The Democratic Experiment is Finished, by Julian Rose

This reminds me of my school years in the early 1960’s in Indonesia, where we learned about our parliamentary system called “Guided Democracy” (Democracy guided by Wise Elders), created by the first President of Indonesia – Soekarno. Recently Soekarno is also known as M1 in relation to the story of Global Collateral Account / Green Hilton Memorial Agreement signed between Soekarno & JFK a few days before JFK was assassinated.

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We in the West have lived with this thing called ‘democracy’ for a good few centuries now. It has been an important experiment, but one which has, in the end, succeeded in swallowing its own tail rather than leading society to a better place. Now its time is up and we have the task of putting something genuinely better in its place.

The most well known definition of democracy – but by no means the first – is enshrined in the Gettysburg Address of November 1863. It proclaims democracy as ‘government of the people, by the people, for the people’ which – maybe for good reason – laid a strong emphasis on ‘people’.

But here also lay its weakness; people (it turned out) had…

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Gunung Padang: The Mysterious Ancient Pyramid In Indonesia That Is Rewriting History

Gunung Padang – remnant of Lemuria?

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Reposted from: The Event Chronicle Source: Graham Hancock

Gunung Padang, The Mysterious Ancient Pyramid In Indonesia That Is Rewriting History

(Graham Hancock) The archaeological establishment is scrambling to find some reason to reject and pour scorn on the extraordinary consequences of the excavations now taking place at Gunung Padang in Indonesia.

Since its first exploration by archaeologists in 1914 the site was thought to be a natural hill with 2500 year-old megalithic structures on top of it. But in 2010 geologist Dr Danny Hilman Natawidjaja (who earned his doctorate at Cal Tech) recognized this “hill” as a possible man-made pyramid and began to explore it using ground penetrating radar, seismic tomography, resistivity survey and other remote sensing techniques, as well as some direct excavations and deep core drilling.

The results were immediately intriguing (see this article I wrote in January for background:
producing evidence of deeply buried man-made chambers and yielding carbon dates going back as far as…

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