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Mikhail Gavrilenko

My world order















© Mikhail Gavrilenko, 2018






Table of Contents

My world order

Introduction

Chapter 1. Class differences

Chapter 2. The basic rules of governing the country

Chapter 3. Capitalism

Chapter 4. Socialism and Communism

Chapter 5. National Socialism

Chapter 6. Fascism

Chapter 7.  The management model for Russia

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My thanks, for the help rendered

Gavrilenko Igor Mikhailovich,

Gavrilenko Vera Alexandrovna,

Gavrilenko Elena Yurevna.

Introduction

Power is a sweet word, harassing minds for many centuries in a row. Many people are hungry for power and many people are striving to achieve it. It is a symbol of superiority over others and at the same time a guarantee of impunity for action. The symbol of greatness and success, the symbol of intelligence and the result of a successful work. But very few people remember that the government is not only orders and leadership, but also the responsibility that falls on the shoulders. And the more power, the greater the responsibility and so will always be. In a world full of inequality and lawlessness, rarely does anyone remember this, which inevitably leads at times to catastrophic consequences and troubles. Successful leadership of the state is a balance between power, order and inevitable responsibility for their actions. States and countries are governed by certain standards-management models. Many ruling regimes were, many of them exist now and many will be in the future, but they are united by one trend — inevitable collapse. Because each regime is attached to a certain leader, to a certain person and an era. With the fading of the leader, another person comes to replace him, who has his own views, ambitions and intentions. And the new ruler will never fulfill the plans of the previous one, because if he could execute other people’s decisions, he did not take this post and would not get into the government. A distinctive feature of all leaders is the inability to accept someone else’s order, but not only from disobedience, but also from their own opinions, from their own views and beliefs, after all, from disgust to someone else’s point of view. This is how a certain type of government is formed, which is the management model. Countries on our planet are governed and interact with each other according to certain principles that are binding for all. The peoples of all countries are also united by certain rules of existence. But if you look closely, it seems that there is nothing in common, all countries are different, the standard of living is different, the culture is different and there cannot be any similarity. But in fact, it is the leaders of countries that create this heterogeneity, despite the fact that the result of their work should be identified. Only the result, not the ways to solve problems and tasks. It is their character, ambition and disobedience to common sense that lead to such lamentable results. Continuous wars, hunger and poverty all result of the leadership of the countries. But, none of these rulers warned their people about this result, otherwise, he would not take this post. Everyone tried to embellish himself and the plans for improvement of the country, to encourage people, told about dreams which are not fated to come true. Many country leaders start having problems because they do not know how countries interact with each other. Many of them do not know that these are not arbitrary acts, but conscious decisions within the framework of international law. Many of them forget that international law regulates coexistence of the countries on our planet.

All this information demands detailing and the careful analysis. Otherwise, illiteracy and impunity will continue to be the foundation of society. Every person on our planet must have at least elementary knowledge of the models of the leadership of the countries, social norms, class distinctions and international laws, otherwise any passer can become the head of state, cause irreparable harm to his people and the peoples of our planet.

Chapter 1. Class differences

People live in all countries, everyone knows this. And people of this different prosperity. The population of any country is divided into classes or groups: a penniless class, a middle class and a prosperous class.

The main characteristic of each class:

Penniless class.

This includes workers, government employees, employees of private companies. The main difference from the middle class is the lack of own business. Since all these people go to hire labor, they can be managed by both the employers and the government, which affect their employers.

Middle class.

This class of artisans and small shopkeepers. The main feature of these people is financial independence, which makes the impact of these people extremely problematic. A middle-class man has a small business that he manages, without hiring workers or employing workers in small numbers. There may be a difficulty in calculating when the wage of the poorest exceeds the income of a middle-class family. In this case, you need to be guided by two basic principles: first, any income from your business, unlike wages, is financial independence (a person can be excluded from hiring labor at any time; own business is private property, not alienated). Secondly, if revenues exceed expenditures, then the amount of earning money does not matter.

A prosperous class.

This class includes people who own factories or firms. They do not manage them, because they bought a factory or a company together with workers and management. Owners of patents for invention or intellectual property rights that receive a portion of the profits from the realization of their creations or inventions. These categories of citizens are not accidentally indicated in this class. They complement each other, since on our planet all inventions are subject to registration, and production is allowed only with the permission of the patent owner. Therefore, the plant without the permission of the patent owner turns into a pile of scrap metal.

This is the class inequality of society. This information seems very simple, but it is of fundamental importance when choosing a model of country governance. The government chooses one class of society for its support, and then helps this class of society in all possible ways. The choice of a class of society is not done chaotically. To take this decision, the government takes into account statistical data. It is necessary for the leader of the country to confidently hold office and receive stable support from the population. It is class inequality that creates such a variety of management models. But the question arises: can the government helper all classes and improve the life of the whole people? Absolutely not. Helping one class, the government inevitably infringes on the interests of others, and this is a regularity. Basically, governments are trying to get approval from the poor, because they are the most numerous classes. Why enlist the support of the rich, if they are practically absent in the country, and they are politically neutral. The rich do not go to the polls, but they will not go to the rally, that is, they are useless. The only nuance of these people is that they themselves crave for power and try to penetrate it. But, as practice shows because of their laziness, they rarely, or more precisely, almost never organize their political movement, but adjoin already existing ones. Nothing good, but no harm to the government. Poor people suffer from inaction of rich people who are in government. Instead of active actions to improve life in the country, the rich, who are in the power structure, behave neutrally. Why do they do this? And this question has a simple explanation. First, poor people for the rich, as a rule, this is a workforce and a tool for raising money. The machine cannot produce the product itself, and, accordingly, it needs a worker. That is why the equipment of production and the working class consisting of poor people are treated as one whole. Nobody cares about the well-being of the machine and the welfare of the worker, respectively. Secondly, these people were able to get rich under the existing laws, which means that they are happy with everything, and hardly they want change. The middle class are people from the indigent class who managed to earn a small amount of capital. They are harmful to the government, because they have their own opinion. They are endowed with cleverness and perseverance, which enabled them to move from class to class. But, fortunately, there are relatively few such people, and by and large they do not bring trouble.

For most management models, the main task is to maintain a constant balance between classes. This is due to the fact that in each country there is a certain work that must be done systematically, and for this people are needed. If there is a skew in the direction of the rich, then who will go to work? In this regard, assistance to the poor class is reduced to almost zero. The main task is to prevent hunger, and people worked on hiring labor, receiving at the same time as much money as necessary until the next salary. And in any case, they could not accumulate funds to go to the middle class.

Chapter 2. The basic rules of governing the country

The head of state runs the country, this is understandable. But first we need to understand what a country is. A country is a territory with established borders and people living on it. The well-being of the country depends on many factors, but the main ones are the amount of minerals and the volume of goods produced by the population. In this regard, the universal method of government is absent, since many factors inherent in this country need to be taken into account. Leaders of countries, as a rule, do not use complex methods, but choose the simplest methods. For this reason, countries rich in resources, extract and sell them to countries that do not have or have fewer resources. Countries that have few resources, buy them, and the main activity of these countries is the production of goods. Naturally, this leaves its mark on the development of countries and their peoples, since mining is a more primitive occupation than the production of goods. The population of the countries exporting minerals begins to lag behind in thinking, skills and creative development. These are consumer countries in the literal sense — they consume resources from the planet and consumer goods from other peoples, which inevitably leads to the degradation of nations. In today’s world, we have learned to find a way out of almost any difficult situation. Now at the core of the resources of the countries are not only minerals and primary commodities. Some governments use their people as resources, as cheap labor. Some countries accumulate patents for exclusive projects, because these inventions cannot be manufactured without their permission, and therefore it is necessary to share with them the profit from the goods produced.

Now let’s see what is money or the national currency. Money is the equivalent of manufactured goods in a country for a certain period, a measure of labor. If there is an excess of money in the country in relation to the goods produced, their owners will remain without purchases and the deficit will begin. If there is an overabundance of goods in relation to money, people will not be able to make purchases again. The amount of money and goods in the country should be the same, and the government is engaged in it. But, as history shows, instead of controlling this balance, the leaders of the countries deliberately print extra money for their needs, which inevitably leads to an overabundance of the national currency and its depreciation. Money is needed for the government to ensure a fair exchange of goods within the country between people. Only within the country, not between countries. Relations between countries are based on other principles.

Having understood what is the national currency and for what it is needed, let’s move on to studying the price of money. How many paper money are required for a particular commodity, how it should be calculated, and how these calculations are related to gold. Money is a measure of work. The standard of measuring a person’s work is considered to be the extraction of gold by a person, for a certain time. In different countries this value will change, so the ratio of the national currency to gold varies. This is necessary so that the currencies of different countries can be compared with each other and set the exchange rate. Gold bullion in any country will remain a gold bullion, but the number of paper moneys in recalculation will vary. For example, you can not take the currency of one country and buy something in another country. To do this, you need to exchange your currency for local currency, and here you need a standard that is universal in all countries that gold is considered to be. How many a worker extracts a gram of gold per hour, so much is estimated the hour of his work, in terms of the national currency.

For example: gold on the stock exchange today costs 230 rubles for 0.1 gramme, for one hour the worker extracted 0.1 gramme, and another worker for this hour baked ten loaves. Consequently, ten loaves cost 0.1 gramme of gold (conditionally) or 230 rubles, that is, the price of one loaf of bread is 23 rubles.

Based on this standard, the profitability of production of goods, the ratio of currencies and economies of countries is compared. The more gold reserves of the country, the more effectively it exploits its people. Naturally, ordinary citizens do not compare the price of money with gold; The government considers this and provides ready-made figures. Countries among themselves cannot be settled in national currency, because it operates only within the country. The calculation between countries is carried out by gold or its exchange for an equivalent volume of raw materials or goods. The state can not exchange national resources for the currency of another country. It is impossible to exchange national resources for paper money of another country, because this is a crime against the people of the country. The government has no right to dispose of national wealth; it can only express the will of its nation. The government can sell minerals and resources in the event of an emergency. All extractions and processing of raw materials, including the production of goods, must be concentrated on the country.

In the modern world, nuclear weapons have long existed, and work is currently underway to reduce it, but, nevertheless, states continue to produce obsolete military equipment and firearms. Governments contain huge armies that require financial and food supplies, convincing their people that this is aimed at their safety. But these actions contradict each other. In fact, these tanks and machine guns, millions of soldiers exist to quell riots inside the country and support the existing political regime. The government, by infringing on the rights and interests of its people, uses the army to deter its people, not to ensure the security of the country.

In such circumstances, the nation becomes hostage to its own country under constant pressure from the government, which in turn ceases to fulfill its functions and is a prison guard. Constant intimidation, threats, pressure, adoption of laws are aimed at turning the nation into slaves, poor, hungry, submissive prisoners. This is necessary to implement the criminal goals of the government and support the interests of their foreign partners.

Communism and National Socialism are considered plague for people. But capitalism and democracy are the only plague for the nation. It is capitalism that allows the government to make obedient slaves out of the population. It is capitalism that makes it possible to cause the poverty of people, thereby destroying them.

Of course, each model of governance is created for the benefit of people, but under the leadership of criminals, this brings people only misfortunes. Destroys civilizations, erasing them from the face of the earth. The management model is usually not evil, but the evil people who use them for their criminal purposes.

Chapter 3. Capitalism

Capitalism is a model of governance based on private property and legal equality and freedom of enterprise. In theory, under capitalism, private property is inviolable. Private property means not only a house, a car, but also personal production, and money. Freedom is also at the core of this system. People choose legal representatives, giving them their right to vote, and those in turn, on behalf of their constituents, fulfill their will, that is, they decide what is good for the country and the people, and what is not.

But this is all in theory, but in practice, having passed their votes to elected representatives, people are deprived of the opportunity to influence further decision-making. This fact immediately begins to work against the people. Realizing that people do not possess power, officials and the government begin to use their position, and cease to defend the interests of their nation, seeing in them only labor and human resources. In general, capitalism is the power of entrepreneurs, and accordingly only their interests will be taken into account. Simple people in this case are considered as resources and an integral part of production.

The harm of capitalism is as follows. The damage is that the poor cannot participate in elections. This is due to the lack of funds. The board includes only rich people, and only their interests are protected. But not only lack of money deprives the poor, but also a lack of knowledge. And here we are not talking about the availability of a diploma, but about the fact that the education system does not provide the necessary knowledge. People study, get an education, but they lack knowledge in the broadest sense of the word. This is done by the government specifically so that people do not understand that they are being deceived. Thus, people are deprived of the rights and freedoms that belong to them by right. But capitalism is harmful not only to the population, but also to the countries. With complete freedom, private individuals buy up the national wealth of the country and export it abroad, causing irreparable damage to the nation. This is theft, because, taking strategic resources, in return they give the paper (paper money). Although it is no secret that the paper has no material value, like paper money. Capitalism spawned hybrid and patent wars.

Hybrid war is the basis of capitalist society. Hybrid war is an economic war, without the use of weapons. Why bomb an enemy if you can withdraw strategic reserves from an enemy country by exchanging them for paper (paper money). It remains only to wait, when the enemy, left without resources, will die.

Patent war — is based on patent law. Holders of patent rights prohibit the production of their inventions to the enemy state, forcing trading in minerals, that is, to change raw materials to paper (paper money).

Information warfare — forms a false opinion about events, by providing false information or fake news.

Collection of bio materials and statistical data, in order to study the enemy and identify weaknesses and attachments.

Creation of world exchanges, where factories, companies and raw materials are sold. Officially, this is free trade, but in fact it is done in order to devalue the strategic plant and buy it at a bargain price, exchanging it for paper (money). Why capture enemy factories, if they can easily get them for free, without making a single shot. By minimizing the raw material prices of the enemy’s country, it is easy to ruin it, bring it into poverty and even get resources almost for free, as a result of which the enemy will die.

In the era of modern capitalism, a global economy arose, which implies that the governments of countries no longer possess power and are concentrated in the hands of rich people. Billionaires on the planet make up no more than a few thousand, when the entire population of the Earth is seven billion two hundred million people. But the problem is that in no country in the world you can get rich without the government. If a person does not cooperate with the authorities, then he inevitably undergoes systematic repression, which ultimately leads to the inevitable confiscation of property. From this we can conclude that all these people are secretly cooperating with some governments, and not necessarily with their own. And it is their countries that are used to conduct hybrid wars. Moreover, they do not pose a threat to their government, because they only have paper (money) in their arsenal, they are forbidden to buy precious metals, that is, they actually do not have anything, but can damage another country.

Capitalism, as practice has shown, does not differ from anything, from the monarchy. In both cases, power is concentrated in the same hands, people do not have the right to vote, their fate is decided by a small circle of persons. The peoples of the countries under these models of government only hamper the sharing of the planet’s wealth, being an expendable material for the realization of their goals.

But, like all management models, capitalism is doomed to disappear. Since this political system only exhausts human resources, destroying people, leading them into poverty, it is also threatened with collapse. On the one hand, capitalism is based on the production of goods, on the other hand, on the exploitation of people. After all, people become indigent, and they cannot buy goods, which means that capitalism, like a political system, is being destroyed.

Chapter 4. Socialism and Communism

Socialism is a social order based on state property. This model of government is based on social equality within the country and freedom, but does not exclude small craftsmen or private small businesses. The essence of socialism lies in the fact that the country’s strategic resources and enterprises are state-owned and benefit the country and the people.

Communism is a political system based on socialism, but in which private property is banned. This is the main difference from socialism. People of communism are divided into groups (communes) and perform a certain type of work. The government allocates the responsibilities of the country to the communities and monitors their implementation. Produced goods and services are also distributed evenly between citizens. Under communism, people’s rights and freedoms must be realized in this way.

Communism exists at the expense of the exploitation of its citizens. The work that needs to be done in the country is different — some very heavy, others extremely light, and they cannot be evenly distributed. This is the main problem of communism. In practice, this is solved very simply — hard work is carried out by prison inmates. For this purpose, camps are being set up, and half of the country’s population is imprisoned under some pretext, for further heavy and harmful work. And the second half of the population works in light jobs and, accordingly, supports the existing political system. Prisoners in this case are deprived of the right to vote. Their property is confiscated in favor of people left at large.

In this situation, there are no people who can be exploited as the resources of the country. There is no private property that can be confiscated. Communism begins to collapse, as a political system.

Chapter 5. National Socialism

National Socialism, a system based on socialism and the priority of national interests of the country. The difference between this system and other political models is that the state, exploits the peoples of other countries to solve its tasks, and does not exploit its own people. By the nation is meant every citizen of the country, and not one nationality.

Under National Socialism, strategic resources, plants and enterprises become state-owned. Small businesses and private property remain in the hands of the nation. At the same time, there is no rich class in the political system, as large enterprises are nationalized. The poor are also absent, they are borrowed from other countries for work. National Socialism is a middle class system that owns small enterprises and manages workers from other countries. The profit from the nationalized enterprises goes to the needs of the state, the rest is evenly distributed among the citizens of the country, that is, the nation.

National Socialism is a country of soldiers, not traders.

Chapter 6. Fascism

Fascism, is a superstructure of National Socialism, based on the superiority of one nationality over others and racial intolerance.

Fascism is a criminal system that has nothing to do with politics and General sensuality. The crime of this tendency is the extermination of people. Absurdity consists in the destruction of the working class because of racial intolerance. In this regard, the doctrine of fascism does not make sense. On the one hand, fascism contributes to the superiority of one race, which cannot work, on the other, the working class of the country is being exterminated. This is nonsense, even if you do not touch morality.

Fascism is a leech of National Socialism, which destroys it from within. Fascism is the cause of world wars, as well as the mass murder of people.

Chapter 7.  The management model for Russia

The governance model for Russia should be based on the following principles, which take into account the interests of the people and the preservation of national wealth. It is inadmissible to exploit the people of Russia. The government can not allocate national and strategic resources, transfer them to foreigners and other countries. The profit from resources should be evenly distributed among the people of Russia. It is unacceptable to judge people for theft, basically forcing them to do so if they take their rightful share of the profits from the country’s resources. Russia has almost thirty percent of the world’s mineral resources, and the Russian people should not live in poverty. It is impossible to transfer strategic enterprises and deposits to private individuals, all this should be publicly available, and profits should be directed to the needs of the country and the people. It is inadmissible to sell raw materials abroad, it must be processed into goods within Russia. Even if it is necessary, there must be an equivalent exchange: raw materials must be exchanged for raw materials, goods must be exchanged for goods, but in no case should raw and goods be given in exchange for money, especially paper money. Money, as was said before, is a paper that does not possess material value. Trade in strategic resources of the country in exchange for national currencies of other countries is a crime against the country and the people.

But with such enormous resources, Russia has no right to infringe on poor countries. Our country should provide an opportunity for poor nations, come to Russia and earn their family a piece of bread. We must provide all migrant workers with decent pay, housing and safe travel back to their country.


Such a management model can save the Russian people from exploitation and help needy people and countries of the planet. This is my vision of justice. This is my world order!

Mikhail Gavrilenko 12.09.2018 10:29 MSK


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