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Question 31

[1727] Question 31: "Do certain attitudes result from the beliefs of a certain religion to political, social and economic problems, such as capitalism, socialism or liberalism, democracy, the question of nuclear arms, etc.?"

[1728] Answer: The religion of love requests actively to solve the problems of the world, since L, the world and the living conditions in it lie at its heart. As long as the latter are not satisfactory, this also applies to the relationship with L and thus to the religion. To improve them is the task of politics, which treats all remaining issues. [1729] The religion of love campaigns for the qualified democracy, which connects representative and direct democracy with each other, and provides, on the basis of qualifications, for political participation of as many as possible in the decision-making process. It orients itself through thorough analysis by the needs and the most important problems to be solved in order to formulate desirable goals and ideals to aim at, which it pursues effectively and efficiently in accordance with (international) standards and certifications. [1730] It aspires to sustainable quality of life before L, with sufficient differentiation of the complex problems. It relies on full employment and the dispensability of military force by forcing the development and progress in a reasonable framework. It makes concrete workable proposals how the main political, social and economic problems can be solved by describing the corresponding models and the necessary steps. [1731] It scraps here prohibition of thought and corrects itself, where there are demonstrably better solutions. It combines established entities with new ones, to obtain the best possible solution in terms of L at a time. It holds the virtues in high esteem, but does not get bogged down in a utopia, but thinks practically and truly-to-life. The question is extended by the posing of the question, what first steps are to go here. [1732] First, the political units have to run a detailed status analysis, which then enables them first at all to take politically responsible decisions. Then it has to be considered what can be achieved of that what is regarded from as many as possible as desirable, but better after the word of L, when how with what to what extent best. [1733] Here corresponding plans are to elaborate, within the framework of a project of persons qualified for this, and they then merge into centrally managed projects, whose well-qualified, skilfully and effectively composed project teams take on the main work. The more populations can participate in the projects, the more ideas there are, which should be assessed and taken into account after their applicability. [1734] The support of powerful computers and single points of contact on the internet, which sustain simply to use and easily to assess boards, minimise the assessment effort. (International) standards and certifications provide here for transparency and trust. The costs are met by budgets from donations and state support. [1735] The allocation of the budget depends on the importance of the associated project for the population, where a quantitatively rateable ranking is to compile after a points system. Due to the broad basis and the central steering and the sufficient networking of the projects, the previous scattered muddling along comes to an end and the problems find the solutions that this world deserves.

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