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Getting right back to basics: a moral code for government

Let’s get right back to basics.

It is clear that the institutions and offices of governance, by reason of the opportunities they presents for criminal gain, attract men of criminal disposition the way wasps are attracted to honey or moths to a lamp.

It is also becoming clear to us that, by virtue of the above, we the People do not presently have a government that is designed and run and works for us and that what we do have is sliding further and further from that ideal.

We need to devise and bring into being a government that works for us.

This must start with the establishment of a hitherto neglected fundamental, namely a set of broad agreed upon principles as to how we wish a government to behave and what it should or should not do.

The decision as to how government must behave should not be left to the people in government but must be decided and agreed up and, if necessary, ENFORCED by we the People.

These principles, once worked out, will comprise a moral code of government that we can DEMAND any government abides by and by which we can detect early any tendency of government to slide into unethical conduct detrimental to the wellbeing of the People.

A grass roots movement inspired by these Principles of Benign Governance and comprising millions of citizens standing shoulder to shoulder in solidarity therewith will provide by weight of numbers sufficient moral pressure upon those aspiring to govern us as to make these principles the overriding code of governance.

Once that code becomes reality, it will ensure slides by governments into dishonesty, corruption, crime and oppression do not occur.

Thus will the People be able to live in peace, their lives unhindered by the shenanigans of dishonest men infiltrated into the offices of state and corridors of power.

Working out what such principles should be requires in the main common sense, a clear codification of truths we already know and looking over what governments are currently doing as we slide into trouble and proscribing such actions now and in perpetuity.

More to follow . . .


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