Pat Condell arguing that the current political order in Europe needs to be overthrown.
One minor quibble I have with Mr. Condells item: Votes do no equal democracy. Richard North sees the same flaw in the argument, saying that we need to understand that electing officials does not a democracy make. Democracy, is not about choosing officials, but of controlling them once they are in office.
And it is that control we lack. Currently our leaders do not fear the people, do not even respect the people. Our governors should (re-)learn to fear us. We need to re-establish control over our leaders.