Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
From of the 2 systems; democracy and tyranny, I would select tyranny because, this system is with personal accountability for the deeds .
Everywhere where service to peoples is with responsibility for job done is better than is nameless thievery.
Democracy is system with anonymous, nameless thievery. Uncertainty is only to whom belong future: to India or China.. Castro is great philosopher and practitioner, and he will be praised , as a man who showed and explained the way to future. .
Democracy is an ideal and may exist to a certain extent in Switzerland but elsewhere it can never develop because of party politics and debt banking systems.
There is no accountability under tyrany/dictatorship except with in the power system. The public are duped, just as today in phoney-democracies. Globalism and semi-monopolies ( fascism as it used to be known) is getting very close to dictatorships, freedom is being dismantled in the name of fighting 'terrorists'.
You might get excited at what Gordon Brown is currently advocating, reforms of the UN, IMF and World Bank, which will create the immediate stage before world govt, which Lenin was working for. Brown is a stalinist.
You wouldnt work for Chinese wages. But I understand your essential issue of 'reliability' which you call 'accountability'. But the elite that run the state party ( dictatorship) and that run the international banks that control the 'democracies' both have a similar philosophy, and that is the people should be kept on a short lead ( on the edge of want), hense the old joke that 'communism is where man exploits man and capitalism is the other way round'.
Under globalism ( so called free-market), 80% are loosing and about 5% will own everything worth owning, which means that its only a matter of time and state socialism will have to become a major part of the western/global way of life. This is the other way to achieving it instead of by violence which the international bankers financed in 1917.
You are saying, pragmatically, which you believe is the lesser of the two evils.