The world is currently in the middle of the most significant societal, social and cultural revolution in its history. Old leadership and social patterns are not yielding the expected results of fiscal growth and prosperity throughout the world and the widening gap between upper and lower income levels has resulted in an increased level of social unrest. The activities of various citizen's groups and anti-establishment organizations such as Wikileaks are expanding an ever-widening chasm between traditional political and societal structures and the population at large. Politicians world-wide are facing never before seen challenges - socially, economically and environmentally. Taken individually, these trials might seem manageable. Taken collectively, however, they reveal the metamorphosis of the social and political structure of society at large from one dominated by capitalism in all of its forms, to one dominated by a new and emerging social order - Inclusivism.