Fifth way

Fifth Way

Main Points of Book in the form of articles

Fifth Way is anti Third Way

Does not necessarily have the same political position as the rest of the articles in this website. It is presented here since these are issues concerning the whole world. In addition, there are many links from Globalization articles to Fifth Way articles. Also, Fifth Way could go along a nice and easy alternative globalization like Third Way is combined with ultraglobalization (NWO).

An anti-Third Way, anti(ultra)globalist, center-right ideology needs to be developed. May be it would not be exactly what is described in the book (articles). Also, it may have a differnet name other than Fifth Way. The articles (book) give some ideas that could be adopted in the anti-Third Way ideology. Not all have to be incorporated. Also some not mentioned in the articles (book) could be included.

Third Way is an ideology popular with ultraglobalists. Fifth Way could be popular among anti-ultraglobalists. They have similarities and differences. First of all the name is similar. Fourth Way was not used because it already exists. Fourth Way is an approach to self development by Greek descent Armenian Georgy Gurdjief (Geordiadis). Fourth Political Ideology is used by Russian Alexander Dugin, whose daugher was murdered in a car bombing, allegedly by Ukranian agents. Fifth is also used for the symbolisms of number five. 

Third Way is mostly center-left but combines some elements from the right. Fifth Way is mostly center-right but combines some elements from the left. Fifth Way promotes smaller state and lesser government intervention, compared to Third Way. So, they are similar because they combine elements from left and right but dissimilar in the mix and the fact that Third Way is mostly center-left while Fifth Way is mostly center-right. Ultraglobalists are stronger in center-left while opponents are stronger in the center-right. 

Perhaps the book (articles) will only be the starting point for an anti-Third Way ideology to evolve. Some points are an interesting and unique attempt to compromise between right and left anti(ultra)globalists. Other points offer non-ideological solutions or alternatives that could be adopted regardless of position in the political spectrum. There are also explanations and findings that are helpful to everyone.

There is also the question of how this compromise can be used, taking into account the number of political parties in a country. A compromise between right and left leans toward the center. An equal mix of right and left elements is at the center. As mentioned, Third Way is mostly center-left while Fifth Way is mostly center-right. In both cases we have an unequal mix of left and right elements.

If we have a two parties system like in the US, the right party's position will be to the right of the equal mix compromise and the left party's position to the left of the compromise. Although an equal mix compromise is not suitable altogether for a center-left or a center-right party position, some elements could be used. The compromise can be usefull in the negotiations between the two parties. The equal mix compromise could be the guide but not the position of the center-left and the center-right party in a four party system.

This is by no means a suggestion for a move towards the center. We urge anti(ultra)globalists to move to a winning position and make a winning alliance. A winning position does not always require a move to the center (e.g. Reagan). Some of the ideas in the book (articles) could help anti-ultraglobalist parties reach a winning position. What is more important at this time, is to stop ultraglobalists and have an alternative nice and easy mild globalization. Stopping ultraglobalsists is by far the number one issue.

Once this happens, there will be time to discuss issues examined in "Fifth Way" and whether some ideas presented can be applied in real economy and real politics. In the end, voters have the final saying and approve or disapprove certain ideas. In applied politics, politicians should express the voters' opinions, according to the party they are in and not try to impose their views on voters and brainwash them as ultraglobalists do.

Books, articles etc influence voters' opinions. There is a difference though between presenting an argument and conspiring to impose views on people using media control, propaganda and brainwashing especially when the latter is accompanied by an effort to establish an ultraglobalist pseudo-elite that will deceive, oppress and exploit mankind.

These articles are based on some parts of the Book's first draft. They should not be seen as the final proposal for an anti-Third Way Ideology. Corrections, clarifications and additions are made. It may take some time until the book is published. In the meanwhile, these articles can be usefull to make some matters better understood and get some ideas. As mentioned above, perhaps they can be the starting point for an Anti - Third Way Ideology to evolve.

Number of political parties   A push approach   Butter or cannons   Clarifications on co-entrepreneurship   Classical Economists   Co-entrepreneurship   Co-franchising   Common ownership   Company and state cash flows   Contemporary practical view   Economic size matters   Economic success   From Ancient till Classical   Globalization   Government companies   Governmnet   Historical and other information   Is free trade God’s blessing?   Left – Right – Center   Legal migration   Levels of collectiveness   Markets, salaries and profits   Misuse of words   Parallel systems   Private vs public education   Profits and Costs   Reducing working hours per week   Remote work nets   Taxes, inequality, prosperity   The comparative advantage fairy tale   The right approach   The wrong approach   Valuation and returns   Value, Advantage & Malthusian trap   Wages decline

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