|Clan Davidson - MacIan|
Communism convinced the world that tribes and clans were a bad thing. However, that pernicious ideology lied about that too.
A tribe is an decentralised political system composed of several families (clans) and with a social institutional structure (i.e. it is either led by a chief and a council of elders).
A clan system glues individuals together, under the same ancestor, towards the same common purpose: the welfare of all members of the tribe.
Communists, and those who continued their anti-tribe doctrine, knew that such a political system was an obstacle to the implementation of their ideology; therefore, they vowed to divide the system in order to conquer it. Result: an unprotected, disorderly, anarchic society.
If we look at many of the problems afflicting our civilisation today, one can't help but to conclude that most of them wouldn't even exist under a tribe system, for instance:
Poverty: the richest clans assist the less wealthy ones by creating business opportunities that will complement the entrepreneurial necessities of the tribe. No handouts. Everybody contributes to the tribe's social welfare, stability and development.
Hunger: because of the above point there wouldn't be any hunger among any element of clans.
Crime: the chief or the council are in charge of keeping the law and order within the tribe; thus, assisting law enforcement and the overwhelmed judicial system. Society at large would only benefit from this system, as crime would decrease exponentially.
Children: the tribe raises and takes care of its own children. Parents can go to work knowing that their offspring is safe in their community and they wouldn't have to spend fortunes in day-care services. Children and teens wouldn't feel abandoned and commit to crime, drugs and alcohol. If a parent died, someone from the clan would take the child/children in with the support of the tribe.
If there were cases of paedophilia within clans, then leaders would deal with the criminal before handing him over to the authorities.
Women: the tribe's women are less exposed to human trafficking, forced prostitution, sexual assault and domestic violence as the leader and the council deal with such crimes with utter severity.
Re-adopting the Tribe System would not mean that a central government should be abolished, au contraire: a centralised, elected, administration would still be vital to conduct the usual political affairs of the nation (domestic and foreign policies), to draft bills that would keep the tribal leaders & councils in check - to avoid not only in-tribe abuses but also inter-tribe violence; and reform laws to adjust to the clan/tribe system so that the family-conglomerate leadership's work would complement and assist that of the central government.
If each family would take care of itself, can you imagine the benefits? For example, the State would not have to spend much on welfare and pensions would not be cut (i.e. our elderly would have higher power of purchase); the number of children in orphanages (many times subjected to sexual abuse) would be reduced - if not eliminated; and citizens would suffer less from psychological problems (often caused by the sense of abandonment or loneliness) which would result in a more productive society.
For those who are thinking about their present interests, panic not: under a tribal system, constructive corruption could still be viable since Trade (in its many shapes and forms) is part of human nature.
Individuality, personal ambition and other traits would not be under threat either because clans tend to accommodate human nature, not to suppress it (unlike some political regimes).
So this is the proposal: clans + (societies with secrets + secret societies) + central government = New World Order.