DIALECTIC DAMAGES EXOPOLITICS ?
Dear Terra, exopolitical/Exopolitics moderator of prepare4contact who is concerned that Andrew Hennessey is damaging exopolitics by offering constructive criticism of the exopolitical/Exopolitical movement.
Firstly the democratic dialectic is a very important tool to enable citizens to obtain justice and peace.
Even though there is no specific, universally accepted definition of ‘democracy’, there are two principles that any definition of democracy includes, equality and freedom.[dubious – discuss] These principles are reflected by all citizens being equal before the law, and having equal access to power, and freedom is secured by legitimized rights and liberties, which are generally protected by a constitution.
There are several varieties of democracy, some of which provide better representation and more freedoms for their citizens than others. However, if any democracy is not carefully legislated to avoid an uneven distribution of political power with balances, such as the separation of powers, then a branch of the system of rule could accumulate power and become harmful to the democracy itself.
My personal criticism [Andrew Hennessey] of exopolitics as to how it fails to service mankinds best interests should be entirely welcomed and appreciated as it is currently and perceptibly performing in a socially irresponsible manner and appearing unfit to be delegated any powers by central governments.
The Exopolitics movement and its exopolitics has attracted diverse contributors with ideological differences onto the same platform under the generic Exopolitics banner recently in Spain. [Dr Greer and Dr Salla]. There is an inference of general solidarity there but there is no substance as yet in the form of a detailed political manifesto.
I personally have been accused of writing BS about exopolitics by one of the moderators of the Exopolitics forum. Exopolitics though has a raft of self appointed executives who intend to represent me to the Galaxy as diplomats – therefore why should they have a problem with having their current absence of a pro-human portfolio or brief pointed out. If I can see their lack, so can the Galactic aliens.
The inertia of a complacent exopolitical elite is damaging to human interests.
The “majority rule” is often described as a characteristic feature of democracy, but without responsible government or constitutional protections of individual liberties from democratic power it is possible for dissenting individuals to be oppressed by the “tyranny of the majority”. An essential process in representative democracies is competitive elections, that are fair both substantively and procedurally. Furthermore, freedom of political expression, freedom of speech and freedom of the press are essential so that citizens are informed and able to vote in their personal interests.
From the outset I have attempted to practise a legitimate political dialectic and have published several very valid criticisms of exopolitics – not to destroy it but to strengthen it as a servant of mankind.
Dialectic (also called dialectics or the dialectical method) is a method of argument, which has been central to both Eastern and Western philosophy since ancient times. The word “dialectic” originates in Ancient Greece, and was made popular by Plato’s Socratic dialogues. Dialectic is rooted in the ordinary practice of a dialogue between two or more people who hold different ideas and wish to persuade each other. The presupposition of a dialectical argument is that the participants, even if they do not agree, share at least some meanings and principles of inference. Different forms of dialectical reason have emerged in the East and in the West, as well as during different eras of history (see below). Among the major forms of dialectic reason are Socratic, Hindu, Buddhist, Medieval, Hegelian, Marxist, and Talmudic.
Those in exopolitics who object to my legitimate, democratic dialectic are themselves illustrating that exopolitics is not responsive to the people it has elected itself to represent and is in fact leaning towards being a hegemony with totalitarian overtones.
This is totally undesirable. For the sake of the human victims of alien oppression exopolitics or Exopolitics must produce the political tools and portfolio that would enable it to participate in a pro-human dialectic with alien politicians
Hegemony (“leadership” or “hegemon” for “leader”)  is the political, economic, ideological or cultural power exerted by a dominant group over other groups, regardless of the explicit consent of the latter. While initially referring to the political dominance of certain ancient Greek city-states over their neighbours, the term has come to be used in a variety of other contexts, in particular Marxist philosopher Antonio Gramsci’s theory of cultural hegemony.
Totalitarianism (or totalitarian rule) is a political system where the state, usually under the control of a single political organization, faction, or class domination, recognizes no limits to its authority and strives to regulate every aspect of public and private life wherever feasible. Totalitarianism is generally characterised by the coincidence of authoritarianism (i.e., where ordinary citizens have no significant share in state decision-making) and ideology (i.e., a pervasive scheme of values promulgated by institutional means to direct the most significant aspects of public and private life).
Totalitarian regimes or movements maintain themselves in political power by means of an official all-embracing ideology and propaganda disseminated through the state-controlled mass media, a single party that controls the state, personality cults, control over the economy, regulation and restriction of free discussion and criticism, the use of mass surveillance, and widespread use of state terrorism.