The achievement society's ideal and its concept of the enemy

The GEMINI inhabitable solar power station, ideal for a stable, sustainable society, is the worst bogeyman of the achievement society.

  The ideals in "Aufstieg zum Solarzeitalter" (Advance to the Solar Age)

In 1992 these ideals were defined in the book "Aufstieg zum Solarzeitalter" (Advance to the Solar Age): The GEMINI house, a unique investment in one's own housing requirements and in the energy supply of the region as a whole. It provides the electricity supply of the house, warmth through a heat pump, power for the family's electric vehicles and also adequately contributes to the region's energy supply.

Even just this contribution to the energy supply is enough to finance a modest living.

In 2010 the longing for a stable society without the neverending pressure to achieve in order to sustain one's standard of living was expressed thus:

"If typical citizens of 2050 charge the electric car they bought in 2030 with the photovoltaics they bought in 2020, then we will have achieved a stable society"

  Our ideal, the achievement society's worst nightmare

What will happen to economic growth if in the year 2050 people charge the electric car they bought in 2030 with the photovoltaics they bought in 2020? For the achievement society such citizens are regarded as anti-consumerists. What means would an achievement society have to goad these citizens to ever more achievement?

Someone who has been energetically self-sufficient for 30 years through solar energy. Someone who hasn't bought any petrol or diesel for the last 20 years? An anti-consumerist who drives a 20-year-old car? Our ideal is the achievement society's worst nightmare.

Destructive Cult
Aberrations of mankind caused incredible destruction caused by wrong ideas. The total madness of Nazi racial doctrine, Pol Pot, the''economics''.

  Achievement society

What are the effects of an achievement society? Where is it leading us? Can an achievement society solve our problems or is it the cause of these problems?

Philosophies and their impact
We know about the religious wars of the past, but we are not aware of the most significant holy war of the present day. Achievement society vs. stability.

The goal of the achievement society
What is the goal of the achievement society? More achievement. Whoever follows this entirely senselss aim will end up living in an entirely senseless society.

The methods of the achievement society
The perfidious methods for forcing people to achieve more and more. How all increases in productivity have been withheld from citizens in the last decades.

US oil imports
An outstanding example of how the achievement society favours solutions that lead to instability is the USA's dependency on oil imports.

Biofuel as an incredible hype
The achievement society needs instability as a slaveholder's whip. The debate about biofuel vs. electromobility is a classic example of this.

Wood gatherers in the forest
What is better? An unemployed person who heats his home with domestic fuel oil, or a wood gatherer who collects way more wood lying around in the woods than he needs? Two ideologies collide.

What does society expect from a manager? The different conceptions of the achievement society and of the stablity society of the manager.

CER climate certificates pollution rights
The damage created by the achievement society is supposed to be countered by an idea that has its origins in the neoliberal casino.

We have to export more at any price
The export trade is thousands of years old, but today, the majority of states are caught up in an export race. Everyone has to export more to pay their oil bills.

Symbol of the achievement society Symbol of the achievement society
More and more exports must be made so that increasingly expensive crude oil can be imported. No economy can survive that in the long run. This video symbolizes this.

Easy-earned money, hard-earned money
Every bit more income is harder to earn. The achievement society principle destroys humans with its demand to earn ever more, ever harder-earned money.

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