The intracacies of government in one short essay

“Democracies are reflections of the people who they serve”. This statement is primary to the acceptance of the rule of law in a democracy. The existence of society, in fact, is dependent of the acceptance of the rule of law, which is dependent on the governed’s acceptance of said government.

Governments are created to control people. This can yield a utopian result, or it can create a living hell, worse than death. All of the balanced dominos of acceptance by the governed are dependent on the constituent’s willingness to agree with the laws written and the equity of application of these laws.

History teaches us that governments are tenuous structures, structures that must metamorphosize over time to mirror changes in culture. The model of our representative republic allows for such change within the framework of our Constitution.

These rules apply to all of the governments to which we are subject. (local to national, to world) All must attain balance, consensus, if you prefer, or be subject to failure from coordinated actions (rebellion) of the governed.

Men have often, through the course of history, influenced governments for personal gain. This manipulation, and the actions taken to effect the revision of the equity of law, to favor a particular class is the failure mode of every governmental failure.

We are living, now, in an unusual time, when a relative few have acted to develop a plan of manipulation of our government. Many of those who work so very hard at this effort do so believing that they will reap the rewards of a better  World. They will not.

At the head of this great and grotesque snake are very few, a cloistered class of the ultra-rich, who have developed this plan for decades. Those who are the “boots on the ground” will find themselves pawns of the ultra-powerful. They, like us, will be servants under the “New World Order”.

Change is inevitable. Change is good. Often, change is irreversible. When you trade something of great value, be certain that what you are buying is what you truly want.

Scott Cahill