5.c.1 – What are the objectives to be achieved?

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July 23, 2010 — Riccardo Sabellotti - Giacinto Sabellotti


What are the objectives to be achieved?

To achieve a truly democratic society we set the following objectives:
– all people should actually be the highest authority
– the government must be a form of self-government, then it must follow the will of the people skilful, but dishonest, speakers should not have advantages over poor – but with good ideas – speakers
– real representatives must be elected
– there must be an effective control over the representatives
– there must be a selection of the best ideas
these objectives have been achieved on a small scale at village level, but now we must find ways to achieve the same result on much larger populations of thousands or millions of people.
Since the human being is a tribal animal, we believe that a society respectful of its nature should have as basic brick something resembling the modern village, as well as this latter, for the same reason, will be based on the families who form it.


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