Do Jews agree that "democracy" is good only some times?

When you have it in your religion. Otherwise, it is nothing more than corruption, because people's opinion is nothing about correct idea, but what they have interest in... Or what they like Not because they select most correct one, they only want one who media rich guys tell...…..

People Often move towards wrong path, they are like sheep, even if they go correctly, it is random. AND? If they have a shepherd who knows the correct path is the only way.

Democracy is exactly what Torah says: Moses, the right one, vs Koroah, the rich one...…. Or the one who talks better. Or the one who has more fans.. Or the one who seeks self-interests. Or the one who is not G-dly……. And so on boys..


6 Answers

  • 11 months ago

    Everyone is subjected to influence regardless of how much power one may have. In fact, that's all the more reason you should be in favor of democracy. It would be far too easy to corrupt one dictator to do you biding rather than a diverse group of democratically selected individuals.

  • 11 months ago

    You have gone the wrong path for thinking this way, but not everyone needs a babysitter.

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    11 months ago


  • 11 months ago

    S-hole countries are S-hole countries because they are corrupt, the people allow corrupt people to lead them. Democracies are not immune to corruption. Communism and Socialism have been corrupt to begin with.

    The USA is finding out right this second how a Democracy is corrupted, they only find out after. As for the corruption in the USA, the Republicans are corrupted, the Democrats are the seedbed of corruption, and they have obviously corrupted every major part of the government possible.

    The sun is getting real low.

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  • 11 months ago

    No, they don't.

    Like any group, Jews do not all think alike.

  • Anonymous
    11 months ago

    I agree that Jews are only good some times

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