Would anyone really object if the perfect government was established? In light of the ongoing multi-candidate trash-talking never-understanding and never unanimous elections, perhaps if the current candidates weren’t the ones actually elected then they might object- but that aside; what if we had the Perfect Government in place? Even one that in principles those running for office could also agree on; what would it require?
Try this on for size and see if it makes sense to you:
This “Perfect Government” would have but one purpose and one priority in which are incorporated all the laws that manage this government and cause it to function for the purpose for which it exists.
And that purpose for which it should exist is for the perpetual happiness of those whom it serves.
The perfect government is set up with 3 simple principles and laws. The first principle and law is that this government shall never be self-serving, or in other words, it shall never act in and of itself and of its own accord for the sake of its own existence.
This perfect government would be restricted in its power according to the restrictions that are necessary to ensure that it abides by this first principle and law.
This perfect government would serve those that benefit from its existence, and those who benefit from its existence are those who give it the power that it has received. And the power that it has received has been given to this government to serve those who have given it its power.
The second principle and law of this government would be that it will guarantee the freedom, or the free agency, of all those whom it serves. And this free agency that it guarantees, restricts those whom it serves from infringing on the free agency of another, or from having another infringe upon the free agency that each of those it serves possesses.
This government could not do anything that infringes upon the free agency of those whom
it serves, except in defending the free agency of another from being infringed upon.
The third principle and law of this perfect government would be that it shall provide the means whereby those whom it serves may have an equal opportunity to experience the happiness that they desire. And because it was not the choice of those that it serves to exist, this government must provide those things that are necessary such as all the basic necessities of life, food, clothing, shelter, health care etc. to fulfill the measure and purpose of their existence, which purpose is their individual happiness.
Even though this could become the perfect principles of a ruling government in which it could provide the means whereby we might find perpetual peace and happiness for all generations to come, it cannot compel anyone to use those things which it has provided for to find the happiness that anyone might desire. If this government were to compel anyone of us in any of these things, then it would break the second law that governs it, by taking away our free agency.
Upon enacting instead of just dreaming about these three main principles and laws of a Perfect Government, which could control all aspects of life on earth, our lives would quickly become a lot simpler, a lot more peaceful and a whole lot more fun to live in.
These three principles and laws of a Perfect Government could exist to serve those whom have established this government; they could exist to assure the freedom of those whom this government serves and they could exist to provide equality for all those whom this government serves; if We The People so want them.
In contrast when our leaders depended on their own wisdom to come up with countless ways to obtain greater riches from the earth at anyone’s expense it cannot succeed simply due to the enemies it creates and must like all other forms of selfish imperfect governments before them, fail. History has hundreds if not thousands of governments long gone to prove this fact.
Setting up a system of law that serves a particular society, any society, and its desires, even the desire to get gain and hold on to this gain for the benefit of their residents, then having to use the treasures of the earth, I.e., with money, oil, gold and silver, they spend their resources buying up the means of force, and the means of justice and laws that all those whom it served would be subjected to through the governments and religions of men, and ultimately end up reigning with blood and unspeakable horrors upon the earth just to keep what they want and by exclusion, deny others from obtaining the same.
Simply put, all governments and constitutions and laws of the same, must support the principle of freedom in maintaining rights and privileges for all. And any law or constitution given by a government that guarantees these rights and privileges of freedom shall be supported and befriended by all as it pertains to the laws of man, for whatsoever is more or less than this, brings destruction and cannot provide perpetual peace and happiness that all of us inherently seek for.
As the political comentaries and speaches flow year after year- ask which one of these candidates will last – which law will never be changed, which government will never fail, which principle provide truths we can all stand for and when will war permanently be over and peace finally prevail?
The answers are as simple as 1, 2, 3!