The Democratic Experiment is Finished

The Democratic Experiment is Finished

Street Democracy writes: 
Our political environment is run by soulless ‘love abandoned’ cold and calculated suits that would never endorse democracy. 
We instead watch political disenfranchisement of our civil liberties. 

Total exclusion and a ceaseless expansion of anti-democratic administrations such as The Bilderburg very closed meetings and corporate controllings of our planet.
‘Democracy’ sticky labelled over governmental infrastructures and politicised administration is all nice and everything, but it doesn’t mean it is.
By design it has gone wrong and has it ever been the way it should?
Maybe when oligarchs own it, when corporations control it and a ‘Satanic religion’s devour it, ‘democracy’ is a different form of ‘democracy’ and not what we envisioned. 

There is a sinister art form of dressing democracy and manufacturing a new one where people are disempowered from authority who are educated to higher standards in our unequal society who control government.

The same bloodline families own all the corporations making ‘free trade’ and privatisation an obvious move forward and now unfettered capitalism has grown transnational corporations to be too big to control.
Chris Hedges from Truthdig, claims ‘coup d’ e’tat’ a silent take over of corporations that control everything in our political system and that means our lives.
These corporate bullies have poured dark sinister hostile fragrance into our societies albeit silently to take over our global infrastructure they govern from a higher realm in our society.
It is essential we don’t get herded into these toxic totalitarian pathways of control.
By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy
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The Democratic Experiment is Finished

newSaturday 2nd May 2015 at 09:57 By David Icke

‘We in the West have lived with this thing called ‘democracy’ for a good few centuries now. It has been an important experiment, but one which has, in the end, succeeded in swallowing its own tail rather than leading society to a better place. Now its time is up and we have the task of putting something genuinely better in its place.
The most well known definition of democracy – but by no means the first – is enshrined in the Gettysburg Address of November 1863. It proclaims democracy as ‘government of the people, by the people, for the people’ which – maybe for good reason – laid a strong emphasis on ‘people’.
But here also lay its weakness; people (it turned out) had other ambitions that this form of self rule was ill equipped to address. Nor did they particularly want to be responsible for deciding and managing the intricacies of the experiment that they had signed-up to. ‘The majority’, that is.’
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