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Statesmen of the past

When we look at the history of our civilisation.
A past time of, in our vision, primitive societies.
The greek, the roman, the pagan times of government.

The greek had their time of large temples.
The roman were organised like a martian society.
the pagans did the introduction to currentday republic,
by having the knight and castle society.

The greek had some philosophers like Marcus Aurelius,
but also Sparta and Odysseus.

The roman had their statesmen like lycurgus and seneca.

Of which lycurgus was a example of the citizens-consent-deal.

Every citizen in his time had to sign a contract,
to hold the law, to have a job, and to add to society.

When citizens apply to a contract, they are justifyable to

A citizens contract obliges the citizen to comply with
the rules of the government.

Lycurgus; was the first who had such a rule for his society.

The second example is Seneca, who made the government possesing
a council of elderly people. Who in his vision were the wise men.

The council was a part on the decisionmaking government.
Of which the term Senator, and Senate origins.

If we loop at the past, more examples of statesmen are there.
But these two are the pillars of democracy,
and the pillars of concrete government.

Because today every citizen of a country has an id-card.
a Passport and a birthcertificate, the law of Lycurgus
would be easy to implement.

And because the senate already has a place in government,
it would be easy to have three councils,
one democratic choosen from inhabitants of the country,
one senate made from elderly people.
And once council of experts, to give hands to solutions.

And because a republic has the requisite of fast decision making
and influence in the state-affairs. the use of a president
is visible a good instrument as long as he is checked by the councils.

A government choosing these structural instruments to rule a country,
has a slow pace towards wellfare, prosperity, and global coorporation.