posted on Nov, 24 2012 @ 02:41 PM
In all 3 cases, the authoritarian nature of these systems remained as a consistent component while all other original components were reconfigured.
A transparentocracy can fully address the problem since it directly reconfigures the component of “authority” into one that is no longer the
The idea of a transparentocracy brings the perspective that the REAL class “struggle” is between those with authority and those under authority.
The same authorities have been imposing these systems on everyone for quite a few centuries now. They definitely ignore the lack of attention that’s
ever really paid toward the authority component of all these systems because….well, you know.
It’s obvious that at the stage “civilization” has now reached, a Transparentocracy is likely the best way forward. Once the Authority problem is
taken care of, the Communism/Socialism/Democracy/Republic/etc details will be incredibly easy to iron out.
Live stream 90% of POTUS’s each and every day on the internet and it won’t matter what secret clubs he/she was in as a college kid.
Live stream 75% of every every CEO’s day on the internet and white collar crime will practically disappear.
and so on.
For each percent privacy given up for the common good…$20k/yr.
Do a job that gives you authority over someone else’s life…in that job’s description is detailed privacy loss requirements and accompanying
You don’t want to give up as much privacy as is required in the job description…don’t apply.
Tweak it ’til you like all of it.
It’s the very beginnings of an idea. If it can be made better, I’m all for it.
We can turn 1984 in the other direction.
It’s an idea.