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Forum Post: Unique Feature of Departmental Governance - National Security

Posted 4 years ago on July 1, 2013, 7:43 p.m. EST by Kavatz (464) from Edmonton, AB
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What is the procedure today if the nation's top leaders unexpectedly die? How would a nation deal with it and recover?

Well, this is how it works in Departmental Governance.

  • Each Department is separate, so if one suffers a crippling blow, the others would theoretically remain unharmed.

  • There is always a list of prepared leaders, known and evaluated by their constituency. Evaluations determine the order of the next best leaders at any time, so there is no time delay installing a replacement.

  • Departmental Governance nations will be regarded as non-threat friends to other nations. The nation will protect underdog nations and help them to evolve. No superpower would challenge a DG nation, as that would be suicide.

  • A DG nation has no intention of having weak armed forces. All DG nations will pool military resources for defense and real peace-keeping missions, unafraid to stand up to any aggressive military power.



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[-] 1 points by BradB (2693) from Washington, DC 4 years ago

unafraid to stand up to any aggressive military power....

kinda like Occupy ? ;)