>>8537917>People can peacefully coexist without a government
sure, but how would you handle theft in a no-government land?
the typical response is that there will be mercenaries which fulfill security duty.
the problem is these mercenaries quickly turn into roving bands of mafia thugs trying to extort money out of business owners for "protection".
so you inevitably have to create some monopoly of force, that being the government.
unless you have some alternative idea which addresses this?>>8539053
unfortunately there is no way to restructure how our voting system works without sacrificing at least one of the virtues we hold dearly to the democratic process.
such as no dictatorship.
it's the unfortunate case of democracy.
there will always be winners and losers.
it's a shitty system, and many people will inevitably be disappointed with their vote, but it's better than the rest to handle politics.