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This post was edited by ztoa789 at 2016-5-8 07:51|
It is not about one party or two parties or multiple parties, it is not about what kind of ways people elect politicians. It is how wealth is distributed, it is who government's money works for.
Among the super rich (big corps), the families of politicians, people who work hard and fair to earn a better lives, parasites, who do the government take care of first, second, third, etc.
Whether it is in Britain or US, whether it is in India or Russia in 90s, government officiers works for the super rich and big corps first. The elected politicians won't sacrifice the interest of super rich and themselves for 99%.
The so called democracy is a just a platform to let 99% to fight against each other over the crumbs left by the super rich and politicians, it doesn't matter there are two parties or 100 parties, it doesn't matter it is representative democracy or not.
Don't waste so much energy on how this system is different from others, down to earth, you have to check results. So focusing on the distribution of wealth. If two systems have similar distribution of wealth, then essentially they are the same.