posted on Jan, 20 2015 @ 02:12 AM
Mine would be, in no particular order:
- Julian Assange (for transparency and reform of communications/media/internet spheres).
- Russell Brand (for social reform and equality measures).
- Nick Xenophon (an Australian Senator who could use his political experience as an independent politician to help shape the direction of any
I'm not exactly sure who else i would have, but i will finish this list with two organisations which would do well being listed:
- International Criminal Court (for the maintaining of international legal matters and criminals).
- International Council for Science (for the continuance of international science and cooperative measures involving related practices).
With these names listed, i am not sure if i would actually put them in power. Power is corruptible and dangerous. It may be better if the power was
exercised by the people, with the above acting as advisers to the direction in which the world takes.