COVID-19 ~ RAVAGING THE WHOLE IDEA OF SMALL GOVERNMENT

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The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in changes none of us could have imagined, but what happens next?

If you had asked me  a year ago, I would have told you there  was no way that school children could shift overnight to online  learning; that it was impossible for banks to offer mortgage holidays;  impossible to double unemployment benefits; impossible to house rough  sleepers or put a hold on evictions; impossible to offer wages subsidies  and definitely impossible to get people to stay home from the  beach, the restaurant and the public places.

But we did it.

If you had asked me  a year ago, I would have told you there  was no way that a government could impose “Stay at Home” and “Business Shutdown” policies; give away millions of dollars in people and business assistance.  But it did happen and,

Somebody will have to pay for this!

SMALL GOVERNMENT: A principle  widely invoked to describe  an economic and political system where there is minimal government  involvement in certain areas of public policy or the private sector,  especially matters considered to be private or personal.

Today, COVID-19 has made one thing terribly clear: “Government is not the same as  business.”

The role of government is to regulate and guide the  increasingly complex social landscape and business is only a part of that  landscape. Health, infrastructure, the legal system, education: these  are not businesses. First and foremost they are part of society, part of  our duty to each other and to the system that we are all, or should be, beneficiaries  of.  But that is a whole other  catastrophe that has been made awfully clear in the last six months.

So what is it that Covid-19 has ripped open?

The fragility of social space and the  robustness of our need to share? The catastrophic misdirection of the  past 30 years of economic and social planning?

What Covid-19 has ravaged is the whole idea of small government. What Covid-19 has  highlighted is the importance of social and economic justice. Today, in many countries around the world, some of the most interesting, creative and innovative   thinkers are ready to imagine a better World and to fight for it: “A compelling vision for a stronger economy, a  fairer society and a more environmentally sustainable future.”

Be part of this new world!

Michel Ouellette JMD,ll.l., ll.m

Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

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Donald J. Trump, The Art of Covert Hypnosis

The Obscene Presidential Reign of Donald J. Trump

INTRODUCTION

In the old Kingdom of ancient Egypt, the first pharaohs understood the extraordinary power of ideology and of its visual counterpart, iconography, to unite disparate people and bind them in loyalty to them and the state. Ancient Egypt’s earliest kings formulated and harnessed the tools of leadership that are still present with us today, especially under the obscene presidential reign of Donald J. Trump: elaborate trappings of office and carefully choreographed public appearances; pomp and spectacles on grand state occasions, all of these trappings expressed orally and visually to set him apart from the populace and reinforce the bonds of loyalty of his supporters. But, like for Trump today, the pharaohs and their advisers knew equally well that their grip on power could be maintained just as effectively by other less benevolent means: political cunning propaganda, a personal and political ideology of xenophobia, close surveillance of the masses and population mood, brutal repression of any form of dissent.

The ancient Egyptians invented the concept of nation-state that still dominates our planet five thousand years later. The Egyptians’ creation was remarkable, not only for its impact, but also for its longevity: the pharaonic age lasted for three millennia. By comparison, Rome barely managed to rule the world for one millennium, the hegemony of the British Empire lasted only for a few centuries and the American supremacy has yet to survive. A key reason for this remarkable survival is that the philosophical and political framework first developed at the birth of ancient Egypt was so well attuned to the national psyche that it remained the archetypal pattern of government for the next one hundred generations; despite prolonged periods of political fragmentation, decentralization, and unrest, the pharaonic rule remained a powerful ideal.

Other times, other manners. Ancient Egypt was a sparsely populated tribal society, its polytheistic religion, pre-monetary economy, the low rate of literacy, the political ideological dominance of divine kingship, all these defining characteristics of ancient Egypt are utterly alien to most contemporary Western civilization including the United States of America and its constituency. Notwithstanding how devious Donald J. Trump may be, what did work for the ancient Egypt’s rulers may not work for him and help him in his 2020 reelection crusade. The arrogance of Donald J. Trump and his self-confidence contain the seeds of his own destruction and the obliteration of the USA domination and influence around the world.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

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Michel Ouellette / Joseph Michael Dennis,isa former attorney, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert,a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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In Search of Climatic & Environmental Excellence

The Unfinished Story of Bhopal 1984

Over the last forty years, especially since the Union Carbide India Limited 1984 Bhopal disaster, the debate over many critical environmental issues has moved from the nation’s legislative chambers to the business and corporate board rooms. One of the most devastating environmental disasters of all time, the 1984 Union Carbide India Limited plant of Bhopal forever changed the way corporations view operational and environmental performance. Today, rather than a liability, most well-advised businesses and corporations are viewing operational regulatory and environmental compliance as a major asset to be integrated in their strategic systemic planning and redesign process to strengthen their competitive positions and improve their financial performance.

Today, most national and multinational corporations, utilizing all possible Total Quality Management Tools available to them, are moving from a narrow focus on achieving compliance to a broader focus on achieving financial and environmental excellence. Three out of four persons placing a high value on a clean environment, businesses and corporations that are not following this transition to climatic and environmental excellence will likely not succeed as a viable enterprise into the next century. Those viewing climatic change and the environment as strategic issues will be the leaders in their field of activity.

Union Carbide’s Bhopal disaster of 1984, a tragedy in which the moral damage was far worse than the financial liability, is a grim story of the disabling myth that regulatory compliance and liability containment is enough. In a market economy, regulation will always be necessary to level the playing field. However, today more than ever, simple consumer demand for climatic and environmental improvement is much more important and technology outstrip regulation in many areas. Consumer desires for a cleaner environment are now driving product development.

Successful businesses and corporations will not be those that use climatic change and environmental excellence as a marketing strategy, but those that can and will establish trust and credibility with their customers and stakeholders. If customer choice is to be an effective force in climatic and environmental improvement, the consumer must be given the tools to make informed decisions. This is one of the challenges of the coming decade that every business and corporation will have to face, a battleground full of landmines.

Climatic and environmental answers are not simple or easy. They involve a consistent fight against social pessimism, against each person’s potential acquiescence to greed, against ready-made positions of cynicism and personal indifference.

Change always begins with individuals.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

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Michel Ouellette / Joseph Michael Dennis,isa former attorney, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert,a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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Life after the Covid-19 Pandemic

Here’s what to expect long term from the coronavirus pandemic: “Stay Home”

The coronavirus has uprooted life as we know it. Everything from our social gatherings to our daily errands has been completely changed and most of us are not too fond of the switch. Realistically and sadly, though, life will not go back to what it was for quite some time. Life is going to look different for the next few years, but what exactly does that mean?

Expect the world to change to a mask-wearing culture

A year from now, and even beyond that, expect to still see people wearing masks in public, especially people who are more vulnerable to COVID-19. Mask-wearing will become a new normal, the way it has been in many Asian countries in recent years.

There will be fewer business trips and more remote work opportunities

With the increase in digital technologies and the realization that some industries can easily continue without sending staff across the county or across the globe, expect business trips to be reduced for people in most industries. With the increase in digital technologie, we no longer have to be physically in the same room to accomplish many things. Expect corporations to be more flexible with remote work policies, especially if work is still getting accomplished at home while keeping people from getting sick and helping the company with operations costs.

Concerts and sporting events

Do not expect crowded sporting events and packed concerts to become part of our new normal. It is going to be hard to convince people to go back to large indoor entertainment and recreational gatherings. What you will see is clusters of people at smaller gatherings. The new normal will be for people to avoid large gatherings in enclosed space. Outdoor social and entertainment smaller gatherings will be preferred and part of the norm.

Expect significant psychological, societal and cultural impacts

People are profoundly affected by the major events that occur in their lifetime. Accordingly, t is to be expected that modern-day society will be shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic. The psychological after-effects of disasters typically emerge six months after the event ends. Long-term mental health effects and societal changes as a result of the pandemic, which has kept millions of people isolated socially and physically for months, are to be expected. There are going to be many long-term effects. We will see a significant increase in depressions, suicide rates and marital problems.

Expect certain levels of discord throughout communities

While the vast majority of people are counting down the days before we find a vaccine, dark days are to be expected. There is a tremendous likelihood of conflict, social discord and unanticipated consequences with the arrival of the vaccine. The distribution of the vaccine will be chaotic and problematic. There will be inequities and many will refuse to be vaccinated. Communities, co-workers, friends and families will be faced with tough decisions regarding everything from the topic of how to safely socialize after months and months of isolation to sending their child to school where there may be unvaccinated students.

Finally, do not expect the virus to go away completely

The COVID-19 coronavirus will not disappear when the vaccine is deployed. Many are opposed to vaccines. We are already seeing people saying they will refuse for themselves, their children and the members of their family, to be vaccine thus, severely limiting the ability to create any form of herd immunity, which would provide protection for those who cannot get the vaccine or have not yet been vaccinated. The virus will still be circulating even after an effective vaccine is widely available as a result of those who choose not to get the vaccine.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

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Michel Ouellette / Joseph Michael Dennis,isa former attorney, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert,a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.


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NEVER LET A GOOD CRISIS GO TO WASTE

The COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic: A major opportunity to transform your business and reinvent all your processes.

Never let a good crisis go to waste. It could be a great opportunity.

No one can predict when a crisis will occur.

Most people, corporations and brands will experience a potential crisis about every two years and not all public relations firms are fully equipped to handle events disrupting your business operations, threatens to harm people, damages your reputation, and negatively impacts your finances.

Most crisis management companies are communication experts with backgrounds in public relations, social media, and reputation marketing. While those strategies alone may have worked in the past, they will not be enough in 2020 and beyond.

Crisis management planning begins long before an issue arises. It can be tempting to put off risk management when things are going well. However, inadequate preparation can have serious operational, legal, and public relations consequences.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.

Systemic Strategic Planning, Crisis & Reputation Management

https://www.bunkumless.com/

JMD Systemics

 A division of King Global Earth and Environmental sciences Corporation

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Michel Ouellette / Joseph Michael Dennis, is a former attorney, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert, a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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CRISIS & REPUTATION MANAGEMENT

How you Respond to a Crisis Will Affect Your Reputation for Years to Come.

The evidence is irrefutable.

Without proper preparation, individuals, public and private organizations of any size can be blindsided by a long list of possible crises.

How an organization responds to a crisis can dramatically affect your reputation, revenues and even your share price. How you communicate to media and key audiences following a crisis situation is as important as how you respond to the crisis.

Knowing when and how to respond to requests for media comments, acting quickly and prudently is key to maintain or restoring your reputation.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.

Systemic Strategic Planning, Crisis & Reputation Management

https://www.bunkumless.com/

JMD Systemics

 A division of King Global Earth and Environmental sciences Corporation

Web: JMD Systemics | bunkumless.com

Michel Ouellette / Joseph Michael Dennis, is a former attorney, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert, a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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Targeting Customers on Social Media

Is Your Business Digitally Ready to Face the New Reality?

COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC 

Focus on the short and sweet

Minimizing the Coronavirus Impact on Your Business

The 2020 Coronavirus Effect and Your Marketing Strategy

Is your Business ready for what comes next?

“It doesn’t get much better than a moment of delight on social media.”

For most businesses, social media engagement seems like a slam dunk strategy. Everyone should be doing it, right? But it certainly comes with its blind spots and questions.

One of the quickest and easiest ways to set yourself apart on social media is simply to reply to all your customers, all the time. A helpful and happy response, will invariably propel you ahead of the curve. All it takes is engaging with the people who want to engage with you.

Eighty-eight percent of brands do not respond to messages that need a reply. Simply by engaging with your customers and clients, by engaging with the people who want to engage with you, be among the elite twelve percent.

JMD Systemics can help you do just that. Here are some tips that you can implement today.

1. Social media engagement is public

Social media engagement allows you to naturally amplify your brand’s voice and tone. Social media engagement allows you to propel your interactions front-and-center before a larger audience.

Traditional private one on one private interactions like email are fine, but with social channels like Twitter, these interactions can be public, at least to start. The same goes for engaging with your audience in Instagram comments or Facebook reviews.

You are already wow-ing your private audience in other channels like email and live chat! With social media, the awesomeness you are delivering becomes visible to everyone. Those amazing audience interactions that create strong word of mouth marketing for you are now amplified to a much larger audience.

Existing and potential customers get to see first-hand that you are responsive and actively supporting your products and services.

2. Social media engagement is fast and focused

You can deliver delight very fast and in a focused way, chatting with your audience about specific topics and campaigns or helping solve particular problems that they are facing.

Focusing on the short and sweet, something magical happens: the barrier to entry for your audience drops dramatically. They now have an easy way to converse with you, anytime. Focusing and specific topics mean you can reply faster and engage deeper with your audience.

Faster responses equal happier customers, which equals more ROI. Happier customers and clients are the one big factor that affects any bottom line: faster responses actually generate revenue for all brands.

Because of its fast and friendly nature, social media is often preferred over other channels of getting in touch. The more and faster you respond to your audience, the better and faster prospective customers and clients learn that social media are great places to connect directly with both, you and your brand.

3. Social media is where your customers are.

Today, in these days of COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, social media is where your customers are. You can achieve a huge scale of engagement by being responsive on social media.

A vast majority of your audience of your prospective customers and clients are on social media throughout the day. It is where they are at and where it often makes the most sense for them to reach out and get in touch. Today, people spend most of their waking hours staring at screens.

Let it be known that people spend an average of nearly four hours a day consuming media on a screen. A growing percentage of that viewing happens on smartphones and apps.

What are you waiting for?

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m

Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

Email: jmd@jmdsystemics.com

Office: 613.539.1793

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Michel Ouellette / Joseph Michael Dennis, is a former attorney, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert,a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.

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The Present Belongs to Crowds

Today and tomorrow, like it or not, the future belongs to crowds.

We are now living in a society where there are too many chiefs and not enough indians.

Remember the images of the Chinese pro-democracy protesters dispersed by troops in Tiananmen Square; the images of the several million mourners streaming through the streets of Tehran to the funeral of Ayatollah Khomeini; the images of a “tent city” emerging in Tompkins Square Park; the images of hundreds of English soccer fans penned against a chain-link fence during a match at Hillsborough Stadium, in Sheffield?

The year 2020 is now defined by images of crowds to rival those of the past: people waiting in mile-long lines at food banks; police using tear gas to disperse protesters; thousands of people gathered in support of Black Life Matters, Pro-life, LGBTQ rights and so on. More than ever, the protests of the past few years have shown that the most immediate and dramatic way for people to register discontent and call for change is by massing in the streets in frank and perilous defiance of the establishment and public order.

More than ever, people are standing in the streets rather that in the voting polls.

A dire consequence: governments, legislators and politicians are no longer adopting legislations and policies to build a better society, they are doing it to please the crowds and make sure to be re-elected and maintain their own personal power. To make things worse, news media in search of better ratings, are throwing oil on the fire: news commentators are no longer reporting, they are commenting; the more incipient and incendiary they are, the more profit. The real problem of the world today is not the Covid-19, the real problem is the degeneracies and degeneration of the people.

Imbecility is now the trademark of most of our populations.

Among the younger generation, progressive values are hegemonic. On issues ranging from LGBTQ and women’s rights to anti-racism and immigration, younger people are attempting to communicate their moral values on social media to the older generation. “Black Lives Matter” is just one flashpoint in that struggle.

2020 is getting really crazy, perhaps the most astounding year in generations, a year of norm-shattering abnormalities with an unlimited potential of destruction that might culminate in world-wide conflicts.

Based on the crisis-infused year we are in now, it is easy to predict that the balance of 2020 will unfold with even more craziness and long forgot aberrations. As I see it, as for the deluge, the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, the Covid-19 is a benediction that will purge the earth from all the Trumps of this world, from all the malefactors of an evil society.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.

Systemic Strategic Planning, Crisis & Reputation Management

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JMD Systemics

A division of King Global Earth and Environmental sciences Corporation

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Michel Ouellette / Joseph Michael Dennis,isa former attorney, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert,a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.


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COVID-19: THE FINAL WORD!

1918 repeating itself.

The Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic is only Darwinian evolution at its best, the way of nature to cleanse the population of its weakest elements.”

The Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918, the deadliest in history, infected an estimated 500 million people worldwide and killed an estimated 20 million to 50 million victims. The 1918 flu was first observed in Europe, the United States and parts of Asia before swiftly spreading around the world. At the time, there were no effective drugs or vaccines to treat this killer flu strain.
Like for the Covid-19 virus, the influenza attacked the respiratory system and was very contagious: When an infected person coughed, sneezed or talked, respiratory droplets were generated and transmitted into the air, and could be inhaled by anyone nearby. Additionally, a person who touched something with the virus on it and then touched his or her mouth, eyes or nose could become infected.


The first wave of the 1918 pandemic occurred in the spring and was generally mild. The sick, who experienced such typical flu symptoms as chills, fever and fatigue, usually recovered after several days, and the number of reported deaths was low. However, a second, highly contagious wave of influenza appeared with a vengeance in the fall of that same year.
While systems for alerting public health authorities of infectious spread did exist in 1918, they did not generally include influenza, leading to a delayed response.


Nevertheless, actions were taken: Maritime quarantines were declared; Social distancing measures were introduced; schools, theatres, and places of worship were closed; public transportation was limited and mass gatherings banned. Wearing face masks became common and even mandatory in some places and there were debates over their efficacy. There was also some resistance to their use. At the end, before the virus ended its deadly global march, like for the Covid-19, businesses were shuttered and bodies piled up in makeshift morgues.


A later study found that measures such as banning mass gatherings and requiring the wearing of face masks could cut the death rate up to fifty percent, but this was dependent on them being imposed early in the outbreak and not being lifted prematurely.


Fighting the 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic


When the 1918 flu hit, doctors and scientists were unsure what caused it or how to treat it and there were no effective vaccines or antivirals, drugs that treat it. Additionally, hospitals were so overloaded with flu patients that schools and other buildings had to be converted into makeshift hospitals.
Officials, in some communities, imposed quarantines, ordered citizens to wear masks and shut down public places, including schools, churches and theaters. People were advised to avoid shaking hands and to stay indoors. Furthermore, with no cure for the flu, like for Trump at his best, many ignorant doctors recommended dangerous products and ineffective medications that they felt would alleviate symptoms. Funeral parlors were overwhelmed and bodies piled up. The flu was also detrimental to the economy. Businesses were forced to shut down. Basic services were hindered. In some places there weren’t enough farm workers to harvest crops.

Without a vaccine or approved treatment plan, it fell to local mayors and healthy officials to improvise plans to safeguard the safety of their citizens. With pressure to appear patriotic at wartime and with a censored media downplaying the disease’s spread, many made tragic decisions. Finally, by the spring of 1920, the H1N1 Influenza pandemic came to an end by itself, as those that were infected either died or developed immunity.


Stop the Bunkum!


Stop all that bunkum, that nonsense and all that verbal diarrhea about Covid-19. Like for 1918, like it or not, we are stuck with that pandemic for at least 18 more months. Like for the H1N1 Influenza pandemic of 1918, unless we immediately enforce full mandatory social distancing and shutdowns of all public places, there is nothing that will stop the pandemic other than time.History is only repeating itself: No knowledge of what the **** is hitting us; No vaccine; Denial and late response; Misguidance and misinformation, everything contributing to incidents of xenophobia, discrimination and racism.


The Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic is only Darwinian evolution at its best, the way of nature to cleanse the population of its weakest elements.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.

Systemic Strategic Planning, Crisis & Reputation Management

JMD Systemics  

A division of King Global Earth and Environmental sciences Corporation

Web: JMD Systemics | bunkumless.com

Michel Ouellette / Joseph Michael Dennis,isa former attorney, a Crisis & Reputation Management Expert,a Public Affairs & Corporate Communications Specialist, a Warrior for Common Sense and Free Speech.


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Now is the time to invest in Online Business Strategies

Looking for a Global Online Business Concept?

Now is the time to invest in Online Business Strategies

The way we are doing business and the consumers habits have been radically transformed by the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. Long-term trend toward online purchases gains momentum that will last long after the pandemic is over. Sadly, many businesses are losing money and some are on the e brink of having to shut down their doors permanently.

Luckily, there are new digital technology, online platforms, and business systems that presents an opportunity for your business to build customer relationships, drive revenue growth, and improve business operations.

Is your business or organization benefiting from this transformation?

No matter what your opinion may be on the merit of this virus crisis and its threat to society, there is no denying that it is creating a multiplier effect on what was already a trend towards online consulting and buying behavior.

Now is the time to really think hard about how your business is investing in its online strategies and whether you are prepared to cater to this new world.

You need to improve your results and bottom line, talk to me.

Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m.
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management

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