WASHINGTON & ASSOCIATES, INC. ANNOUNCES A STRATEGIC PLAN DESIGNED TO HELP SAVE THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATIC WORLD ORDER

Washington & Associates, Inc. (W&A) is an S Corporation engaged in implementing a strategic plan designed to help save liberal democracy worldwide.

 

Solon, Ohio/ August 26, 2019. W&A is a visionary company whose mission is to implement a strategic plan designed to help save the liberal democratic world order that was created after World War II.

Around the world, democracy (and capitalism) is in crisis. Democracy and capitalism have a major vulnerability; its reality does not match its rhetoric. Rather than being the guarantors of freedoms, equality, justice, fairness, and inclusion, democracy and capitalism have proven to be architects of oligarchy, corruption, inequality, partisanship, polarization, racism, sexism, xenophobia, and homophobia, etc., leading to anger at the political establishment and the popular belief in many countries that their political and economic systems are “rigged.” Opportunistic authoritarians are now trying to destroy the liberal democratic world order by “weaponizing” these vulnerabilities all the while claiming that “Liberalism is Obsolete” and “democracy is a lie.” Therefore, “democracy is “dead!”

 

While there is some veracity in the authoritarian characterization of democracy and capitalism, it does not have to be so. The key to saving the liberal democratic world order lies in solving democracy’s and capitalism’s problems in a manner that leads to “national unity.” This can only be done by reimaging and reinventing democracy itself and by redefining distributive justice in ways that comport with the principles of justice, fairness, and inclusion. W&A has developed a universally applicable strategic plan which solves these problems associated with democracy and capitalism. The solution is contained in a book entitled Ensuring Justice, Fairness, and Inclusion: Managing Equity in the 21st Century, written by Dr. Charles A. Washington, and in a series of five (5) white papers. The strategic plan operationalizes John B. Rawls’ seminal concept, “Justice as Fairness,” which can be used to solve the problems associated with democracy and capitalism. The strategic plan calls for the development and universal implementation of a management system called “Equity Management,” and a software system called the “Plato Management Information System.” Collectively these strategic plan elements are known as “Equity Management-Plato” and by the acronym “EM-P.” See the image below.

 

 

National unity in America is problematic, because of the conflicts between competing groups over contentious issues such as the following: “foreign election interference,” “national unity,” “reparations for slavery,” “white supremacy,” “affirmative action,” “inequality,” “oligarchy,” “immigration,” “partisanship,” etc. These conflicts yield irreconcilable zero-sum policy positions. Aside from being mutually exclusive, the positions held by the competing groups are generally unpopular, impractical, and/or unconstitutional. EM-P seeks to resolve these conflicts, create national unity, and promote social peace by developing a new social contract to which all can subscribe. The new social contract is intended to mitigate all the problems and positions cited above by offering compromise solutions that should appeal to all Americans. 

 

Further, a recent study by the U.S. Pentagon correctly identified the nature of the problems facing the liberal democratic world order and what is necessary to save it. The report makes the following case: (1) national unity equals national security; (2) fixing democracy and capitalism is key, and (3) democracies need to craft a positive message to compete in the global war of ideas. Many multilateral organizations have come to the same conclusions as has the Pentagon, democracy-loving countries must formulate new strategies and unite in order to resist authoritarianism and save the liberal democratic world order. However, outside of W&A’s EM-P, there are no viable solutions for thwarting what could become a political and economic apocalypse.

 

EM-P is the only practical solution that can fulfill the Pentagon’s recommendations and meet the needs of individual countries and multilateral organizations seeking to save the liberal democratic world order. Therefore, W&A is issuing a clarion call to democracy-loving peoples everywhere, to read the book, study the strategic plan, and join the movement to help save the liberal democratic world order while it can yet be saved.

 

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W&A is an S Corporation domiciled in Ohio. Its mission is to “create one vision” (E Pluribus Unum) and to “empower one future” (stable and legitimate liberal democracies worldwide).

Media Contact: 

Name: Dr. Charles A. Washington

Phone: (216) 798-0607

Email: charles@washington-associates.com

URL: www.washington-associates.com

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