What Is Government Really For?

What is governement really for? This is a question that we had emailed in by a reader. In short, they are concerned that without a government, society would simply dive straight to disaster.

With so much anti government retoric on the rise, it would seem that people are failing to see the real reason why government was established.

My reply to the email:

The role of any government is to protect its population from LOSS, DAMAGE or HARM from any and all sources.

When the government itself is responsible for LOSS, DAMAGE and HARM to the populous, domestic or international, it is no longer functioning within the role, WE THE PEOPLE, assigned to it.

At this point, it CANNOT be referred to as a Government. It no longer provides benefit or has any use for the people that fund and elect it. It becomes obselete the moment it acts, directly or indirectly, without the agreement of the people it serves.

Such establishments can, and should only be referred to as a Kakistocracy. The definition being:

kakistocracy | kakɪˈstɒkri | 

noun (plural kakistocracies) [mass noun] 

government by the least suitable or competent citizens of a state: the danger is that this will reduce us to kakistocracy 

| every government that has existed since the ancient Greeks has been a prime example of kakistocracy. 

• [count noun] a state or society governed by its least suitable or competent citizens: the modern regime is at once a plutocracy and a kakistocracy | the man in the street must share part of the blame for allowing such a kakistocracy to entrench itself.

The fact that governments all around the world are operating outside of there designated sphere should be apparent to those who pay attention. Simply use common sense while reviewing any government information / news / laws and you will not have to try hard to see the hypocrisy and straight up lies.


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