posted on Jan, 11 2017 @ 12:20 PM
originally posted by: dawnstar
a reply to: VinylTyrant
think I said no....
it seems that those that run gov'ts spend more time creating problems than solving them. at least as it is when their problems mature, it doesn't
effect the whole world..
maybe in a few centuries or so we will be ready, not now..
I agree that having 636+ hands on any issue is far too many when those same are constantly worried about the next campaign instead of listening.
Having one who is good at making decent moves is better than having an entire world of chess players trying to beat Garry Kasparov.
He won that, by the way.
And the move that almost fouled him up was proposed by a young female with a lower rating, but it was too late to win.
A master of decision is better than a school of masters.
But if that decision maker is evil...
Therefore, we maintain a system which slows both the benign and the malicious.
Until the system turns malicious or benign. Then if the power at the head matches the power of the system, that is expedited.
But even a mortal king must convince somebody.
A Congress of Nations? Absolutely ridiculous. Someone is the arbiter of such a Congress. Evil is afoot.
Danger, Will Robinson, danger!