Soviet is less needed in the United States and Russia.
Russians love their leader. Russians have been neutralized from the world of ideas and constructive evolution of ideas from generation to generation missing the likes of Hobbes, Francis Bacon, Pascal and Descartes.
I think I could serve as Chief Directorate of this emerging AI such that I pilot the program into American waters while leaving Soviet waters and retaining remembrances of the Soviet impact on the Russian people while focusing attention on Psy.D.s and leaving behind Ph.D. (or syntax computer programming).
This high yield agency computer modeling I think is something to grapple with; something computer programmers can master specific computer language and be managed by a Program Lead-with the goal of leaving Soviet paroxymsm and crafting doctorate programs of pro-active on the fly, top priority remedial work and preservation of exoplanet Earth done by behavioral science, emerging PsyD candidates associated with universities both public and private both local and national, both big and small.
To build environment for AI thinking to see in syntax how much “Sovietism” we have intered and how much “Action Jackson” we are using for “flipping green solutions in 3 years, when it we will need 4 years to complete.”
Physical working on physical using brain power and global team symbiosis, while minding literal deadlines, and solving major hurdles, on time.
Progressives are pro-state and doesn’t seem to care about the future except to coalesce power. Meanwhile the North Koreans will be starving this winter and Japan should “hold their horses” to see how China “weathers the storm” economically. “Looking down the road,” liberal economics may be an encouraging policy to follow and prosperity would remain, in a confident economy of growth and recession cycles.
Looking at U.S. corporations, how many are laden with government stock? Will the policy to buyout successful startups occur in the future. Will it go from “small giants” to “built to last” if the polticoeconomic aggregation of policy is communist influence.
This doubt leaves the economy with an uncertain future. It is a shudder to confidence; whereby, economic stimulation is a plus, and eradication and elimination of private enterprises and the peoples involved in private business, a negative.
There is no long-term will-to-live in a system eradicating individuals’ existence. The State will go on without its citizens.
We have to see to it that liberal economics remains “liberal.” Afterall, liberal political philosophy passes the laws for individual rights, and, besides teamwork, individuals pull their own weight to yield a profit margin, sometimes a considerable profit margin for the business.
It’s pleasant to go to church, especially after your prayers are said. And it’s nice that the state has “groupthink,” but in the end, the individual gets the job done, completes the assignments, and works in teams to tackle workload with high productivity.
And as for the climate crisis business, U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry (paraphrasing) says, “It is the private sector that wins the effort to reclaim our ecological sustainability.”