It does have a democratic and self-governing government, which makes it different from Apoliticism, and all of its people have separate beliefs, but during the vote, the ideology believes that their beliefs will combine into absolute centrism. Even if a majority is in one ideology, they will have different beliefs on some agendas that cancel out each other.
In 1948, after a few years after World War II, a few or so Christian members get a sign from God that revealed the idea of the ideology. Soon, they left and founded the remote micro-nation of Current Jerusalem. After a few years, a church was established at the heart of the island where the leaders explain their "Book of Politics" to the rest of the members.During the Cold War more joined the commune, making it known to a fraction of the world. Political scientists travel to the micro-nation to ask for their beliefs, only to come home empty-handed. This ideology was then known as
The micro-nation after a while mysteriously disbanded, and their only voice in the world is their internet micronation called Current Jerusalem Nova.
This democracy is ruled by the priests of any religion, however, they should not base the rules of their texts, but the morality of it. It is then approved by the Senate of Civilians, again if it's moral.
Once a day, the Senate of Civilians meets with the priests to propose and enact a resolution to a crisis or a new law. After the proposals are finished, the Senate of Civilians will ask questions to make sure it is stable.
- “What you see is heaven, what I see is hell.”
- “In heaven, the world is ruled by God, as the perfect ruler of all; in hell, the world is ruled by corrupt dictators, who rule the world with an iron fist.”
- “The world is hell, nothing is different between them.”
- “If you compare all rulers in all of time with the devil himself, they are awefully similar.”
- “As the Israelites disprove God; the world disproves morality.”
- “We are blind in the world of truth, as we are blindfolded by ideology.”