We need a completely new Human system — after we changed, upgraded ourselves through the right education!

Question from the Internet:

“How would society differ if Capitalism was a thing of the past?”

We can clearly see that Capitalism has failed us again.

Just like when Marx wrote his philosophy on Communism as a result of great, unjust inequality, the exploitation of the masses and at other occasions in history, today we again reached a state where the Capitalistic exploitation of the masses, the sophisticated global mass manipulation and resulting inequality, social tension reached a breaking point.

The problem is that the “other options” we know, we have already tried and now would like to try again (different forms of socialism, Communism, authoritarian regimes, the Chinese model) are also doomed to fail, as we already know from history.

We are still thinking in terms of ideologies, philosophies, different political, economic, and social arrangements. But the problem is with neither.

The problem is with the Human being that invents, builds, and uses those systems, ideologies. The problem is that we are all born with an overwhelmingly egocentric, self-serving, and self-justifying nature, and with a tendency to exploit others, to succeed and survive at each other’s expense.

This notion should not come as a surprise, this should not shock, offend us after the vast historic evidence, after what we see in our own societies, after what different psychological experiments already revealed.

Still, as our ego desperately tries to justify, sustain itself we find all kinds of theories, excuses to shift the focus from ourselves and we still try changing the world around us, or settle on blaming and wanting to change certain people or groups of people.

As long as we do this we will have no rest, we will not find any solutions, we will continue on our present, inevitably self-destructive path!

Our only lifeline is to finally look into the brutally honest mirror for example the pandemic is showing us, accepting that first of all we ourselves have to go through changes, that first of all we ourselves need a unique “evolutionary upgrade”.

We have to “unearth” revive and strengthen a so far dormant, Natural “program”, a tendency in us which has been suppressed, overwhelmed by the original, much stronger egotistic, selfish, exploitative tendencies.

With the right, purposeful and practical educational method we can awaken “Nature-like”, altruistic, selfless qualities inside us. And if we mutually, together start to intensify, strengthen such tendencies in unique environments — against, above the increasing resistance, the opposition of our selfish egos — then we can reach a state where the revived “Nature-like” tendencies will neutralize, complement — but not suppress — the all-powerful ego in us.

As a result — like with holding two reins in our hands — we will be able to start controlling, harnessing the ego, and use its immense power for positive, constructive, mutually responsible, and mutually complementing, collective goals, purposes.

Only then will we be able to devise, build and use ideologies, governing, economic and social systems that will not only offer better, fairer, peaceful, and sustainable foundations for Human society but will also give us similarity and integration with Nature’s integral, interdependent system.

This is why we need the unique educational method which has nothing to do with our known ideologies, “isms”, philosophies or religions, but that is built on Nature’s fundamental laws of integration, on the laws that sustain the balance and homeostasis that life depends on.



I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.

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Zsolt Hermann

I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.