Yesterday was one of those big days of democracy, where the people elected those that shall represent them. </sarcasm>
As most readers of this blog should know by now, I am not a big fan of democracy as a method to find out which rules should be created and enforced. There are many reasons for my view, the main two being that I do not agree on using force to order society – and the other is that democracy as it is done today simply does not work.
And yesterday’s numbers show that:
As mentioned before on this blog I am for “All that is Peaceful”, which is why I never partake in political elections. Here’s my guide to the conscious non-voter:
Many people look at me with crossed eyes when I mention that I believe that the State leads to evil behavior. So, I collect examples on that:
In the christian state (intentional sarcasm) of Italy it is now a crime to assist illegal immigrants that are in distress at sea.
If you didn’t find the problem with the first read, read it again – and again.
The State is punishing private people whose only crime it is to help save the life of unwanted (illegal) humans! Let them drown or go to jail? I don’t know what else to say to that without spilling tears of rage and desperation.
Please, dear fellow Christians: STOP justifying the state, it is not your friend, and it violates your law, and it punishes people for doing good.
(I sadly don’t have a link to backup this claim, the source has been German national television (ZDF), “Mittagsmagazine” on Sept 2nd 2009)