Creating a Democratic State. Instituting A Constitutional Monarchy (Breif Essay).Comments welcome

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If you wished to create a just and stable democratic state that effectively manages conflict, what blend of characteristics would it have?

I sat here thinking, if I was in president Bush's position what would I do with Iraq or any other new area of the world when deciding to instatute a new country or new government. The major thing before deciding on a form of government for any State that the creators need to address is the religion of its inhabitants. Since the world houses about 2.14 Billion Christian's, (, which makes up 1/3 of the population of the planet.

When speaking from a religious aspect one must remember that a true Christian, one Loyal to God and believes what is written in the bible, is a Monarchist. Republics have

endlessly tried to distort Scripture to their purpose. However, from the beginning of time itself God's system has been Monarchy.

God is a monarch. Most religious leaders agree with monarchy as the proper god inspired form of government and Republics as the in-proper, greed based form of government.

Reverend Mkhuluza Zwane believes that there is not any verse in the bible that says a president should rule a county and that they are like power hungry rapist that break into office to rule. The Patriarchs were Monarchist, they passed down rule from father to son, and in many books of the Bible we see that Isreal was once ruled by Princes. There are numerous passages in which God commands us to honor our king, not to rebel against them, not to even think evil thoughts of them.


With all that said, I would establish a Democratic Constitutional Monarchy if the population of the State was predominately Christian in origin. There would be three

essential branches of government as...