Re: Good Government (was: Evolution of governments (was: Consistency in naming))
|From:||Adam Walker <carrajena@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, November 15, 2003, 4:45|
--- Akhilesh Pillalamarri <valardil@...> wrote:
> Democracy will never truly work. Communism, while it
> has it's goods, has problems. Monarchy is at fault
> if a bad king comes into power. Fascism is a rascist
> hate based system. Therefore, no system of
> government in perfect. Our current democratic age
> will be but a brief flicker in history. Already as
> we can see, democracy is usually an excuse for
> corrupt and instable leaders to come to power. It
> does not really even work anywhere except for in
> America, Western Europe, and Japan. Elsewhere, it is
> a failure, and even in America we have tyrants such
> as Bush.
Excuse me? Bush is not a tyrant. Half of us voted
for him, including me and all the voting members of my
> Therefore, in Aryez, land of the Aryezin, we have a
> kind of government called Sociocracy based on
> 1. Complete social freedom
> 2. Little political freedom
> 3. Some economic freedom
> In some ways, it is like China......
Excuse me again! Since when does China have anything
approaching "complete social freedom"? Any of the P.
R. Chinese I have known would quickly tell you other
wise. And the fact that above 99% of Chinese foreign
students at US universities never return to China
according to the INS would seem to indicate that an
awful lot of Chinese citizens find the current state
of China less than ideal. That compares with about
30-40% for the various European nations, over 70% of
African students and about 80% of Indian students.
> Although Aryez is ruled by emperors, they are
> schooled in sociocratic principles from the age of
> 3, so they will not be incapable. In the rare case
> they are incapable, they will be disposed.
> Sociocracy is a great system.
Well, Sociocracy may be ideal, but Communism with
Chinese Caracterists clearly isn't.
Fached il prori ul pañeveju djul atexindu mutu chu.
-- Carrajena proverb