C U R I O U S M A N I F E S T O S — excerpts!
Chris MYRSKI, Sofia, 2000
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[ * All names of the parties /movements /etc. in Bulgarian original have abbreviations with three equal letters, which peculiarity isn't easy to maintain in the translation, so the letters are more often different. ]
Manifesto of the DDD (Deliberate Democratic Dictatorship) Movement
Addendum to DDD
Manifesto of the EEE (Enigma of the Exploitative Elite)
Manifesto of the ZSG (Zodiacal Significance Group)
Addendum to ZSG
Manifesto of the IIE (Initiative for Iterative Elections)
Manifesto of the CCW (Corrupted Cadres Wing)
Manifesto of the NNO (New Nomenclature's Offensive)
Manifesto of the FCP (Forever Changing Party)
Addendum to FCP
Manifesto of the BRD (Believers in the Reasonable Difference)
Addendum to BRD
Manifesto of the USC (Union for Strength and Competition)
Manifesto of the TTT (Tandem for Total Totalization)
Manifesto of the FFF (Feminism Forcing Formation)
Manifesto of the CCC (Civilized Centralization and Circuses)
Addendum to CCC
Supplement: Hurray, Is It Possible (Government of the Reasonable Alternative)?
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MANIFESTO OF THE NNO
(New Nomenclature's Offensive)
The history of all societies is a history of fight for power between common and chosen (by God) people, between patricians and plebeians, between people and aristocracy! This is so because, for one thing, the governing isn't an easy activity which can be performed by incompetent and unprepared for the purpose people, but, for another thing, the more deficient one is, the less he understands this and the more thinks that he knows everything and wants to have his say in the government (surely for to muddle the things in the end). The aristocracy has the important advantage of people grown up in cultivated environment and received good education from early childhood, people for whom it is proper to say that they have sucked the good manners already with their mother's milk. The fact that they, as a rule, are not encumbered with the necessity to win their bread with disgusting labour, as the other part of the population, gives them the possibility to live for their own pleasure and creative expression, because to show his own abilities is the highest pleasure for those wealthy in spirit! At the same time the aristocrats don't need to make career at all costs, in order to find their place under the Sun, as it is the case with the "plebeians"; they have their good place already with their birth and when they take some important positions in the hierarchy of government they have no other possibility unless to do their work properly (because nothing makes them to do this, other than their moral sense)
Put it otherwise, the practical lack of selfish incentives in the governing makes the aristocrat the ideal ruler, and the more prosperous one ruler is, the less is for him the danger to "lose the bone" and all related with this privileges, the more unconcerned is he in the power and the more competent is his ruling! In this connection is useful to remind the accustomed between the ordinary people rule that a clever person, when surrounded by swarm of gnats, does not drive them away at all, because these, that have sucked full bellies with his blood, keep away the new and hungry ones. Together with this we should not forget also the fact that the aristocrat knows from early age what will be his place in the government and receives the corresponding specialized education, so that he is ready for the activity which will perform, where the plebeian-ruler, more often than not, has no managerial, as we say nowadays, education.
But all this, surely, has been known to the people from ancient times and was applied in social ruling long before the emerging of democracy, as it continues to be applied in nearly half of the world centuries after the widespread proliferation of the latter. The non-unknown totalitarian nomenclature was yet another attempt for realization of the above-mentioned pluses of predetermined rulers. The main drawback of this method is the fact that the masses are to be forced somehow to obey the aristocracy, where the ways for doing this are usually only two: either by compulsion, or by deception! If it is necessary may be invented some absolutely impossible lie, which can enable achieving of the goal for unquestioning obedience of the masses (like this, that the aristocracy has blue blood instead of red, like all the others, or that the God itself has made himself the trouble to choose them for rulers and this must be passed from father to first-born son and from him to his son, et cetera, until the end of the world) — each measure is good if it achieves the result. This, what is bad in this case, is that the goal not always can be realized. But let us analyze more precisely the situation, in order to see what, still, is missing from the good idea, what hinders it to be applied everywhere, and formulate in this way
1. The idea for New Nomenclature.
To new and fuller democratization of the society via the official acknowledgement of the right of every citizen to become aristocrat of a new type!
Ahead to the future Offensive of the New Nomenclature!
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MANIFESTO OF THE FCP
(Forever Changing Party)
The history of all societies is a history of changing of one ruling party with another! The parties have existed from ancient times, already before the arising of democracy in Ancient Greece, when was just taken decision to use somehow this social phenomenon. The root of the present-day word is the Latin "part", what means some portion, group (of people), division (of the nation), which thinks and reacts in a different than the others way, going out of its (partial) interests, and in the intent to defend its own people fights for power and place in the governing of the country. The parties are necessary under the democracy, but even in periods of dictatorship there exist, in addition to the ruling party, also other (most often illegal) parties or different fractions (i.e. parties in the parties). There will always be parties, or at least until will not be found the very best party! But the fact that they exist already milleniums speak for the opinion that till now such party has not yet emerged!
And really, if the very best party existed, it would have succeeded during this time to take at least once the power and after this it will never have lost it, because (by definition) it is the best and most qualified (and if it can easily lose the power then it, surely, is not so competent). Most near to this goal were the totalitarian parties which, as the best possible ones, rejected all others (because nobody searches the worse when the best is already found), but they also failed because they were good only according to their own criteria and in practice they lacked first of all the possibility to change all the time, as we shall see later. The important thing for now is to come to the conclusion that the best party simply does not exist! This what exists, and can be reached for one, though narrow as a hair compared with the whole human history, period of time, is some more or less good party for the moment, because: panta rei (or everything flows), so that the people incessantly change their views on many things. And as it often happens, the lack of quality is compensated in abundance with an excess in quantity — something that lies at the basis of pluralism! In this sense the traditional democracy gives some decision, but it is not at all this, which we would have liked to have; it is better than nothing, but it is wide away from the best decision.
1. The ideal decision
The main advantage of the FCP, though, is its reasonableness, so that if once some nation begins to think also about the politics, the people there must unavoidably come to the necessity of Forever Changing Party — the ideal decision of the political phenomenon, as science for this how one can overcome not only his errors, even not the errors of the other people around, more so those of the staying at the top, but such errors that people have not yet shown, maybe because there was not have come their time.
FCP not only aims at the ideal equilibrium between the "three whales" of the democratic society — the Party, the Opposition, and the Folk —, but makes this ideal entirely realizable!
With the Forever Changing Party to the best, everlasting, and indestructible democracy!
To incessant renovation via the Forever Changing Party!
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ADDENDUM TO FCP
This Addendum contains the mathematical model of voting for forming of the Party and the Opposition. It has informative character and does not principally influence the expressed in the Manifesto ideas, where by shown desire for changes in the elections (which, surely, must be fixed in the Election Law) allows easy analysis of their influence over the preparatory (forming) choice
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