(Kommentar bei Moonofalabama)
Jeffery Sachs speaks and gets shot down.
„Sachs argues that what matters is a country’s unique governance culture: classifying countries in political systems (“liberal democracy or not”) is oversimplifying.
He doesn’t hold back when describing the US governance culture: “A semi-democratic white-dominated hierarchical racist society that aims to preserve privilege by the elites [and founded as] a slave-owning genocidal country”. Ouch!
That’s why he argues that “the biggest mistake of president Biden was to say ‘the greatest struggle of the world is between democracies and autocracies’.”
He adds: “The real struggle of the world is to live together and overcome our common crises” under thunderous applause.
He says “the solution in [this world] is to speak with each other more […] Our political elites in the US do not speak with Chinese political elites except to point fingers or to yell at them. […] If we would seat down to speak with each other, we’d actually get somewhere.”
Last but not least, he destroys the myth that “democracies” are more peaceful: “the most violent country in the world in the 19th century was the most democratic, Britain. The most violent country in the world since 1950 is the US”.
And he gets shockingly shut down by the host.
Here is the full video from the Athens Democracy Forum. (Use the toggle on the red line to skip to Jeffrey Sachs, who starts at 15 minutes).“
Posted by: daffyDuct | Oct 28 2022 1:46 utc | 22
Ein Gedanke zu „Auf den Punkt gebracht“
Es gibt (kontroverse) Diskussionen, da sollte man wie bei einem Schachspiel mit der Uhr arbeiten. Exakt zugemessene Redezeitsumme für jeden Teilnehmer. Strafzeiten für jede Unterbrechung, etc.