(pt21) A system of social entrustment based on people’s common interests and concerns

(1b) Civil trusts…

In order to achieve our common interests and concerns within an entrusted system of government, people would form themselves into civil trusts that would be specifically designed to achieve their interests and concerns. This new entrusted system of civil trusts would allow people to organize their common interests and concerns into voluntary self-supporting and self-governing entrusted civil and political entities.

A system of social entrustment would be an entrustment process that would entrust the people’s common interests and concerns into civil trusts designed to service the needs and wants of their interests and concerns.

A civil trust would bring together those that had a need with those that could provide a service for that need. It would begin when the needs of the people would form the civil trusts that would be tailored to meet the people’s common needs and wants. All or some of the common needs and wants of the many interests and concerns of society could be given its own civil trust to develop and govern itself with.

An entrusted form of government would be a system of civil trusts where each type of need and want for each kind of interest and concern would have its own self-governing civil trust. Civil trusts would consist of those involved in the consumption and production of a common need or want and their civil trustees who would manage them. As these common needs and wants of people would change, so would the kinds of civil trusts needed to service them.

A system of civil trusts would concentrate our human capabilities by placing them into nurturing environments in which those most interested in a particular common idea would become members of the same civil trusts designed to provide for it.

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  1. Jamie Eustice says:

    I think this is a very good idea. To have a, for lack of better word, smaller institution of governing to address the actual needs and wants of the people is a great idea. Everyday there are thousands of people who have the same routine and have the same issue with that routine but it is out of their control to do anything about it. Say something as minimal as parking. This may seem small to some people but to others it is the biggest hassle of their day. To have a smaller form of government such as trusts, these issues could be addressed and possibly solved with the right actions taken.

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