Many people claim that Democracy is a great government that would allow people to pick their leaders and vote for laws. What many people do not realize is that Democracy is a harbinger to tyranny. Not only is this a major part of the Jews’ plan to conquer everything, but this was a program realized by the well-known philosopher Plato. The information can be easily inferred from the dialogues written by Plato, and I’ll explain this in detail from his Republic.
On paper, Democracy’s a good idea: The people pick their leaders to oppose and overthrow their tyrants. Unfortunately, Plato says otherwise in this quote:
“The people have always some champion whom they set over them and nurse into greatness.” – Plato, describing a Democracy (The Republic, Book VIII)
Once those tyrants are gone, it goes downhill from there: The common citizen becomes addicted to their freedoms as soon as they obtain them. Plato also added that, after the democracy is set, people in a such a government, who, despite the tendencies to be executed or exiled by one another, will flaunt like heroes with no one else caring about them. This same government that’s widely accepted in public also distributes a twisted type of equality to both the rich and the poor, who have a massive difference, with parasitic loafers doing the work. When I said that equality has backfired, I was not inaccurate in saying this.
It is at this time that the leaders-turned-tyrants will become the very people they’ve overthrown, pushing for heavy taxes upon the citizens, who will be unable or unwilling to resist. They will also create wars against against a non-hostile enemy so the people will rally behind them, this marking the beginning of the declination of their unpopularity. This will lead to impeachments, judgements, and trials. In the event that someone does oppose them, the leader-turned-tyrant will create a good pretext by using an otherwise innocent enemy to serve as a scapegoat for their wars, thus leading to them hiring bodyguards to protect them from the very people who picked them.
“Then comes the famous request for a bodyguard, which is the device of all those who have got thus far in their tyrannical career –‘Let not the people’s friend,’ as they say, ‘be lost to them.'” – Plato (The Republic, Book VIII)
Socrates: What else can they do?
Plato: And then, although they may have no desire of change, the others charge them with plotting against the people and being friends of oligarchy?
Plato: And the end is that when they see the people, not of their own accord, but through ignorance, and because they are deceived by informers, seeking to do them wrong, then at last they are forced to become oligarchs in reality; they do not wish to be, but the sting of the drones torments them and breeds revolution in them.
Socrates: That is exactly the truth.
Plato: Then come impeachments and judgments and trials of one another.”
– Plato and Socrates (The Republic, Book VIII)
Plato tells us that, instead of Democracy promoting liberty as many believed, we are promoting tyranny instead, showing us that Republics are better than Democracy.
Now I will ask a question: Does anything this man said sound familiar? Look at these United States, then take a good, close look at the Jews, and then look at everybody else. The Jews get easier lives than everyone else, right? I know one thing to be sure about. The Jews could’ve known about this, given they’ve mixed with every human race over the years. To make an extra mile, I’d say they’re definitely pushing for this “paragon of freedom”. The Jews realized that, if we picked them as leaders (while pretending to be of a human race), this would mean that, while we become obsessed with our freedoms, they would hire security guards to protect them from us, leading us to poverty today.
We were tricked by the Jews, thinking that Democracy would be a government that would uphold the freedom – no. We were unwitting tools for an ethnicity of tyrannical, genocidal control freaks who will use anything as a pretext to get publicity.
These United States are not a Democracy to begin with. The U.S. is a Constitutional Republic. It’s to get rid of Democracy, because many, including some of the most trained officers, do not know what they’re supporting when it comes to a Democracy.