Commentary: Democratic Anarchy
Or also: Coordinated Anarchy
The “anarchist” type has been so twisted throughout the media that some people truly do not trust it. This makes me wonder.
Not because some people have misunderstood what anarchy is, but that some people do not realise they participate in it more and more.
People will generally “fall in line” to follow the original order, but when things do not go their way they will demand a change of scene. When this is multiple persons doing so, it becomes democracy.
When the change of scene involves going against an “order,” it becomes anarchy. Generally, the people want “freedom” to express. How to achieve this is by generating chaos in order to make order, otherwise the attempt may fall silent.
Witnessed at the Keyser council meetings, the citizens have generated chaotic order against the order in-order for their voices to be heard. Refusing to be suppressed, the citizens worked together as a democracy to get what they want. If it included speaking out, that is what they did – remember, the citizens employee these officials.
It continues further as the water rates are going haywire.
More people are advocating their right to express, and go against this scene due to it evidently be malformed.
The citizens are even going as far as to oust particular parts of the local government. No, I’m not saying they’re attempting to disassemble the government, but it’s obvious they’re attempting to get it back on track.
What channels these outbursts more is that it appears the administration is selectively hearing people. While one person is called to be out-of-order, another is able to speak freely. The citizens see this and label it foul play – Never getting the last word.
Then you have other people portraying the citizens that are demanding progression and correction to be the evil type. While some of them may have bad intentions, it is clear that they are doing what they can do for their voices to be heard.
If things were fair, it would not be this way.