Why Do We Have So Many Truly Awful Leaders?

Why Do We Have So Many Truly Awful Leaders?

The simple answer is that we are herd animals, tribal flavor. A strong need for leadership is built into our human nature. My question then is why we seem to have so many truly bad leaders. Especially today, it seems. How do such human disasters ever achieve a leadership position? Are we-the-people at fault, or is it something much deeper?

War Is Not Part of Human Nature. True?

War Is Not Part of Human Nature. True?

Some say war is not part of human nature, and yet human history is a history of war. So, where does war come from if not us humans? Today we have wars all over, and we are likely in the early stages of WW III. What is the underlying cause of this mess? Society and politics are getting the blame, but is this really true?

We Are Living in a Leadership Vacuum

We Are Living in a Leadership Vacuum

Has the sun set permanently on great leaders? No? Well, where are they – today I see none. I see only powerful groups and many rulers and ruler-wannabes. Exercise of power and leadership are different. We have lots of the former, but a serious vacuum in the latter. Why should this be? Is it ever likely to be corrected – somehow?

Digital ID’s For Surveillance. Digital Money For Control.

Digital ID’s For Surveillance. Digital Money For Control.

The increasingly powerful Klaus Schwab, his WEF, and his fast-growing army of supporters and implementers seem to have focused on an approach to a one- world-order that is working. Government-issued digital ID’s plus government-created digital money. And rapidly becoming non-optional. Global leaders are quite open about their objectives. Is this 1984’s obey-or-else time? Or just maybe – something good?

We Don’t Learn From History. We Learn From Experience.

We Don’t Learn From History. We Learn From Experience.

We don’t learn from history, but we should, according to various wise folks. But is this really true? My head learns from the study of history, but my heart and will learn from direct personal experience. Also known as the hard way. The leaders who are making history today probably act primarily on the basis of personal experience and consequent hard-way learning. Why