I’m very unhappy with some of the recent decisions and I HAVE had decisions that directly affected me in various ways in my lifetime. Someone reminded me in another group that we’re neither a constitutional representative democracy nor are we a constitutional republic: we are a corporate oligarchy. So it is even LESS the democratic aspects of our country that causes us these kinds of issues but that we are a corporate oligarchy. Many of these are top-down problems NOT initiated by the “voting masses”.

I’m very unhappy with some of the recent decisions and I HAVE had decisions that directly affected me in various ways in my lifetime.
Someone reminded me in another group that we’re neither a constitutional representative democracy nor are we a constitutional republic:
we are a corporate oligarchy.
So it is even LESS the democratic aspects of our country that causes us these kinds of issues but that we are a corporate oligarchy.
Many of these are top-down problems NOT initiated by the “voting masses”.

Consider it: If we had more direct say in our leadership and rulings, would ANY OF US vote in the “corporate oligarchy”?
No matter which political leaning the majorities of the masses, I think there is NO ONE “in the masses” that wants corporate oligarchy.
Yet they have an oversized control over our processes.
That is a strong example (to me) of it not being the democratic elements of our nation being the bigger issue but rather the elite aspects that allows for such alliances to form.

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