In a democracy, the people is supposed to decide by referendum. The citizen vote and elect their representatives. What are those elected persons supposed to represent but the majority selfishness? Can that kind of democracy become a tyranny? Of course, it can. And it always does. Because to be able to represent selfish people, the representatives have to be selfish themselves. And once they get to the "Confisery Mont", the tepid quickly become as cold as ice. What is theocracy? Not the power to those who pretend to be religious by wearing a special disguise, speak and pray like educated parrots (watch their mecanical swing). The real theocracy is the kind of democracy that would lead the peace for all people. The real theocracy is a Temple without stairs, because the Temple is made of one floor. The Temple is made of those who can understand this. Those who don't understand God's teaching dont build the Temple, but pyramids which are graves for masters and servants. Real theocracy is a world where all human beings are working together, not to make more money, but to understand God's Wisdom and to save this world from the coming furnace where the individual materialist capitalism is leading us. Real theocracy isn't "Well organised charity starts by oneself" but "Well organised charity starts by those who need it most". Could the silent tepid majority of all countries raise to do this?
2 Turkish security personnel killed, 24 wounded by Kurdish suicide bomb in eastern Turkey (Reuters)
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