‘Our Democracy’: Nonsense

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“Democracy” in action

Somehow all the chattering about “our democracy” has reminded me of… this.

In 1955 world leaders at the Bandung Conference voted to ban dung. After several weeks of terrible inconvenience, the error was rectified.

What has this in common with “our democracy”?

They’re both twaddle, totally false, without value, pure nonsense.

We do not have a democracy. Guided by their knowledge of history, our country’s founders knew that “democracy” has a bad habit of destroying itself. It’s given to hysteria. Example: In the Peloponnesian War, between “democratic” Athens and militaristic Sparta, The Majority in Athens went off their collective rockers and attacked Syracuse, paying them back for not siding with Athens. This hysterical folly resulted in the annihilation of Athens’ army. Sparta won the war and did Athens the favor of abolishing her democracy–once and for all.

So we have a republic, not a democracy; but you’d never know it, to hear all the babble about “our democracy.” Those tens of millions of us who aren’t aboard the bandwagon are denounced as “extremists” and “a threat to our democracy.” Our Constitution guarantees us a republican form of government. The Biden Regime is doing its level best to destroy it.

R.J. Rushdoony once defined democracy as two wolves and a sheep voting on what to have for dinner.

Deliver us, O God, out of the hands of foolish “leaders.”

5 comments on “‘Our Democracy’: Nonsense

  1. That always irks me when I hear people babbling about the democracy. Republic, republic, you ninnies.

  2. Marx and Ingles were all for democracy because they knew that is the way to vote in socialism. Their plan was a social revolution (like we are experiencing). The 10 planks of the Communist Manifesto have all be enacted in America, voted in. If you don’t think we are in trouble you might want to do some more reading and research. Our U.S. Constitution says are to be a Republic, with no mention of a democracy, and no mention of a democracy in all 50 State Constitutions.

  3. Interesting that the Bolsheviks in the Russian revolution were literally the “Majority Men” (the definition of “Bolshevik”) and the Mensheviks were the “Minority Men.” Once the Bolsheviks gained power, they set about eradicating the Mensheviks on the grounds that these “minority men” were Counterrevolutionary extremists. The more things change, the more they remain the same.

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