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Windows 7: Democracy or absolute monarchy?

02 Sep 2010   #1

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Democracy or absolute monarchy?

Hello folks,

Which one of the systems of government you think it is best - The Democracy or The Absolute Monarchy?

The absolute monarchy is a system of government that allows a single person called a monarch to take control of the entire nation. His voice is louder than the others, and he can do whatever he wants - no one has the right to say anything to him. He can confiscate your property in one day, without the right to dispute his will. He can also kill you while standing before him. But he can also make a lord from a peasant and give you boundless domains just like that, if he thinks you are worthy of such posseions.

I think the absolute monarchy is the most useful thing to a single nation.

In the democracy, the things are exactly the other way around - the power belongs to many people, and you always have the right to dispute any decision. It gives you more freedom, and some other stuff.
This question has been discussed ever since the raise of the mankind.
What do you think?
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02 Sep 2010   #2


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