Exterior security

From Stable State


The exterior security, also known as the army, defends the state against forceful attacks from outside and is headed by the general.

The rules and tasks begin with defining when a forceful attack is the case and that all citizens must then help defending.

Then, there are rules and tasks for preparing the defense and constantly be prepared to defend.

Finally, there are rules on how the army is financed and weapons are produced, traded and decommissioned.

What the Police owns: secure independent wide-range communications infrastructure, adequate transport vehicles, clothing, weapons/weapon systems, support gadgets, storage and office room, room for excercising (locked military zones)


  • No room for negotiation in the cases of forceful attacks - the stable state's entire population always defends with force.
  • Each citizen is involved in defense training and belongs to the army.
  • The stable state is peaceful, neutral and never attacks.
  • For defense actions, a stable state can act outside its borders.
  • Normally, a stable state's army withdraws from outside within 2 months. If this does not lead to peace, a stable state can annect outside land and integrate the foreign population.
  • Foreign attackers that do not surrender are killed (no mercy - this also to prevent attacks with deterrence)