What is the worst crime in a democracy?
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#1: What is the worst crime in a democracy? Author: DanLocation: USA PostPosted: Sun Apr 04, 2010 6:26 pm

Once I show anyone what this crime is, they immediately realize the monstrous nature of this crime, and everyone says, "Of course.".

Our present leaders, of course, will never speak about this crime because they each are party to it in one way or another. Unfortunately, most of our leaders are as unaware of committing it as most citizens are of their civic duty to NOT let any leader get away with it.

Why is simple. We are a Three Monkey Society(3MS) . Our leaderships automatically see that their first job is to protect themselves from being held accountable for committing this crime. Unconscious is a sure guarantee of a soon to be dead democracy.

The crime: When a sworn leader ignores, tolerates, or helps cover up another sworn leaders felony crime.

Why we all tolerate this crime is simple. Our 3MS leaders are minimizing costs to themselves. This behavior is a perfect example of "unconscious own cost minimization" by leaders and "followers". How We Life Forms Measure Personal Value and Thus the General Welfare.

This crime only becomes possible where citizens actually have one vote and are explicitly defined as having equal inalienable rights. Yet that does not mean ordinary citizens realize how and why 3MS leaders evade our Laws.

How 3MS leaders do evade prosecution is simple: They See, Hear, and Speak NO Evil about each others mistakes and crimes. When someone says anything they do not like, they do the Big Ignore. Push and they call you names, push more and they can get very unpleasant. That just means keeping democracy has costs, so a wise policy is wait until you have the relevant facts. But once we suspect any leader of a felony, we must investigate immediately.

We can not tolerate any leader being above our Law. This is the only way equality before our Law is made real. It is the only way Liberty and Justice for all can survive. It is the only way long term peace and prosperity can become real. So the question is: What Must Be done?

We outnumber our 3MS leaders by over ten to one, they each only have one vote. Not enforcing accountability upon them would make us unwise cowards. The question is, are we brave and smart enough to defend our liberties from criminals by using the political process we clearly can control with our votes and demands.

Joining the No 1st Cost List is a big first step in bringing them to Law. There we can organize politically to expunge this monstrous criminal behavior from our governments.

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#2: Re: What is the worst crime in a democracy? Author: DanLocation: USA PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2010 12:50 am
I have been showing someone every day what the most heinous crime is. Let hope it only takes one hundred monkeys.

#3: Re: What is the worst crime in a democracy? Author: DanLocation: USA PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2010 10:25 pm
Only total anger will make the electorate wake up and that requires pain in the most sensitive portion of our anatomies: our wallets.

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