Apr 5, 17 / Tau 11, 01 03:48 UTC
Re: Discussion for the Constitution Table of Contents ¶
@yovy - yes i agree. My 3 main concerns are:
1) What you highlighted in your previous post to me
2) correct translations - including legal, grammar, phrasing. Also whatever language a document is written in make sure it is edited and proofed by people with that language as their first language.
3) Common sense prevails - we are not all going to live in space tomorrow and we are not going to meet new races of people from other planets within the foreseeable future. We have to deal with the world and human nature as it is with all it's politics and frailties. We need to document realistic ideals, concepts, governmental structure and checks & balances in these formal documents.
People's dreams should be initiatives which are encouraged in a practical method. They should not be the content of the formal documents which stand to become something people "swear allegiance by" (if that is the correct terminology). And certainly people's beefs with society and government in general should not be part of these formal documents (thankfully, by and large, the volunteers have not included what might be described as "my problems with society and government" in the google doc)