Although ants and bees have elaborate social structures not clearly
understood by researchers, and the former even has a queen, we alone
have a country and a political system. This, however, took a long time to
achieve. As a baseline, being a product of survival of the fittest, all living
beings are engulfed with a fear of enemies. In this struggle, although
some like lions are strong enough to defend themselves, as if
understanding 'unity is strength,' those who aren't - the have-nots like
hyenas, live and hunt in packs. Although we hunted like the latter, we
selected a strong permanent leader for our day-to-day affairs in our
primitive days. With dads appointing heirs with a bit of public support and
love of genes, bloodlines started and later dynasties formed.
Although occasionally interrupted by army dictators, even people's
governments, almost akin to 'The King is dead… Long live the King'
monarchy grabbed the biggest slice of pizza graph of the governing
history of the world. Although making of a ruler by the people, who were
more equal than others, interrupted democracy and is still doing so in
China, democracy is the buzz word of today.
Although a country and its borders are not made by nature, and it is not
the claiming of self serving rights but duty that makes a country, using a
strategy of making a government through rights and democracy brilliantly
forms and maintains governments. With communism gone, monarchies
vanishing, and army general-less recognised, democracy reigns supreme.
Long before the French Revolution, reminding clash of civilizations, a
clash between the commoners and the king brought democracy in
England in the 13th century. Almost as a compromise, it saw the House of
Lords for the Lords and the House of Commons for the common people.
Although democracy got a chance to refine over the centuries and
became matured, it divided into parliamentary and presidential systems,
and suddenly received two heads - the UK and the USA.
Although it has helped smooth the transition of power, it has offered
stability for the development of the country, and as a gold standard even
helped the formation of political systems of India and other countries…
but Britain's parliamentary system is not without flaws. Its voters don't
directly choose a leader but, almost like selecting a solicitor to plead a
case in the court, choose MPs. Taking all our rights, as a second tier job,
the MPs then select the ruler - when necessary. Although elected to serve
constituents, losing individuality they follow what the Chief Whip says.
Although a parliamentary majority easily brings a smooth change in
power, its lack of power causes an equally bad mess. The resulting
coalition government helps running of a government and gives writing
material for journalists, but it doesn't give much to the country. Unlike the
solicitor again, the 'detached leader' cannot be dismissed till the next
election. Although presidential system avoids leadership problem and
more, and even amount to 'best we have', it is not without problems
Pinpointing problems, even in the American system yet offering solutions,
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