Formale Demokratie vs. wahre Demokratie / Die Politik ist tot, oder doch nicht?

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Formale Demokratie vs. wahre Demokratie

Die Politik ist tot, oder doch nicht?

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4 Antworten to “Formale Demokratie vs. wahre Demokratie / Die Politik ist tot, oder doch nicht?”

  1. Robert (Berlin) Says:

    Siehe auch
    https://www.tagesschau.de/ausland/amerika/biden-schuldenerlass-101.html

  2. Peter Nasselstein Says:

    American College of Orgonomy
    Interview with Chris Burritt, D.O.
    „A Picky Patient Finally Finds Love: Her Tenth Therapist Gets to the Heart of the Problem“
    Saturday, October 15, 2022 at 4:00 PM

    The ACO’s Case Presentation Series, A Different Kind of Psychiatry, continues with a free webinar on Saturday, October 15, 2022, from 4:00PM to 5:00PM (ET). Chris Burritt, D.O. will present, „A Picky Patient Finally Finds Love: Her Tenth Therapist Gets to the Heart of the Problem“ in a discussion with interviewer/host Susan Marcel, D.O. During this presentation, you will have the opportunity to submit questions privately using the Q and A function on Zoom. Questions will be addressed during the Q and A portion of the webinar. Please note that as an attendee you will not be seen or heard on screen and you can choose to submit a question anonymously.

    Why did you choose to present this topic?

    Dr. Burritt: “In a recent ACO webinar, Dr. Edward Chastka expressed his perception that people have so much life in them—if only they can remove the blocks that inhibit their healthy core feelings and find a way to express that life. I was reminded of my patient Beth when he said this. Not only is she clearly full of life, but her hard work in therapy has helped her to address the blocks that have inhibited her over the years, and that has allowed her to live more fully. She has always been able to work hard and find satisfaction in learning and in productive work, but what stood out when she sought treatment was that she didn’t have satisfactory relationships—highlighted by her lack of an outlet for love. It has been exciting to see her love life bloom. I think that the audience will be moved by her story and her work in therapy.”

    What treatment approach did you use with this patient?

    Dr. Burritt: “Beth is in medical orgone therapy which has included character analytic work and biophysical work on the couch. Her story underscores the need for the therapist to never lose sight of a patient’s characteristic way of managing their feelings. To stay aware of this allows for profound results to be achieved.”

    What do you hope people will learn from your presentation?

    Dr. Burritt: “I am inspired by my patients and I think Beth’s story might set an example for others. I hope the audience will look at themselves and imagine how they, too, might be able to more fully live with and express their own core liveliness.”

    The webinar will be facilitated by Zoom and will last approximately one hour. Attendance is free. Registration is required.

    Register today: October 15th

    Many of the ACO’s past webinars are available for viewing on the ACO’s YouTube channel: ACO YouTube Channel Link

    American College of Orgonomy
    http://www.orgonomy.org
    http://www.adifferentkindofpsychiatry.com

  3. Peter Nasselstein Says:

    „Der komplette Zusammenbruch der Kultur, des Rechts und der Demokratie vollzog sich gründlich und so schnell, weil die Staatsorgane zuvor ihre Legitimität selbst infrage gestellt hatten.“ Und weiter: „Eine Regierung kann zwar gestürzt werden, aber niemand vermag die Organe des Staates zu delegitimieren ‒ außer die Organe des Staates selbst.“

    https://www.achgut.com/artikel/edith_stein_keine_Heilige_sondern_Suchende

  4. Peter Nasselstein Says:

    Der Souverän ist über die Jahre zur Verfügungsmasse einer Elite geworden, die den Bürgern immer mehr freiheitliche Selbstverantwortung entzieht, statt um deren Mandat zu werben und konkurrenzfähige Konzepte zu entwickeln.

    https://www.achgut.com/artikel/Was_euch_kaputt_macht

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