When The Need For Change Becomes Self-Evident

There are times in human history when the need for change becomes so self-evident that change is not only assured but is only a matter of time. This is such a time! Today we need a totally different type of government system if we are to achieve the global institutions that we will need to meet our problems. With the global problems that we are facing we need to have available to us different global ways of resolving our problems.

Meeting our global problems would require different types of global institutions to exist at the same time and this would be achieved through a system of civil and political entrustments. Civil and political entrustments would be contractual governments that would entrust us together. This contractual form of entrusted government would provide us with a way of quickly establishing the types of governments that are desired by the public when and where they were needed.

Entrusting Ourselves to One Another

The current argument is weather government should cater to the corporate needs of society or to the needs of the public. Who should determine the direction that the state and its institutions should take? And how do we create institutions that work for us and are designed to meet our needs? We entrust them together! By entrusting ourselves together we determine between ourselves what would be expected from one another. Basing our institutions on the social entrustment of their members would make them self-governing and self-supporting institutions.

Instead of Sovereignty Holding Territory Entrust

Within my forthcoming book “Cosmopoly” my system of entrusted government called Cooperativism would be based on the entrusted territory and resources that it’s civil, political, and state entrustments would have access to. Unlike the nation-state, which is based permanently on its own sovereign territory, the territory of an entrusted resources state and its institutions would only hold them entrust for the term of their entrustment.

A global ecological state would be a parallel state that would consist of the many natural resources state trusts of all of the many entrusted resources states that would be using its natural resources. The territory of every entrusted resources state would merge with one- another forming their own separate and global ecological state.

This would permit the natural resources state trusts of all of the entrusted resources states to not only support their own entrusted resources state, but also be members of an ecological-state that would be formed between them.

As the cooperative government process would increase and more nation states would be replaced with entrusted resources states, so would the amount of territory entrusted to the “planetary” ecological-state.

The ecological-state would represent all of the territory and natural resources of our planet. This would result in the gradual global entrustment of all of the earth’s territory into the global ecological-state making it the common property of us all.

Entrusting All Types of Relationships

Within the system that I propose, all relationships, social, political and natural would be entrusted relationships. As I stated previously, within my forth coming book tiled Cosmopoly I present my new system of Cooperativism in which all forms of social and political relationships would become entrusted relationships in which those entrusted to each other would be contractually obligated to one other for the life of their entrustment.

This also holds true for our relationship with our natural environment. Within Cooperativism the natural environment would have its own natural trust in which it would self-regulate its own natural resources. As a natural trust it would be a separate political entity that would be able to defend its own interests against the political and social institutions that want to utilize its natural resources.

Within an entrusted government system all relationships whether social, political or natural would be cooperative and would form either social, political or natural trusts depending on the nature of the type of trust that they would be entering into. Each trust would hold in trust the responsibility that each person or thing would have toward all of the other people and things that he or she would be entrusted with.

[x] Forming Parallel Alternative Governments

This parallel system of government would be an alternative entrusted governing system that could be applied to produce or consume any form of product. A parallel system of government would be based on the entrustment between the providers of a given product and their consumers.

Social entrepreneurs would initiate business opportunities for their political clients as either government service providers or as their government service consumers. A person’s hired personal social entrepreneur would open a membership account for him or her. A person’s personal social entrepreneur would then connect them with the specialized social entrepreneurs that they needed to open the consumer accounts that they needed to receive their products trough and a provider account through which to provide their product to the public. An entrusted government system would entrust the personal responsibility of consumers with their providers. They would institutionalize their relationships into self-supporting and self-governing entrusted entities.

[x] From Personalized Entrusted Governments to Collective Entrusted Governments

Within Cooperativism each person would have their own personalized entrusted government designed to deal directly with their personal concerns. This personalized entrusted government would entrust a person to many different civil trusts at the same time for their various personal turned common needs, wants, interests and concerns that they would share with others. Each person’s hired personal civil trustee would connect them with the various consumer and provider specialized civil trustees. Each person would then hire them to provide them with the products that they would require to meet their various needs, wants, interests, and concerns.

As a result of the social consumption patterns of each person’s personalized entrusted government, their shared common needs and wants with others would result in determining what kind of entrusted governments would develop. The entrusted government system would be constructed of various forms of social entrustment from personal to collective. This would make our personal entrustment with one another into our collective entrustments with each other making them the institutions of entrusted society.

[x] Gender Entrustment

Still another example of social entrustment would be gender entrustment. Social entrustment along gender lines would permit people to entrust themselves according to their gender’s needs. This would allow for the particular needs of each gender to be separately met and managed by themselves.

[x] Generational Entrustment

Another example of social entrustment would be entrusting ourselves generationally. People have different needs at different times of their lives.  Entrusting the needs of each generation to self-government would allow each generation the function free from the excesses of previous generations. This would force each generation to live within its means, which would give succeeding generations a debt free future to build their lives on.

Civil trusts could be formed to provide for the needs of the young, beginning during a person’s school years. It would be able to follow them throughout their lives and change as their members changed.  Entrusting each generation with the capability to manage itself according to their own needs would allow them to change when the needs of their members required it. This would allow for the situations that occur during any period of time to be managed directly by those most affected by them.

Civil trusts could be formed to provide for the particular needs of the old as well as the young. The old have needs that are particular to them. Their needs would become a collective targeted market for the private sector providers to service as would be the case for the young.

[x] Preservation Entrustment

Another example of social entrustment would be to protect and preserve certain parts of the natural environment or wildlife. This would allow wetlands and other protected territories and seas to be held in trust by those that would care about it the most.  It would also allow particular species to be protected by the groups of people that would have the most interest in seeing to their preservation.

[x] Cultural Entrustment

Another example of social entrustment would be our cultural entrustment. Social trusts could be formed to maintain our existing cultures. This would allow all those that would wish to maintain a particular type of ethnicity or community to entrust themselves together in order to achieve it.

Social entrustment could also be used to form new types of cultures designed to achieve particular results and maintain them. This would allow new cultures to form around the needs of particular interests like the arts and sciences as well as developing certain professions or producing new ones.