Can a new kind of government be formed?
is it possible to completely change the way we are governed and to form a new kind of government and country?
yeah, it's called a New World Order and it's going to happen sooner than later...
Even if it does change, it will more than likely form into another sort of government which we've already had. I.E. a monarchy, oligarchy, etc. Better question might be which would we all prefer?
Yes, a new system of governance could be thought of when we see the existing system is not giving us a peaceful world.
Gerald Celente, the CEO of Trends Research Institute,says that the Second American Revolution, "will be marked by food riots, squatter rebellions, tax revolts and job marches"
Will the extreme volatility of oil futures stock market continue to bring down America?
The answer will be seen this JUNE 2011 - why? Because that's when the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission new rules, if passed as approved, would force power, gas and oil firms to put aside billions of dollars to meet new margin rules.
But - Obama tapped Mark P. Wetjen, to replace Michael V. Dunn on the CFTC,
Will Wetjen keep the teeth in th Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act that is to go into effect 2012?
People - watch and see what happens this summer ....
You just need one that actually follows the US Constitution and avoids Agenda 21 via the UN, or any move toward global governance and a unitary one world government. Doubtful considering most people are slaves to mass media, pop culture and mindless entertainment, so everything is as planned and moving along quite smoothly.
Of course! It's the dream of mankind to have a one world government - and if you stick around you'll see it. It's going to be hell times ten, but it's going to happen. There will be a one world religion right along with it, and it's even going to include the non religious right up in it as well.
I'm pretty big on history - and my predictions are based on it, I don't just dream them up. Now, I'm nobody to say when this sort of thing will go down, but as usual - it all starts with Israel.
Yes, but it would take a lot of work and a lot of change that may not be worth it.
Thanks to "quote finder" I have this quotation with which every one is , one way or another, familiar: This arose as a quotation by John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton, first Baron Acton (1834–1902). The historian and moralist, who was otherwise known simply as Lord Acton, expressed this opinion in a letter to Bishop Mandell Creighton in 1887:
"Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men."
The point is that no matter who has the power the government will be corrupt. If "the People" have the power they become just as corrupt and "bought off" the way any politician will be. Reform is usless. If anything good comes of it, it will be to delay the eventual decay. At worst it will speed the declay by clearing bad people who fed off the peoples desire for imporvement.
So sure the government will change. However, it doesn't make much difference and there is no reliable time-line.
i didn't mean a new government for the whole world, that would never work. i meant can a new kind of government be formed that is different from any form we know now. a government that is the people, not controlled by a small majority.
Yes, it is most definitely possible. The problem is, it takes a significant amount of desperation, organization and effort. Americans are very comfortable and lazy, which makes it nearly impossible to do anything. Take for instance when France recently raised the retirement age 2 years to 62. The country went into riots, they barricaded oil plants, drove 16-wheelers side-by-side on the highway at 5 mph to create overwhelming congestion, overturned and set fire to cars in the city streets, etc. Now compare it to the United States. We have had our retirement age raised 2 times in the last decade or so and is about to be raised again, yet no one is doing anything about it. Now they are making a push for the retirement age to become 72, which means I'm more likely to die than retire, and not a single thing is being done about it. This is just one small, tiny, microscopic example, but if we can't even stand up for something as small as that, how are we suppose to overthrow a police state and start over? Too much apathy. I'd say the only way the government will change or a new one will be formed is after the collapse and downfall of the current United States Empire (think Ancient Rome).
It have already begun.Spirituality and it's affects is our next world challenge.
If someone has a revolutionary idea, it can change now. It's possible that some technological advancement will make a new type of gov. possible or even neccessary (teleporters, for example).
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