Only The Perfect Society Brings Out The Best In Every Individual
Competition (including fair and unfair competitions) is a typical feature of our society. The purpose of this essay is to analyse a competitive society and to find the best way for development. The present exposition is based on researches into real modern life.
By striving for escaping from a daily tedium, a routine and a standstill (i.e. a monotonous life), people create and always recreate time after time a stimulus (the so-called success for success’s sake). The success for success’s sake means to fulfil a given aim and after that to put into practice the second one, the third and so on… In order to be happy, a given person have to make many other people unhappy in our competitive society.
As human consciousness consists of common sense, feelings and animal instincts, common sense and feelings are subordinate to animal instincts. That is, in a competitive society, people develop their common sense and cultivate their feelings, but common sense and feelings are only tools of the animal instinct of predominance. Consequently, the success for success’s sake is, in fact, the concealed animal instinct of predominance. The competitive society is a social environment where a multitude of successes for success’s sake act. As the success for success’s sake is the animal instinct of predominance, the competitive society is equal to a jungle and the competition is the law of the jungle.
People who have already become rulers aspire to a frantic preservation of their power. As striving for keeping their power for themselves and passing on their top secret supreme professional knowledge and experience only to their own overrated ‘golden’ progeny, the rulers trifle gloatingly with the dooms of the other people and decide fates for most of the rest. The rulers put all sorts of restrictions on freedom of most of the other people by means of created laws and rules. In this way, the rulers evade successfully these laws and rules, but most of the rest are not allowed to develop into chosen from the rest people professions.
Every child dreams of a given profession. But when for one reason or another (economic, political, etc.) their dreams are intentionally or unintentionally dashed, the grown up adolescents choose to prepare for another profession. When these expectations are totally shattered again, young people attempt to master any other profession. But when their plans are completely spoilt (directly or indirectly) once again, many young people get into a ‘dead-end street’.
Even good-natured, very ambitious and strong-willed young people are at a loss on deliberately barred by the rulers good ways. And these young people are forced tendentiously to demonstrate their strong-mindednesses getting into bad ways, i.e. to become criminals (Mafiosi, terrorists, etc.) That is, the egotism and the malice of the obsessed by an infinite covetousness rulers create criminals and, after that, these criminals are hypocritically anathemized by the rulers.
Consequently, the struggle of the rulers against the criminals is not a struggle between good and evil, but it is a struggle between big evil and little evil. As only evil participates in this struggle, only evil has been a victor in societies over the centuries, while good has been served as a hypocritical ‘screen’.
Competition often leads to change of rolls (i.e. Mafiosi can become rulers and rulers can become Mafiosi), but the status quo keeps its place. Therefore, the level of criminality is in direct proportion to the rate of the competition.
Army, police, the judicial power, etc. (in our competitive society) are created in order to ‘guarantee the public peace and security’. But only the fact, that these institutions exist, is a bit of evidence that our society is felonious.
Imagine, that army, police and the judicial power are no longer necessary (i.e. if everyone is good and honest, and if there is not any violence and military operation). Then army leaders, policemen and people of the judicial power will create artificially sham ‘military operations’ and feigned ‘criminal acts’ with the sole purpose of retaining their own professional prestige and social status by all means. That is why, as long as these institutions exist, there will always be criminality.
Many other of the so-called prestigious professions are based on social defects, as well…
All pseudo-political systems (such as fascism, socialism, communism, democracy, etc.) are incorrect, because they represent people as masters of Nature. It is absolutely ridiculous, because people did not create Nature, but Nature created people!
Religions and religious sects are wrong, too. They represent people as spiritual creations, but ignore their biological nature. Besides, people have to believe in unknown forces.
Philosophical doctrines tend to balance these two extremes, but, unfortunately, without any success. Because philosophical doctrines are like an enormous multitude of fairground mirrors (that distort shapes), where there is not only one – the normal mirror (i.e. the truth)…
In order to be transformed into a perfect one, our competitive society has to regulate itself (without any imperfect laws, but on the basis of harmony, freedom and love among people and, also morality, self-consciousness, self-discipline and self-criticism of every individual).
Nowadays, mankind develops impetuously in the spheres of economics, technologies and languages, but, unfortunately, mankind fails headlong in moral aspect.
That is, in our competitive society, common sense and feelings are subordinate to animal instincts. Only in a Perfect society feelings and animal instincts are subordinate to common sense.
Perfect society (The stimulus is the ambition for perfection, based on Higher social harmony.):
The scheme is as follows:
1st stage (Entrance): Higher social harmony (admiration, generosity, altruism)
2nd stage: Love
3rd stage: Peace
4th stage: Freedom
5th stage: Harmony (between society and Nature)
6th stage: Perfection
Our competitive society (The stimulus is the success for success’s sake, based on competition between particular individuals or groups of individuals.):
The scheme is as follows (in a vicious circle):
1st stage (Entrance): Competition (envy, greediness, egotism)
2nd stage: Hatred
3rd stage: War (military, political, psychological, etc.)
4th stage: Slavery
5th stage: Disharmony (between society and Nature)
6th stage: Imperfection
7th stage: (the same as the 1st stage)
and so on…
In the Perfect society one of the most important principles is the harmony between society and Nature (it is connected with the ideas of ‘Green Peace’). People have to live harmoniously (i.e. according to the laws of Nature). That is, people must not try to conquer Nature at any rate…
The Perfect society is not connected with democracy because no one from the good-natured, honest, clever, ambitious and strong-willed people is an unnecessary and downtrodden unemployed.
The Perfect society is not connected with communism because the Perfect society denies emphatically a rule of the broad masses of people and rejects the party nomenclature. According to the ideas of Perfect society, individuals are not equal and only good natured, honest, clever, ambitious and strong-willed people have to develop (but everyone is engaged in activities which he or she does best for public benefit according to their own vocation).
The Perfect society is not connected with anarchy because no one is irresponsible and nobody lives aimlessly.
The Perfect society is as a perfect clockwork, where everybody has their roles, functions and tasks. That is, professions and specialities are according to the wishes of every individual (i.e. everybody chooses and practises just this profession that follows their own calling under the conditions of the Perfect society). The professional post of every individual is according to their age (i.e. the priority of seniority and wisdom) and according to their potentials (intellectual, physical, psychical, etc.)
For instance, in the economy of the Perfect society, in contradistinction from the democratic market economy, 10 people do not compete for 1 professional post.
For example, in the economy of the Perfect society, in contradistinction from the socialist or communist planned economy, 10 people are not appointed unnecessarily to 10 professional posts according to any kind of artificial plans.
And what is more, in the Perfect society, in order to hold a high post in their profession, that follows their own vocation, a person does not compete with other people, but everyone’s qualities are compared with the standard of perfection. In this way, nobody loses anything because of the successes of other people, but everybody earns or does not earn depending on his/her own results, compared with the standard of perfection. That is, several people, working as a team, can hold only one post and, also, only one person can hold several posts, working with several different teams. But no one is unemployed and there is not competition between particular individuals.
Both the planned and market economies have already become anachronisms. Only the Perfect economy is the economy of the future.
Perfectionists (they are not perfect people because no one from the human beings is perfect now, but they are people who want to live in the Perfect society) reckon that, unfortunately, nowadays most people are not matured enough and, consequently, are not ready to live in the Perfect society yet. Because now most people take the status quo (i.e. our competitive society) for granted. In order to achieve the Perfect society, there will be a very prolonged natural evolution with a stimulus – the ambition for perfection in conditions of living with freedom and love…
People who adore very much both the fair and unfair cruel competitions say ‘FREEDOM is an illusion and LOVE is a delusion!’ But it is not true because FREEDOM and LOVE exist, indeed!!! Only FREEDOM and LOVE bring out the best in every individual…