Is Quora a democracy or a meritocracy

Population size and viability of democracy

In 2016 I still don't see any real 100% democracy. Any country operated by a particular system is imperfect, and yet we will only expand on the disadvantages of each other and cover the logical arguments and methods that are easily implemented today without a technological level. All for the profit of 1%. The focus on political power and economics using law in law is forever a step back to ensure the minority advantage over the majority.

The China issue is not about democracy, but about how much they have improved in such a short period of time to date and their current system has proven to be right for this country. Yes. Freedom, media control, human rights issues, corruption and injustice still prevail, but until the rest of the world can stop trading with them or are ready to send the army to take over, there is no point in talking any more, but trying to change them faster the better.

Democracy had started on a stage with one people and one vote in the West and let the majority of the people decide. We had set the legal age limit for when you could reasonably vote, but we couldn't move on to the next level when our development required a more responsive, rational democratic system. Factors such as age (why a young man who was elected for the first time had the same voting rights as a grandfather with 70 contributions) and qualifications must be taken into account (professionals from all areas can have their own associations or NGOs worldwide, and yet are experts of the view So minimized and so heavily influenced by political parties or corporations. We make profits quickly with bad products and services, but it takes time to stop or control them (tobacco, bacon and ham and now wifi). Always on bad informed citizens are selling people for our quick profit convenience.

The format of using western industrialized countries as a model, which is the best at the moment, should not be defined as 10/10, but what else we are using in terms of the ability of IT to improve the correct perfect score. Then the developing countries will also accelerate faster in order to achieve improvements. For example, laws should be enforced by using all available statistics on a dashboard to achieve a stricter punishment when certain crimes reach a certain level and, if necessary, decrease accordingly (low probability again, as our population worldwide only increases the crime rate with more Criminals of all kinds) .eg Even traffic fines should be based on a% of reported income or assets, rather than a fixed amount that is so unfair to the poor and doesn't hinder the behavior of the rich. Might also be licensed for direct acceleration.

The main disadvantages of democracy are: 1. As long as the majority of people allow it, there are few mechanisms that prevent our current system from implementing new rules that are morally, logically or rationally completely wrong. There has to be the same counterforce to prevent wrong judgment. Some examples are: If the majority votes, you are not your birth parent's child. technically it is possible. If the majority agree that Justin can have 100 women, or Taylor Swift can go over any speed limit, why not? The level of morality and populism must be handled equally. 2. The 2 to 5 year term of an election is too long to wait for the next best option and too difficult to bring you an election. If you look at the polls for a person voted for a country in an elected position this century, you have noticed how difficult it is to name a person who is dropping out on the grounds of non-popularity. So what incentive is there to be a good man all the way when we can have restrictive terms and conditions for reasonable doubts about rotation officials, but the public cannot even properly evaluate them to fall fast enough if necessary due to less bad decisions bring to. We can trade millions of trades in milliseconds every day and don't even have a human-based KPI rating for all government employees, like the rating for bank clerks or Mac cashiers with a smiley face or a grumpy face? Even S&P or Moody standards should be paid for by the government, and yet the rating is still pretty much even by the day the banks smash it.

The fault lines of democracy are so clear and yet it will take years to resolve logical arguments for simple problems that explode in the headlines. IT must be used extensively to help people cope with government failures that result in huge financial and environmental losses for people. We still live in a world where there is no index in any country that knows exactly how many people are living there, how many are dead or will soon be born. In flight, people like MH370 go missing and Harry Porter's name can even appear in the Panama newspaper. No scientist needs to come out for these solutions, and preventive measures can easily be written and modified by experts, but are never immediately implemented. Justice will never come quickly enough, and it can even last forever, while crime lasts seconds. Protests and riots are too slow or even easy to suppress to have any real impact. The level of collusion between governments at one level will never be open to the public unless Wikileak happens, which is what we can want right now. Therefore any struggle against democracy, human rights, justice, transparency, climate, animal rights etc. is only an instrument to bring down either the left, right or central party in a government, but all have certain restrictions here or there for the individual . The participation rate in votes that are so difficult to get that they hit the 2/3 or 3/4 level is an indication of how discouraged people really are. Life goes on when good and bad events are still 50/50 in each country. The likelihood of any of us being killed at school or by the police in the US or by the Chinese government is the same. I am happy to be born in Singapore in one of those countries where it will NEVER happen. Privilege for 5m and rich who can migrate here. A case that is so successful on an international level and yet remains silent on global issues in order not to deserve the anger of trading partners. Moral commitments that can be demonstrated logically and with available statistics must be built into IT so that the only solutions can solve all global problems with visible results.

Sam I am ♦

Your answer is too off-topic. This question is about China, and whether the claim that "China is too big to have a democracy" wins one Has value or not. An answer should be yourself focus on answering this question.

Felix Lim

It is true, but it is the intent of certain people, who are just looking for certain answers, just to serve their specific purpose, that we have all kinds of NGOs with so-called specific solutions and yet we are still confused today. My perspective is borderline, but not entirely irrelevant since I'm talking about cats and dogs here.