Monthly Archives: June 2013

Democracy is Like Two Divorced Parents Using Sweets to Win the Kids Over

Much of the developed (almost all) has moved to a form of adversarial democracy as their chosen form of government. It seems largely to be based on the premise that public debate from opposing parties (leading to the many two party systems we see throughout the world) and the will of the people after seeing the discussion will lead to the correct path. Unfortunately it leads to wild swings in policy from one direction to another and the will of the people is easily influenced by ‘sweets’, as we shall show later, used by the main parties to simply get back into power leading to a bizarre situation where neither parent has the best interests of the kids at heart, they just want to have possession of them, and well the kids, they don’t know what’s good for them, they just want the sweets. Continue reading