FEATURED WEEKLY ARTICLE
LIBERT VS DEMOCRACY
The relationship between Liberty and Democracy is complicated because being part of a democracy usually entails limiting many personal and social liberties at the expense of democratic rivalry politics, intrigues and let us go after politicians and loyalists on the other team, while often, people to safeguard their real individual rights put limits on democracy. There can be one-party, two or twenty-five ones, only libertarian doctrines and policies can yield the much-wanted Liberty.
The radical liberal agenda and its disease are spreading globally, and they must be stopped. It is time to stop hating each other because of politics. Nevertheless, changes can only be achieved by preaching and delivering peaceful, non-violent messages, free of hatred, and retribution. We must bring all Patriots and Libertarians together, making sure that the rules of laws our founder’s fathers planted together are never erased from this world, as they are biblical to humanity.
The Govin Factor believes in Liberty, but not necessarily in having multiple parties. What for we need multiple political parties? Oh yes! to have their government officials go to endless meetings and drink much coffee in them. We, the ordinary people, can govern ourselves to build a prosperous world with just small blueprints drafted by a small non-oppressive government. For example, the Cuban government can keep the name of their party and even just one single party, but if they adopt Libertarian doctrines and ideals, bringing Cuba and United States closer under negotiations where the Republican Party is also on board, its future seems bright. We support, indeed, some Democratic leaders like Cory Booker, but believe that libertarian politicians have better intentions for their voters.
The Govin Factor, Conservative Libertarian & Green
* Radical Liberals – a Radical Progressivist Fraction within the Democratic Party