We would replace the top leadership every 10 years like China. We would also have a bounty for reporting fraud, waste, and abuse, including qui tam suits.
They need to be tested for mental disorders too. No psychopaths.
the USA had a system of checks and ballences. But then we had to make "amendments" which destroyed everything the constitution was. Language over time also changed and is why there is such debate now as to "what do they mean freedom of speech applies to everyone and buisnesses aren't exempt?"
There needs to be a clause that makes it where the original doctrine can never be changed nor amended to remove. When it says you need land, and be a man, and blacks are slaves, then that is the way it will remain, oh and currency backed by silver and gold. Because fuck the IOU Jew.
We need to rewrite the constitution in modern lingo, example:
"A well regulated millitia, being nessesary to the security of a free state; the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed"
"A well equipt populous is nessesary to the security of a free state, therefore the right of the people to keep and bear any weapons shall not be infringed."
Yes. You could own gigantic cannons and warships back when they were the superweapons of the world, you can own a McNuke.
The leadership must be genetically engineered to perfection, their psyche scrubbed of facets that lead to corruption, they must be viewed and view themselves as both less and more than people, the physical manifestation of a nation. A simpler method would be to have a cold, logical AI do the job since they'd be much less prone to the bullshit often found within human leadership. No normal human could safely wield the kind of power needed to make a state centric system work indefinitely.
The main issue with reversing corruption in these kinds of systems is that they're implicitly designed to prevent subversion by mob rule and freedom of political association. Bloody revolution really is the only way of reversing a corrupt authoritarian government without adding checks and balances to the system which themselves can be abused by corrupt officials.
China has huge corruption issues. I'm not against a state by any means, but that doesn't help your case.>>162436>we had to make "amendments" which destroyed everything the constitution was
I don't think that is a good idea. The problem isn't the amendment system. If all law was set in stone how could law be adapted to changing concepts. No the problem is society. What society accepts as right will always change. No matter how rigid the laws are if people want them changed they'll change them.