Democracy: How Much and for Whom?

We delved into the humanoid roots of our collective problems long enough; now let’s focus on the Trojan horses built on them. Indeed, on that basis lots of different facets of suppression pile up, of which the media hammering us with plain exploitations of such humanoid vulnerabilities like simulated closeness, simulated seniority and simulated “everybody knows” is but one of the many fronts.
Later on, it may be a profitable exercise to review the humanoid faults and their exploitations, the related experiments and their resulting statistics, from an essentially quantitative point of view, and try to estimate their actual weights on the fates of us all. Loose cannons, as the Poet said, «We Do What We're Told». But how much destruction can these loose cannons bring about, to what degree survival is at stake? And then estimating how much on these premises democracy too is turned inside out – just as almost anything else on such premises can be, for that matter.

In fact, and specifically in terms of both quantity and freedom, if this general scene we may label humanoid weren’t already enough, there’s a maintained if controversial claim that the outcome of votes and elections is always determined by not only a minority of the electorate, but by the worst minority as well: the most … (full list of humanoid faults here), incompetent and easily manipulated by propaganda minority is always the one that holds the balance of power and tips the scales. If so, this demonstrates that humanoids repay any effort in making them humanoid first, and then in manipulating them, by acting through the vote mechanism as a powerful multiplier of any such effort. Whether those unflinching are stubborn or those unstable are fickle, the point of overcoming those very same faults applies in both cases.