America. Activists are hoping to turn this moment of corporate attentiveness into a powerful movement for social change. Can it really happen? Such pressure is far from a guarantee that substantive change will occur, but it’s a shift in U.S. culture. Were talking about narrowing racial inequality. Coffee chain Starbucks announced a mentorship program aimed at achieving 30% people of color at all levels and departments by 2025. IBM granted access to its superfast computers to Howard University and other colleges and universities where black people are in majority. Even the Federal Reserve has launched online events on structural racism and inequality. It will be enough in the fight for racial inequalities?
Leadership and followers.
The global dimension of today’s world influence is a distinguishing feature. Different viewpoints come from the universalization of markets, the impact of new technology, the relocation of businesses to other nations, and the following migration of leadership. The most well-known is that leadership is typically linked with men. Another is that benefit of a title confers power. Nope! A title may provide the ability to dominate others, but it does not provide genuine influence. Nonetheless, no one concluded that men’s leadership skills are more potent and crucial than women’s skills, or vice versa, although it is apparent that gender differences do exist. Instead, we know that women make up more than 20% of board members in 13 countries, between 10% and 20% in 14 countries, between 5% and 10% in 14 countries, and less than 5% in 13 countries. Based on this, I believe that gender stereotypes remain a part of a global leadership culture.
Why does diversity matter?
Diversity is the representation of a range of traits, feelings, and experiences in a company’s workforce. The number of factors that define diversity is truly unlimited. Encompasses the spectrum of infinite dissimilarities. In today’s war for talent, this may require looking beyond the traditional recruitment pool. As the workforce becomes more mixed there are both opportunities and challenges to managing people in a unique work climate. On a breakdown survey, the US EEOC (Equal Employment Commission) reported prior pandemic in the year 2019 a list of complaints regarding discrimination: 1.Retaliation: 39,110 (53.8% of all charges filed); 2.Sex: 23,532 (32.4%); 3.Race: 23,976 (33%); 4.Disability: 24,238 (33.4%); 5.Age: 15,573 (21.4%); 6.National Origin: 7,009 (9.6%); 7.Color: 3,415 (4.7%); 8.Religion: 2,725 (3.7%). This kind of discrimination at work will not vanish by itself. The elimination of them requires deliberate, focused, and consistent policies by all parties concerned over a sustained period of time. Of course, discrimination can occur for other reasons too, but all types of workplace ones are prohibited under different laws enacted and enforced.
Best Data Analytics Tools
In the days of 2.5 quintillion bytes of data being generated every day, data plays a crucial role in any business operations. Prediction says that each user would create 1.7 megabytes of new data every second. Within a year, there would be 44 trillion gigabytes of data. This raw data needs to be analyzed, optimized, and studied by companies to understand customer trends and to provide better services and products. Therefore according to all data analytics courses: modern business operations revolve around data science. They use different tools and technologies to provide better results. Good data analytics tools are difficult to find and to justify one particular for improving a business it's even harder.