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  • Just my opinion

    Frankly, I believe Anarchy could be better than modern democracies. I've always been a left-wing anarchist since the government is easily corrupted. People argue that in anarchy there is no protection, But band together with some other people, Grab some weapons and you're good to go. That's just my opinion, Though.

  • Democracy is the worst form of government, Besides all the others. . .

    The modern democracy ensures that every person is represented in some sort of way, Whether it'd be through some kind of parliament or local district body. We have this because not everyone wants to rule - there're ones who do and those who follow.
    However, There also are a lot of safety measures which prevent one individual from having too much power and using that power in a way that majority doesn't want, In other words - being tyrannical.
    Another thing is elections. It's the best way we have these days to ensure a stable succession from one ruler to another.
    These measures that democracy has ensure country's stability which is the most important thing for any country.

    Anarchy has no such measures set and applying such ideology in a real world would be like building a house of cards in a middle of an earthquake when every single card is a person. Perhaps it may be possible to stack 2 for couple seconds, But when you have millions of people to deal with - no chance.

  • Democracy is the worst form of government. . . Except all the others.

    The modern democracy ensures that every person is represented in some sort of way, Whether it'd be through some kind of parliament or local district body. We have this because not everyone wants to rule - there're ones who do and those who follow.
    However, There also are a lot of safety measures which prevent one individual from having too much power and using that power in a way that majority doesn't want, In other words - being tyrannical.
    Another thing is elections. It's the best way we have these days to ensure a stable succession from one ruler to another.
    These measures that democracy has ensure country's stability which is the most important thing for any country.

    Anarchy has no such measures set and applying such ideology in a real world would be like building a house of cards in a middle of an earthquake when every single card is a person. Perhaps it may be possible to stack 2 for couple seconds, But when you have millions of people to deal with - no chance.

  • I guess not

    So anarchy is no government. That means the laws and rules are made by each individual person and can come into conflict with other people’s own laws, Rules and what they think is right which can cause fighting and violence which can escalate and then anarchy is not better than democracy.

  • Anarchy is not possible

    Pure anarchy is where there are no rules. I can do what I want and I can commit all manner of crimes and do my every dark whim.
    Your counter argument is to have a community or band of people with weapons to ensure the peace. That the same thing as a government.

    And I guarantee you that within that group there will fights over order. Whose turn is it to be in perimeter patrol who will do the cleaning cooking. Who has to farm, Or do the grunt work. And who is the one to whip the slaves. Who does the rat roadkill belong to? You will have to have a leader. Then after that there will be someone who lust for power and an internal power struggle. Rules and more rules later and you will have a government. Towns to cities to states to nations.

    Its what humans do. They need a leader and they need some order, But then power hungry people who have a way over the simple minded come.
    People are very weak minded and they will always listen to the strongest one, Or the most charismatic person. You might not like authority but the majority of people do and the best you can hope for is a democracy where your voice can be counted.


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