1. This world isn't worth taking over. Not enough of anything at this point.
2. I'd just sort it out.
... when I was a little boy, I dreamed of murderous dictatorship as any kid did when they listened to rock and loved games where you blew things up.
But as I grew and learned more about the world - it just didn't seem worth it. Not like I would've.
Anywho... I'd just want to sort things out.
Move people and leaders here and there, change leadership roles and rules, take money from one country and move it into projects in the other, and of course create a much more effective version of a hierarchy.
...a pyramid-form just seems like the most effective way to spread out laws.
... it's not like I know the answers to all that I said above. And it's not like it'll be perfect.
But this is a fictional tale, and I was just stating what I'd love to do fictionally. - and 'sides, people will always be people. Many people will fight those who rule over them, even if the ones who rule over them make them happy. I find it rather foolish.
... In the end, I'd like to pass on my leadership to someone/something else.
Since it's rare that I could trust anyone to continue the leadership I have held through those years, I could fictionally create an AI system that follows the same rules I've put ahead of me.
...problem is, when disasters happen and strange economic problems occur - AIs aren't known for adapting - and will eventually turn into a heavy dictatorship if it can't solve the problems through normal actions.
Either way, it won't be my problem.
I have my own life to live, and as much as I like multitasking and directing - dealing with this messy planet doesn't seem fun.
... I'd also LOVE to increase research in the space-department. We really need to colonize another planet if we're gonna' get anywhere.