America's implication of democracy is not practical to th e rest of the world

May 30, 2015, 9:01 am

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The debate "America's implication of democracy is not practical to th e rest of the world" was started by sdiop on May 30, 2015, 9:01 am. 25 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 7 people are on the disagree side. That might be enough to see the common perception. It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.

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Because it is implicated with America as centre of focus so it cannot be generalized. But America tries to impose its culture, philosophy and system to gain world power and it(the American system of society and administration) is not ideal for the vast majority of people. It will only enslave the most part of the world culturally, and ideologically.It is blurring reality and leading world through propaganda.

In times of war when survival crisis zooms, the crippled, US depended countries will have a lot to lose. For common Americans the word democracy (as guided by Us towards privatization and capitalism) has nothing to do with personal freedom and individuality and equality(which can be brought about by any country with an honest, transparent governance which cares for every class of society practically and theoretically and some other thing
s tha can be explained by diplomacy and political analysis to maintain constant struggle and harmony, with equal oppertunity and similar socio-economic conditions)

The core truth is that the way the world is being guided in aforementioned aspects, it will increase economic gap and this will bring the survival crisis as mentioned earlier. Remember that common people have fundamental needs which are similar and the theory that few control the world is only ideal when democracy is carried out with farsighted ideals that will sustain and bind the diversity of the world and individuality and thus control the world with the approach and intent of work, duty and common way of survival so that control doesn't become the word that we take it for at this time of civilization

3 years, 7 months ago

Well no, of course it isn't practical for countries like Iran which run a theocratic style of government.
About ISIS. No, democracy won't stop the group from forming. But it certainly can combat the group and still remain a country. Nigeria, for example, is fighting against Boko Haram in the North, and Nigeria had never been more of a democracy at this point in history.

4 years ago

well, some regions of the world can't take democracy because of existong public philosophies. Many countries in the midle east fo example or so influenced from war, terrorism and oppression that running, killing all the TURRURISTS and forceing equality on a population that has a very atrong anti american mesaage in their heads as well as an idea of misogyny and srrixt religou beliefs is the last thing they need. Also adding democracy isn't going to get rid of ISIS or stop these groups from forming

4 years ago

Why do you say that, sdiop?

4 years ago
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