I don’t think any thinking person believes that the future is secure for humanity. The future is bleak. And may well be Orange, a colour of deserts, poison, contaminated water, nuclear explosions and death. Since the realization in the late 1950s that the earth’s environment is rapidly degrading as a result of human activity, there have been few attempts to deal with the overall problem. There has been no real new ideological analysis since Marx, whose historical class approach has not been valid for a long time.  Yet such an analysis is not difficult, but is most necessary. There is no new flag that those who are watching the destruction of their future, can stand beside. The early Green Party made an effort, and indeed I was involved in that, but it tried to deal with the problem from within the problem itself, and missed some important clues to the failings of “Democracy”.


My main work as an activist, as a political animal, has been to try and warn against the control of truth exercised by scientists, principally physicists. The area where this has been most deadly is in the analysis of the effects of radioactive pollution. But in taking on the nuclear and military complex, and with a degree of success, I found it necessary to ask how it was that such a cartel had become so powerful. And to keep stepping back from the problem until it could be seen as a nested culture embedded in other nested cultures which supported and sustained it. The Nuclear Industry and its radioactive pollution activities, which are currently killing millions every year, is only one part of the huge culturally constructed monster that has been brought into existence, perhaps in some ways accidentally, or at least in ways that were not predictable as it was being put together by science, economics and greed.


This led eventually to a decision I made to create a new ideology, and I will publish this soon. If I disappear then it will be published by my lawyers. An early presentation of the problem was presented in Riga in 2012. Latvian culture has not yet been destroyed by the global market machine but it is on the way to being absorbed. It is a small population country with resources, and in principle could pull out of the system and become the new Utopia.  


Here are my thoughts on the issue.