Electoral Politics

political office is for the elite / and voting's for people willing to legitimize the system / but state force is for everyone

Except the last panel never seems to apply to the elite…

3 comments to Electoral Politics

  • Especially when it comes to senators and their children performing drug crimes…

  • Jean-Cassius

    Real democracy (government of the people by the people for the people) isn’t compatible with election. Since elections try to choose the best one, they are aristocratic (= governement by the best). Real democracy is based on randomness, because it gives everyone equality in governance. This is not obviously how should be elected a President, but it is possible to control governants’ actions with randomly selected panels of citizens.

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