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January 18, 2017 (0181US)
Confraternity of Economies (second outline)

Suisse Cantons 2015I know the arguments through which people praise the so-called progress that the big national masses are supposed to be.
But this is very arguable.
Must it  be repeated about France, where The Revelation of Arès has been delivered, that the 1789 French revolution has not given their freedom to the ethnic groups which had been annexed to the kingdom, that it overthrew?
The republic has appropriated the complete power over the complete territory, which the bunch of princes had appropriated (Rev of Arès 1/7) previously.
That agglomerate as well unjust as incon­sistent, which is becoming more and more obvious, has been abandoned to the political power's greed, but in whose name can we rebel against it today? In The Revelation of Arès's name,
Penitence — that is, love, forgiveness, peace, kindhearted intelligence and men's absolute freedom that the Father calls on human beings to practice can be lived on only in small groups of men.
How can small sovereign units of men stay alive in happiness? I have not been much interested in some 400 micronations, a lot of which have been short-lived and unreliable, or in about thirty microstates (Malta, Andorra, Iceland, Cook Islands, etc.). I have especially looked into two patterns of nation, which are very different from each other. One of both is quite sovereign as regards religion: Jews closely joined in the denomination most free in the world, Judaism with its "ageless absolutely immemorial insubmissive nature" (Bernard-Henri Levy), but not sovereign as regards economy, at all, and utterly scattered. The other one is less far from my concept of small sovereign economy: The small historical cantons of the Helvtian Confederation or Swiss, which are sovereign states. It was possible for me to be over in those cantons and study them in October 2015 thanks to a couple of Swiss Arès Pilgrims.

The modernity of society is not found in the large masses. The age-old struggle against the ideolatry of politics and even power cannot be carried through successfully but in small nations, that the Father says will move back to Him (Rev of Arès 28/21). Of course, the small Swiss cantons are not inhabited with penitents, but when small penitent economies will draw their inspiration from those cantons and be developping, God's Day (31/8) will not be long coming.
I give the readers of the blog the notes in full, that I took when I was away on a trip there. Fifty 14.5x21 cm pages of notes in my handwriting lacking in text structuring and filled with repetitions, which I ask the reader to forgive, but I think that the notes as such have the insight of sincerity and of a hard thinking I continuously did everywhere around the 4-Cantons Lake. Having said this, a man my age is aware that it is always through its own deeds and habits that the mind meets with the truth and makes mistakes. Alain said that one has to "build bridges over abysses" whenever one has to do the right thinking. So I filtered my obervations through my own sieve and I possibly misjudged a few things. But I have to make a first move.

Schwytz (in the Confedération ever since 1291) population 146.000
Uri (in the Confedération ever since 1291) population 35.000
Nidwald (in the Confedération ever since 1291) population 41.000
Obwald (in the Confedération ever since 1291) population 35.000
Lucerne (in the Confedération ever since 1332) population 377.000
Zug (in the Confedération ever since 1352) population 113.000
Glaris (in the Confedération ever since 1352) population 38.000
All of these cantons are small people units each of them being a totally sovereign nation, a part of the Helvetian Confederation.

I think that a human organization whatever is only justified if very limited objectives have been set. Man shall be absolutely free [Rev of Arès 10/10]  —  he has been created for freedom —, so society cannot guarantee freedom but in small free restricted units.
Politics like religion is nothing more than an occupational business. A person is a minister, a senator or a member of the parliament just as a person is a bishop, a rabbi, a priest, a minister, an imam, an ayatollah, a guru. In reality, if politics were meant to the right management of society but no more than that, it should be operated by anybody, but not by the initiates or professionals. The fact that politics or religion are reserved for initiates gives other people, the citizens, a right to curiosity. Managing society should be based only on a few straightforward rules of common sense, but it does no go that way any more, because nations are too large, too much populated, too much diverse within themselves.
A man, who wants soundly to weigh up the conditions of his happiness, has to realize his situation within his society clearly. He can't possibly do so outside a small unit of men.
I cannot exercise my right to curiosity, if I live in a nation too much populated nation and consequently too complex or even too much complicated. Some men and women have been aware of this a long time, so they have to reduce the settlements they live in to small people units. .Which seems to be the canton's Swiss people's situation... (you can read on in French)

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