Corruption is undermining our government!
Politicians have devolved into professional bribe takers. Corporations and special interest groups spend millions every year bribing politicians into doing THEIR bidding rather than the will of the people. How do we end corruption?
Corey Daniels created a system of government which will make corruption much more difficult, called Randviscracy (Rand – Randomly Selected, vis – Advisors, cracy – government). Randviscracy minimizes corruption by extensive use of semi-randomly selected panels. Panel member random selection is weighted by IQ and experience to ensure qualified decision makers. Each case has a unique panel, bringing an end to the era of career politicians who are flanked by the malincentives of appealing to manipulative funding on one side and appealing to and misleading the blind mob of public opinion on the other.
This book is more than just a new government system, it is an entire plan to restore Western Civilization back to the path of greatness. You’ll learn how current governments and societies have been subverted through corruption and how to end it forever. This system of government takes control back from those who bribe and blackmail politicians and puts in back in the hands of the people by removing malincentives and conflicts of interests.
Excerpt from Chapter 1 :
Introduction to Randviscracy: What it is and How it Works
Randviscracy is a form of government which makes extensive use of randomly selected panels for decision making. The use of randomization in governments is ancient, the Athenians used a device called a kleroterion to randomly select government representatives in a lottery system. Randviscracy takes the process much farther in that for each decision a new panel of randomly selected experts make the decision. Selection is based on experience and IQ level to ensure that the panels are composed of smart and knowledgeable people. This gets to the essence of what ideal government representatives would be: intelligent, incorruptible and knowledgeable.
This book is more than just about Randviscracy itself. It is an analysis of how governments have been exploited and how to prevent it from happening again.
This government’s purpose would be ensuring the survival of its people and maximizing their prosperity through protection from force, fraud, corruption and ensuring the maximum reduction in transaction costs by protecting the nation’s people and their property-in-toto (in total). As many services as practical would be privatized. There would be exceptions for projects that are too large or have a common benefit to them, such as interstate highway projects, dams and critical infrastructure. These would be voted on and implemented at Federal, State and Local levels, suggested by citizens and groups and approved by randomized panels. New projects would be restrained by a taxation balance system (see taxation section, pg 47). Contract awarding process would also be anonymized and selected by vote from a randomly selected panel.
The decisions of the government and the courts would be based on randomized selection of experts. For example, if a case involved a topic in the field of computer science, then the randomized selection would be from a pool of candidates who have experience in that field. People could voluntarily sign up to be in the pool of experts. They would have to certify their credentials, their education, their experience and training in the field. In this way people would be selected as advisors/instruments of the government such as jurors, decision makers, etc. This would be on a temporary basis and randomly selected. This would make it nearly impossible for the system to become corrupted, because who do you bribe in a system like this? Perhaps the builders of the selection process itself, but this could also be checked by randomly selected experts.
It would be important to keep the pool of experts and selected members a secret. In this way, people who wanted to bribe officials in the government would not even know whom to bribe. Again, as extra protection have independent panels to check the selection process on a random basis to verify integrity. These processes will help ensure there is minimal corruption, which is most government’s greatest weakness.
A protection mechanism would make use of fake candidates or officials who would act as monitors to catch attempts at bribery or subversion. For example, let’s say there is a panel being created to decide on a new law. A monitor is placed into the pool. If there is a corrupt person with access to the list of selected candidates and the monitor receives a contact in an attempt to influence their decision, they could inform on who is attempting the subversion.
What you’ll learn in this book:
- How current governments and societies have been subverted through corruption.
- The problems with democracy and how it has been exploited.
- How are governments exploited and how it can be countered.
- What is a nation and why civic nationalism is destined to fail.
- What makes a good government and the purpose of government.
- A proposed new constitution which corrects the exploited flaws of the original American constitution.
- How to fix immigration system and end illegal immigration.
- A balanced system of taxation.
- An improved social security and medical system.
- How to prevent nepotism and promote meritocracy.
- How to counteract the methods of the nation wreckers, including their weaknesses and how to exploit them.
- A path forward to creating a new system.
This system of government takes control back from those who bribe and blackmail politicians and puts in back in the hands of the people by removing malincentives and conflicts of interests.
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