Re: theos-talk Voter is always right in Democracy - Theosophical Election confirms it
Aug 15, 2011 05:52 PM
by Cass Silva
Don't agree with that summation. ÂVoters can be bought, cajoled, and even if their vote elects a Borgia does not mean that the voter got it right.Â
>From: MKR <mkr777@_4IRzqGj8dEn9gWCs4MqIbOXhLUDSMLdNStHchin_gQ7jOClA2458M0HQjWDgWQGutC6pemOCKHVlg.yahoo.invalid>
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>Sent: Tuesday, 16 August 2011 3:53 AM
>Subject: theos-talk Voter is always right in Democracy - Theosophical Election confirms it
>In a democratic system, in the ultimate analysis, the voter is always right.
>This was proven in the 2008 election of the International President.
>Unsubstantiated allegations of ill health of the International President was
>put forward by some of the well known theosophists as a reason why she
>should not be re-elected. But the voters did not buy this argument since no
>one could substantiate the allegation with indisputable independent facts
>and the President was reelected for another term with resounding majority of
>Reviewing the situation today after three years is interesting. The
>President is healthy, traveling and lecturing and carrying on the duties
>successfully. Those who tried to defeat her have disappeared from the scene
>and one wonders how healthy they are today.
>The moral of the story is simple. There is always the hidden hand in action
>in the destiny of democratic organizations which guides them to their
>welfare. Once more this has been proven to be true.
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