I decided that it's time to address problems plaguing the State of Israel and offer concrete solutions.
Today's problem: Marriage.
The current system in Israel is flawed. If you are a Jewish and want to be married in Israel you must be married (and divorced) under the rules devised by Orthodox Rabbis.
The Rabbinate's rule is a theocratic system of coercive religion and undermines the fabric of democracy. On a more practical level, it is discriminatory and creates chaos for people who do not want, or even totally disagree with the Rabbinate's authority and religious ideology.
Here is how we solve the problem: We create a civil marriage track.
Any 2 consenting adults may enter into a civil marriage (and undergo civil divorce). Those who wish to get married by a Rabbi will follow whatever rules the Rabbinate sets for them and will be automatically registered in the civil marriage database.
Everyone gets what they want. Israelis won't have to fly overseas to get a non-orthodox wedding that is recognized by the state. And, Israel can start a tourist program to get married in Israel.
But the system must be changed. Theocratic law is destructive and must be countered. There must be
democracy and justice for all.