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Modern geopolitics and modern culture.
« on: December 24, 2022, 03:05:59 AM »
Modern geopolitics and modern culture questions!


1) Is Europe falling apart or does it need to be re-established and on what basis?

2) Is conflict of institutions and interested groups or first the law or the Institutions?

3) Digital "life" and politics, technological opportunities or control of societies?

4) The narrative of Globalization today and Culture.

5) What does national identity mean today?
    and What does mean the phrase about an "ever-changing Nation"?

6) What does the war in Ukraine signal globally and who is really benefits geopolitically?

7) Is Globalization, a "theology" of Technology.

8) Is the politically "correct" the "Talibanism" of globalization.

9) Is Digital reality, just the beginning stage of Technolife: Love in the age of     
    Technolife. Techno-feelings, techno-existence, techno-beings, techno-friendship,   
     ready-made techno-politics and techno-geopolitics.

10)Today in the techno-age, why has justice been replaced by power?

11) Is technique the "excellent" alter ego of humans?
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Re: Modern geopolitics and modern culture.
« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2022, 07:27:04 PM »
Interesting questions!

Some times these trends are collectively called ‘the fourth Industrial Revolution.’ Artists and to a lesser extent, writers and musicians, all are challenged by the questions posed. Some embrace an international view (globalism), and others are quite inward looking. Both groups produce challenging and at times beautiful artwork, whether it be two dimensional, music, or written material.

Is the Europe Union falling apart? In one sense of the EU, my opinion is no. Some cannot accept changes and others want to push the door more open. I think we will only see an answer in the following generation. What is interesting in the 19th century and earlier periods one of the arts was the strongest producing either great music, literature or art now it is all very even.

In my opinion the war in Ukraine is Putin’s attempt at ‘Talibanism’, but this is an area of perspective and personal opinion.
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Re: Modern geopolitics and modern culture.
« Reply #2 on: December 25, 2022, 05:44:50 AM »
Interesting questions!

Some times these trends are collectively called ‘the fourth Industrial Revolution.' Artists and to a lesser extent, writers and musicians, all are challenged by the questions posed. Some embrace an international view (globalism), and others are quite inward looking. Both groups produce challenging and at times beautiful artwork, whether it be two dimensional, music, or written material.

Is the Europe Union falling apart? In one sense of the EU, my opinion is no. Some cannot accept changes and others want to push the door more open. I think we will only see an answer in the following generation. What is interesting in the 19th century and earlier periods one of the arts was the strongest producing either great music, literature or art now it is all very even.

In my opinion the war in Ukraine is Putin's attempt at ‘Talibanism', but this is an area of perspective and personal opinion.


The "Fourth industrial Revolution" is not created, in my view,  for the  benefit of the whole  humanity but for the same MAFIA family who has been controling every aspect of human life in the planet, for its own benefit". The Davos Club!

I do not agree with your observation that Putin is attempting "Talibanism" in Ukraine but he is trying to affect reunification of the Old Russian Empire in its original parts and create a name for himself, as the Best Leader in History of the old and now new Empire! Having won the fight to save and restore the Russian Land to  its previous state. having saved the country from the American organised "Catastroica" (Naomi Kambel comments) now he is been working to establishe the title mentioned before, Best Leader in History of the old and now new Russian Empire!

"Talibalism" is only the mondus operanti used by the American Mafia imposed to any resisting nation that invaded, since the end of WWII

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