The Future of Democracy
A democratic anarchy will direct each member of society to respect other people. People will become values to all people. They will create the greatest possible advantages for society, and diminish or abolish the creation of all forms of disadvantages. Such a measure will definitely decrease uncontrolled or insufficiently controlled individual power originating in a privileged social status. I have to stress that the privileged status of individuals causes the greatest inconveniences and problems to a society. In this extremely simple way, the populus will for the first time in the history of humankind realize a great direct power in society, which will result in highly harmonious and constructive social relations.
Many people, including university professors, have given me remarks in the sense that people are not able to objectively judge other people. I have answered them that objectivity is desirable but not essential. People will judge others the way they feel and every person is obliged to take into account the consequences his actions may have on other people. By adopting this system that will happen and that is exactly what will bring huge benefits to society. Furthermore, a system that supports the equal rights of people will develop objectivity in society and when that happens, people will certainly objectively judge other people.
Individuals will not have much power in society, but their evaluations joined together will be very powerful. A person who receives a large number of negative evaluations would try hard to avoid doing anything inconvenient to other people. Besides, the person who receives bad evaluations would never know who has evaluated him negatively so that he would try to improve his behaviour towards everyone. As a result, bullies will not harass children at school any more, bosses will not abuse their employees at work, neighbours will not produce noise at night, salespeople will not cheat their customers, politicians will not lie to people, etc. They will all try to please other people in the best possible way. This is what will take privileged powers from all the people; this is what will eliminate social evil and form a good society.
The system of democratic anarchy will especially affect authorities. The higher the position an authority has in society, the greater the responsibility he would bare to society. For example: The President of the US might get 100,000,000 bad evaluations from the American people for bad policies, lies, and for criminal aggressions on countries. That would cost him 100,000,000 dollars in only one month. On the other hand, I doubt that his supporters would certainly evaluate him positively because they might easily have higher positive evaluation priorities and would spend their positive evaluations elsewhere. Non-privileged presidents would no longer dare perform bad policies anymore. And if it happens somehow, they would run away from their positions very fast. Only the most skilful and brave individuals would dare lead countries. They will not be authorities anymore, but our servants.
People will judge other people freely. In this regard, I have
received many complaints in the sense that people may evaluate other people
maliciously because of spite or envy. I answered that such a risk exists but I
would add that individual assessment in the amount of one dollar might not cause
significant harm to anyone. Damage that
an individual can
insignificant compared to
the damage authorities can make
because they often pull back
the whole society.
Take again the example of Hitler and Bush. In the system that
I have proposed these individuals would get so many negative evaluations from
people from the very beginning of their careers that they would no longer dare
to cause evil. Their followers would receive negative evaluations as well so that
organized evil would hardly rise in such a society. It is
possible to forbid people who receive a large number of negative evaluations
from governing society. In this way, authorities will no longer dare to carry out aggression and wars. Is it worthwhile to
allow individuals to wrongly judge others in the amount of one dollar if such
trials would abolish all forms of destructiveness in society? Sure it is. In
addition, the new system will develop objective values and the conscience of the
people where malice and envy would hardly exist. If something like that would
still exist, each person would be able to correct a possible wrongful assessment
that he gave to another individual by instigating a correct evaluation even many
years later when he experiences an enlightenment under the influence of the new
system. And he will.
A democratic anarchy
will finally and unconditionally create a good society and therefore it presents
the greatest invention of all the time.
The macroeconomic policy of the society will certainly be directly created by the people, because it is the foundation that directs the economy and that means a complete society. How? Quite simply, one first needs to enable every person to decide how much money from their gross income they want to pay for taxes. The average values of all the peoples’ expressions will determine what percentage of salaries each worker will put aside for taxation. Furthermore, in the same way, each person can decide on how tax money is spent. Each person will decide how much tax money they would set aside for: the defence of the state, public safety, education, health, housing, recreation, infrastructure, etc.
Theoretically, the people can decide on a collective consumption within the consumer groups as much as they want. All these groups of shared consumption will have a far greater overall impact if they are democratically allocated. Following the living experience, the people will learn how much money should be collected for taxes and what the best way to spend it is. Thus, this spending will follow the needs of people in the most efficient way because it will no longer be alienated from the society. In such a way, the people will become active members of society and so; they will accept their community a lot more. Given that the new system offers stable and good relations among nations, people will no longer allocate money for the needs of armies and armies will cease to exist. In the democracy I have proposed, war will no longer be possible.
The people must directly make strategic decisions in society, because that is the only way the policy of society certainly follows the interests of people. All other decisions could be made by professionals and they will be directly responsible to the people for those decisions. Once people get the power to participate in the decision-making process of their own interests and when they have the power to judge those who make decisions on their behalf, that will present the most developed form of democracy. There's no better political way. Such a democracy will realise all the dreamers’ dreams in the history of mankind. Once such a democracy is accepted, people will become so satisfied with it that they will not allow anyone to seize it from them.
This is just the basic idea about the future of democracy. It cannot be understood well enough without reading and analysing my book “Humanism” available free of charge here: Table of Contens.
January 15, 2011
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