reply to post by Serizawa
People seem to lack faith in themselves at alarming levels. Damned if we do, damned if we don't, right?
Obviously the people who successfully overthrow the New World Order, a dominant band of people with control stretching beyond feasible bounds, would
have to have some kind of intelligence and thus would be able to understand the concept that not everything would be hunky dory from the get go.
I personally believe that the original idea of the United States Republic is flawless, and with additions that help people today added to the mix and
taken care of intelligently and orderly, the world would be paradise.
No, it would not happen overnight. However, what government needs to provide is a steady stream of defense as well as a infinite level of CHOICE among
its citizens. Thus a hybrid system will be born where everyone can be happy.
For those that wish the keep to themselves and live how they wish to live - allow them to do so with no government intervention.
For those areas that might be affected by food or sanitation access, allow them the CHOICE of government assistance to get them on their feet
For those who wish to be self-sustainable but lack the education - or those who wish to mooch of of government entitlement programs even though they
are able to survive without - provide them with the education required to survive and thrive free of charge, while continuing to support them for the
duration but not farther.
For the disabled and elderly, provide an assistance fund that comes directly from donations and a set tax from all individuals. Think social security
but on a fair and free level.
It might take awhile but eventually people will have the education they need to live for themselves once again and not have to rely on the government
in take care of them. Unity and salvation will be found in tight nit communities who share resources and education to help those around them who are
Will it be difficult? Most definitely. But thus is the price that must be paid for absolute freedom. In the end, the resulting world would far
outmatch the current one, and though not every person will have an iPod or a cell phone, they will at least be content in making their own choices and
controlling their own lives.