Part 1 – Institutions of life networks

Political institutions, introduction

Political action to organize human activity.

The exercise of the mission of authority by citizens, as we have just seen, can directly organize power and command or delegate this organization to representatives. In social networks, the direct organization of power and command is a priority. From this choice of civilization, flows at the level of power, the selection of knowledge and knowledge capable of meeting this purpose and to achieve these objectives. This knowledge is currently forbidden, taboo by the minority that rules the systems of power, but it exists and was used before these systems of power were put in place, and it is used every generation by the dissidents, the resistance that opposes these systems of power.

Management of human activity

We will begin by presenting this knowledge used in the organization of power and command directly by citizens and then we will see the institutions set up to exercise power and command directly.

Among the 3 levels of human activity,

  • work indispensable for life and survival,
  • the realization of works that raise living standards and are passed on to future generations,
  • assemblies of political action,

it is political action that will organize the work essential to life and survival and the realization of works that raise the standard of living and are passed on to future generations. Here we are!

Political action

Political action for the purpose of organizing a social group, as for the management of a company, comprises 4 functions: define the objectives (DIR), animate the work of the group to achieve these objectives (MANAG), monitor progress towards the realization of the projects (CONTROL), represent the group vis-à-vis the other groups (REPR).

Management and management do not change whether you are in a company or in a project group that achieves the objectives of a social life network. As we have already shown, participatory management within the framework of a Total Quality approach with its quality circles closely corresponds to the functioning of political action in the life networks. The two major differences that our reader has identified are the absence of a hierarchical system of power and command and the abandonment of the exclusive use of private property, including means of production, in the development of material wealth, its distribution and consumption.

Decision making.

In terms of the organization of work and tasks, we have the analysis of Peter Drucker, founder of Management in the 1960s in the USA, on the 7 stages of decision-making. In a participatory local direct democracy, decision-making is as crucial as in a multinational commercial society and it is also built by successfully working on each of these 7 steps. Each member of the social group or project team performs work on either of these steps, depending on their skills and participates directly in the final decision-making. Each step also uses specific computer tools, software packages or software that can automate all or part of the work.

the 7 stages of decision-making

les 7 étapes de la prise de décision, tableau en anglais

We are not going to pursue a thorough course here in these areas of management, management and economics. But it is the starting point for organizing the work, especially without hierarchical organization that multiplies the levels of chiefs and sub-chiefs in order to control everything with an autocratic management according to the military model.

Life networks initially use the family model: a group of volunteers (and who love each other in principle for this matter of the family) and who share a life organization using the 3 forms of property: individual in the context of respecting the privacy of each individual; common in the use of household goods such as kitchen equipment, sanitary facilities, and. ; collective in the sharing of a culture, an education transmitted by the social environment, parents and ascendants who are no longer there, etc.

The organization of the working team

or living together is defined by job cards that describe the level of responsibility of the incumbent of the position and especially his direct responsibility that he exercises alone in the achievement of such or such an objective, the level of competence expected in this position with the degree of versatility or expertise in the knowledge required to hold this position, the level of creative initiatives that the incumbent of the position must take to resolve malfunctions, unforeseen events that occur sooner or later in a human activity or the use of machines, processes that are under his direct responsibility. The elevation of the experience of the holder of a position will allow him to apply for positions of higher levels of responsibility and according to his skills and his will, to direct himself more in positions of management or in positions of expertise in technological, scientific or humanities fields.

Internal mobility in a network of production of material and intangible wealth takes place according to the progress, creation, end of project teams. Life projects are based in a city, a geographical place in relation to their objectives of satisfying needs and creating wealth.

The mobility of staff is therefore also geographical to move from one life project to another. Common property in real estate, movable property, health, civil and military security are necessary for this mobility and this rise in skills to develop and accompany the diffusion of social life networks at the level of a country and among the global village. Confederations of social life networks intervene to manage these exchanges between countries and continents.

This quick tour of the issue and why not already of the world, demonstrates that we are in this civilization choice always radically opposed to the world government that wants to impose the Anglo-Saxon financial oligarchy that we will deal with in Part 2: the functioning of power systems. We are here in an organic description of the functioning of life networks and their institutions: family, life project group, confederation.

We know the remarks, the criticisms, the current condemnations of our contradictors completely bewildered by this 180 degree reversal of the mode of operation when we leave the systems of power to develop our social life networks. The convincing example of the Egyptian, Greek, medieval European and first peoples, if our detractors do not dispute them, are however violently rejected with their argument for them decisive: if it works at the local level, on a small scale, it cannot work at the level of a country, a continent, etc.

Then there is no need to ask them for the contribution of the Egyptian, Greek, Celtic, Iberian and Berber civilizations, Persians, those of Asia, the Far East, the Middle East, the Amerindians and so many others… on our own and our ways of living together without such a developed art of living and times of civil peace, abundance of material goods, culture as high as in those civilizations that our detractors most often ignore because they have not been able to fill the gaps and manipulations of the history books distributed in our school systems.

Principles and methods used in Life Networks

We are at the heart of the political organization of social life networks and therefore, our reader is now following us correctly, we are facing the taboo, the fundamental prohibition posed by the minorities who have seized the exercise of power and command by confiscating our mission of authority.

The inverse of centralization of power, which drives power in systems, i.e. the direct exercise of power and command, has a name: subsidiarity. This principle is accompanied by another complementary principle: an alliance of opposites (not a democratic consensus).

The Alliance of Opponents

Allows to define the objectives of the work teams, which we call here life project teams because their missions concern the management of human activity and not only production objectives in a specific trade or field.

To define the objectives, stakeholders are brought together and consulted in a contradictory debate in order to better assess the risks, threats, opportunities, strengths and weaknesses of the project. In Management this involves strategic, internal and external diagnosis.

In the liberal capitalist system, this strategic diagnosis is carried out by the management of a public company or organization and is often kept secret. Risk assessment is part of the management powers of the head of undertaking and is the sole judge of that power according to established case-law.

In Life Networks, this strategic diagnosis is carried out under the responsibility of the Life Project Team. It is at the heart of the file that she will present to the political assembly of the local institution to which she is attached in order to obtain the political validation of the project and the right to use the available resources, especially the common goods and the full currency, the social rights.

Threats and risks are assessed in terms of supplies, resources to be used, the level of skills involved, but also in terms of pollution risks, environmental damage, health damage, etc. In Life Networks, life project teams work to satisfy public and common interests and not exclusively private interests.


It is ascending and descending to obtain the optimal solution that will be adapted to local particularities.

It develops political action at the local level and at the level of a country, a continent, the global village. The link capable of bringing the whole world together is the optimal solution in the current state of knowledge, if it was necessary and indispensable to bring together a college of experts from all over the world.

This optimal solution is knowledge managed by collective ownership, all members of social life networks benefit from it and learn it through education and training networks largely based on the pedagogy of or by the project, our readers had guessed it.

We are now able to approach the political institutions of social life networks according to
The following progression:

  • The alliance of opposites and subsidiarity, complementarity between the three forms of property: these are the constitutive bases of social life networks.
  • Political institutions and their organic presentation from the local level to the Confederation of Social Life Networks: Free Cities, Life Project teams, Confederation and its own institutions.

We can now resume the scheme of decision -making in 7 stages of Peter Drucker to adapt it to the functioning of our life networks by integrating their political and economic institutions that we will present in the following chapters.

1 definition of objectivesprinciple of the alliance of oppositesThe Assembly of Political Action of the Free City
On the proposal of a team of life projects
2 data assemblythe alliance of oppositesThe team of life projects with the Confederation Experts
3 data selectionthe alliance of oppositesThe team of life projects with the Confederation Experts
4 positioning of alternativesprinciple of subsidiarity,
adaptation of the optimal solution to local particularities
l’équipe de projets de vie
avec le centre de gestion auquel elle est rattachée
5 risk assessmentsubsidiarity, total quality approach
with the calculation of the cost of obtaining quality
and the cost of obtaining solidarity
The Life Project team
with the management center to which it is attached
6 decidesubsidiarityThe Assembly of Political Action of the Free City
with the file presented by the management center
and the life project team
7 follow the decision with a dashboard total quality approachThe Assembly of Political Action
With the report of the Life Project team

For the financing of human activity, life networks use full currency and social rights in the management of common goods, we will come there later.

Each political institution through the use of the alliance of opposites and subsidiarity,

to accomplish its purposes, organizes the exercise of the mission of authority of its members

through direct management of power and command.

This vocabulary is not taught in the system of liberal capitalist power, it is part of the prohibited law because contrary to the interests of its leaders.

Citizens who leave these power systems, on the contrary, rediscover and use this prohibited right which was used in flourishing humanist civilizations whose last in Europe was the medieval period.

The use of this vocabulary shows that we are able to develop a new flourishing humanist civilization, without the leaders of power systems.

We know how to name, put words on what we want, breaking their prohibitions and winning our freedoms to answer our reasons for living!

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