Conflict of systems-remarks on the reasons for global crisis
Acceptance in Polish culture the foreign patterns characterized Sarmatian curiosity of world. The Poles have produced a kind of culture in their geographical environment, which is adapted to the realities of our lives. Sarmatian openness to foreign cultures arising in different environments is long-standing trends in the globalization of culture of Polish society wishing to expand knowledge about the world’s culture resources. The traditions brought to Poland bring a different view on the world, which in the modern age changeing dramatically fast. Rapidly increased the population of European countries. This resulted in migration an excess of population to other continents.
A growing number of people in cities has enabled rapid development of productivity of townspeople-burgeois to meet the needs of feudal provinces. This resulted in a conflict of feudalism and capitalism.
In the feudal aristocratic society a social position depended on the number of subjects that providing taxes.
The greater the number of subjects was leasing the land the greater the wealth of lord. Therefore higher productivity of arable land resulted to the higher profits were an aristocrat. It was a system supporting population growth and increase production of agriculture. It was a system of socially distinguished.
Under capitalism the social position the townspeople-the burgeois depended on the accumulated capital. Profit at the time was increaseing when the productivity raise by reducing employment and associated costs.
These two production systems were linked in one organism feudalist state.
The crisis of an European feudalist states in the eighteenth and nineteenth century was due to climate shocks and a steep rise in food prices and rapid population growth. The political opposition accused the aristocratic elite as responsible for the downturn and has allowed to come to power bourgeois- middle classes. No account of the role of climatic factors in the causes of the agricultural crisis has resulted in rejection of the feudal system as optimal for the state of predominantly agricultural economy.
There has been a enfranchisement of the peasants and deconcentration of agricultural property. New political elite have begun to introduce the principle of profit in the cultivation of land.
This resulted in a tendency to reduce employment in agriculture and resulted in rise the share of agricultural machinery . This caused a further strengthening of the capitalists and industries associated with them producing for agriculture. The effect was to reduce the number of farmers still the basis for society. It was resulted in a growth of population in cities. Masses of people migrating from rural areas were employed in industry. The capitalist system of land cultivation and climate change have contributed to the concentration of land ownership and a further reduction in the number of people employed in agriculture.
Today in agriculture of U.S. and european industrialized countries runs about 2-3% of the number of employees which translates into a demographic and demanding crisis. Countryside does not reproduce population like they used to be and shrinking population of the city suffer from a lack of demand from rural areas. Production, fleeing from rising costs from of vanishing demand, moves to a populous Asia, where there is full of cheap labor. US and Europe have been depopulated –lack of well educated immigrants and there is no excess demand for food produced here. Expensive means of transport and complex distribution system block in the demand of food buyers in poor countries in the tropics where drought reduced the prevailing modern food production. These countries are majority of oil producers and to cover the rising costs of food imports need to increase in oil prices. This leads in turn to increased agricultural production costs causing spiral of inflation.
This closed circle has no choice but to restore the feudal system of agriculture in the U.S. and Europe based on a lease of land which would increase the village population, the increase in agricultural production, increased demand in rural areas and lower food prices which protect us against the coming cool climate. Farmers must be imported from the overcrowded African and Asian countries.
These changes begin in Poland, in a country where agriculture is the most destroyed centuries of conquest and senseless policy of the Communists. The problem arises of what to do with increasing production as a result of these changes in agricultural production?
Put the surplus of agricultural production to the starving countries and develop production of distributed energy. Biogas production is the most promising prospective branch of energy production that will ensure the absorption of surplus agricultural production providing adequate incomes for farmers. This will improve the economies and demographics of industrialized societies and will remove their development barriers. This will allow the extinguishing of the current global financial and economic crisis and the harmonious development of our civilization in the future world.
Warsaw, 23th of October 2011 Bogdan Góralski