Archive for the 'democracy in Athens' Category

21 August, 2019

Posted by Socrates in America, America the White nation, America's founders, America-the-sitcom, democracy, democracy in Athens, democrazy, republic vs. democracy, republican government, Socrates at 2:53 pm | Permanent Link

(The title of this post quotes Black Sabbath’s 1981 song “Mob Rules”; America is now under “mob rule”) “Law-enforcement agencies can arrest terrorists, but they cannot settle existential arguments about the nature of American democracy.” Well, there’s the problem! America isn’t a democracy. It’s a White republic founded in 1776 by 118 White men [1]. […]

22 July, 2019

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", Big Fag, bread and circuses, Celler, Celler Rights Laws, Civil Rights Act of 1964, Civil Rights Act of 1968, civil rights movement, democracy, democracy in Athens, democrazy, homosexual themes, homosexuals, Jewish democracy, Orwell, republic vs. democracy, republican government, Rome, Russia, Socrates at 11:47 am | Permanent Link

This quote says so much: “The degree of respect for LGBTQ people has increasingly become a measure of democratic health in former Soviet states.” That’s “health”? No thanks. Want to kill a country? Give it democracy and watch it decay into nothingness. Democracy is communism in slow motion, or, a slow-acting poison [1]. (Early America […]

11 December, 2018

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", America, America the White nation, America's founders, Civil Rights Act of 1964, civil rights movement, democracy, democracy in Athens, democrazy, jewed culture, jewed politics, republic vs. democracy, republican government, Roosevelt, Roosevelt's Jewish cabal, Socrates, voting at 3:21 pm | Permanent Link

Democracy is dangerous. It isn’t what our founders gave us. Democracy can be defined as “any idiot can vote.” Our founders didn’t want negroes and retards to vote. Although President Woodrow Wilson used the word “democracy” in a speech in 1917, he was talking about the world, not specifically the U.S.A. [1]; president Franklin D. […]

2 September, 2018

Posted by Socrates in "gender", "sex equality", Affirmative Action, Affirmative Action vs. merit, communism, Cultural Marxism, culture, democracy, democracy in Athens, democracy-vs-fascism, democrazy, Diversity, diversity is hate, egalitarianism, equality, equalocracy, hiring quotas, New World Order, NWO, quotas vs. merit, Socrates, Western civilization, Western culture, Western decline, women and 'equality', women in the military, women in the workforce at 3:17 pm | Permanent Link

Newbies, in the Western democracies, people who shouldn’t manage things, very often manage things anyway; and people who should manage things, very often don’t manage things. Democracy is not meritocracy, it is “equalocracy.” One size fits all. One human has skills that are “equal” to those of the next human, it is claimed. Race, creed […]

31 January, 2017

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", Civil Rights Act of 1964, Civil Rights Act of 1968, civil rights movement, democracy, democracy in Athens, democrazy, egalitarianism, Jim Crow laws, Mussolini, politics, republic vs. democracy, republican government, Socrates, Trump at 1:43 pm | Permanent Link

Seen on the TV: a woman from some think tank calling America a “democracy.” (That’s sort of correct: America was a White republic, but we became a multicultural democracy in the 1960s with the passage of the Civil Rights Acts and the abolition of the Jim Crow laws in the South). The first democracy was […]

11 October, 2016

Posted by Socrates in America, America's founders, democracy, democracy in Athens, democrazy, history, History for newbies, PATRIOT Act, republic vs. democracy, republican government, Socrates, unconstitutional laws, USA PATRIOT Act at 3:55 pm | Permanent Link

— An example of lawmaking in a constitutional Republic: “As liberal state legislators, we’d love to ban handguns. But we can’t, because the Second Amendment prohibits it. We can’t re-write the Constitution.” — An example of lawmaking in a mob-rule Democracy: “Screw the Second Amendment. We’re the state legislature. We’ll decide what the Constitution means […]

20 December, 2015

Posted by Socrates in democracy, democracy in Athens, democrazy, republic vs. democracy, republican government, Roosevelt, Roosevelt's Jewish cabal, Socrates, vote fraud, voting, women voting at 11:58 am | Permanent Link

In a democracy, negroes, retards and women can vote. Crazy, huh? After ancient Athens, democrazy vanished for centuries. Wonder why. Trivia: it was F. D. Roosevelt who started calling America a “democracy” [1]. Before that time, it was called a republic. Anyway, in a republic, the constitution is strictly followed, regardless of what the loud, […]

28 April, 2014

Posted by Socrates in communism, Cultural Marxism, democracy, democracy in Athens, democrazy, equality, equalocracy, Marxism, Socrates at 2:07 pm | Permanent Link

Daughter: “Daddy, what’s democracy?” Father: “It’s ‘any retard can vote.’” Daughter: “Hmmm. Why can ‘any retard’ vote?” Father: “I’ve been asking myself that question for many years.” [1] [Article]. [1] the first democracy, in ancient Athens, was really equal: they chose politicians by lot, drawing names out of a hat, so to speak, which any […]