Tuesday, November 11, 2008

State and Polity (part 1)

The organization and composition of a state is not much different than the organization and composition of a business or a family. Before we begin our analysis, where we will examine whether in reality we have a state and not anarchy, as well as what constitutes the existence of a truly person-centered state, we will have to define and make clear the basic terms which we will be using.

State is what we call a system of values and rules which are commonly accepted by a greatly numbered group of people and which has as ultimate goal the improvement and development of the quality of life of these people. Its continuous concern is the defense of ‘all’s well’ for all the subgroups which have consented to its constitution. A state can never be anarchic because its survival and efficiency depends on the administrative authorities established and accepted for the serving and maintenance of the values and rules.

State functioning is what we call the systematic application of rules and values as well as the reform or further enactment of new rules when it is necessary due to the development of civilization and/or technology, with singular purpose the defense of the founding values of the state and the continuous improvement of any problems without harming any unit from the people who have consented to participate in that state, i.e. the Citizens.

State rules are called the laws which serve and apply the basic axioms and dogma which the Citizens have commonly accepted during the creation of the state at least and which are contained in the base of these rules, called the Constitution (or any other analogous system/ recording of basic values/ axioms according to the Regime).

Anarchy is the abolition and/or non-application of the values and rules which the entirety of the Citizens had accepted: in anarchy the administrative authorities don’t upkeep the laws and the Constitution, apply unilateral or abusive or unconstitutional regulations and defend the anarchic, unfettered activity and power of one subgroup (or more) of the state’s Citizens. Additionally the protection and defense of the state from outward factors and foreign groups of people are abolished.

With the above definitions we conclude that the more the uncontrolled activity of one subgroup is allowed, the more the basic demand/ target of each state is trespassed and the more it begets anarchy. Therefore a state which has a dictatorship where a small group of dictators arbitrarily decides and orders without check is a state in anarchy. A state which has clear kingship where the king has super-authority and no actual controlling/ checking service is a state with a propensity to anarchy since a king can very easily do what he likes regardless of whether that is against his oath/ sacrament which he has taken/ has been given.

In the case of Greece (but also many other state who aren’t de facto totalitarian) we can see that the basic ingredients of a state exist but what reigns and has been reigning for at least 80 years is anarchy. We can support that easily by historically looking into the breach of laws and the Constitution by all kinds of elected authorities, governments, legislative authorities, judicial authorities as well as kings and military/ police officers who defended the impunity and unfettered ‘above the law’ activity of social groups such as business people, family dynasties since the era of the Turkish Occupation/ Franc Occupation, party members, ship owners and industrialists, bankers as well as the highly traitorous and subversive foreign policy. Unconstitutional laws are enacted and upkept while constitutional laws and constitutional principles are abolished and affronted.

Historically we have presented examples proving the above in our articles regarding the families of politicians such as Papandreou and Karamanlis families, and we will present more pertinent to ship owner families and great dynasties making incursions in Greece since before 1830. For some examples of undermining of Greece in foreign policy, we will mention now (and analyze in the future) the non-observance of the treaties of the end of the First World War, the campaign to Asia Minor in 1921-1922, the ignoring of the activity of the Yugoslav dictator Tito, the unacceptable handling of the Greek-Turkish disputes (the issue of the exchange of populations in Constantinople/ Istanbul and Thrace, the occupation and bloodshed in Cyprus, the incident at Imia isles, the issue of the Aegean shelf, and others) and the lack of defense of the Greek interests from the undermining and underhanded attack of Bulgarian and Albanian and other interests abetted by the USA and the UK.

Internally we can prove the chronic anarchy of the Greek state by seeing the prevailing situation all around as, every day:

1. laws and legislation that freely and bounteously are composed and enacted are unconstitutional, from the financial/ tax-gathering policy which is unequal between different social classes, with the privileged being tax-exempt and the rest being over-taxed (a breach of article 4 of the constitution), to the full impunity of public servants who have provenly abrogated their duty as well as broken the basic laws/ values of the criminal code (e.g. people such as Nikolaos Garganas and George Provopoulos, Panagis Vourloumis, P. Athanasopoulos, Theodore Katsanevas, Fivos Ioannidis, George Chiotis, Gregorios Solomos, Nektarios Miltiades, I. Vartholomaios, George Mergos, Constantine Kontos, and others).

2. business people, members of family dynasties, industrialists and ship owners are not persecuted by the law and when and if they are finally persecuted, whatever the sentence is, is not applied (e.g. Lanaras family, Bardinogiannis, Latsis, Niarhos, Kyriakou, Kokkalis, Bgenopoulos families and others) resulting in having people who have committed crimes of the criminal code and have been sentences or proven to have committed them being free and the recipients of public money, positions and power for which a clean criminal record is supposedly required. This protection, through legislations regarding data of a personal nature, extends to people committing slander/libel which, however, is to the interest of these subgroups while the same legislations on data of a personal nature are disregarded in all other cases.

3. policing is non-existent, leaving the Citizens unprotected against killers, robbers, burglars, rapists, blackmailers with the usual excuse of lack of staff which, however, is used to protect and insulate from the People the social subgroups we have previously mentioned. In essence, that is, the police is used as a guard protecting these subgroups from the People who is left unprotected and is forced to take precautions that wouldn’t have been necessary if there was a correct allocation of police staff (e.g. the resorting to banks to keep money, even small amounts, fact which gives more power to the bankers and weakens the Citizens who stop being independent at any moment, since they need permission to use their funds; funds which can be withheld by the bank at any moment).

4. the protection of the Citizens and public decency which is necessary for the psychological protection from traumatizing young people, though legislated and highly strict, is never applied by the state nor the church. And so we have an overabundance of pornographic documents, shows and films without protection of the part of the population not wanting to be exposed to them but being forced (though ads, magazine covers and the like), we have incidents of prostitution and organizations/ overt businesses of exploitation of prostitutes which is illegal, as well as exposure to uncontrolled violence in all levels at a rate far beyond the psychologically healthy one.

5. the Citizen, though according to the Constitution agrees to be and is independent and capable to personally execute many of the acitivities regarding the state, justice and politics, is raised and terrorized to believe that it is necessary/ obligatory to use any kind of representative/ mediator in order to have any hopes of being heard of effective. This includes representatives such as lawyers, accountants, dealers, commerce dealers, bank advisors, parliament members/ syndicalists/ politicians of all shapes and sizes. All these intermediaries create factions which terrorize and degrade the Citizen to even a blatant level, demanding full submission, lack of will and dependence on them even if they objectively are acting slyly, falsely or nonsensical. Indicative of this situation is that all these intermediaries do not carry responsibility for the policy/ way of life they impose on the Citizen (i.e. the law does not persecute them for false evaluations and/or sly or undermining actions on their part) while the Citizen carries full responsibility for the actions of these people from the prime minister to his/her personal accountant and lawyer.

We see, therefore that while the Constitution of the State of Greece presumes and demands the equality of all the Citizens and the equal handling of these Citizens before the law and society, the defense of the economic wellbeing of every Citizen (something which holds for every State on earth which has signed the Bill of Human Rights), in reality what is happening is that the life, fortune and well being of the Citizen has no value and is up for exploitation and abuse by third parties while specific subgroups/ group in and out of Greece are considered valuable and irreplaceable and owners of the rest of the Citizens.

This shows that the State of Greece (but also every State which has signed the Bill of Human Rights and has the above situation politically and socially) is anarchic and therefore unable to evolve. Something which is anarchic and unable to evolve is in a state of decomposition and therefore is on a digressing course until full annihilation, at least in the form the Citizens had agreed for it to have. In our era this decomposition leads to the abolition of States and therefore Citizen protection, with their classification in a huge group which will be exploited even more anarchically the same subgroups doing so now.

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