Thursday, November 19, 2015

Democracy is an Antique Form of Government

"Democracy" has been around for thousands of years. The ancient Greeks wrote extensively about it and how it always collapsed.

Democracy is therefore an antique form of government. There's nothing "modern" about it.

Europe had pretty much 100 years of peace between 1815 and 1915. The form of government? Mature constiutional monarchies - not one of which went down fighting against its "citizens" attempting to overthrow them.

And what did we get from this? Perhaps 200 million dead in the 20th Century. The age of socialism and athiesm - which is just an extreme form of democracy.

I am amazed at the attempt to defend democracies. Winston Churchill once said something to the effect democracy was terrible but better than all the rest. This is the opinion of a fascist and a terrible man who did terrible things, including being partly responsible for WWII - which he heartily encouraged.

Just look around. Feminism? Not just an effect of democracy, but both socialist and fascist (fascism is leftist, not right-wing, just the way Nazism is leftist- after all, "Nazi" means "national socialist").

Do people really think they have a voice in the government when they vote? In my entire life not one candidate I supported has ever been elected.

I don't think we've had a decent President since the '50s - Eisehower, perhaps. I liked Reagan but even he was a screw up - he appointed the catastropic Alan Greenspan to the Federal Reserve. Along with other awful things, such as amnesty for anti-American Third Worlders.

Politicians don't get elected for being competent. They get elected by knowing how to get elected.

Does anyone think that Barak 0bama, who's never had a job in his life and while he may not be a Muslim is certainly no Christian, is qualified to be President? He is what democracy has given us - a buffoon.

The Founding Fathers, who were educated men, despised demoracy. They knew it almost always turned into tyranny. That's why they set this country up as a republic.

Again, it's not hard to predict the future, in a general way. And the further you look into the past, the further you see into the future.

Since the U.S. is in many ways now socialist, of course that form of government will collapse. I just hope it's not replaced with tyranny.

7 comments:

Glen Filthie said...

Correct.

Looking into my history book as a Canadian, and then into the crystal ball - here is what I see for America:

The corrupt democrat/socialist states have already fallen. They are now on credit and financially speaking - are dead men walking. They won't start kicking and screaming until the free food, medical, housing, education, etc ad nauseum - runs out. Or the lights go out. Then they will get really nasty as their filthy Marxist cousins up here in Canada did.

The liberal faggotry in Queerbec is socialist through and through. So much so, the assholes went bankrupt back in the 70's. Pierre Elliot Trudeau, our Prime minister (and son of a whore) bailed them out by separating the provinces into what he called the 'haves' and 'have nots'. Queerbec was deemed a 'have not' province through no fault of it's own. My province, Alberta (analogous to your Texas (except we are wealthier and more handsome)) - was taxed to fund pork for socialists in Queerbec. So too will Texas and other prosperous states be taxed to fund democrat stupidity in California, and the failing bastions of Donk power like Detroit and other socialist utopias on the eastern seaboard.

All I see coming out of it all is poverty for everyone. Start prepping like mad, folks. It's coming.

Anonymous said...

@Glen. If its Doom soon why invest any time, effort or money in a scenario which has no future? Emergency preperations sure but that isn't what you mean is it. The truth is we're locked in and there's no going back. Except to the trees perhaps.

Glen Filthie said...

It's a crapshoot as I see it. We all assume another civilization will arise to replace this one, and I think that is fuzzy thinking at best. A complete collapse is not out of the question.
Stupid people will start starving to death within 30 days of the lights going out. The elderly and infirm will go even sooner. I am prepping to survive the initial cull ... If a guy can do that I think his chances improve drastically.

Anonymous said...

The founding fathers founded a republic that still ended up being a democracy.

Bob Wallace said...

That's why Benjamin Franklin said, "If you can keep it."

Mindstorm said...

Well, republic is also an antique form of government. The Roman republic lasted from 509 BC to 27 BC - less than five centuries.

Anonymous said...

@uncabob
''That's why Benjamin Franklin said, "If you can keep it."''

A mistake considering human nature. No human have demonstrated overtime to be able to keep a republic from degenerating to a democracy.