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Originally Posted by MacStrine View Post
This is an interesting conversation.

There are a few different interpretations of 'democracy', for it to work properly the citizenry need to engage and participate in the process. GB rates quite high on the democracy index below, given the house of lords is not what I would call democratic. There are a number of EU countries ahead of GB on the index. The USA is listed as a flawed democracy. Probably not their fault. I have read that some of the best examples of localised inclusion and democracy are seen in indigenous societies, Papua New Guinea for example.
The USA is a republic not a democracy.......
Papua New Guinea.......
Are you out of your mind????
My best friend on this Forum spent almost 40 years in Papua New Guinea
He described it as 10,000 years ago......outside of the large city everything runs on bribes......
And you carry an assault rifle and pistol all the time......for good reason
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