Council Community Government
The community would have three councils. Each council would have at
least 8 people. An election would be called every 5 years for all
councils and candidates would be prohibited from running again for
another 5 years. Candidates could only tell the people what they
could do for the community. No aggressive tactics would be tolerated
in any campaign.
1 Governing councils would be elected from 2 or more main
industries. Each member of the governing council would represent
separate industries and developments in the community. Examples:
2.Community food and supplies
4.Grains and harvest
5.Career Counselor manager
6.Recruitment and new placement
7.Waterworks and waste disposal
8.Trade and supplies
9.The legal counsel would be a panel of 8 peers working in the
community and would be called upon if someone were to commit an
offense. Without money in the community, 95% of the crime we face
daily in our society would be eliminated. Everyone would be treated
as innocent until proven guilty. Trials would be held within 60 days
from the date of being charged or the charges must be dropped.
1. The third council would be a spiritual council, not religious in any way.
This council would also be made up of 8 people elected to represent the
community’s spiritual needs. The community would have an inter-faith
house of worship which members could freely attend in order to pray,
attend classes or services. There would never be an obligation to
attend any worship services. The council’s job would be to teach when
asked and to come to a consensus on which courses should be
offered. Everyone would be given access to a spiritual library to assist
in their own learning. It would be up to each individual to
decide whether or not to be a man or a woman of God.