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Democracy as True or False


Fairly widespread mobile communities are not integrated and do not really communicate much. People who live in the same neighborhoods generally ignore one another. Occasionally they do interact, speaking extremely friendly to start with, as if they were close friends for many years.

This is, however, only a superficial habit, easily leading to ‘out of sight out of mind’ end results. If some difficulty or misunderstanding ever occurs, people split up right away and never reconnect. Most of their social contacts are based on the official rules, rather than on interacting independently in genuine ways.

Ideas from the political parties arrive at communities through the media. People do not discuss them openly, but end up voting for their preferred candidates. Presently, however, all candidates belong to the SYSTEM; otherwise the media wouldn’t acknowledge them at all. Although some superficial differences can occur, no truly significant changes ever take place after elections. Dominant laws and taxations always stay in effect, and keep growing over time, as the globalist objectives. This is the alleged democracy, controlled from the top down.


The traditional communities were self-supporting, and therefore not dependent on the external SYSTEM. They interacted freely, jointly making their own decisions. Back then people used to live next to their neighbors, usually for a whole lifetime. In order to prosper and to maintain their lifestyle, they had to cooperate well. There were no distractions by medias and corporations, so being in touch with the community was a standard habit.

Of course, individuals had occasional conflicts, sometimes even leading to duels, upon their mutual decisions. In most cases, however, their differences would get resolved. Being friendly and cooperative after resolving previous misunderstandings used to produce solid social connections, much stronger and more reliable than the present ones.

The habit of communicating steadily led to establishing periodic common assemblies, as popular ideas needed to be confirmed to make mutual decisions. Expressing all views and values, setting them up proportionately and jointly carrying them out, was a true democracy, from the bottom up.



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