Democracy is a puppet

Kaushiki Ishwar
2 min readSep 12, 2020

I have started to manifest that good dictators will be much healthier than a filthy democracy. With thousands of mind, you get an upsurge of opinions where heaps of them will be better pushed in a trashcan. Moreover, three fourth of the time it results into chaos and which I furthermore add that democracy invites chaos and that is inevitable if a palpable policy is to be put in framework.

Like the foundational pillars of democracy that is withstanded to safeguard it from crippling, India with a burgeoning population has four pillars of creating befuddlement. Legislative, the one that starts the process of drafting bizarre and prolix filled pages and the steps are profusely carved so as to attract controversies.

Proceeding towards step two that is implementing politically and less moral jargons into acts and this does not pass until septuagenarian’s verbose sit in traffic and decide its pros and cons. A democracy is a skill which can only be well depicted by a con artist who has refined fingernails and glossy figs like projections so as to straddle tightly the necks of the masses.

The con artist decides the fate of its blip like populations who certainly believes van the slightest hoax turned into hopes. This democratic circus is befriended by bondsman of the con artist who institutionalizes things that the con artist desire so as to extract every inch of benefit drawn out of human stupidity and precariousness. Parody of democracy is well portrayed in the very controversial film ‘The dictator’ where the admiral general Aladeen played by the hilarious Sasha Baron Cohen. The dictator make sores that his rule never feigns and with his last speech at the United Nations headquarters in the United States, he brings out a satirical comparison between democracy and dictatorship and how democracy is slowly falling into the mucky hands of dictatorship. Democracy is flawed and so are its media depictions.

The television networks looks flawless and disenfranchised from the outside but its rottenness is never gaping the walls of honesty. Democracy is a premise full of lies where the only truth is freedom of expression and that is even monitored to babysit the hollow politicians. The unpredictability of any governance is institutionalised in its constitution and democracy leads by holding a hand and that hand is never bitten rather betrayed by its makers. Whether halls have hallowing noises and unnecessary screeching discussion whether democracy is a puppet or are we the monopolisers.

In the end, chaos is inevitable.

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Kaushiki Ishwar

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