Actually, the formulas just prove what I mean for "real democracy" (anarchy) and why I consider the U.S. a military dictatorship. Nothing else. Most of the people are content enough in so called "constitutional republics" or "constitutional monarchies". People can be happy enough in Russia and China, too. This does not not mean they are real democracies. Infact they aren't. U.S. neither. U.S. can be called a "constitutional military dictatorship" or such, based on "white race supremacy" ideology, imperialism and expansionism. This does not exclude "individual rights" and "justice" granted by a supposed "upper authority" (for what it means). Ancient romans granted "individual rights" to the citizens, too. Italian fascism, too.
As explained before, "real democracy" does not exist. However, the "democracies" in which death penalty and torture are banned, the term "socialism" is not a taboo word, racism on documents ("please indicate yourh ethnicity" and such) is a racist nonsense and everyone has free health cures... these fake democracies are at least less fake than the fake "U.S. democracy" (the most dangerous and criminal military dictatorship in human history ever).
I think FnF is surprised about this "military dictatorship" definition of mine, because he thinks of "classic" military dictatorships, with the puppet dictator on the balcony, the tanks down the road, fake elections ("yes or yes, otherwise yes: let's count the yes"), curfew etc. Francisco Franco in Spain and Augusto Pinochet in Chile were dictators, both supported by the U.S. of course (... guess why), yet in the last years of their regime, Chile and Spain resembled a "democracy" (in the U.S. meaning: "panem et circenses", "free" opposition, "freedom of speech", "individual rights" etc.).
80-90% of american citizens are not aware they live in a military dictatorship. They are content enough because they can travel, dance, sing, watch movies, TV, fuck, drink, buy guns, play with iphone etc. For the rest, the military tell them: "let us work and mind your free
business, don't complain and see how many rights you have". This is not democracy, this is "the dictatorship of unawareness". For instance, 80-90% people in America don't feel guilty at all for all the millions deaths commited by U.S. in these years. The utmost they claim is "well, not my fault", "they menaced us, they are terrorists, hate U.S., so fuck yeah", "god bless America", etc. The 10-20% of americans aware of what U.S. really
are have no power at all. They are allowed to "protest" by the military dictatorship, of course. Because:
(1) they count for nothing, so they will never change the status quo.
(2) the fact they are "free to protest" gives the illusion to the 80-90% of americans that they live in a democracy ("see: even the opposers can protest", "our land is based on freedom of speech" and such bullshit: meanwhile real opposers get killled by the CIA, are in prison or banished).