A Human society without laws, policing
Question from the Internet:
“Is a world with far less policing possible?”
We need policing when people need to act, exist against their will. We will need less policing when people will follow what today we need policing for willingly by their own free choice.
Inherently we are all self-serving, self-justifying, egocentric, and exploitative. Thus if we were left to our own devices none of us would want to keep laws that stop us from acting as we want, none of us would want to pay taxes, and we would all want to grab as many resources, services, and possessions for ourselves as possible.
We have all the laws of society to somehow facilitate Human beings to exist as a society, in mutual connections and cooperation to a certain extent, to facilitate a reasonable safe, peaceful life instead of chaos, uncertainty we still have in certain places in the world, where people, tribes, militias can come and attack others wherever and whenever they want, taking their possessions, abducting their family members, etc.
Without laws and effecting policing we would all behave like that even in the 21st century as our inherent program drives us this way.
Thus in order to bring people to exist in a perfect Human society without policing, but willingly contributing, keeping the Natural laws of integrality, we need a unique, purposeful, and practical educational method.
Such a method can not only explain, but actually make us tangibly feel the benefits of a mutually integrated society, where each makes calculations for the sake of the whole collective above and against the instinctively egocentric, selfish calculations.
And when we all understand that we benefit from such a collective existence, since the health, prosperity, the survival of the individual is intricately intertwined with the health, prosperity, and survival of the whole collective, then we won’t need oppressive, coercive laws, policing any longer, since nobody in their right frame of mind would try to cause damage to the society one’s personal life depends on.