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Friday, January 17, 2014

Weissdom: Rule: The Failings of Consensus Systems as a Ruling System

In a democracy the real power lies with unelected people like the bureaucrats and judges, in such a system and without a way to hold these people accountable for EVERY decision they pass (by penalty of execution) corruption is bound to grow and government is bound to grow larger, more powerful and more oppressive.

No wonder, democracy which needs three different legs to stand on: elected representatives, the unelected judiciary and the unelected monetary system is bound to fail. When two legs are under no control of the people who are under their control and the remaining one elected leg is in cahoots with the other two…. it is a wonder these systems are not labeled as moronic and depraved from the get go.

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