Reverse Engineering: What Does Politics Mean in Wikipedia

Julkaistu 20.1.2016

Reverse engineering means how to understand an implemented application using its information and structure as input to create comprehension about its original planning situations, the ultimate purpose. In some cases reverse engineering is illegal, but using Wikipedia for reverse engineering society models is strongly recommended. A tutorial of reverse engineering is here ( I have made my master’s thesis and doctor thesis from that point-of-view).

This story resembles to the posting ”World Wide Economy”. The purpose is figure out what is common in all political institutions and corresponding countries.

Politics as a System

The schemas are in principle the same as before. However, this topic covers everything in politics.

In the sidebar of the Wikipedia story there were nothing to the category (point 7): modernization, innovation and self learning, although just this point-of-view should be most important for the future of the system. In practical life political systems are in a habit of freezing and in worst cases they freeze based on persons, who success to get more and more power.

It can be seen that in EU there are too strong persons, who are able to fix and prevent development and best further steps. So the problem solving part (point 3 in the matrix) is not working well in most countries. Switzerland is most flexible, and best in self-learning.

Although the information in this diagram is totally different from economy, this system model is very close to the one of economy. It helps many persons to change their career from politics to business, and vice versa. Some times it is a good idea to move, but sometimes it causes risks for too strong personal – dependant systems.

Politics is how to carry out common business. It consists of systems from international level (EU) to the lowest personal level, a voter.