hirundine608 commented on Monarchy Vs democracy:


James Allen

This blog is read by thousands of readers across the globe and they make their own comments on the relative topic in their own way agreeing or disagreeing with the author and such an exercise is interesting as it brings plus and minus together. At times I feel that the style and material provided by the different authors warrant a bigger publicity to the benefit and interest of the overall readership, hence reproduction of certain selected few. This time it is James Allen ‘Hirundine’ who as usual made a comment on my blog post ‘Monarchy Vs democracy’ dated 19th June’16 quite in brief and highly meaningful. I wish the readers go through it with interest. It is reproduced below:

Democracy little more than mob rule where 51% of the people take away the rights of the other 49%. T. Jeffereson.

Democracy can and is, manipulated. Monarchy is absurd. That people are born into wealth and land ownership, should not have the automatic right to govern others. Land ownership is also absurd. We are born into this world with fists tightly clenched and we exit with them wide-open.

Democracy is a method of counting votes, for a candidate. It does not guarantee freedom nor idividuality.
Cheers Jamie

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  1. Thank you, neelkanth, for highlighting this short comment.

    Many have commented on democracy, with authority. Thomas Jefferson, one of the architects of the democracy that is supposed to guide the U.S.A. Was quite free with his own criticisms of it. Of which the above is one of my favourite quotes, every time people make an observation regarding the supposed quality of democracy.

    The second most important quote that has relevance, by the this man. Is, among many others,
    “If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered…. I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies…. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.”

    Every time a President of U.S. has tried to do this. He has ended up dead from assassination. So, draw the obvious conclusions …

    We all should think deeply about what was said by him and see how the truth of it is relevant today. We are being manipulated by these people running the private banks that posture as our national banks. For they have no interest but their own at heart.

    Democracy, is touted by them, because of its easy manipulations.If they own all of the candidates? Then this is easier yet.

    Cheers Jamie

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