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  1. If I became president, I would put all my friends in the top positions, I would classify all information about their property and the property of their relatives, and I would also hide all the expenses of state-owned companies that they run from the people.
    I would strictly regulate the Internet and put everyone in jail for likes and reposts!
    I would allow judges and prosecutors to drive drunk, and put them on the waiting list for benefits for disabled people and large families.
    I would rewrite the constitution so that I would have the opportunity to rule as long as possible, if this caused popular protests, I would ban all rallies and other actions, well, except for rallies in my honor, of course, I would take state employees to them)))
    I would make the minimum wage less than the subsistence level))) pension too))
    I would not invest much in education and medicine, because teaching and treating is rather a vocation and it does not matter at all in what conditions to do it! In a good way, I would generally leave only private clinics and preferably at every step, and that the prices there would be such that people would have to raise money for treatment through social networks))) And in general, I believe that it is better to invest in temples, spiritual health is above physical! If you have a different opinion on this matter, then it is better to keep quiet, the feelings of believers are very easy to offend, and I consider this a crime!
    I would set interest rates for mortgages and loans so that the price of an apartment or car would eventually turn into the price of two apartments and cars, respectively))
    I would encourage only the military, especially mercenaries, who would be sent to fight in other countries under the guise of volunteers)) and, well, I would roll up international sports events for a billion rubles from the budget, then distributing cars to the winning athletes, but I would not particularly finance the sport itself, all children's sections would be paid, so that only well-off children could become athletes.
    In my country, in any case, there would be pritravochnye stations and in general I would allocate more money for the killing of animals!
    My favorite color is gray, so everything would be gray! No bright colors on the streets! Well, this is so to svedenyu! In general, the election is coming soon, how do you like my candidacy? Well, I basically don't care what you think, I'm not going to participate in the debate:)

  2. Why go too far, there is communism (please do not confuse it with socialism and do not cite the example of the USSR). When a person ceases to own any property, ceases to work for money, ceases to give birth and raise without control, when borders are erased – then the state of Earth will become ideal.

  3. What would your ideal state look like?

    From the ideal people, of course, and at the head – “Big Brother”)..
    And who are they, ideal people? True saints, of course..It is they who are selected at all times, passing tests and proving that they are worthy to live in an “ideal state” and not only live in it, but also to reign.. The ideal state I am talking about is the Kingdom of God. Well, “Big Brother” is Jesus Christ, who proved His right to Primacy by giving His life for the salvation of all.

    As for the ideal state in this world, the illusions of its construction are simply naive..It is enough to take history and look at it soberly – no matter how much they tried to create a paradise on earth, it turned out to be a good hell. And why all this? Yes, it's very simple – people who want to build something out of are not ideal material, they are weak, selfish, unfaithful, power-hungry, intolerant, vicious, lazy, cunning, deceitful, cunning, self-loving, ambitious, changeable, etc. etc.
    You can certainly keep them in a tight rein and arrange total control, forcing them to be conscious, but this will no longer be an ideal state, but an Orwellian one.

  4. The most utopian utopianism is Christianity. How many people were destroyed in the name of Christ. World War II, for example. I don't say anything about the 13th century at all. And the phrase of Christ: give away your possessions and follow me . The main Utopian.

  5. Well, let's get started. Eco-friendly cities, natural energy sources. No cars with internal combustion engines or electric vehicles. No money. No. and it's fine without them. Everyone works for the benefit of everyone. Those who don't want to be kicked out. The main focus is on science and education. (well, where else, because this is a utopia) Ubiquitous pacifism. Well, the divine combination of minimalism and futurism in architecture)

  6. no freedom for the enemies of freedom-my policy
    in the garbage is taken after two years from a psychoanalyst
    fools are rolled up in the roads, there are no major problems
    orgies in estates, pleasures in estates, pranks in cities
    the climate has been corrected, it's warm in winter, people are as one on smiles
    in the taiga playing jazz, executioners are torturing each other on the rack

  7. A dystopia where people don't have the right to their opinion, so that everything is like in the novel 1984. It will be an ideal society where no one will complain about their bad life, no one will organize protests, everything will be as it is best for the state

  8. There is already a good project of an ideal state. It is promoted by a very old grandfather. His name is Jacques Fresco, I advise everyone to listen to him (on YouTube there is in Russian).

    His ideal world already really exists, it is still one city and a lot of people interested in his idea. The city is called Venus. The Venus project.


    “A world without politics, Poverty and war” (Beyond Politics, Poverty and War)

  9. Many utopias have been invented, but the utopian nature of these utopias makes them somewhat ridiculous, just like the inventors of these utopias. But everything related to the ideal has already been said within various directions of political thought, be it liberalism, be it anarchism, be it socialism, or something else-in each of these directions there is a grain of good and a grain of evil, and therefore we must strive for a certain synthetic way of thinking that absorbs this most good of each system, wanting not just to get rid of all the shortcomings at the expense of the advantages of liberalism, anarchism, socialism and some other systems, but to get a certain synergetic effect from this synthesis.

    First of all, we need to find the reason for the utopian nature of all utopias. And this reason is rooted in the imperfection of a person and the imperfection of society: people are immersed in a constant struggle, sometimes reaching outright mutual devouring, all their time is occupied by this struggle for resources and power (resources are needed for a decent and comfortable existence, and power is needed for the safety and protection of accumulated resources). If you give a person time, freeing him from the struggle for resources and power, directing the released forces in a different direction, in the direction of self-knowledge, self-improvement, knowledge of his neighbors (without struggle and a sense of danger), then the culture of each individual and the culture of society will rise to a completely different level. Then other incentives for development will be found instead of the struggle for resources and power, and then perhaps social and cultural progress will catch up with technological progress, which will remove the risks when new inventions appear.

    From socialism, we can take the idea of an even distribution of resources with an abundance of these very resources. This abundance can only be achieved at unprecedented levels of automation development.

    From anarchism, we can take the idea of weakening state power. Such powerful tools of violence and control will not be needed if people's safety is not threatened.

    From liberalism we can take the idea of freedom in all its manifestations. If people have more resources and time is not spent fighting for power, then this time may well give people much more degrees of freedom through culture and science.

    In an ideal state, the problem of “big brother” does not arise, since no one has much power, and even full transparency and openness of information on the Internet works for the good, as it feeds people's trust in each other. In an ideal state, the sharp edges of the market economy are smoothed out, since the sweat of the extreme market option is most likely to go to some hybrid option, which again gives a synergistic effect and frees up even more resources. In an ideal state, people will feel more comfortable, safer, and psychologically stable because of greater mutual trust and security in society. And in an ideal state, most laws will not even be necessary, since people who are spared the need for mutual devouring will develop such moral principles that will easily exceed the measure of the need for any sanctions and state violence.

  10. I think that no one can offer any final version of the ideal state, because the state must develop and improve, take into account the experience of how certain systems work and adapt to everything else. Some states work better and more efficiently, and some work worse, but in general, the mechanisms that work now in developed countries were invented quite a long time ago, when humanity had other opportunities, and it seems to me that now everything could have been done differently. It is clear that, on the one hand, democracy is cooler than everything else, but it has its own problems, which are that the majority's decision is not always competent. To this end, people often suggest that the right to vote should be restricted in some way: either let pensioners not vote, or let only people with education vote – but these are all bad ideas that will inevitably reduce the legitimacy of the government and lead to even greater problems.

    In general, I once came up with such a concept, I wrote about it in LiveJournal and on FB, but I think it will be fine to repost it here too:

    I would like to see a completely different electoral system, in which people vote not for politicians with a set of some ideas and concepts that they want to capture the electorate, but for the priorities themselves – those things that are important to them personally. With the help of electronic voting, it is quite possible to do this. In this case, parties and politicians would propose the priorities for which they are going to fight, for example: the fight against corruption, the development of medicine, the geopolitical fight against reptilians, raising taxes, lowering taxes, the development of highways, nanotechnology, nature protection, and from all this a list is formed in which voters mark important positions in checkboxes. You can mark more priorities or less, but in the end, the weight of your vote will be divided by the number of marked priorities. The result is a general picture of the problems that people are concerned about.

    At the same time, parties can focus on some individual problems, for example, roads, and not get involved in geopolitics, for example. Or make broader lists of priorities, but then some of them will be more important to people, and some will be less important. As a result, the distribution of seats between parties will be proportional to how important exactly the issues that specific parties have identified for themselves are. The problems that concern pensioners and young people will be divided, and both of them will have people in the parliament who are engaged in their interests.

    And of course, if a certain party puts a certain problem as its priority, then the voter evaluates how they solve this problem. And if, for example, you chose “fight against corruption” and Navalny entered the Duma, then you evaluate the results of his work in the declared area. If the majority of assessments are OK, then Navalny can continue to deal with this topic, and if not, then he can't, and some new anti – corruption fighter is needed.

    This system, I think, would be better not only than what currently exists in Russia, but also better than what exists in countries with much more developed politics. Instead of dividing people into good and bad and trying to get caught up in a hot topic, and then finding themselves in the power to do something completely different, politicians would focus on solving specific issues. Every problem would be dealt with by competent people in their field, a strong business executive would not get involved in geopolitics, and a fighter for human rights would not get involved in agriculture.

  11. If we imagine that there is no vertical power and the real power is the people's power, what would it look like? What will happen if the people decide on the fate of the state and the path of development? So, your attention is given to the world without taxes and officials. I warn you that this is just my reasoning and nothing more.

    To begin with, my idea is formed around the village. I myself am from the village, was born in the village, grew up, studied only in the city. That was enough time for me to understand what a city is. In my opinion, the city only consumes and produces nothing. Many may disagree, such as in the city there are factories that produce something, but again, I will add that not only does it not produce anything, but the surrounding world also pollutes with unnecessary goods. I will not discuss the necessary or unnecessary goods produced by the city, but let everyone decide for themselves.

    The idea of an ideal state is that there is no center of power, that is, there is no government as such. This means that in each village, village, city, people choose, from those who live with them, people (let's call them elders, at least 1 person per 50 inhabitants. Cities can be divided into microdistricts) to make decisions about how to allocate finances and maintain order in their habitats. This means that there will be no licenses, permits, courts, offices, or other bureaucracy. Moreover, the chosen petty officers will do this selflessly, there will be no privileges or special treatment for them. You might think that humanity will not live without laws, but I agree, but I know for sure that without legal laws, humanity will definitely survive and enjoy life.

    I must say right away that you can't do without law enforcement officers, they will be there. These are people chosen by the city, village, or village to protect their peace and sleep. They will be chosen from their own residents. They will be paid a salary by residents of the villages, villages and cities in which they live. That is, this does not mean that there will be a lot of law enforcement officers, let's just say that there will be as many of them as necessary, and if more are needed, they will be called up from the residents themselves. In this case, the army as such will not be required, because the law enforcement officers will have everything necessary for conducting combat operations. In each district there will be, let's say, a service unit in which law enforcement officers will serve in shifts. Their main task, as each guard, is to be able to do everything, to be a firefighter, a policeman, a soldier. There will also be field commanders, who must also necessarily live on the territory of one of the settlements of the district, this is a prerequisite for everyone. Such units will be supported by the settlements they protect. To make it clear, instead of dozens of large military units and a huge number of policemen and firefighters, there will be hundreds of small ones of regional significance. A mandatory condition in these units is the presence of all types of military weapons. While the world is restless, while the army and its other manifestations will be needed. They will keep in touch with the rest of the parts as usual on the radio, that is, if something happens in one part, then everyone else will know about it. For example, they attacked a border unit. In a few minutes, the whole country will know about this incident and the aggressors will be so broken in that the rest of us will not want to fight like this.

    Agriculture will be the foundation of development. Everything that the villagers grow, or rather the surplus of grown products, will be sold to the city. The land will belong to residents living in the villages, villages, and cities to which it belongs. It will be possible to lease land of no more than 100 hectares for the production of agricultural products or the cultivation of a garden. Only residents of villages, villages, and towns can rent out land plots to which they belong. At the same time, a mandatory condition for cultivating land is non-arable production. In order to take a plot to settle or rent, you need to speak at the council of elders and tell them what you will do on the land and why. They will grow agricultural products of all possible types that can be grown in the area in which they live. A must for everyone, this is organic farming, without fertilizers and chemicals. In each district there will be a point of sale, from which direct deliveries will go to city stores. That is, a minimum of resellers and compliance with the current advertising “Z lana to the table”.

    Processing of agricultural products will be carried out in each district. Instead of huge factories producing millions of tons of products, there will be small production workshops. They will be designed for the number of people, the residential area they belong to, and the cities they are closer to. In other words, the calculation will be performed by region. To make it clearer, I will say that in each region there are so many cities, so many districts, and so many residents, respectively, it will not be difficult to calculate how much food is needed for each region. Naturally, surpluses from all over the country will be imported, but not to rich countries, but to third world countries. The purpose of import will not be a fabulous profit, but only a human attitude towards people in need, that is, poor countries will be able to pay with goods or services. The main type of processing will be canning vegetables and fruits, which housewives will make for themselves and for sale.

    There will be no ships like this! There will be only one people's court. If the people admit guilt, then all the inhabitants of the country will know about the perpetrators and the perpetrators will never be able to do more things in such a country. There will be no death penalty. As in ancient times, punishment is commensurate with the crime. Killed, all your life you will plow in harmful production, stole, they will take away everything that you have made, molested minors, castration and punishment commensurate with murder, raped, national shame and exile from the country.

    Heavy production. There will be few plants, they will be dispersed throughout the country so that the pollution from them causes as little harm to the surrounding nature as possible. Waste from production will be recycled, and those that cannot be recycled will be dispersed in small batches throughout the state.

    Cars. In such a state, the era of electric vehicles will reign.

    This is the ideal state. Maybe something is missing, so please. We need to think together about how to build an ideal state, which will later become the Motherland!

  12. Many beautiful words are said. There were many generations who bought into them – and now they can't accept the defeats of their idea. This situation repeats itself forever. As long as there are more states than one, it will not serve people, but will exploit them. It is the same with people, as long as there are more than one person-there will always be merciless competition, self-interest and exploitation. This is the reality of the past. And what is the future? It's up to us, but we don't believe in ourselves. After hundreds of years of wars, massacres, lies, and now shows, people have finally learned that there are no controlled global processes, or at least state machines are getting better at it. My ideal state is a state in which there are no people, because people destroyed it, and found a language with each other, without a police baton and a submachine gun. On the other hand, it will grow and receive more and more funds and resources unreasonably. It will take many years.

  13. National liberalism with traditional values)))))))

    So, my state does not stop in its development: it draws its budget first from mining, then goes to science as a source of income. The country fights corruption with punitive measures: executions, infiltrated agents, etc.

    What is your ideology? Formally, it should not exist at all, but in practice people are given freedom within reasonable limits(you can gather for rallies, you can't go to gay parades:)). Also, the state should not hesitate to speak about the people, to which the majority of the country's inhabitants would belong, but not to incite hostility. Yes, I am still for traditional values, I understand that this is not customary on asuka:)

    Here I would like such a thing as a social rating. Only in my case, it will fix the inequality of citizens when voting. It will be compiled on the basis of characteristics from work or school, depending on the lifestyle of the person who is married or unmarried. It would look like an app on a smartphone. For example, 27-year-old Ivan Ivanov, entrepreneur, father of two children, volunteer and honorary donor will have 3 times more power of “voice”than 30-year-old Vaska-drunk. Thanks to social rating, various populists will be eliminated immediately)

    Politics? The state is closing in on itself, no Syria and Novorossiya. Reduction of the army, but conscripts should be left, but make conscription voluntary. What for? My idea is to return the function of a social elevator to the army: those who have served are given a university and all sorts of other goodies, and a number of rights can only be realized by serving in the army: the same possession of weapons for self-defense, for example.

    Right choice or left choice? Right, definitely. A loaf of bread is guaranteed for the sick, elderly, and others. However, taxes should be minimal, pension and honey. the insurance must be canceled, as well as the tax rate that your employer pays by the way. But we must not allow distortions: the market does not solve itself, but the state must participate as a gendarme of the market system.

    I may have forgotten something, but I'm already tired of typing)

  14. It was interesting to read the opinions)
    In my opinion, an ideal state would be arranged like this. Let's imagine that a global movement has emerged (there are such movements now, and more than one. The only question is, if they are for the unification of the world, why can't they unite with each other to begin with, each pulling in their own direction), which stands for changing the world order , for states to stop conflicting, spending huge amounts of money on defense and endangering life on the planet, to the brink of World War 3, so that propaganda that makes people enemies from all sides stops. But the movement has not only a desire to destroy the old, but also a detailed plan-a system for building a new state. And now this movement is growing like a lump to a huge size and begins to gently influence the policies of the largest states ( to put it mildly, this is a utopia, of course, without tough measures it is hardly possible) And if, as a utopia, we imagine that they have achieved their goal, In the largest countries at the same time comes the power for unification, on equal rights and the preservation of cultures and identity at the level of nations and at the level of countries uniting in a Confederation, and a complete change in the economy, when private property is not completely withdrawn, but sharply limited, for example, private property could not exceed 30 percent of the total, but those who owned 30 percent managed most of the state property, but their income or loss would be directly related to the income or loss of the state part that they manage. In this way, the advantages of capitalism (private capital resource management) could be preserved, while reducing the difference between the very rich and the poor.
    From the effect of reducing military budgets, everyone would benefit, and the released resources would be used to fight poverty, around the world, space exploration, and other positive goals. The authorities in such a state should be as transparent as possible, any government decision should be justified and so that anyone can see through the Internet, track where resources are spent and what decisions are made and why, as well as take part in decision-making through an online platform. Government control should be carried out with the help of artificial intelligence, so that corruption decisions and lobbying are excluded. That's about it.

  15. it's easier than a steamed turnip.

    here it is important to change me for yourself.

    a world where everyone would be like me (not outwardly, but inwardly). Like, everyone would do what I would do in all situations.

    yes, peace wouldn't last long. 100 years, but what would these 100 years be.

    a huge year-long orgy, sniffing the cocaine supply in the second year, then holding hands and trying to wrap the globe around, no one would really care, and there would be nothing to worry about. after all, there is no money, work is done according to the mood. yes, progress would have started, everything would have fallen into the pit of idiocracy, but how everyone would have got high: no politics, no television, no apartment doors, no damned Omerekans. just one big state-a life-long feast.

    by the way, in “the last man on earth”, too, it is not badly arranged .”state”

  16. the ideal state is the ideal management of human capital.

    every person should be educated and provided for creation.
    CREATIVITY in the broadest sense of the word – from creating scientific and technical solutions,
    to creative relationships with others-to make non-constructive people constructive.

  17. I believe that the main thing in the state is order. In all areas. I also believe that the basis of any “order” is fear. Therefore, the first step on the way to order will be the lifting of the moratorium on the death penalty. Everyone pisses for their own skin, and serving time for such people is a resort. No, guys, that won't do.

    Such a global giant as Singapore, for example, adheres to this course. Punitive measures are applied in the country against drug addicts, grafters and flayers, which we, “a democratic and humane country living in the modern world, and not in the Stone Age, where everyone is killed”, are very lacking.

  18. AI Neural Network, based on a quantum processor, which, based on the knowledge of all mankind, would go through all the options-how to manage without a state and no politics, or what would happen with an improved state.

    People as subjects who enjoy the fruits of their machines, who do everything for them.

    People live a happy life, there is no evil, there are no rules, everything is already without evil.

    Based on the knowledge �taken from the books”Brave New World” by Fr. Huxley, and “After 3 years, it's too late”I. Masaru, about how you can control a person at the level of neural connections, introduce hostility to lies and untruth, evil and ignorance.

    Of course, what I came up with in a few minutes may not be real, but the idea is there, so the answer is ready.

  19. This is a doggie state. From all over the world, I collect stray dogs and give them a paradise life within the same island. The main export item is dog hair belts. We are also ready to accept those who are prepared for the death penalty – dogs need meat.

    If you are a veterinarian or dog handler-welcome, I can offer you serious government positions. If you are a cat lover, go away, you are not welcome here.

  20. Well, you can fantasize for a long time.
    First, it is a planetary state. The whole earth is a single country, borders are blurred, freedom of movement. All cultures are integrated into a common super-culture. The local identity of cultures can be preserved, but it must be controlled by a universal law based on humanity and the primacy of human rights and freedoms. That is, if in your culture it is customary to fast on some holiday, to perform some peaceful rituals – you are welcome. If your culture has a custom of harassing, harming, or even killing people on some basis (gender, age, sexual orientation, appearance, race, etc.d.) – no, please change, adapt and integrate, otherwise-complete isolation from the world community.
    Secondly, it would be great for Canada to become this planetary state. Planet Canada-sounds great. And in many ways, even if not in all, Canada's structure is extremely efficient: a healthy economy with a strong private sector and support for entrepreneurship, while an effective tax system allows you to have a powerful budget that guarantees the state to provide citizens with high – quality free services-Canada has excellent free medicine and education, some of the best in the world.
    Well, the example of Canada shows that it is correct when the highest ranks are occupied by highly qualified practitioners: the Minister of Health is a doctor, the Minister of agriculture is a farmer, etc. All ministers should be chosen by the people from the very best specialists, based on their professional qualities and achievements, and not on political promises. The work of ministries should be completely transparent.
    Ministers, civil servants and other government managers should not have a high fixed salary, which can increase significantly depending on the effectiveness of their work. These allowances are determined and paid by a transparent, automated program based on a point system: higher efficiency – more points – higher salary. In case of long-term deterioration or stagnation of efficiency, the employee resigns and a new one is elected.
    Third, it is a democracy, but limited by competence. Voting in elections means influencing the entire state, that is, it is an action with increased responsibility, requiring a certain competence. Therefore, I do not consider the right to vote and choose natural, it must be earned. Therefore, every year when a particular national election is held, every citizen can pass a certification for political, economic and social literacy, which gives them the right to vote in elections. Certification also takes place in the form of an automated transparent program.
    Such a system ensures that the choice of citizens will be informed and competent, and the results will not be spoiled by the votes of inadequate people who vote by fan, in a drunken stupor, under the influence of propaganda or simply from illiteracy.

    In general, you can fantasize for a long time, but I consider the above to be the basis.

  21. In my ideal state, much attention would be paid to environmental issues and the protection of animal rights. A completely different educational system, aimed at the development of a person as a person, and not at preparing the next screw of the system. Limit (over)riches and a tough fight against corruption.

    But all this would collapse very quickly.

  22. Cyberocracy is the reverse of bureaucracy.�

    It is based on instant transmission of important information from the source of the problem to people or robots who can solve it. Information can be transmitted, for example, by AI or programs that can recognize and sort information. For example, if a building is on fire somewhere, firefighters will immediately know about it.�

    People are minimally involved in management and solve only the most important or unusual problems. This would defeat corruption and the human factor better than any other struggle.�

    To prove your point, remember at least surveillance cameras, video recorders, and drivers ' personal gadgets — there are fewer cases of corruption on the roads. And all thanks to technology.

  23. Cool question!

    In my ideal state, there would be attributes like this:

    1. Remember the movie Equilibrium? Such an anti-copia about a society without emotions, as if there are fewer wars and it is easier to manage people. But in reality, this is difficult and inefficient. It is better to deprive emotions of whom? That's right, people in power!

    Just imagine-there is no greed, vanity, pride, all that so corrupts people in power! Only a clear head, a cold heart, and clean hands will remain. One such assumption is just an assumption, and it already looks like an ideal state, isn't it true?

    Whether it's chemical, surgical, hypnotic, or otherwise, it doesn't matter much, because it will be completely voluntary.

    1. But who are the “lucky ones” who will sacrifice so much for the good of society? Who would want to give up lowly instincts for a higher goal? Do you think no one? No, these people are already among us, but (so far) their power is not so great and obvious. These are scientists. Yes, yes, in my ideal state there will be a nookracy! Economists, sociologists, psychologists, statisticians, historians, philosophers, engineers, chemists, and physicists will write laws, issue decrees, and make decisions that affect the fate of millions of people. In general, people who understand issues within their competencies are better than any person on Earth. Hooray, finally!

    2. The army will not be there, why if the states, when they see how cozy we have here, come in themselves, will join – there will be no borders, there will be nothing to protect. Well, let's leave the special forces squad to fend off terrorists (banned in the Russian Federation) and other envious personalities.

    3. Social inequality within society can be solved in a proven way: maximum automation of all production and work processes and (due to the repeatedly increased labor productivity) an unconditional income for all citizens, ensuring an adequate standard of living. Of course, this will not happen immediately, but if you move in this direction purposefully and systematically-quickly enough. Especially considering the effectiveness of state power.

    4. The free time of citizens can be used for the development of culture, again, science, sports, craft brewing, etc. People will also be able to engage in small businesses, it will cover the needs of more demanding residents who are not satisfied with mass-produced products.

    5. For those who do not want to do anything from the previous paragraph and are satisfied with their basic income, entertainment shows, social networks with videos about cats, virtual reality and other ways to spend an exciting and interesting century of their life measured by nature will be created.

    In the bottom line, we have:

    competent authority;

    zero level of corruption;

    ultra-efficient production;

    high standard of living;

    low level of public discontent;

    an unprecedented flourishing of culture, arts and crafts.

    Welcome to Noorossiya! (Sorry)

  24. It should be an honest state where everything is really done for the people.

    Personally, I think that deputies should play a much bigger role in the country. �They should be real representatives of the people in the government ,they should know the problems of their regions and solve them.

    The president should be elected for an essentially unlimited term (because it doesn't take a year or four to implement any large-scale ideas or reforms), but every year a survey would be conducted among the population about whether they are satisfied with the work of the president. �If not, then that's it, for now.�

    It seems to me that the government should have people from every sphere. That is, for example, the Ministry of Construction should choose people from construction companies for a certain period of time, during which they can make their own suggestions for improving this area, based on their work experience.�

    And yes, e-government is very important. Сейчас Now many people are stupidly lazy to go somewhere to vote. We need to give people a chance to vote online with, say, a personal electronic signature.�

    Business should be separate from the state. The state does not touch business. Business does not touch the state.�

    Equality should be fair in the country. The salary should not be very different between a director and a specialist. �

    In general, you can still write a lot of things. �Well, that's right, utopia.

  25. At the head of my “ideal” state would be an ANONYMOUS benevolent and absolute dictator (modern technologies allow this to be implemented), who would sometimes correct the state that went astray from the right path. There would be no place for socialism in my country. Generally. Only voluntary charity. Orphans and disabled people would receive assistance from these funds. Judges would be private individuals. The police didn't exist. There would be private security companies. Education and science are completely private. Medicine is fully paid. The infrastructure would be built on the money of local residents by the residents themselves. And most importantly: NO taxes and NO regulation of the banking sector and the Internet. Generally. There will be a government, but it will be more of an advisory body and will not have real power. It will accept donations for its existence. It would be anarcho-capitalism.

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