[Community] FYI 2013 Nexus 7 reviewed
S.Dyroff at phytec.de
Mon Aug 12 12:17:33 CEST 2013
>>>> This is my view on democracy: if you don't like a rule, either
>>>> accept it (and use it cleverly to your benefit) or fight at the right
>>>> place (politics, parliaments etc.) to get them changed. But don't
>>>> simply break and ignore them.
>>> This is my view on human social progress: If people wouldn't have
>>> and broken rules in the past, then even in Germany children would
>>> work in mines, "procuration" and homosexuality would still be a crime,
>>> chimneys and sewers of factories would still unscrupulously pollute
>>> environment, etc. etc. etc.
>> Please remember: How many chimneys had to be climbed and how many
>> to be closed illegally by Greenpace in order to finally get them widely
> In a real democracy you would not need to do that, because politics
> to the people...
> Just 2cts more...
You're quite right to phrase your statement in conjunctive. But if you've
already taken the step to realize that our existing system isn't a (real)
democracy, what conclusions do you draw regarding the possibilities of
Please remember history lessons at school: In Germany there will never be
a revolution because before the Reichstag (German parliament) there's a
sign: "Rasen betreten verboten!" (it's forbidden to step on the lawn).
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