The Societal Transformation Framework: The Nation of Semites – The Phoenicians

The Societal Transformation Framework: The Nation of Semites – The Phoenicians

Antoine Trad (Independent Researcher, Croatia)
Copyright: © 2021 |Pages: 33
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-7391-4.ch014
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The nation of Semite tribes has influenced humanities for thousands of years by their creativity, perseverance, migrations, and a holistic vision of various domains of life. This historic nation that mainly includes Arameans, Hebrews, Phoenicians, Akkadians, Babylonian, Assyrians, and other Yemenite tribes, inhabited the lands of Shem, drawing their origins from the southern Yemenite inlands. It is the oldest structured and networked civilization that has chosen the Middle Eastern area as a jumpstart for their expansions to reach various parts of the world. Navigation, religion(s), alphabet, language, mathematics, sciences, culture, commerce, finance, and many other fields were originated and developed by this exceptional and enduring nation of tribes. From their origin until today, this historic nation of tribes faced many challenges, confrontation, genocides, and even risks of extinction like in the dark ages of Nazism, pan-Arabism, middle-age inquisition, extreme Islamism.
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Geopolitical Societal Transformations

Unfortunately, the Semites success, brought them also envy and total destruction that culminated with the destructions of Tyrus and Cartage by the genocidal and ruthless Greek and the Roman empires (Wikipedia, 2020d, Wikipedia, 2020e). Who literally destroyed the SPs, which can be considered as the first Anti-Semitic genocide. This chapter will try to prove that the SP nation exist and is still very active and needs to revitalise to adapt to Geopolitical Societal Transformation (GST). The GST uses Geopolitical Analysis (GA) to analyse complex past events and also can be used to predict future events. A GA expert or a GST decision can be made by using the Applied Holistic Mathematical Model for GA (AHMM4GA) by carefully selecting Critical Success Factors (CSF) which influences the processing model. GA can use the following predefined sets of CSFs: 1) the role of evolution and migration of Semite tribes; 2) geopolitical and regional events; 3) political, ethnical and cultural predispositions; 4) evolution of the levels of education and standards of life; 5) inter-tribal-competition; 6) inhabiting SP regions; and 7) the creation of an independent Lebanon, which in this chapter is the most important CSF. A globally integrated geopolitical system’s approach is optimal to model such GA for various types of events; in this Research and Development Project’s (RDP) phase, focuses on the evolution of Semitic tribes. This RDP uses a systemic and holistic approach for delivering GA recommendations and explanations (Daellenbach & McNickle, 2005; Trad & Kalpić, 2016). This makes the GA for the topic of the Semites a structured, knowledge-intelligence and rational analysis process.

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