I think your "ideology" stems from religion, and as such is a self-liquidating proposition.
Sobit Asadullah wrote:Religion: Religion must be banned as well as the concept of a god.
Humans are hard-wired for belief systems. Banning something that is hard-wired is just an outlet for sadism.
Sobit Asadullah wrote:Feminism: Men and women are equal, and our culture should reflect that.
Men and women are not equal. The proposition of equality comes from religion such that we are all equal in the eyes of God. Socialists liked that part of Judeo-Christian tradition, so decided to cherry pick it and put it into a bucket of other ides they call "humanism". Egalitarianism comes straight from religion.
Sobit Asadullah wrote:Sex: This may be too radical, but to properly control the quality of care, parenting, and maybe genetics, children should, if possible, be grown artificially.
Test tube babies? I would think the capitalist state would embrace this idea so that women would not be able to use pregnancy as an excuse for not working outside the home such that they can be taxed and regulated by the state instead of campaigning for pregnancy leave.
Sobit Asadullah wrote:Drugs: They should be legal, but are nationalized, distributed with great care and are made to be nearly benign.
Governments are already deeply involved in the drug trade. In fact, the modern drug trade was effectively started by the British Empire, not by gangs, etc. Commercial enterprises also played a big role. Coca Cola used to contain refined coca (cocaine). 7-Up used to be called "the lithiated beverage," because it contained lithium. Lithiated 7-up was banned in 1948. We used to be able to purchase amphetamines (pep pills) over the counter too. That was also true of barbiturates. The military used to give out "goofballs" to make working in the tropics more tolerable. These practices have already been tried. They led to severe problems with addiction. Addiction typically leads to criminal behavior. It was the link between addiction and criminal behavior that led to banning what are now controlled substances.
A better idea is to have legalized drug usage in controlled areas. You can use drugs in a controlled district, but you cannot drive automobiles, operate machinery, use guns, vote, etc. While in the district, you would be a ward of the state. That would be a great way to address about 1/2 of the homeless problem.
Sobit Asadullah wrote:Economics: The Economy is organized into corporations where its appointed leaders and highest officials were trained at a young age into their craft so that more innovation could take place as pragmatists and dreamers alike build off on each other. Despite this, there is a wealth cap at around $60 000 000 as there is no damn way that someone 'deserves' more than that. All the economic information like absentee rates, productivity, etc. are sent to the government so they can properly coordinate in a Project Cybersyn-like economic system.
The economy is already organized to a great degree in corporations. A wealth cap limits the risks a person can take. For example, it would prevent someone like Elon Musk from launching a company like Tesla--proving that electric vehicles could be viable. Absentee rates, etc. are already effectively collected by the government, but they need to build inference engines to glean the data. Smart phones already send your location data to companies like Google and Apple, who sell it to the government.
Sobit Asadullah wrote:State: The state is a hierarchical structure in which at the top, the best and brightest are brought at the top. Those leaders are chosen as children because of the intelligence and charisma that they hold.
Why does this leave me thinking that we'd end up with Danny Bonaduce as president?
"If anyone is looking for a good lawyer, I would strongly suggest that you don’t retain the services of Michael Cohen!"
-- Donald J. Trump