In the annals of history it is well documented that a government without flaw remains a non-existent entity.
On the other tier, it is well noted that a government which is apologetic in times of an administrative error is most likely to have the nation’s interest at the depths of its heart.
It is also stated that whenever a government becomes destructive or ill-used, it is the duty of the people either to remove or alter it in order to form new guards for their inner security.
In today’s world, the immediate changing of any destructive regime is at most times seemingly an impossible task.
The subtle manipulation of human resources and state machineries, to gain meagre partisan mileage, tends to buffer the bulwark of dictatorship.
History has also shown us that no government can be installed for a period of eternity, neither should any government be removed from office for light and transient causes, but it is a necessary prerequisite that vociferous voices must be sounded in times of serious disenchantment.
However, the dormant side of man is at most times enveloped with the theory of “Petty Acquisition” in his quest for that tranquil atmosphere, thus dampening his conscience of arousal in wake of dictatorship and oppression, despite being the custodian of the keys for his liberation.
On the last and final tier, there are those people who like a non-bleating flock of sheep, metamorphosize themselves into the silence of the lambs, whenever faced with an oppressive and destructive regime, not caring for anything of tomorrow.
Ronald Alexander Drakes
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