My beliefs on how to form a world government.
I. Goverment structure
A. Presiding over the world's affairs will be a World Council.
1. Each country reguardless of popullation shall be allowed
three representitives to the council.
a. One member will be a scientist, one an economist,
one a sociologist.
b. Each member is allowed to have as large an
advisory group as it feal neccessary.
2. This will give each country three votes on any issue.
3. Each year a single country shall act as "Chairman" to
the council. The power of the chairman will be limited
to keeping order while a topic in discusion, recognizing
a council mebmber, and making sure that each side of an
issue is given equall time in discusion
4. It shall be the chief end of the world council to
promote peace and a world balance of trade. The coucil
is not to tell a country how it is to be ran politicly,
religiously or internally so long as the countries don't
appear to be violating the world peace or balance of
5. In cases of tie on any issue a second vote shall be
taken to confirm th standing of the delegates. If the
second vote breaks the tie this vote is taken as the
final vote. Should the the second vote be a tie The
chairman for the seccion shall be given the oppstion of
allowing one more days deliberation or casting a tie
breaking vote. If an extra day of deliberation is
chosen the folloing day will result in a third vote.
Should this third vote result in a tie as well the
chairman will then cast a tie breaking vote. As
chairman this is the only situation that a country may
have a delegate vote twice on an issue.
1. Each rep. shall be required to be able to show proof
that said person is a qualiefied in their field and a
majority backing of the rep.'s country. Proof does not
have to be a college degree. Practical experience is to
be accepted as proof.This is not to descriminate but
rather to insure that the descision being made are not
just for political gain of a country but for the better
meant of the world.
2. Each rep. will be limited to a six year term. They
shall be further limited to two terms for the life of
the rep. Whither these two terms are allowed to be
consecutive on not is dependent of th rep's coutry.
3. How a rep. comes be the postion is left to the
discression of each individual coutry so long as they
are qualified. When no qualified person is left the
position may be filled the most quilified person nearest
to the field requiered for the position.
4. Under no surcumstance shall a country be allowed to have
more than the three alloted delegates as rep. to the council.
C. Economy and banking
1. A world bank shall be formed.
2. Currency shall be printed in a world format illustratin
the world's hemispheres' on the respective sides.
3. The money system shall be a base ten system.
4. The value of the currency shall be the bases of any
goverments economy. The money of all countries shall be
phased out over fives years to be replaced by the world
D. Inoder that the council may remain flexable and is not held
down with daily task to the point of not being able to perform
the major task and goals of the council, small group or boards
may be formed by the council to handle regulator and menial task.
Such groups must contain at least two reps. from the econmies
party, the sociologist party, and the scientist party. If the
any fraction of the thirds can not agree on a matter presented to
the such a group then the matter shall be brought to the council
for deiscusion and return to the board to be voted reworked.
Should a third of the group again disagree then the matter
returns to the board for a final vote by the entire coucncil.
E. Checks and Balnces will be maintained by a world court.
1. The court shall be made by commisioning Each countriest
highest courts to present thier ideas on how an idea judicial
system should be constructed and ran. The council shall then
decided on which system or parts of systems they feal will work
best. At least three complete plans shall be presented to the
council for voting. The plan recieving the highest number of
vote is then inacted.
2. It shall be the purpose of this court to decide the
legality of the laws and regulations passed by the counsil. It
is also the purpose of this court to try a country's goverment of
offense it has commited its people as described in IV.B. No
country shall be tried until 10% of its people present claim of
ofense or until formally charged by the council. And such
incedences a goverment is to be viewed innocent until proven
3. The only laws to be considered are those brought to the
council by a country which feel an injustices done to them by the
4. It shall also be the duty of the council to handle
greivences between two or more countries. In a sence the court
room shall be the world's verbal battle field.
A. Any country found building, buying, storing, harboring or in
any way affiliated with weapons of any sort not set forth as
legal by the world council shall pay finds on first offense and
there after be subject loss of land to council control for
appropriate use equal to the amount of distruction capable by
B. Any country found trying to use force, or start physical war
will be placed under the control of the world council or
destroyed reguardless of the population as perscibed by the world
C. An international army housed in neutral territory funded
perporsional to the population of a country. The army is
answerable only to the council and has the duel purpose of
policing world policy including the application of force where
deemed neccessary by the world council. Any attempt by a country
to use the army for personal intrest not athorized by the world
coucil will be viewed as a breach of part A. and B. and shall be
treated in like manner.
III. Enviroment and Exploration
A. First and formost shall be concern for the enviroment and
the continuing desire to have an clean safe enviroment for all
life the follows. Life is not to be limited in definition to
human life. All Plants and Animals are to be classified as
"life". The power to enforce laws concering the enviroment shall
be found in interpretation of I.A.5. The enforcement of
enviromental laws fall in the category of "balance of trade"
between all "life". Any failure to comply with laws made for
enviromental safety shall be viewd as an act of war against that
part of "life" view commonly as nature. As such it is physical
war and subject to laws concerning such acts.
B. Exploration in science is to be incourage in able to better
follow codes I.A.5 and III.A. Any exploration may open new forms
of trade and may also help the world to better understand is
enviroment and there by allowing better care of the enviroment.
IV. Rights of all "life"
A. All life is to be viewd as having the right to exsit
peacefully and in accordance with its enviroment. All life
is to be viewd as haveing certain right respective to it kingdom
in nature(ie plant or animal).
B. The formost right to all life is that it shall not be forced
into extinction by any intellegent form of life that does not
require the dying life for existence and then only when all other
oppsions have fail. To allow any for of life to be lead into
extinction must first pass a vote of the world council or and
organization set up by the council to handle such matters.
C. The ideas of life, liberty, and happiness shall be
concidered indowed to all form of life. This is not to day that
a country must be democratic. This simple means that in the
human segments of the enviroment all people should be given food,
shelter and clothing. The slavery, and "prisoners of war" or
"hostages" are not to be tolerated by any contry. To have any
slavery, hostages, or prisoners of war is to be considered an act
of war and treated as such by the council. Happiness is to be
maintained by the countries as the sociologist of a country view
happiness in their society.
D. All other forms of life are to be viewed as having these
rights as well. There right to have land in which to grow and
populate is to be protected at all cost. If the society of
humans start to encroach on the forest and/or land of the wild
life in such a way as to present hazard to the wild life then the
humans will be required to back off not remove the wildlife. If
it is the veiw of the council that a harmony between the two (ie
human society and the wildlife) can be reach then so be it,
provided that the agrrement allows no clause of "loop holes" by
which the human society can succed in damaging the wildlife.
E. If a country is in violation of the rights to life do to
economic reasons the world bank can loan money at the lowest
intrest rates to be found in any country, but no less that is
neccessary to maintain the integrety/functionalbility of the bank
If a country is in violation of its own accord discplinary action
are to be taken by the council.
V. Ammendments to the constitution:
A. Ammendment made to the constitution are passed provides
75% of the council agrees. If a majority of the council passes
the ammendmentbut not 75% then the ammendment is to be voted on
be the goverments of the world. Each goverment being allowed to
decide on the ammendment as it see fit.
B. List of made ammendments and how to inturpret them: