I guess the point I was making was as soon as someone is appointed leadership, whatever the reason or however it occurred, a government is basically created. Hierarchy creates governance. How can you get round that? Anyone who suggests that Anarchy or that no government is needed within society, is really someone who doesn't understand that government is merely the body of social organisation whilst hierarchy and appointment are the starting block to form a government. That isn't me being negative on Anarcy, Technocracy or even Socialism/Capitalism. It is merely pointing out that to suggest any form of economy you create, whether you eliminate the previous governance you had before or not, once you start appointing people of leadership/power/responsibility, what you create is a government by default.
Well, the *logistical* question / issue here is 'What societal need is filled by the role of government / administration?'
History, Macro-Micro -- politics-logistics-lifestyle
*Anyone* can get up on a soapbox and pontificate endlessly, but more to the point is *what interests* are they speaking for.
Under capitalism government represents *ruling class* interests, but that doesn't necessarily have to be the case, if society at some point disallows private (property) interests.
Right now there's the *evictions* issue, and we're seeing that the interests of *landlords* are being favored by 'governance', over the interests of *people* to keep living in the home they're in.
The truth is that the eviction moratorium was allowed to expire because there is no significant support within the US ruling elite for social reform measures, let alone actions that would impinge on the profit interests of landlords, who include not just so-called “mom-and-pop” owners of a few properties, but giant financial concerns that control real estate empires.
https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2021/0 ... c-a03.html
I'll proffer, myself, that, logistically, representative personages themselves are no longer functionally needed, due to current advanced communications networking technologies (the Internet).
By way of illustration my 'communist supply and demand' model has these components:
consumption [demand] -- Every person in a locality has a standard, one-through-infinity ranking system of political demands available to them, updated daily
consumption [demand] -- Basic human needs will be assigned a higher political priority by individuals and will emerge as mass demands at the cumulative scale -- desires will benefit from political organizing efforts and coordination
consumption [demand] -- A regular, routine system of mass individual political demand pooling -- as with spreadsheet templates and email -- must be in continuous operation so as to aggregate cumulative demands into the political process
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labor credits framework for 'communist supply & demand'https://web.archive.org/web/20201211050 ... ?p=2889338