Although the common man will have virtually no political power whatsoever, personal freedom, meaning the ability to do whatever you want as long as it doesn't harm or coerce anyone else, will be limitless. All drugs will be legalized, as will prostitution, online gambling, and so on. Likewise, interfering with another person's personal freedom will become illegal.
I am against cultural relativism. Both male and female genital mutilation is barbaric and should be banned. Beating children should be illegal as well. My morality is not arbitrary and not based on emotions; its arbiter is human happiness and fulfillment. Studies have shown that spanking causes trauma and other problems when children reach adulthood. Not only that, but it is painful and coercive. Same with genital mutilation.
Religion should be taxed. Why not? Religion will probably die out in a few decades anyway, so this is irrelevant.
Affirmative action, like all discrimination, should be banned in public institutions.
Education should exist to encourage curiosity and teach people how the world works, not to force kids to memorize worthless facts and stifle their intelligence.
Gender is real and not a social construct. There are clear biological differences between males and females; I'm not saying women should be in the kitchen or whatever. Women can be writers but you're never going to get a female equivalent of John Steinbeck or a male equivalent of Edith Wharton. These differences should be recognized and respected.
The state will control major industries (it would probably be best for this to be left up to the individual nation instead of the proposed World State), as well as healthcare, education, and the like. Factories will be reorganized in a syndicalist fashion. I'm not an economist so I don't know if making corporations less hierarchical will negatively influence productivity and innovation, and therefore society at large (not a good thing). I would describe myself as a moderate in an economic sense.
I have mixed views on abortion. I don't think it fits under the umbrella of individual rights; a woman has no more of a right to terminate an unwanted pregnancy than I have a right to kill my neighbor.
An unborn fetus after about six months of gestation is self-aware and capable of feeling emotion. I have no qualms about early term abortions, but it seems silly to pretend late term abortion is anything but murder. I suppose whether or not murder is really "wrong" in the first place is a valid question to ask, but if you think murder is immoral, logically, you must also think the same about abortion.
As a society our attitudes towards reproduction are backwards and nonsensical. A family's decision to have or not to have children affects not only themselves but society at large. If you have an IQ of 60, you should absolutely not be able to procreate. I see no difference between consciously allowing the birth of a deformed of retarded child and deforming or mentally stifling (to retardation) the child yourself. Although I am against the murder of a healthy unborn child, abortion when the fetus has a disability or has a 90% of getting something like Huntington's disease or AIDS should not only be an option but should be encouraged by the state. I don't understand how something so monumentally significant as literally creating other people, especially when genetics is so crucial in things like intelligence, behavior, and personality, is still left up to the individual.
I fully support eugenics and human genetic engineering. It should not be coercive except in extreme cases; like I said before, only people with very low IQs or serious inheritable diseases would be sterilized. I don't see any human rights being violated; it's not a right to create another human being. That is a gigantic responsibility; raising a child is one of the most demanding tasks a person can preform. Since people are the basic makeup of society, it is in society's best interests to make sure children are raised correctly and are born with healthy genes.
The death penalty will be used leniently to weed out degenerates and dangers to the species. Someone who murders or rapes someone else should not be alive. Why should society support someone whose very existence is a threat to that same society? The idea is ludicrous. Someone who raped a child is a broken person; there is no way to fix them. Put them down and be done with it. It's often not their fault; they may be a victim of mental illness or brain damage or whatever, but that doesn't matter. They are a danger and should be eliminated, period.
I would even extend the death penalty to things like robbery and assault. I don't buy into the "poor upbringing" excuse. There are plenty of people with terrible upbringings who still manage to act like decent human beings. If you've seen the video where two black women beat a transsexual in McDonalds, I'm sure you will agree with me. Those particular black women aren't fit to be alive. Their existence is a drain on society. They are dangerous and most likely will contribute nothing of worth to the human race. Again, kill them and be done with it.
A one child per family policy would be instituted for first, second, and third generation immigrants to historically monoethnic countries (Sweden, England, most of Europe) and a two child per family policy would be implemented for native peoples. This could stir up controversy, so I'm not completely sure that's the right way to go, but preserving national identity is important to instill a sense of meaning and purpose into people; human beings are and want to feel part of a continuum. Immigration to historically monoethnic countries destroys that continuum and makes nations weaker due to the inherent tribal nature of man. If immigration into Europe continues at its current rate, perhaps Enoch Powell would be right. I hope not. Different races and ethnicities should respect each other, but forcing multiculturalism down people's throats is never a good idea.
People should feel a connection with their immediate family, their countrymen, and most importantly, the human race as a whole. The whole purpose of this form of government is to optimize and protect the interest of the species.
I guess that's it. I don't know what else to add.