Bauprobleme und demokratie post juli 2013

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Der neu berufene "Retter" des Berliner Airports erklärt öffentlich de Demokratie schuldig für Debakel. Hat er recht ?

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Bauprobleme und demokratie post juli 2013

  1. 1. 1 Ist die Demokratie schuld am Berliner Airport Debakel ? Die Zeit : Deutschlands grösste und wichtigste Wochenzeitung Hartmut Mehdorn : Deutschlandweit bekannter Top Manager. Fungiert als Retter/Chef des Bauprojektes Neuen Berliner Flughafen
  2. 2. 2 Ist die Demokratie schuld am Berliner Airport Debakel ? Demokratie ist nicht Schuld ! Der Retter „Mehdorn“ sucht nur Schuldesel für seine eigene Defizite und Fehler beim „Retten“. Er fühlt sein kommendes Scheitern Beweis auf nächster Seite
  3. 3. 3 Brief an Ludwig XIV von Frankreich 1683 Der königliche Baumeister beschreibt sein leid mit seinen Bauprojekten a) die nicht fertig werden b) die viel teuerer werden c) die hingepfuscht werden Demokratie gab es da nicht ! Brieftext auf nächster Seite
  4. 4. 4 Vauban’s Brief vom 17. Juli 1683 Text in Englisch: http://www.tallbridgeguy.com/2012/02/15/sebastien-le-prestre-the-marquis-of-vauban-1633-1707/ Text in French: http://www.crdp-montpellier.fr/cd66/artscult/fichesVauban/cdvauban/periodes/tempsmodernes/vaubanautoritereconnue.pdf Text in Italian: http://www.igitalia.it/documentazione/vauban.pdf Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vauban
  5. 5. 5 Geo Artikel über Probleme mit Bau Projekte : Es lief schon immer daneben Wollen Sie wissen wer/was schuld ist ? Lesen Sie hier wieso Bauprojekte in der Regel schief laufen !
  6. 6. 6 Text in Englisch: http://www.tallbridgeguy.com/2 012/02/15/sebastien-le-prestre- the-marquis-of-vauban-1633- 1707/ Text in French: http://www.crdp- montpellier.fr/cd66/artscult/fich esVauban/cdvauban/periodes/t empsmodernes/vaubanautorite reconnue.pdf Text in Italian: http://www.igitalia.it/documenta zione/vauban.pdf Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vau ban While he was General Commissioner of Fortifications for France, Vauban wrote the following letter in the year 1683 to the Marquis of Louvois, Minister for Public Works and Secretary for War in the French government during the reign of Louis XIV. Here is a transcription in English of this letter: “To Louvois: My Lord, There are some remnants of construction works in recent years which are not finished and will never reach satisfactory completion, and all that, My Lord, due to the disorder resulting from the frequent discounts of which there are records in your financial accounts. For it is certain that all these broken contracts, promises not kept, and revision of adjudication only serve to attract towards you as Contractors all those desperate ones with no other place to turn, the untrustworthy, and the ignorant, and to scare away all those who have something valid to offer and who are capable of running an enterprise correctly. I maintain, in addition, that they delay and increase considerably the final cost of the works which they carry out most badly, because these discounts and bargains that are so sought after by the free market are imaginary, especially so because it is the Contractor himself who also loses out, like a man who is drowning and who grabs at anything he can reach. This Contractor does not pay his suppliers from whom he took the materials; he pays badly the workers whom he engages, cheats all those he can, and can only find the worst ones because they are desperate and allow themselves to be paid more cheaply than others; he uses only the meanest of materials, quibbles about everything, and still cries for mercy against this and that. This should be enough, My Lord, for you to see the imperfection of this conduct: and then to abandon it in the name of God, RESTORE GOOD FAITH; GIVE THE FAIR PRICE FOR THE WORKS TO BE CARRIED OUT AND DO NOT REFUSE AN HONEST WAGE TO A CONTRACTOR WHO PERFORMS HIS DUTY, THIS WILL ALWAYS BE THE BEST VALUE THAT YOU CAN EVER FIND. I remain, My Lord, with all my heart, your very humble and very obedient servant, Sébastien Le Prestre de Vauban Maréchal de France (Archives nationales de Paris). 17th July 1683.”
  7. 7. 6   Text in Englisch: http://www.tallbridgeguy.com/2 012/02/15/sebastien-le-prestre- the-marquis-of-vauban-1633- 1707/    Text in French: http://www.crdp- montpellier.fr/cd66/artscult/fich esVauban/cdvauban/periodes/t empsmodernes/vaubanautorite reconnue.pdf    Text in Italian: http://www.igitalia.it/documenta zione/vauban.pdf    Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vau ban  While he was General Commissioner of Fortifications for France, Vauban wrote the following letter in the year 1683 to the Marquis of Louvois, Minister for Public Works and Secretary for War in the French government during the reign of Louis XIV. Here is a transcription in English of this letter: “To Louvois: My Lord, There are some remnants of construction works in recent years which are not finished and will never reach satisfactory completion, and all that, My Lord, due to the disorder resulting from the frequent discounts of which there are records in your financial accounts. For it is certain that all these broken contracts, promises not kept, and revision of adjudication only serve to attract towards you as Contractors all those desperate ones with no other place to turn, the untrustworthy, and the ignorant, and to scare away all those who have something valid to offer and who are capable of running an enterprise correctly. I maintain, in addition, that they delay and increase considerably the final cost of the works which they carry out most badly, because these discounts and bargains that are so sought after by the free market are imaginary, especially so because it is the Contractor himself who also loses out, like a man who is drowning and who grabs at anything he can reach. This Contractor does not pay his suppliers from whom he took the materials; he pays badly the workers whom he engages, cheats all those he can, and can only find the worst ones because they are desperate and allow themselves to be paid more cheaply than others; he uses only the meanest of materials, quibbles about everything, and still cries for mercy against this and that. This should be enough, My Lord, for you to see the imperfection of this conduct: and then to abandon it in the name of God, RESTORE GOOD FAITH; GIVE THE FAIR PRICE FOR THE WORKS TO BE CARRIED OUT AND DO NOT REFUSE AN HONEST WAGE TO A CONTRACTOR WHO PERFORMS HIS DUTY, THIS WILL ALWAYS BE THE BEST VALUE THAT YOU CAN EVER FIND. I remain, My Lord, with all my heart, your very humble and very obedient servant, Sébastien Le Prestre de Vauban Maréchal de France (Archives nationales de Paris). 17th July 1683.”

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