The failure of central planning
While I'm at John Robb, this is a super post:
Meet the Central Planners
In contrast, we currently are dependent on a global system that is beyond comprehension.
A system, which for the first time in all of history, is globally interconnected. A super system so large, so fast, and so complex that it can’t be understood or managed.
Yet, despite this, we give an incredibly small and increasingly concentrated group of people the authority to centrally manage our future. This group uses the following ‘knowledge’ to manage our future:
- Soviet type administration and regulation for governance.
- Wall Street equations for finance and corporate governance.
- “Harvard” academic knowledge for economics and other social endeavors.
He's talkin' sense, Merle.
He's also missing a bullet point for the political system. Readers?