posted on Feb, 24 2014 @ 04:41 PM
reply to post by daskakik
That's a good question.
I think those who claim to spread "democracy", really want to convert the world to the same governing principles as the United States. Our system
has been usurped by those administrating this country, and since it has worked out so well for them, they would love to see every country in this
world under the same form of government that has allowed them to thrive. If they can accomplish this, they are on their way to a one world,
totalitarian regime that has a fake face of democracy on it. But it will only be a democracy to the extent of the illusion of choice paraded before
onequestion is referring to the same form of democracy I was talking about above. One that is taken to extremes, and becomes majority rule. He's also
talking about people not understanding what they're promoting, and that most Americans lack even a rudimentary understanding of the governing
principles of this nation. And I agree with the crux of the OP.
We are not a democracy. To say we are a democracy gives a false impression, and completely ignores that we are first and foremost, a republic.
IMHO, of course.
Interesting though i think Chinas model of capitalism and communism would be much easier for the NWO. Think they dont have to play games at all they
just tell everyone how its going to work. Seems using democracy just complicates it and adds a lot of steps to me.
Just read this definition of a pure democracy......................'in which the power is exercised directly by the people rather than through
Yet what do we have today in every country claiming to be a democracy..............dubiously elected officials that speak on the peoples behalf and
even acknowledge that they are our representatives, while then bowing down to the interest of a minority of lobbying groups.
I also read something a while back that made so much sense in regards to todays politics, that I have to share it with you. It claimed that
originally, politicians were there to RE-PRESENT, not represent. Somewhere along the line they removed the dash from that word from legislation, which
then changed the meaning of that word. When you 're-present' someone, you re-present their points or issues exactly how they were PRESENTED to you.
But when you represent someone, you can actually say whatever you want while then claiming to represent someone. By removing the dash, they have
allowed the entire concept of a pure democracy to be manipulated into what we see today. And as far as I am concerned, the moment that the dash was
removed, was the very moment "voters" lost any say or power that they may of had beforehand. Politicians are not there to represent the majority of
people, they are there to RE-PRESENT the majority of people.