Does representative democracy contradict the Declaration of Independence? Retweet
Representative democracy is a great American god. Americans worship it — even those who claim to have religious convictions that prohibit idolatry. Indeed, criticizing democracy is a great heresy. But criticize it I must, because…
Representative democracy is evil!
It’s fully as bad as every other system of statism yet devised by the human mind. Well, as you can imagine, people start to sputter in indignation whenever I say these things. So…
What arguments can I possibly make to defend my outrageous position? I use two of our Mental Lever mini-articles…
- How do libertarians view politics? (Key concept: politics is inherently sociopathic)
- Is democracy benign and moral? (Key concept: democracy has no magic power to turn wrong into right)
But lately, I’ve been making a new argument. This powerful new insight is the subject of our newest Mental Lever mini-article…
Is democracy inherently perverted?
This new Mental Lever lays out some startling logic. I see people’s eyes cross whenever I use it. And I want to invite you to enjoy the same fun!
This new Lever also explains and links to the Mental Levers that describe a good alternative to representative democracy. Please check it out!
ZAP The State and have a nice day,
Zero Aggression Project