The Democratic Form of Government

Democracy: government of, by, and for divisible civic illiterate subject citizens without Common Sense who represent the law (The Whim of The People), cannot follow the money, and will not reconcile life, environment, and Common Cents with each other. Thomas Jefferson: "Democracy is a form of government eternally at open or secret war with the rights of mankind." Subject citizens in nations with The Democratic Form of Government have shallow characteristics and enumerated rights granted in law by state governments instituted by a sovereign federal government. Regulated divisible subject citizens have revocable standing and demonstrate competitive standards of fear-based dependent thinking for the perceived ownership of commingled personal + professional + public money, the depraved indifference of all children, the neglect of environment, and the "look out for number one" view of each other. Government is a sovereign inanimate entity that represents itself from personage surrendered by deluded citizens who: waste commingled personal + professional + public money; treat children as property; pollute the environment; and are clear and present dangers to each other. Democratic nations employ laws that regulate life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for the people; and establish, regulate, and restore order for the government. In Democratic nations, law is tyranny of the majority and legalized bribery that regulates availability, quantity, quality, and market price of products. Subject citizens accept the notions that commitment is conditional, debt is good, gambling is a virtue, and life is a job. Democratic nations employ debt-based federal currency; maintain large standing armed forces; promote enormous security bureaucracies; and revere multi-generational public debt. In Democratic nations, the sovereignty of the people is automatically and unconditionally surrendered to government, generation after generation, from the constraints of corporate tradition that mandate the dependent thinking necessary for citizens to define their personal, professional, and public divisible relationships from delusions that perpetuate the myth of government's omnipotent personage; and citizens organize in accordance with like-minded interest in order for all public money to be collected and spent for the good of victorious organized interest to the detriment of the public interest. In a Democracy, "Might Makes Right" as subject citizens vote and act for their individual interest; and all are bonded with fear, prejudice, and despair as governments bribe divisible citizens with public money. Unreconciled stewardship of public money is taxation without representation. Thomas Jefferson: "When all governments, domestic and foreign, in little as in great things, shall be drawn to Washington as the centre of all power, it will render powerless the checks provided of one government on another, and will become as venal and oppressive as the government from which we separated." Plato: "Democracy, the rule of the majority, is usually rooted in mere opinions (The Whim of The People) and always presedes tyranny." In a democracy, the sovereign government counts divisible civic illiterate subject citizens.