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    Is there a fair alternative for Theresa May to avoid the European Parliament elections for the people of the UK? Like the foot on the door marketing technique, this is meant to be part of “the plan” for the extension of Article 50 requested by the EU to the UK, for which I am available to help develop. If you are not a citizen of the UK, are you aware that you are a global citizen whose future has a great opportunity if you help dissolve Brexit? Please read on.

    Based on the primacy of the whole of direct democracy, not just the primacy of the parts of representative democracy, that in recent decades have reduced their credibility, the extension of Article 50 would aim to give the people of the 28 member states of the EU the opportunity to end being what has become a fragile independent regional bloc with fragile independent member states to become the first example of an anti-fragile (coined by Nassim Nicolas Taleb) interdependent regional bloc composed of anti-fragile interdependent member states as the first approximation to what’s suggested next. This way the EU and its member states will set an example of anti-fragile decentralized governments that will go all the way from local minimalist governments to one much needed global government that will dissolve the global leadership vacuum. This way Brexit, which “cannot” be solved, might be dissolved, in a referendum added to the European Parliament elections of May 2019.

    The support for the above alternative synthesis, is based on many thought experiments being conducted in Twitter under the hashtag #ComputingBigShift that is based on #Brexit as a classical example of a “wicked” problem, that seem impossible to be solved except with the heuristic methodology of systems architecting. Would any state accept a central global government, for example, to address climate change, nuclear proliferation, soaring inequality, and fake news. NO! Why then the people of the world would accept that Europe or the USA current central governments regulate high tech global companies? Why not take the model of a minimalist anti-fragile decentralized government of Switzerland and improve it?

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