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Big Brother ^-1

Orwell's dystopia inverted
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Democracy is good, but will be far better filling all the ambit public and private of the representatives with cameras and mics. Then, you can watch the president's live channel, or the channel of the vice-minister of health, or the channel of the senator X.

Anyone at, let's say, two levels below the president, plus parliament members, must resign their privacy before assume.

For state secrets meetings, a small room without monitoring system would be enough.

If a politician is catched doing something improper, the system will not warrant justice, but at less, some public disapointing.

Real democracy at a glance.

piluso, May 22 2015


       The correct Answer to the classic Question, "Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?" ("Who will watch the watchers?") is:   

Vernon, May 22 2015

       //The correct Answer to the classic Question, "Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?" // is: "Why are you speaking Latin? This is Milton Keynes."
MaxwellBuchanan, May 22 2015

       [MaxwellBuchanan], that classic Question was originally stated in Latin. That's why it is a CLASSIC Question!
Vernon, May 23 2015

       You're onto something if celebrities play the role of politicians, providing nothing but political theatre for decisions which are strictly made by direct democracy.   

       Slightly like watching Charles fondle animals in Australia?
4and20, May 23 2015

       I never did! That sheep's a liar.   

       //"Why are you speaking Latin? This is Milton Keynes."// More like, "durrr, wot are you loik, nob"
pocmloc, May 23 2015

       nancy piluso?
pashute, May 26 2015

       //nancy piluso?// Nop, I'm David.
piluso, May 29 2015


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