He doesn't go into ways that those constraints can be removed though - and I think that this would go some way towards solving his problem. Here's the 'revolutionary' programme he was asking for:
- Increase the scope of the people who are actually elected to run the country according to very well-established principles of representative government - and ensure that their power is exercised in a more decentralised and less aggregated way
- Reduce the scope of people who haven't been elected to coerce us and to coerce or compete with the people we elect
- err..... that's it.
These points may raise a few questions, but I'd be happy to answer them. In the meantime, would someone mind getting started building the barricades?