Jul 1, 2013

The long road to a citizen-ownership democracy

"There is a typical problem in the xxx culture. When some one got the power it start to behave like a king and abuses the power it got. 
This what happend to President xxxx that won the elections but tried to push radical xxxxx spirits that not comply with many of the people."
A quote from the Internet 
The frustration from a democratic dictator is common to many cultures and countries.

It takes special leaders and special situations for a democracy to take roots. And it takes even more special leaders and special situations for a citizen-ownership democracy to begin.

So far in human history, there are only two cases where citizens are legally recognized as owners of their country with a right to citizen income from the country's wealth.. One is Alaska in early 1980s. The other is Mongolia in 2009.

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