Control is necessary

People are inclined to misbehave if they aren’t controlled so the idea of implementing the controls is good and, because of man’s fallibility, necessary.

Because man remains fallible control remains necessary so my argument is not against control per se, it is about the method of control, which is (for the purpose of this argument) democracy or, more accurately, the sham that is disguised as democracy.

Simply put, the basic ethos of democracy has been so vastly corrupted that it has created a class of people who believe themselves to be outside the system. They are irredeemably corrupt!

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2 Comments

  1. As much as I agree with your sentiment, your delivery is quite stiff and it would be great if you lowered your standards to enable us “normal people” to understand what you are saying. Democracy has become a farce but the principle is not wrong. Government for the people by the people!

    1. Point taken but I’m limited, by choice, to one hundred words per post. You’ll have to be patient; I will address the subject again next week. In the meantime feel free to comment to your heart’s content. Incidentally, I’m not saying the principle (of democracy) is wrong, I’m saying it’s been corrupted. I wholeheartedly endorse the principle.