Very interesting position. This begins, I think, deal with the political system (and economic system) failures that we are dealing with in the particularly in the post industrial world. The tremendous force of technological change is destroying centralized authority over large states as the population moves instinctively to direct communication and innovation.
This is being accelerated by the rise of diversity and individual identity groups as the normal structure. At the same time it has become obvious that effective social administration that must be based as much on sharing and group responsibility as individual opportunity cannot work in an over politicized system. Our post internet generations find the old systems not only confusing but actively destructive of what they want from life.
The common point, I think, is the development of many alternatives in a true market place of ideas acted on directly by diverse, predominantly urban, populations. This seems likely to completely bypass the old political power structure that cannot be separated from dyadic power alliances.
This needs more thought.