What is Generational Dynamics Methodology? Why Is It so Accurate?
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John J. Xenakis Uses Generational Dynamics Methodology to Explore Current Global Political and Economic Calamities
Unparalleled Technique for Analyzing History and the Accompanying Belief and Attitude Shifts of a Nation’s Population Is a Non-Partisan, Science-Based System
According to Mr. Xenakis, the methodology critically analyzes
The intended goal is to forecast future events by comparing today’s generational attitudes and actions to those of the past.
Lessons Learned Have Become History Forgotten
He cites a number of major influential countries, including the United States, Europe and China, as being in what he describes as a “Generational Crisis Era.”
This is a period where mistakes of previous generations in world history, which led to unthinkable disasters and tragedies, have been forgotten and are most likely destined to be repeated.
World War II was so horrific for China and Japan that the survivors vowed that they would take any steps necessary to make sure it never happens to their children or grandchildren.
But those survivors are rapidly disappearing, and the younger generations, with no personal memories of the horrors of WWII, are becoming increasingly nationalistic, xenophobic, and belligerent.
Mr. Xenakis predicts that war between China and Japan is not very far off, with consequences for the world.
Fogotten History is a Repeated History
Politicians in Europe and Washington keep “kicking the can down the road,” unable to solve the problem.
According to Mr. Xenakis, the reason is that no solution exists.
He predicts politicians will continue to postpone and evade the problem, until some some major crisis occurs, comparable to or worse than the stock market crash of 1929.
In 2003, when President Bush announced the “Mideast Roadmap to Peace” and the two-state solution, Mr. Xenakis predicted that the roadmap would never be implemented, and that younger generations of Arabs and Jews would re-fight the 1948 war that followed the partitioning of Palestine and the creation of the state of Israel.
Since then there have been four “minor” Mideast wars, and Mr. Xenakis predicts that the worst is yet to come, including a regional war between Sunni and Shia Muslims, stretching from Algeria to Pakistan.
The Generational Dynamics forecasting methodology is non-ideological, and uses System Dynamics, Chaos Theory, and historical analysis.
The 10-year old website contains thousands of articles with hundreds of predictions, all of which have come true or are trending true.
None have been proven wrong.
2013 Global Trends Forecast
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Suddenly it’s America’s destiny to lead the world from terrorism to Freedom and Democracy.
How did we get to this point? Is this a good thing or a bad thing?
John J. Xenakis answers these questions in a book that spans centuries of world history, showing how societies and nations change as generations pass.
Using numerous historical comparisons, he shows how generational changes have changed America: From the great G.I. Generation that fought and won World War II to the Baby Boomers that rebelled against the Vietnam War in the 60s and 70s, and who are now leading America in the war against terrorism.
History tells us that there are dangers.
There will be shocks and surprises, and economic difficulties. And the greatest danger of all is that America will try to do too much — overextend itself to the point where freedom and democracy themselves might appear to be in danger.
But history also tells us that we can win over terrorism.
By proceeding with caution, America can fulfill its manifest destiny, can defeat terrorism, and can remain the greatest country the world has ever known by bringing freedom and democracy to the rest of the world!
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About John J. Xenakis
John J. Xenakis is a graduate of MIT, an accomplished journalist, historian, technologist and consultant, mathematician, researcher and analyst.
During the course of his successful career he increasingly engaged in the study and analysis of world history and how generational changes over the centuries have directly impacted the prosperity, peace and stability of nations, leading them from greatness to humiliation and back again.
The result is Generational Dynamics, an unparalleled technique for analyzing history and for understanding how nations change their beliefs and attitudes as generations change.
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Web Site : www.GenerationalDynamics.com
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