It bears without repeating to note that all power at the top level must be separated in to at least 3 co-equal branches. Not one single power should dominate.
Preen into the back of time…
“When asked whether Communists really worked for the abolition of state power, Chinese Dictator Mao Zedong wrote: “Yes, we do, but not right now; we cannot do it yet. Why? Because imperialism still exists, because domestic reaction still exists, because classes still exist in our country. Our present task is to strengthen the people’s state apparatus – mainly the people’s army, the people’s police and the people’s courts – in order to consolidate national defense and protect the people’s interests.” But what does this answer actually amount to? In essence, Mao could never give up power.”
Also, getting to the meat of the matter:
“Having lost its moral anchor, and any sense of community with forebears, the self drifts with the currents of consumer society. “