Institutions of the Kingdom of Germany

As with any state, a certain amount of order and organisation is necessary. Where this differs in the Kingdom of Germany is in that these are kept to a minimum and are, in large part, optional rather than compulsory. This stems from the double recognition that around 90% of present laws and regulations are designed to serve the interests of one power group or another and that those on the spot are best able to understand and to solve local problems and to make use of local opportunities and resources.

Health Care:
This replaces completely the present sickness industry. The purpose in the Kingdom of Germany is to create a chronically healthy populace. To this end, one of the principal facilities offered is free training in healthy life styles encouraged further by reductions in health insurance premiums for those who complete the courses and apply them in their life. Health insurance pays for all forms of effective treatment, even including allopathic medicine in the rare cases where this is appropriate.
This is in complete contrast to the present medical insurance which has, as its prime function, the channelling of money from your pocket into the coffers of the pharmaceutical cartel. Several years’ experience has shown that this system of caring for health instead of paying for temporary cures is so effective that, although insurance premiums are around 20% lower than with the medical insurance system, this form of health insurance shows such a large surplus that it becomes the principal source of finance for such little government as there is.
This model is extremely flexible and all communities are encouraged to create their own rather than using a centralised system.

Retirement Pensions:
Again, the purpose here is very different to that which is in common usage. There is no compulsory retirement age. There may well be a minimum age established but anyone who wishes to continue working (remember, typically 25 hours per week!) is free to do so just so long as they are capable of doing do. The benefits accruing from health training (see Health Care above) are likely to make this practical well into the 70’s and even the 80’s.
The money which you pay into your retirement fund is not used to gamble on the stock exchange as in the old system but to build retirement and other homes and facilities into which you can move when you wish. The normal homes which are built with your retirement fund are rented out or sold and the income from there forms the basis of your pension. You don’t, however, cease to be an active part of the community. You may no longer be physically able to continue in work but your knowledge and experience is of great value to the community; indeed, your experience of life itself is of inestimable value and you will be invited to share these regularly with the children and young adults in the community.
Education:
is based upon the Schetinin system developed in Russia some years ago. You may well have read something about this in the “Anastasia” book series from Vladimir Megré in Ringing Cedars Press. There are also many work-groups right around the planet working on building such schools. Some already exist and are working.

There is a fundamental difference between the “normal” and the Schetinin educational systems.

Back in the 19th century, the newly rich industrial giants got themselves together and created an educational foundation. The ostensible objective was to provide free basic education for all children. The real objective, however, was, on the one hand, to provide the more learned workers needed to operate the machinery and to handle the growing paperwork in the factories and offices and, on the other hand, to provide obedient semi slave-labour. To this end, a core function of the “normal” educational system has, since then, been the suppression of independent thinking. One of the results of this is that the basic education takes 10 years and the pre-university preparation a further 2 – 3 years.

In the Schetinin system, the natural curiosity and inventiveness of the children is nurtured. This removes all of the brakes on learning and the syllabus which takes 12 years in the normal system is achieved within 1 to 2 years (not theory but a proven fact). Further than this, these children grow up as natural free thinkers with a deep understanding of ethics.
Agriculture:
The Kingdom of Germany acts not merely for the German peoples and humanity as a whole but also as protector of the planet.
To this end, any activity which is damaging to our home planet is illegal and will either be instantly terminated upon accession of a community to the Kingdom or phased out as quickly as possible.

The only form of agriculture permissible in the Kingdom of Germany is bio-dynamic agriculture. This is a further development of the organic movement and, when correctly applied, gives up to 5 times the produce with up to 80% cost reduction for the farmer. The principle reason for this agricultural method not being universally applied at present is a combination of the power of the chemical manufacturers who do an enormous business world-wide with synthetic fertilisers and the pesticides which are only needed because the synthetic fertilisers causes such weak plants with greatly reduced natural resistance and the fact that the banking cartel either owns or controls most of the land.

Land ownership by private individuals is not recognised in the Kingdom of Germany. The planet is regarded as a sentient being with all natural rights. It is possible to be custodian of a tract of land and even hereditary custodian but the Kingdom has the obligation to remove anyone from stewardship of land if their actions are damaging to the planet. Until a new steward or stewardess is appointed, the land will be managed directly by organs of the state.