A perfect candidate for a perfect party: a planetarian.
A planetarian is someone whose ideological focus is to perfect, thus change, all systems of government, eliminating those no longer relevant and birthing new ones needed for a quickly evolving planet. Like birth, not all evolution occurs at the same pace, but it can be pushed through motivated individuals.
A planetarian respects all life and non-life and respects the good facets of all religions and philosophies.
A planetarian is fiscally responsible, making decisions that benefit everyone, not just a majority, or cherry-picked minority concerns.
A planetarian focuses on problem-solving for everybody in the nation, not only for the few people they may represent. What happens in one city or state affects all the surrounding states.
A planetarian brings everybody into the fold and co-exists with those of various ideas, while eliminating the option of war to resolve conflicts.
A planetarian doesn’t profit from the suffering of any species, and cares for the planet like one would care for their home, because that’s what it is.
A planetarian would rather get along with everyone than fight with anyone, but is nobody’s fool.
Neither superiority nor inferiority defines the true planetarian’s heart, but rather respect is the cornerstone of the foundation upon which they build their lives and pursue their dreams and careers.
Through the individual planetarian, the group and political party will be formed.
Planetarians focus on learning and teaching without prejudice, discrimination, enslavement, torture and slaughter, the Five Principles to a Better Life, and in instances where individuals lose their way, rehabilitation rather than punishment will be the correction method used.
Planetarians are in a perpetual state of transcendental learning, which means they don’t put up road blocks to new or even old knowledge that needs another look.
Planetarians use the Five Principles to a Better Life to approach any challenge and solve any problem, opening doors to limitless options within that foundation of hope and confidence. Having compassion for others doesn’t mean feeling sorry for them. It means respecting all life as equally worthy to exist on the planet they inhabit.
A true planetarian is all these things and much more.
The only true enemy of a planetarian is corruption of it’s foundation.
A true planetarian respects the privacy rights of all individuals, whether those individuals want privacy or not.
A true planetarian recognizes that freedom doesn’t mean free to harm, free to exploit or free to take from others just because one has that ability.
A true planetarian respects the innate rights of all those beyond their borders, and does not enslave, torture and slaughter anybody, any group or any nation for any reason. Nor does it exploit ethnic groups for purpose of profit or any other purpose.
A true planetarian raises up, instead of tears down. Strong, healthy, vibrant individuals produce the same qualities in the group.
A true planetarian is a vision, an ideal, a party and a purpose.
A true planetarian unites the planet in the pursuit of peace and well–being for all.
Saying nobody’s perfect, or the world isn’t perfect, as an excuse to stay where you are is not an option for the planetarian.
Elections: The winner of any election in any country worldwide is going to have to focus on change. The problem is that some countries don’t have elections, and even in many that do, the corruption is rampant and not addressable by the populace, except through demonstrations which usually lead to violence and imprisonment. During the process of selecting candidates, the key is to decipher who will affect the most change, the type of change that we the people of the planet want and need, based on candidates’ ideological plans for the future and not necessarily on their past accomplishments. What’s good for the group is code speak for what’s right for the elite of the group or the nation. What we need is what’s good for everybody. If democracy is an equal opportunity employer, there wouldn’t be so many poor people in those democracies. People get rich by paying people below subsistence level wages.
If theocracy is God’s plan for all nations, why are there so many people without services in theocracies? What are monarchies the solution to? Nothing. Countries ruled by committee are like countries ruled by monarchies, a small elite group decides what’s right for everybody else. If so good, why so many poor people without services? The least effective governments are tribal. Everybody but the war lords stays poor and the societies stay underdeveloped.
No individual is to sacrifice themselves for the group. If the group needs that type of protection, the group is doing something horribly wrong, and is acting out of synchrony with the needs of all the individuals of the rest of the world. What we need is what’s good for everybody so that nobody gets left out or falls between the cracks as those in power like to call the process of leaving people behind. If nobody gets left out, then there will be no need for terrorists. Everyone will feel respected.
When everybody feels respected, they want to be a part of what makes them proud. It’s human nature. A problem arises when the populace wants to follow the leader, promising them streets paved with gold, rather than participate in the process of ruling their own lives.