Our community of nations needs a new doctrine of human rights. For in their present forms the nation-state, parliamentary governance and the rule of law do not authentically reflect people’s needs. England, more than any other nation, shaped the foundations of our globalised civilisation, but her people did not consent to the Social Contract that was crafted to favour the feudal aristocracy. A new Social Contract would empower people to create the quality-of-life that fulfils their aspirations
A democratic mandate is needed to empower governments to challenge vested interests and muster the courage to restructure the financial system. Do you agree with our 10 theses? Add your vote to the Cheating Index.