Spread Isokratia

 Those of you who agree with the principle of the Isokratia thoughts, and will like to become part of, with your contribution, you can do so free, in various ways. Developing the Isokratia idea further and spreading the word,  is the greatest and ultimate contribution you can make. You can contribute by dedicating time and effort, for the adoption, expansion, completion and establishment of the Isokratia as the new socio governing system in your country.

You can contribute by offering your thoughts and proposals to specific areas you feel you have the ability or expert input.  Any well-thought-out idea, or suggestion, is welcome from anyone. If you are not a professional, remember this, ‘you don’t have to be a professor, to contribute an idea, a thought’. The best ideas of course, are always derived, from the combined efforts of heart and mind. Lets not forget, that the mother of all invention drives, is necessity. Your necessity to contribute can be a source of many thoughts and ideas which can formed the basis for further development.

Spreading the word, developing Isokratia further, is the greatest contribution one can make. Putting forward your suggestions for improvement, for enhancement of the Isokratia thought, is the golden, the optimum, the ultimate contribution. Informing your friends and contacts. Making them aware of the Isokratia thoughts. Asking your friends to contribute to the newsletter, which costs nothing,  will give us marketing power, to gain financial advantages, to spread the word, to reach those unable to access the book, by the internet.

You can contribute by lobbying your local and central governments representatives to adopt the Isokratia thoughts. You can contribute by helping your political party, to adopt the Isokratia decision sharing principle. You can contribute, by campaigning for the acceptance of the Isokratia thoughts. Fighting  from within a political party or other organisation for the adoption of Isokratia is a fast track action.

If you are a party activist you could be doing your political party a big favour by proposing to your political party to adopt the Isokratic system; for if your opposing party adopts Isokratia first your party may for be push to the sidelines for ever. That is exactly what happened in the early 19th century to the then governing Liberal party in England when it fail to adopt the new  social policies which would have engulfed the Trade Unions and the public at large. The Labour party came in and adopted these social policies. As a result even after nearly a century later  the Liberal party in Britain is  still today a minority party; whilst the Labour party are back in power with landslide majority for a second term now