Mara’s Dictionary – government; politics

government [s] – (n) a hinderance to the well-being of its people. (see also politics)

politics [s] – (n) a hinderance to the well-being of the people of other nations. (see also government)

See the rest of Mara’s Dictionary.

2 thoughts on “Mara’s Dictionary – government; politics”

  1. umm… did you click the link?

    This is a “dictionary” of cynical definitions, though it may have some truth in it.

    Of course, I still don’t think a liberial government is a perfect system. Far from it. But it is better than other forms of governments… at present at least.

    However we are talking about different things when we are talking about a capitalist government. A free market economy like the US, where things are left much to market forces, is in a way anarchic. It is one that allows stronger forces to dictate the outcome. This does not mean it is the better forces dictate so it is a flawed also.


  2. Of course, we need some recognised form of law to prevent ourselves from delving into chaos. Anarchy, not only the lack of government but the idea of self-rule, is too idealistic. A liberarian government, one where there is few standards and keeps itself out of the military and economy, is much better.


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