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What are the advantages amd the disadvantages of liberal democracy


The Advantage is some people get what they want until they destroy themselves, others, or perhaps a nation or entire people group. The other advantage is the manipulators of the movement make people feel like they are doing the right thing, so they feel better about themselves. A final advantage is they place fear in the hearts of those who oppose them, which keeps lethargy from taking over.
Liberal Democracy is both self-seeking and self-serving. It is also violent, manipulative, and vicious. Even to it's own destruction. The end of Liberal Democracy is tyranny, slavery, discrimination, and *****, and yet it continues to grow in popularity. This is due to the systematic deliverance of messages spun to make it look appealing, hence attracting people that are self-seeking or protective of actions that prove the same.

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Why does the government give very little money to the disabled?


I guess it depends on where you want to live?? No it isn't a program that will make you rich, just get by. Best thing you can do is find a part time Job.

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What is the opposite of democracy?


Dictatorship or any form of government that the people don't get a say in (perceived or actual)

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