The Problem With Global Institutions

The problem with the global institutions we already have and have had is that they all fail to maintain the integrity of the processes by which they are supposed to operate.

The pattern is always the same (as it regrettably generally follows human failings).

Most of the global institutions…

…firstly are established with the best of intentions

… secondly they do a few good things, score a few little wins and then use marketing graduates and lawyers to promote themselves to the world as saints

… thirdly they receive support from other do-gooders and get funded and resourced to do more

… fourthly, they build bureaucracies to leverage actions and words to do more – fifthly they attract the crooks and sharks because they are well funded and naive

… sixthly the few good people left in the institutions leave because they see the start of corruption and wasteage in the institution and they get kicked out anyway because they are marked

… seventhly the snakeoil salesman move in to smooth the waters of discontent and to maintain funding for the fat cats, sharks and crooks and pirates

… eighthly the snipers (metaphorically speaking of course) are employed to take out any remaining dogooders who could squeal and upset the party by leaking the truth

… ninthly the institution is left alone because it is so big and powerful that it cannot be questioned and it has its own security forces anyway

… tenthly it runs for as long as it can suck the world dry along with its team mates and buddies until it either implodes through internal self destruction and violence, or is destroyed by wartime.  After its destruction and after many deaths of good (but lazy) people by bad people, the environment either goes black for a while (as everyone is tired) or we start again at step 1.

The only way to prevent this boom bust lifecycle is establishing a self regulating and self checking process of institutional integrity, which hopefully will come sooner rather than later.

Such a process does not involve Presidents, revolutions, socialisms, capitalisms etc. It requires only sound thinking, a few smart strategies and a few resources in the right places to implement the process, the rest will follow for as long as the POW seek equality freedoms and security, and in accordance with humanity’s 96/4 rule.

Constitution of the Democracy of the Peoples of the World

CONSTITUTION

of the DEMOCRACY of the

PEOPLES OF THE WORLD

1. Proclamation of the Constitution

1.1 This Constitution is for and by the Peoples of the World.

2. Constitutional Purposes

2.1 This Constitution proclaims the Constitution Principles and Constitution Actions of the Peoples of the World.

3. Principles of the Peoples of the World

3.1 The Principles are Freedom, Equality and Security.

3.2 Freedom – Each person shall be free to act and think in any way provided a person’s actions do not interfere with another person’s access to the freedoms equalities and securities of this Constitution.

3.3 Equality – Each person shall have equal access to the necessities of life to enable each person to perform obligations and exercise rights in the fulfillment of their lives in society. This includes equal access to water, food and a home. Each person alone and in community shall have equal opportunity to socialize, learn, work, play and rest having regard to the person’s age and abilities and without regard to a person’s appearance, genetics and beliefs.

3.4 Security – Each person alone and in community shall at all times be safe in exercising these freedoms and equalities and shall help each other secure the freedoms and equalities of this Constitution.

4. Acts of the People of the World

4.1 The Peoples of the World shall act to make laws, to establish governing organisations, to adjudicate and to review for the protection of the Principles.

4.2 Laws include decrees, laws, rules, customs and codes of any kind for each person alone and in community.

4.3 Governing organisations include governments, departments, agencies, cabinets, committees, conventions, courts or other forms of organisation created by any person alone or in community, for the purpose of applying the Laws.

4.4 Adjudications include determinations, decisions, findings, judgments or other form of adjudication made by a person alone or in community for the resolution of issues arising from the application of the Laws by the Governing organisations.

4.5 Reviews of the Laws, Governing organisations and Adjudications shall be undertaken by any person alone or in community for the purpose of assessing and reporting on the effectiveness of the Laws, Governing organisations and Adjudications.

5. Constitution Regulations

Regulations may be made under this Constitution for the maintenance and advancement of the Principles and Acts under this Constitution.

Peoples of the World

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