For example, what promotes intrigue, corruption, and the welfare state in Switzerland? Digital systems where rules are not respected and too much power and money prevail. Driven by banks, insurance companies, education systems, large corporations and non-profit organisations. Besides, many providers of accounting systems sometimes make automation more difficult. This often has nothing to do with the praised security. Usually, it is a desire to avoid more market participants.

Education and science

In a knowledge society, the focus should be on differentiated opinion-forming. Precisely, that is prevented by the state economy and as a result of socialism. They start with agricultural subsidies and end with comfort. Besides prosperity, an ageing society and civil service suffer more. More and more, people are even complying with foreign legislation or “selling” Switzerland. Even the best water sources are now sold to dubious foreign investors. Such actions are “a click” away.

Even so, international money flows also have positive features. For example, they create a certain prosperity. The trade and SME sector offers an effective counterweight to the state. Responsible banks and lobby organisations make attempts to assert corresponding interests. Subsidies are less advantageous. Direct payments at least allow more entrepreneurial decisions in the first place.

What is sustainable sales promotion marketing?

Digital worlds are designed for sales promotion and can lead to dependency. Who wants to avoid profit to the greatest? And participate in a promotion or competition now and then? This is possible digital or analogue. One finds a provider in any case. Platforms enable markets. Proper market analysis is critical.

Furthermore, the settlement process should be simple. Be it for buyers or sellers. In this way, diversity of opinion can be supported. Opinion formation begins with personal responsibility. However, education should be more than only institutionalised by the state. Otherwise, there will be structural problems. Thus, an attractive education market, which is less state-directed, could be an alternative. For example, a certification market should be interest-free. The Government or other interest groups will never be independent.

Distribution of power

When corporations become too powerful, there are specific regulations in place. By culture, however, we do not mean politicians who profit from these money flows. Otherwise, laws could have a suboptimal or opposite effect on health. Modern, free-market economy. Large companies and corporations are not generally negative. What we need yet are experts and independent supervisory bodies. They stand up for all market participants and demand more favourable standards. The accounting sector requires digitisation in particular. A broad spectrum of providers should be the goal. An accounting system should have simplified and integrated payment management or add-ons. VAT would be a relevant component of this.

More security and freedom

Digitalisation can lead to greater prosperity, the rule of law, knowledge and sustainability. This is fundamentally undisputed. A health-promoting behavioural economy could become the prevailing economic doctrine. The lessons of industrialisation should be reconsidered and adapted in all sectors. Especially with digitalisation, we need too many laws and constructs clarifications. This partly prevents progress and has done so for a long time. Systematic app reduction or less screen time leads to healthier decisions. Furthermore, self-managed password management could make sense. This means that one should experiment.

Last, active learning and testing are part of human nature. Integrating new things and letting go of old ones could be a good strategy. Working on a mobile phone or a desktop and good command of one's system would be helpful. Many things are still easier and better to handle on the desktop. So, you are more flexible on the road with the mobile phone. We carry out an astonishing number of tasks via smartphone. In the meantime, image editing, for example, is often done via smartphone. One has become more flexible in the way one works. Yet, switching between tasks is exhausting. With a dedication to one topic until finished, we achieve more. So, let's go ahead with our passwords and change them. Delete the unused and even change our two-factor or mobile phone number now and then. What are your daily drivers (tasks, apps, routines)?


Without many controls, security certificates or bank-compliant systems are of no use. Ideologies, power, money and religions collide both analogue and digital. Opinion leaders, critics, journalists, and citizens are interested in receiving trustworthy information. Scientific knowledge only sometimes leads to good decisions. Conclusions drawn by many researchers are only occasionally appropriate. It is a must that everyone thinks along and examines situations. It is good if added values can be created. Added values that benefit everyone and allow ideologies in the first place.

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    2 replies to "How to undermine the diversity of opinion"

    • Gallego Lina

      I think these days the whole world have seen how media contribute to create false information leading to confusion and missinform the population, for that reason is important to educate yourself, research and study so you are not part of a “dumb” society. Also please consider respecting others and your ownself, not all of us have the same opportunities and way of thinking or even access to information.

    • Justin

      I think that this article raises interesting points about digital systems in Switzerland. While it highlights concerns, digital platforms could empower citizens for transparent governance and promote lifelong learning.
      Also, ethical marketing through digital channels can counterbalance profit-driven approaches. So, digitalization might hold potential for positive change alongside its challenges.

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