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    They say a better world begins with yourself... but these things might help    

By: Joël van der Reijden | Last update: October 29, 2014


Some readers of ISGP have wondered what kind of improvements can be made to the present political system in order to prevent the kind of conspiracies described on this

website from happening in the future.

All that I can say for sure is that politics in every country should be restructured in such a way as to primarily give power to the educated middle classes and to prevent the formation of elites in business, the military, politics or in intelligence circles.

There are ways to achieve this, but designing a new political model is not something one does on a Sunday afternoon. A balance has to be found between economy, population numbers, social programs, labor unions, education, freedom of the press, spirituality, national security, national interests, and undoubtedly various other factors.

Below I have listed some of my own political ideas. Some of these should bring a lot of improvement to the democratic process if implemented. Others ideas are about more minor issues.

Personal political ideas

  • Relatively strong labor unions is a basic human right. Without labor unions we have fascism/corporatism. Labor unions that are too strong cause anarchism/communism.

  • A removal of the stigma on the term "socialism". Basic, moderate socialism is simply about communication between employees and employers. It is for a minimum wage, a maximum number of working hours, the abolishment of child labor, having a pension, and watchdog agencies for banks and corporations. This is what FDR's New Deal of the 1930s was about--and the fact that this program is still absolutely loathed among especially wealthy conservatives should tell people something. Whoever has the money, controls the state. Remove socialism and a cycle starts in which the strong will appoint their friends and family members to power and corrupt the entire state. If you are born poor, no matter what your potential, you will stay poor.

  • Make it illegal for senior government officials to associate with their successors, except in official capacity and only with specialized television and radio channels available that record the entire conversation. A few national security exceptions can be made for the (elected) president, who is supposed to know every secret of the nation anyway. Former administration officials are not allowed to meet at corporate boards, foundations, think tanks or private conferences together. The reason for these measures is obvious: this is a large part of how old boy networks work and how they maintain influence over later governments. If persons are unwilling to make this small sacrifice, they shouldn't run for high office.

  • Change can only come when electoral candidates have guaranteed, unbiased access to the media. A system is needed that protects journalists and television crews from big business, the judiciary, the intelligence services, and the executive office, while at the same time promoting journalistic responsibility and accountability. This is a highly complex subject for which I haven't done enough thinking yet to come up with solid solutions. A few ideas:
    • Don't abolish any existing media. Reign in the paparazzi a bit though and the bullying and intimidation tactics of certain Fox News hosts. Seeing a show of Bill O'Reilly is like watching a broadcast straight from Nazi Germany.
    • Treat the media as a completely unique aspect of society. Investigative journalism should become a sort of civic duty with great input from the masses.
    • Include a basic investigative journalism course in pre-school, high school and college education programs. Take out any degree of elitism. Every citizen should be able to conduct research and write articles.
    • Money incentives will have to be taken out. Every citizen pays a to-be-determined sum a year that goes into a specific fund that allows several news agencies to operate.
    • To prevent stagnation, nepotism and infiltration by intelligence agencies, there needs to be a lot of forced rotation in news anchors, journalists and executives. Maybe it's not a bad idea to create a national database with millions of people willing to serve one or two years in one of these positions.
    • Full backgrounds need to be available to the public for every person selected in order check for any anomalies. Full disclosure on any prominent historic friends and acquaintances is mandatory.

  • Gay rights. Education towards making it completely acceptable. Homosexuality has been a common phenomenon throughout human history. These people aren't hurting anyone and have equal rights to be happy. Let's get real here, what guy doesn't love it when two hot girls kiss, so wouldn't it be hypocritical to not allow men to do the same and whatever else they want to do on a consensual basis? Sure, I still cringe when seeing two men kiss, but whose problem is that? Clearly not theirs.

  • Gay marriage? Fine. Gay couples adopting children? No, not in the foreseeable future. It's totally selfish. Chances are extreme that the child will be relentlessly picked upon all throughout his teenage years. It's awkward as can be and one can't expect children to be able to deal with this when most grown ups have to restrain themselves not to crack a few jokes. And further studies should be done how children develop without a male or female role model in their life.

  • Pro-social security, but not to the point it makes people too comfortable. Just to cover the absolute basics.

  • Relatively easy access to education at any age and with any income. Certainly multiple nationally recognized high school exams a year (there are different levels of this in some countries) that allow people quick access to college educations. Scrap high school courses that are only recognized by a specific college or university. They benefit no one except the institute that offers them.

  • Pro-medicare as it used to be in the Netherlands until 2002/2003: government-ran for less than 30 euros a month (for young, healthy people) with all the basics covered, including the dentist, and any major procedures. After social security was fully privatized--the "American model"--costs mysteriously tripled within a few years and continued to rise, with little being covered anymore. That's what they call corruption.

  • Great focus on the development and integration of alternative medicine. Personal experience tells me that most diseases can be completely cured by working yourself correctly with the meridian system. Prevention is much easier though.

  • Legalization and acceptance of Ayahuasca and Ibogaine. At the very least anyone in contact with the police or psychiatry should be given these very impressive natural medicines. In contrast to popular belief, these psychedelics can provide persons with tremendous creative and psychological insights, and have a tendency to confront people with their own unhealthy thoughts and actions. People really should have the freedom to experiment with psychedelics that are non-addictive and beneficial. Certain other psychedelics should potentially also be legalized. Unfortunately, rules need to be put in place to prevent accidents caused by people high on psychedelics. Purified DMT should also be legalized. Especially intravenously injected DMT seems to have incredible healing potential.

  • Legalization of cannabis/weed. It should only be illegal to smoke it at work, in public places (except in remoter areas), or any place where it becomes a nuisance to others. I personally have never smoked weed, by the way. Did eat it once, but it's not my thing.

  • Production of hemp should be legalized and promoted, as it is an ideal plant to produce fuel, food, clothing and other products from.

  • Certainly do not legalize cocaine, crack, heroine, PCP (Angel Dust), crystal meth and similar drugs. This may seem obvious, but this idea has been floated around as a way to stop the illegal supply. Maybe these people should study the 19th century opium wars between Great Britain and China. Many more people, especially children, will become exposed to these drugs if they can be found everywhere (in the sense of: "let's-give-it-a-try" and "I-want-to-quit-but-it's-so-cheap-and-easy-to-get") and in many cases will be instantly addicted, or get themselves in trouble in related ways. These type of drugs should be 100 percent illegal, as they can destroy a whole culture. There's no practical value to be found here except for providing temporary pleasure at a major cost to physical and psychological health. This makes them the complete opposite of Ayahuasca and Ibogaine which alternate discomfort and euphoria with the purpose of improving the physical and psychological health of the individual, as well as to give advise on how to handle life. I have no opinion on XTC/MDMA. Some claim it damages the nervous system. Others say it doesn't. At this point I'm not sure who is right. Does make people very friendly though.

  • The tobacco plant should be legal (often used in combination with Ayahuasca), but all the dozens of cancerous and addictive additives in cigarettes should be banned instantly. These additives cause DNA mutations leading to various forms of cancer and other genetic diseases, which, of course, are passed on to future generations. In other words, it undermines civilization as a whole.

  • A focus on sustainable development and alternative energy due to rapidly decreasing oil and gas reserves. Even shale oil is a temporary solution as the fracking process accompanying it seems to be highly polluting. Nuclear energy shouldn't be a problem in geologically stable areas (some day we can shoot the waste materials to the sun and luckily uranium is far from an unlimited resource). Revolutionary technologies to split water into hydrogen and oxygen, as well as cold fusion type devices as the E-Cat (see ISGP's intro article), should become part of the mainstream discourse. An open minded can-do attitude should prevail and people should be stimulated to create home-made devices. This will increase interest in science and engineering and lead to more discoveries.

  • The rise is global CO2 levels is worrying. In the past few centuries we've had an average of 280 parts per million in the atmosphere. By 1960 we were at 320 ppm and by 2015 we will have reached 400 ppm. It is possible to debate to what extent CO2 will be able to increase global temperatures, as in the past CO2 levels always lagged behind global temperature changes - CO2 wasn't the cause. However, the rise of CO2 levels should be of considerable concern - it's a greenhouse gas, after all - and is one more reason to push for the introduction of green energy and possibly new revolutionary energy devices.

  • In addition to the meridian system, many millions a year should be made available for the study of near death experiences, out of body experiences, past life regressions (and verifying them), the "in between state", and half a dozen other subjects in order to create a new, non-cultish, fact-based world religion that combines darwinism and creationism. This is actually being attempted by the Rockefeller clique, seemingly under the Baha'i religion, but there's evidence for cultism and manipulation here. Just look at the average Coast to Coast AM guest.

  • A military that is designed along the needs of the United States and the rest of Europe. Maintaining a considerable technological edge over the rest of the world should be considered absolutely essential, especially when it comes to facing undemocratic countries.

  • Vatican City should cease to be a sovereign state and be stripped of its diplomatic status. The Catholic Church should only have the right to exist as a non-government religious group. The problem with the church is that it has been abusing its power for the past 2000 years and is a danger to both the democratic process and the evolution of modern society. It's also a danger to the world with its refusal to support any birth control measures.

  • Continental and global integration along political and economic lines, but at a slower pace. Not too many poor countries should be allowed to join at once and democracy should not be sacrificed. The European Parliament, for example, is very weak.

  • A virtual stop to third world immigration combined with strong re-education and integration programs for everyone who is already here (language, culture, raising of children, attitude towards women, spreading people out, providing of education). Skin color is not what is keeping people apart - cultural differences do that. Only when large numbers of immigrants have fully integrated and intermarried (which only has benefits) and today's growing immigrant ghettos have disappeared, more third world immigrants can be allowed.

  • Cooperation with China and India in promoting responsible birth control measures in the western world. Without cooperation from these countries--especially China--it is a bit of a security threat to limit the growth of our own populations. Women rapidly need to become equal to men in these Far Eastern societies to prevent child murders. For the next two centuries the United Nations should advise all world citizens to only take one or two children, without people being forced. Instead, re-education programs are preferred that instill a sense of responsibility for the planet in all humans. As for the Third World, they either dramatically lower their birth rates or face ever increasing poverty. As long as the West can afford it, Africa should not be abandoned when it comes to preventing the worst conflicts and temporary food shortages, but it's ultimately up to the people of that continent to help themselves. If they dramatically lower their birth rates, eventually there should be enough food for everyone.

  • World population of less than 1 billion people--most likely 500 million people--at least with the present state of technology. At this point three billion people live in abject poverty and natural resources are being depleted at a very alarming rate. Also in the long run (centuries) every person should be able to go out in nature, hunt animals and gather edible nuts and plants. Everyone should know how to build a basic wood cabin and live off the land when times get rough. We deserve it, the animals deserve it and the planet deserves it. No more non-biological bio-industry, no more nuclear accidents, a Great Pacific Garbage Patch, third world ghettos without sewer systems, homeless people, forced 8 to 16 hour working days - you name it. Humans were meant to be part of nature. Technology is essential, however, for luxury, entertainment and keeping everyone connected all over the planet. Fundamentally it should not change much in our modern western society, except that people will be happier and healthier. Access to nature is essential in that. As long as everyone has access to biological food (including biological versions of pizzas, bread and hamburgers), large cities can continue to exist - there will just be less of them.

  • Like the artificial Yatir Forest in Israel, deserts should be turned into fertile land, especially the giant Sahara desert. However, it is very much preferable to have a grip on population growth first.

  • Gun laws of the Netherlands are more than fine. No guns are allowed to protect personal property, although it is possible to acquire bows and crossbows for people who fear burglars (it's not advisable to shoot the burglar though). It's extremely uncommon that people do this, however. If you want to own a gun you'll have to be a member of a shooting club for at least one year or follow an one-year hunting course. In both cases weapon permits are only given after extensive background checks with the police occasionally checking if guns are properly registered and stored at home. Hunters need to be active. Most likely the only area of improvement is to do more extensive psychological background checks and banning anyone with a history of serious psychological treatment. The same model should work in the United States. It's an entirely different country, however: a superpower regularly involved in wars, still a lot of places to hunt and a centuries-long indoctrination that guns are needed to protect oneself against the government and burglars.

  • Realpolitik should become part of the public discourse. We need the resources from Third World countries and make sure we continue to get them. The only alternative is that western society collapses and we can all go back to tribal warfare. In turn, however, western societies should do whatever they can to work on scientific breakthroughs in every area of sustainable development. It should also actively become engaged in reducing the world's population through birth control measures.

  • Centralized control over the distribution of pets to counter abuse, stress from barking dogs, and the ever increasing amount of abandoned animals. People who want a dog, a cat, a rabbit or other animal, will need to contact a special government-ran agency. Rules will be less strict on the countryside, but in general this agency:
    • will conducts interviews with the applicant at his or her home with the entire family present;
    • will talk to the neighbors to get an outside perspective on the person or family;
    • does financial and criminal background checks;
    • will first introduce the family to older animals that need a new home the most (and which are many times cheaper than young animals);
    • will educate the person or family about everything it needs to know about the pet: food, how to clean it, and how it needs to be trained (maybe to cut costs: let people take an exam);
    • will not give licences to anyone if there is a chance that the animal will be mistreated, abandoned, or become a problem to neighbors.
    • will take the animal away if there are many complaints from neighbors or signs of abuse.
  • Legalization of prostitution. If it's illegal, the mafia and other criminal groups will get involved in the business, meaning long hours, slave wages, beatings, forced addiction with payments in heroin, human trafficking and sketchy customers. Maybe look for ways to integrate prostitution with fitness schools, dating services and psychology, to always steer people towards more healthy relationships, whether they are open or not. The possibilities for positive change are endless.


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