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VIDEO: Why Democracy is EVIL

December 17, 2010

There’s one EVIL word in the realm of politics that I can think of: DEMOCRACY. This word- a wolf in sheep’s clothing- is so evil that it destroyed and continues to destroy the minds of the unthinking people, mostly the educated.

Since I’ so much tired of explaining why I arrived at this definitive conclusion, let me just quote a few of my previous statements on the matter.

In an earlier blog entitled The Moral Base of the Filipino Nation and Philippines’ Intellectual Bankruptcy, I stated the following:

The words “republican” and “democratic” are two distinct terms, bearing different meanings and denotations. This is one example of Philippine departure from the American constitution. Federalist papers show that the framers of the American Constitution refused to use the word democratic to describe the political system of the United States not merely because it is vague, but also because it was not their intention to establish a democratic state. According to James Madison, his idea of a republican state does not mean popular democracy in which power is left in the hands of the people (Box 76). In a true republican state, political power is delegated through popular elections to elected officials, thereby providing a shielding barrier from reckless or injudicious mob governance.

But this particular section clearly shows the character of the Philippine Constitution, a mixture of reason and emotions, or a blending of freedom and slavery. What the 1987 Constitution seeks to establish—and it already has— is not a free society, but a mixed economy in which socialism or dictatorship is in advance given an advantage. This is not to say that the framers of the Constitution intended to deliver this country to scheming socialist or fascist thugs sooner or later. This is simply the effect of a system that establishes a mixed economy. What is clear is that the current charter is the ultimate result of the educational system and philosophical trend that are reining the country today. Hence, the 1987 Constitution was influenced by the following thinkers— Karl Marx as to Article II or the Declaration of Principles and State Policies; Immanuel Kant and Plato as to the philosophical foundation of the Constitution; John Maynard Keynes and Milton Friedman as to its economic principles; and the proponents of egalitarianism.

Also in this blog this is what I stated:

We have been taught by our teaches and professors, as well us our absurd intellectuals, that the Philippines is a “democratic country.” We face constitutional perils and destructions of our rights because of the notion that democracy is a noble idea. Democracy is nothing but an EVIL idea! But it seems that nobody in this country recognizes the fact that democracy is a mythical idea that must be rejected. Yes, the Constitution states, under Section 1, Article II that “The Philippines is a democratic and republican State. Sovereignity resides in the people and all government authority emanates from them” (emphasis added). Democracy simply means “mob rule” or “rule of the majority.” This means that the majority can vote and abrogate our rights like what is happening today. Democracy is an evil idea conceived in ancient Greece. History tells us that the first victim of “democracy” was Socrates who was condemned by the people to death because of his influence on the youth. This country must be and ought to be a Republican state, period!


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The Moral Base of the Filipino Nation and Philippine’s Intellectual Bankruptcy

It’s Democratic, Stupid!

(Un)Fair Election Act Versus Free Speech

“Salus Populi Est Suprema Lex” is an Evil Concept

Communism and Fascism: The Twin Evils of Collectivism


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