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    • DON
    • 11.09.06 | 00:48 (IDT)

    WHAT DEFINES DEMOCRACY ,THE LEADERSHIP CHANGES HANDS BY ELECTION OF THE PEOPLE ,DEMOCRACY IS NOT ANARCHY WHERE ONE DOES WHATRVER THEY WISH , EVERY STATE DEFINE IT'S OWN DEMOCRACY , ENGLAND WITH A MONOPOLY OF TWO PARTIES , SO IS SWEEDEN , BUT THEY ARE REALY A MONARCHY. IRAN HAVE ELECTIONS OF ONE PARTY ( THE AYATOLAHS)EGIPT HAS ELECTIONS OF ONE PERSON ? AMERICA A MONOPOLY OF TWO PARTIES , GERMANY BANS THE NAZIS TO EXIST , NONE OF THIS COUNTRIES WILL ALLOW ENEMY PARTY TO EXIST , ONE THAT DOES NOT PARTICIPATE IN THE SECURITY OF ITS COUNRY , ONE THAT DREAMS OF ITS DETRUCTION , A FIFTH COLUM , . ISRAEL IS THE CLOSEST SYSTEM TO THE DEMOCRACY , THAT EVERY ONE IS DREAMING ABOUT .HAS SOME FIFTEEN PAETIES , IT ALLOWS IT'S MOST VIRULIENT ENEMY TO PAETICIPATE ,HAS A SUPREM COURT THAT ORDERS THE GOV. TO TAKE CARE OF IT'S ENEMIES , HAS PROTESTS ON STREET GAINST THE GOV.HAS WEMEN IN LEADERSHIP , HAS HUMAM/CIVIL RIGHT GOROUPS ,NOW THE PEOPLE MAY TOPLE THE GOV.

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    First published 00:00 10.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 10.09.06
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