1. Full legalization of embryonic stem cell research and therapy, for both cosmetic and medical purposes 2. Voluntary euthanasia 4. Voluntary sterilization. No fuss, no patronising, no paperwork. You want to forfeit your ability to reproduce? We can organize that for you. 3. Legalization of cannabis. Still unsure about legalizing the harder stuff.
1. free travel for everyone to anywhere in the world 2. less argueing about laws - i mean in some years you're probably gonna pay 600 bucks if you breathe the same air as someone else 3. more honesty from everyone - privates, companies, gorvernments 4. more respect for the human rights, no mass killing because of religion 5. no mistreating of animals
1. Free travel. That's great, I'd love to go to Tahiti. Are you buying me a ticket? Oh but wait, it's free, so everyone wants to go everywhere ALL THE TIME! looks like the planes and trains are all backed up and have huge wait lists. Hope wherever you need to go is within driving distance, too bad you couldn't make it to the Mayo clinic to get your tumor removed in time.
2. Less arguing about laws. Yes, lets never talk about the legalities of things and just blindly accept and pass all laws without making sure we understand them first, nothing could ever go wrong. How are we going to stop the arguing? Should we make it a crime to criticize the lawmakers? GOOD PLAN
3. More honesty from everyone. Great! How are we gonna do that? I've got two cars and my own house: am I being honest right now? You don't know!
4. No killing on account of religion: Yes, because religious fanatics plan on following laws against that sort of thing. They pay such good attention to the anti-murder laws already on the books.
5. No mistreating of animals. What constitutes mistreating? Eating eggs? Riding horses? using silk or honey? All animals or just the cute ones?
What I'm saying here is your list really isn't that well thought out
If you were a teacher, you could crush the souls of elementary school students who write shitty papers based on their opinions on a topic by hitting them with logic and reality. We've all seen those papers as kids. Hell, we've probably written them.
Like that girl in my 6th grade class who honestly thought money was a bad idea (I think it was some kind of "improve/change the world" topic) and that we should all go back to a barter system. Yeah, no, we're not doing that! I don't want to trade chickens for my digital downloads over Steam.