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There is a proposed system of government in which intelligence is the criteria for governance. It’s called Geniocracy: Government of the people, for the people, by the geniuses.
It is a selective democracy that would put a college of geniuses in power, first in individual countries and later worldwide. Such collective governance by the best minds on Earth would eliminate war, poverty, exploitation and hunger by 1)ensuring fair distribution of existing resources and 2) finding new solutions.
Even if it became another branch of government, I would be cool with that.
You know, I don’t think this would solve every problem it’s proposed to. Genius doesn’t necessarily entail good or fair. It just means that, if they are still the shitty kind of politician, they will be really effective at not seeming like it and in forwarding their agendas with more subtlety and efficiency.
That said, we do need some sort of intelligence quality insurance in our representatives and leadership.