The iron law of oligarchy is a political theory, first developed by Robert Michels in his 1911 book, Political Parties. It states that all organizations will eventually become an oligarchy of a handful of elites. All forms of organization, regardless of how democratic or autocratic they may be at the start, will eventually and inevitably develop oligarchic tendencies, thus making true democracy practically and theoretically impossible.
With governments it proves true whether it is capitalist or socialist-communist. The bigger the bureaucracy, and the more power it wields, the more inclined it is to become an oligarchy.
So today we have the makings of an unrivaled global government on the horizon. In light of this reality, we must consider what kind of oligarchy we’ll be sure to get. So what you have to ask yourself is which system will be worse when it reaches its oligarchical climax. As it turns out, we have 2 perfect examples in history: USSA & USSR. Ask yourself which was worse for its people during its reign, and which one lasted the longest before imploding (meaning actual functionality).
We all know these answers. The funny thing is, the Soviet system was inherently flawed on this scale, whereas its taken 95 years of Federal Reserve robbing the public to still not kill the system via its normal measures. It wasn’t until the Banksters went for the final death blow via engineered economic collapse and artificial tripling of fuel costs at the same time to still not completely kill us off.
Now I’m not condoning this cruel system, but if I had to choose between forms of oligarchy the choice is easy. Following the Iron Law, choosing a system should be the choice between what kind of oligarchy do you want to end up with. Therefore, the idea of an unrivaled communistic global government is absolute insanity.
“God forbid we should ever be twenty years without such a rebellion.” -Thomas Jefferson