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Different Forms of Government Defined

Anarchy | *Republic* | Democracy | Oligarchy | Monarchy

Table of Contents

  1. Definition of Government
    1. Term-Limits for Officials
    2. Definition of "Laws"
    3. What is a Bill?
  2. WHO Controls Government?
    1. Overview of America
  3. Forms of Government
    1. Anarchy
    2. Republic
    3. FALL of Rome
    4. Democracy
    5. Oligarchy
    6. Aristocracy
    7. Plutocracy
    8. Technocracy
    9. Regime
    10. Cabal
    11. Monarchy
    12. Dictatorship
  4. Additional Resources
  5. Founding Documents
  6. Documentary Movies

Related Resources

"It's a REPUBLIC, ma'am - IF you can keep it."
— Benjamin Franklin (after signing the U.S. Constitution)

"Hence it is that democracies have ever been spectacles of turbulence and contention; have ever been found incompatible with personal security or the rights of property; and in general have been as short in their lives as they have been violent in their deaths... A Republic, by which I mean a government in which a scheme of representation takes place, opens a different prospect and promises the cure for which we are seeking."
— James Madison, Federalist Paper #10 (1788)

Forms of Government are much easier to understand than the international globalists would want you to believe. THEY try to distract you from the IMPORTANT issues with celebrity gossip and NON-issues. The Truth remains simple; the difference is simply WHO or WHAT "rules".

The USA is a "Constitutional Republic", which is the most FREE and secure form of government. Historically, Republics have been downgraded to greedy democracies, hostile anarchies, and are finally ruled by dictators under an oligarchy.

Anarchy: Chaos; Ruled by Nobody

Republic: Rule of Law; Constitution

Democracy: Majority Rules

Oligarchy: Ruled by Elite Group

Monarchy: Ruled by King or Queen

"Democracy will soon degenerate into an anarchy; such an anarchy that every man will do what is right in his own eyes and no man's life or property or reputation or liberty will be secure, and every one of these will soon mould itself into a system of subordination of all the moral virtues and intellectual abilities, all the powers of wealth, beauty, wit, and science, to the wanton pleasures, the capricious will, and the execrable [abominable] cruelty of one or a very few." — John Adams

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WHAT Defines a Government?

Government |ˈgəvər(n)mənt| noun: Governmental. Governmentally. The governing body of a nation, state, or community. Government controls. The system by which a nation, state, or community is governed. The action or manner of controlling or regulating a nation, organization, or people. The group of persons in office at a particular time; administration, executive, regime, authority, powers that be, directorate, council, leadership; cabinet, ministry; informal feds; (the government) Washington. Another term for political science. ORIGIN Middle English : from Old French governement, from governer (govern).

Overview of America
When our Founding Fathers declared independence from the British, they stated that the rights of men are given to them by God - including life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness - and that government should be instituted in order to secure those rights.

Our Founders designed the U.S. government to be a "negative force" which leaves people alone - with the government's sole function being to protect citizens from one another, from foreign governments, and from the government itself. Our government was not designed to be a "positive force" which does things for people, or takes from one person to give to another which in the process gives the government control over both people.

When the Revolutionary war had been won in 1783, the governmental system of the States at that time was weak and did not have power to settle disputes or the power to tax (for the proper needs such as national defense), so in 1787 delegates from 12 of the 13 States met in Philadelphia to revise the system, and they created an entirely new structure known as the Constitution of the United States.

"It is not the business of government to make men virtuous or religious, or to preserve the fool from the consequences of his own folly. Government should be repressive no further than is necessary to secure liberty by protecting the equal rights of each from aggression on the part of others, and the moment governmental prohibitions extend beyond this line they are in danger of defeating the very ends they are intended to serve." — Henry George

"Just think of what Woodrow Wilson stood for: he stood for world government. He wanted an early United Nations, League of Nations. But it was the conservatives, Republicans, that stood up against him." — Ron Paul

"The single most exciting thing you encounter in government is competence, because it's so rare."
— Daniel Patrick Moynihan (1976)

"What this country needs are more unemployed politicians." — Edward Langley

"There's never been a good government." — Emma Goldman

"We must have government, but we must watch them like a hawk." — Millicent Fenwick (1983)

"Reader, suppose you were an idiot. And suppose you were a member of Congress. But I repeat myself." — Mark Twain

"There is no distinctly native American criminal class save Congress." — Mark Twain

"Talk is cheap - except when Congress does it." — Cullen Hightower

"A nation of sheep will beget a government of wolves." — Edward R. Murrow

What about Term-Limits for Elected Government Officials?

On October 2, 1789, the Continental Congress appointed a committee of thirteen to examine forms of government for the impending union of the states. Among the proposals was that from the State of Virginia, written by Thomas Jefferson, urging a limitation of tenure, "to prevent every danger which might arise to American freedom by continuing too long in office the members of the Continental Congress...." The committee made recommendations, which as regards congressional term-limits were incorporated unchanged into the Articles of Confederation (1781-1789). The fifth Article stated that "no person shall be capable of being a delegate [to the Continental Congress] for more than three years in any term of six years."

"The state in which the rulers are the most reluctant to govern is always the best and most quietly governed;
and the state in which they are the most eager, the worst." — Plato

BillWhat is a Law?

First you have to define law. Bastiat defines it for the most part the right of the individual to protect his right to life, liberty and property delegated to government. You can't delegate to government that which you can't lawfully do yourself. So just because it is written by elected legislatures does not make it law.

"Where morality is present, laws are unnecessary.
Without morality, laws are unenforceable."

"There's no way to rule innocent men. The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren't enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible to live without breaking laws." — Ayn Rand

"The United States is a nation of laws, badly written and randomly enforced." — Frank Zappa

How Does a Bill Becomes a Law?

About 25,000 bills are introduced in each term of Congress, but only 10 percent become law. These are the steps in the law-making process. A bill may begin in either the House or the Senate except for money bills, which must be introduced in the House.

  1. Bill is Drafted: Members of Congress, the Executive Branch, and even outside groups can draft (write or draw up) bills.
  2. Introduced in House: Representative introduces the bill in the House. Only members can introduce bills.
  3. Sent to Committee: The Speaker of the House sends the bill to a committee.
  4. Committee Action: Most bills die here. The committee may pigeonhole, table, amend, or vote on the bill. If bill passes, it goes to Rules Committee.
  5. Rules Committee: It decides the rules for debate, and when the bill will come up for debate.
  6. Floor Action: House debates the bill, and may add amendments.
    If a majority votes in favor of the bill, it goes to the Senate.
  7. Bill waiting to be passedIntroduced in Senate: A Senator introduces the bill,
    which is sent to a committee.
  8. Committee Action: Same procedure as in the House.If the committee majority votes for the bill, it goes to the whole Senate.
  9. Bill Called Up: Majority floor leader decides when the whole Senate will consider the bill.
  10. Floor Action: The Bill is debated, and amendments may be added. If a majority votes in favor of the bill, it is returned to the House.
  11. Conference Committee: If the House rejects any of the changes, the bill goes to a conference committee of members from both houses. It works out a compromise.
  12. Vote on Compromise: Both houses must approve changes made by the conference committee. If approved, the bill goes to the president.
  13. Presidential Action: The president may sign (approve) the bill
    or veto (reject) it. If approved, it becomes law.
  14. Vote to Override: If the president vetoes the bill, it can still become law if two thirds of both houses vote to override the veto.

How a Bill Becomes a Law


What is the Constitution?

Constitution |ˌkänstəˈt(y)oō sh ən| noun: A body of fundamental principles or established precedents according to which a state or other organization is acknowledged to be governed. A written record of this: charter, social code, law; bill of rights; rules, regulations. The forming or establishing of something: composition, makeup, structure, construction, arrangement, configuration, formation, anatomy. ORIGIN Middle English (denoting a law, or a body of laws or customs): from Latin constitutio(n-), from constituere ‘establish, appoint’ (constitute).

Charter |ˈ ch ärtər| noun: A written grant by a country's legislative or sovereign power, by which an institution such as a company, college, or city is created and its rights and privileges defined. A written constitution or description of an organization's functions. Grant a charter to (a city, college, or other institution). ORIGIN Middle English : from Old French chartre, from Latin chartula, diminutive of charta ‘paper’ (card).

The Constitution was written to govern the government, not the people or the States - with each of the States assumed to be a "jealous guardian" or it's own sovereignty. The Founders created a central government with strictly LIMITED powers which left the States free to compete with one another to be the "best" state in their offering the least amount of taxation and control over their people.

US Constitution
The Constitution of the United States of America is the supreme law of the United States.
It provides the framework for the organization of the United States Government (Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Branches). The basic written set of principles and precedents of federal government in the U.S., which came into operation in 1789.

In an effort to persuade Americans to adopt the new system of government, essays written by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay were collected into a body known as the Federalist Papers.

The United States Constitution was adopted by the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on September 17, 1787, and was later ratified by conventions in each U.S. state in the name of "We The People". The U.S. Constitution has since been amended 27 times, the first 10 Amendments to the U.S. Constitution are known as the United States Bill of Rights.

Bill of Rights
Although, the first ten amendments to the Constitution are known as the Bill of Rights, they should actaully be known as the "Bill of Limitations on Government," because the Bill of Rights never gave citizens any rights (which citizens already possessed) but rather limited the federal government's power in order to safeguard the God-given rights of the citizens.

Our Founders insisted that Congress shall make no law about speech, religion, the press, the right to assembly, the right to petition, and the right to bear arms - all of which are directed at the government rather than the individuals and the States. The amendments of the Bill of Rights all start with the phrase "Congress shall not _____", except for the tenth Amendment which says in effect "if we forgot anything, Congress can NOT do that either".

Forms of Governement

WHO Controls the Government?

There are two main aspects (NOT wings) of political systems within the different forms of governments: Social beliefs & Economic beliefs. Understanding these terms is essential to understanding WHY the 'right' and the 'left' are always throwing stones at each other. I believe IF the "Conservative Republican" FOX news channel REALLY wanted democrats to jump ship and sign on with the Republican Party, their CFR-controlled corporate media outlet would just tell people the Truth about how OUR Constitutional Republic was designed - and CLEARLY define the terms to eliminate THEIR manufactured confusion clouding these simple issues.

The major types of governmental systems that exist in our world today are:

  1. "Monarchy" meaning ruled by one
  2. "Oligarchy" meaning ruled by a few
  3. "Democracy" meaning ruled by a majority
  4. "Republic" meaning rule by law
  5. "Anarchy" meaning ruled by nobody.

The governmental system of the United States was designed to be a "Republic" by the Framers of the Constitution, and it is explained why such a system is preferable to others. The difference between WHO controls these forms of government is precisely what defines them.

Many people have misconceptions about how to "categorize" the varying types of governments. For example, many people think that Communists are on the "far left", Fascist dictators are on the "far right", and moderate systems like the USA are in the "center". However, the truth is that Fascism is actually on the "far left" of the spectrum rather than the "far right".

A more accurate representation of the spectrum would show government having zero power at the far right, and having 100% power on the far left. (such as Communism, Socialism, Nazism, Fascism, dictators, Kings, ect.) At the middle of the graph is represented by systems such as the United States Constitutional Republic government which protects the rights of it’s people, known as Constitutional Moderate.

Two major types of configurations of goverment and economy types would be:

  1. a Republic with a competitive, free enterprise system economy
  2. an Oligarchy with a monopolistic, state-controlled economy

The practical application of the government and economy in the USA has been gradually shifting to the left on the spectrum from being a free enterprise Republic. See the book "Restoring the Rights of the States and the People".


Understanding Forms of Government

Anarchy | Republic | Democracy | Oligarchy | Monarchy

Conservative Political Spectrum
Controlled Government vs Controlling Government
democracy Vote vs Republic Law
Free Market System


An Overview of America (JBS)


What is an Anarchy? Beware Infiltrators!

Anarchy |ˈanərkē| noun: A state of disorder DUE to absence or nonrecognition of authority. Absence of government and absolute freedom of the individual. Lawlessness, nihilism, mobocracy, insurrection, disorder, chaos, mayhem, tumult, turmoil. ORIGIN mid 16th century: via medieval Latin from Greek anarkhia, from anarkhos, from an- ‘without’ + arkhos ‘chief, ruler’.

Anarchism in America
REAL Anarchists do NOT hold meetings to discuss how to advertise and govern their "Anarchy" - just like atheists do NOT attend Atheist churches every Sunday. The REAL Anarchists are more interested in self-sustainability, in growing their own food, and basically taking care of themselves - because they are responsible and do NOT need a leader nor government to babysit and provide them with 'welfare'.

Anarchy means "without government." At times in the past, some people have concluded that many of man's worse crimes were committed by governments, so they decided that having no government might be a good idea, but this is a mistaken view - as the ancient Greeks stated: "Without law, there can be no freedom," and the Founding Fathers agreed, knowing that some laws would be necessary to protect a civilized society.

In a state of Anarchy, everyone needs to constantly guard life, liberty, and property, and the lives of family members. Also everyone needs to be armed and movement is restricted due to property needing to be protected at all times, therefore a proper amount of government makes everyone freer.

Although an anarchy may SEEM like the social system with the MOST Freedom - anarchy is NOT REALLY as "free" as one might expect. In an anarchy, there are no laws in place TO PROTECT YOUR FREEDOM. Anyone can 'legally' steal your car, break into your home, rape your children, and murder you without any 'legal' consequences. So in an anarchy, people must stay close to their posessions or they will inevitably lose them. You wouldn't even have the FREEDOM to go to work, nor to tend your crops in your field - without keeping an eye on your house, family, and belongings to make sure they are protected. This is precisely WHY the colonies eventually hired Sheriffs to guard them and protect their freedom. Early settlements created basic laws to protect people so they were FREE to live and prosper.

People living in such chaos often go to those best able to put an end to it and beg them to take control to restore order, but usually the people who are best able to put an end to the chaos are the very people who started it (fake anarchists like black bloc), therefore those faux "anarchists" will eventually form an oligarchy. This is exactly what happened in Russia leading to Lenin taking total power, and in Germany were Hitler’s brownshirts created the chaos needed to put him into power. Anarchy exists only as a temporary transition from a form of government that exists, to a form of government desired by the power hungry elite.

Anarchy is simply a transitional phase between a Republic, a degeneration into democracy, followed by a brief period of anarchy, and eventually an oligarchy finally implemented "to restore the order" - an oligarchy that was desired, crafted, inherited and controlled by the elite people seeking power.

Police State 2000 Operation Urban Warrior
This deliberate agitation is most transparently illustrated by the WTO mercinaries, hired to dress up in black masks posing as (fake) "anarchists" attending the 1999 WTO protests in Seattle, Washington; the treasonous Black Bloc destroyed property until the NWO's military storm troopers and local police unleashed a fury of tear gas and began to arrest the otherwise peaceful PEACE protesters, who were using their First Amendment rights of FREE-SPEECH to voice their opinion.

The protesters thought the United States should NOT be in the criminal practices of the UN, WTO, WHO, FAO, CAC, and specifically the trade agreements with the SPP including CAFTA, NAFTA, and GATT (of which Obama used to secure the Labor Union's voters by promising to GET THEM OUT OF these treasonous trade agreements). The same is true for many other events like G8 & G20; the fake anarchists wear NEW black clothes still with creases from factory folding, they wear police issue military boots, and the cowards always cover their faces because they're afraid of being documented as traitors.

"Democracy will soon degenerate into an anarchy; such an anarchy that every man will do what is right in his own eyes and no man's life or property or reputation or liberty will be secure, and every one of these will soon mould itself into a system of subordination of all the moral virtues and intellectual abilities, all the powers of wealth, beauty, wit, and science, to the wanton pleasures, the capricious will, and the execrable [abominable] cruelty of one or a very few." — John Adams


Republican Party What is a Republic?

Republic |riˈpəblik| noun: A state in which supreme power is held by the people and their elected representatives, and which has an elected or nominated president rather than a monarch. A community or group with a certain equality between its members. ORIGIN late 16th cent.: from French république, from Latin respublica, from res ‘concern’ + publicus ‘of the people, public.’

Many people think that the system of government in America is a "democracy," however it is actually a "Republic" and knowing the difference between these two types of governments is essential in understanding American politics.

"It's a REPUBLIC, ma'am - IF you can keep it."
- Ben Franklin (after signing the U.S. Constitution)

A Republic is REALLY the rule of law. The word "Republic" comes from two words: Res meaning "concern," and Publicus meaning "public," therefore Republic means "concern for the public", or "the law". A true Republic is one where the government is limited by law, leaving the people alone. America’s founders had a clean slate to write on, so rather than setting up an oligarchy, they set up the rule of law in a Republic. For example, in the "old west" when a lynch mob captures a suspected criminal, instead of hanging him because the majority votes for it, the suspected criminal (defendant) is given a trial due to "the rule of law" in a Republic instead of the "mob rule" of democracy.

"We are a Republican government. Real liberty is never found in despotism
or in the extremes of democracy." — Alexander Hamilton

Republican Party
Republics have a Constitution or Charter that cannot be changed by the whim of the majority at any time they want (like in a democracy). Republics have basic laws like: no killing, no stealing. These laws protect the basic "God-given" FREEDOMS of: right to free speech so we are FREE to think, believe and say whatever we want; right to privacy from warrantless searches; right to a fair trial so we cannot be punished for something we didn't do; and the rights to keep our own business earnings so we are free to live and prosper. A really good example of this is the Church and the 10 Commandments; churches will never hold a vote to see if we can kill, steal, and covet this week BECAUSE the 10 Commandments are permanent laws.

Fall of the RepublicOur Bill of Rights does NOT give you any rights! The Bill of Rights was written to RESTRICT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT's rights by enumerating their only powers - so they cannot claim to have powers that they do not have. The 2nd amendment does NOT give you the "freedom to bear arms" (which was given to you by your creator) - it does however RESTRICT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT from encroaching upon your "God-given" rights to bear arms. In fact people in the original colonies were actually expected to be armed (and trained) in order to help as a militia and protect the people's freedom in their area.

The U.S. Constitution enumerates the powers of the federal government, while the Bill of Rights limits them from adding more powers later on (the power to mandate health INSURANCE is a perfect example of this). Any rights NOT delegated to the federal governement by the U.S. Constitution are reserved by the states; READ the 10th Amendment.

"Hence it is that democracies have ever been spectacles of turbulence and contention; have ever been found incompatible with personal security or the rights of property; and in general have been as short in their lives as they have been violent in their deaths... A Republic, by which I mean a government in which a scheme of representation takes place, opens a different prospect and promises the cure for which we are seeking." — James Madison, Federalist Papers, the McClean Edition, Federalist Paper #10, page 81, 1788

"[On ancient Athens]: In the end, more than freedom, they wanted security. They wanted a comfortable life, and they lost it all - security, comfort, and freedom. When the Athenians finally wanted not to give to society but for society to give to them, when the freedom they wished for most was freedom from responsibility, then Athens ceased to be free and was never free again." — Edward Gibbon

Historical FALL of the Roman Republic & Constitution

The Romans adopted Solan's ideas and created the Twelve Tables of the Roman Law and chartered a Republic with a Constitution that limited Government power and left the people alone. Since government was limited, the people were free to produce, with the understanding that they could keep the fruits of their labor, and in time Rome became wealthy and the envy of the world.

Eventually the people of Rome forgot that the essence of freedom is the proper limitation of government and that when government power grows, people’s freedom recedes. Power seeking politicians began to exceed the powers granted them in the Roman Constitution, such as by using government power to take property from some and give it to others through agriculture subsidies followed by housing and welfare programs.

As government power continued to expand, the private sector was increasingly taxed which led to productivity declining, then shortages developing, followed by mobs of people roaming the streets demanding bread and services from the government, with many induced to trade freedom for security. Eventually the whole system came crashing down, and Rome went from a Republic to a Democracy to an Oligarchy under a progression of the Caesars (now known as Papal Caesars) that never gave up their throne in Rome.

"We can keep a Republic,
or we will eventually end up with an Oligarchy
- a tyranny of the elite." — Benjamin Franklin


Democratic Party What does "Spreading Democracy" Mean?

Spreading Democracy
|diˈmäkrəsē| noun: A system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state. Control of an organization or group by the majority of its members. ORIGIN late 16th century: from French démocratie, via late Latin from Greek dēmokratia, from dēmos ‘the people’ + -kratia ‘power, rule.’

The word "Democracy" comes from two words: Demos meaning "people," and Kratia meaning "to rule," therefore democracy means "Majority Rule". Majority rule may sound like a good idea, but essentially it actually translates to mean "mob rule." The flaw of Democracy is that the majority is NOT "restrained" - meaning if more than half of the people can be persuaded to want something in a democracy, that whim will rule.

"A democracy is nothing more than mob rule,
where 51% of the people may take away the rights of the other 49%."
~ Thomas Jefferson

"Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch.
Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote!" — Benjamin Franklin

"Democracy is the road to socialism." — Karl Marx (father of communism)

Hacking Democracy
A Democracy is most simply majority rule. In a REAL democracy EVERYONE VOTES ON EVERYTHING! Democracies need NO constitution because laws can be changed at anytime to fit the needs of the majority vote. Minorities will typically lose their rights and be persecuted in a democracy. For example, if 51% of the people are adults, the majority can vote to have kids do all the work - and the kids could not do anything about losing this vote in a democracy.

"Our real disease - which is democracy."
~ Alexander Hamilton

Democracies work fine if we're talking about a family of four voting on what to have for dinner - but when you consider how much work is involved in having EVERYONE in a country as large as the United States, vote on every single issue brought up in Congress everyday = you'll realize why our founding fathers gave us a Republican form of government - as opposed to a democracy. Our founders knew this well because the early Greek democracies all failed, and actually produced some of the most tyranical governments in the history of the world.

"Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself.
There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide." — John Adams

The War on Democracy
Many people would be surprised to learn that the word "democracy" does NOT appear in the Declaration of Independence, NOR in the U.S. Constitution, NOR does the word "democracy" appear in any of the Constitutions of the 50 States. However our founding fathers knew exactly what democracy was and were adamant in insisting that the USA be a REPUBLIC - rather than a democracy, which the John Birch Society describes as a transition between a Republic and an Oligarchy. In fact our founders did everything they could to protect the United States from ending up with a "democracy" form of government.

"We can keep a Republic, or we will eventually end up with an Oligarchy - a tyranny of the elite." — Benjamin Franklin

"We are a Republican government. Real liberty is never found in despotism or in the extremes of democracy." — Alexander Hamilton

The saddest part about this, is that the TV has convinced MOST Americans that the USA is a "democracy" - and the fact that MORE THAN 51% still believe everything they hear on TV would be our demise...

"A democracy is a volcano which conceals the fiery materials of its own destruction. These will produce an eruption and carry desolation in their way. The known propensity of a democracy is to licentiousness [disregarding accepted rules or conventions] which the ambitious call, and ignorant believe to be liberty."
— Fisher Ames

The Founding Fathers had good reason to think of democracy with contempt, due to their knowledge of history of democracy in the early Greek city-states which produced some of the wildest excesses of government imaginable - in every case ending up with mob rule leading to anarchy and finally tyranny under an oligarchy. During that period in Greece, there was a man named Solan who urged creation of a fixed body of laws which are not subject to majority whims, however the Greeks never adopted his ideas.

The Romans adopted Solan’s ideas and created the twelve tables of the Roman Law and built a Republic that limited Government power and left the people alone. Since government was limited, the people were free to produce, with the understanding that they could keep the fruits of their labor, and in time Rome became wealthy and the envy of the world.

"A democracy is always temporary in nature; it simply cannot exist as a permanent form of government. A democracy will continue to exist up until the time that voters discover that they can vote themselves generous gifts from the public treasury. From that moment on, the majority always votes for the candidates who promise the most benefits from the public treasury, with the result that every democracy will finally collapse due to loose fiscal policy, which is always followed by a dictatorship." — Alexander Tytler (1787)


WHO Controls an Oligarchy?

Oligarch |ˈäliˌgärk; ˈōl-| noun: a ruler in an oligarchy.
ORIGIN late 19th cent.: from Greek oligarkhēs, from oligoi ‘few’ + arkhein ‘to rule.’

The Round Table
|ˈäliˌgärkē; ˈōli-| noun ( pl. -chies): Oligarchy is literally rule by a few. A small group of people having control of a country, organization, or institution : the ruling oligarchy of military men around the president. A state governed by such a group : the English aristocratic oligarchy of the 19th century. ORIGIN late 15th century: from Greek oligarkhia (probably via medieval Latin).

Oligarchy means "rule by a group," which is how most of the nations of the world are governed today and throughout history. Most of the nations of the world are ruled only by a powerful few.

An Oligarchy is a form of government controlled by a group, council, or a board of directors. Oligarchies typically have no constitution nor charter - and the CONTROLLERS have the freedom to rule however they see fit. Citizens have no vote and must put up with whatever their tyrannical rulers decide to do with them. Most current forms of government, including the Queen of England AND her advisors, and especially communist governements like China and Russia, are almost all oligarchies.



WHO Controls an Aristocracy?

illuminati Aristocrat
|ˌariˈstäkrəsē| noun: Aristocracy is rule by a traditional elite, held to be made up of 'the best' people, and is usually hereditary. An aristocracy is the highest class in certain societies, esp. those holding hereditary titles or offices. A form of government in which power is held by the nobility. A state governed by the nobility. A figurative group regarded as privileged or superior in a particular sphere.

ORIGIN late 15th century: from Old French aristocratie, from Greek aristokratia, from aristos ‘best’ + -kratia ‘power.’ The term originally denoted the government of a state by its best citizens, later by the rich and wellborn, hence the sense [nobility,] regardless of the form of government (mid 17th century).

‎"Already THEY have raised up a money aristocracy. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people to whom it properly belongs."
- Thomas Jefferson

Federal Reserve Pyramid Scheme

WHAT Controls a Plutocracy?

Plutocracy |ploōˈtäkrəsē| noun: plutocratic. plutocratically. Government by the WEALTHY. Plutocracy is rule by the (necessarily few) very rich. A country or society governed by the wealthy. An elite or ruling class of people whose power derives from their wealth. ORIGIN mid 17th century: from Greek ploutokratia, from ploutos ‘wealth’ + kratos ‘strength, authority’.

  • IMF
  • World Bank
  • Central Banks
  • Federal Reserve
  • Bank of International Settlement


WHO Controls a Technocracy?

Technocracy |tekˈnäkrəsē| noun: The government or control of society or industry by an elite of technical experts. An instance or application of this. An elite of technical experts. ORIGIN early 20th century: from Greek tekhnē ‘art, craft’ + -cracy .


Invisible Empire: A New World Order Defined
WHAT Controls a Regime?

Regime |riˈ zh ēm; rā-| (also régime) noun: A government, esp. an authoritarian government: system of government, authorities, rule, authority, control, command, administration, leadership. ORIGIN late 15th century (in the sense [regimen]): French régime, from Latin regimen ‘rule’ (regimen). Sense 1 dates from the late 18th century (with original reference to the Ancien Régime).

A system or planned way of doing things, esp. one imposed from above.

A coordinated program for the promotion or restoration of health; a regimen, system, arrangement, order, pattern, method, procedure, routine, course, plan, program. The conditions under which a scientific or industrial process occurs.


WHO Controls a Cabal?

Cabal |kəˈbäl; -ˈbal| noun: A secret political clique or faction : a cabal of dissidents. ORIGIN late 16th century (denoting the cabbala): from French cabale, from medieval Latin cabala (Kabbalah).

  1. Plot: If ONE PERSON comes up with a secret plan to do something,
    especially with evil or mischievous intent (Lone Gunman THEORY).
  2. Conspiracy: If MORE THAN ONE PERSON or groups are involved in the plot.
  3. Cabal: usually applies to a small group of political conspirators
  4. Machination (usually plural) suggests deceit and cunning in devising a plot intended to harm someone.
  5. Intrigue: involves more complicated scheming or maneuvering than a plot,
    and often employs underhanded methods in an attempt to gain one's own ends.

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illustration of how a dictator controls peopleA King Rules in a Monarchy?

Monarch |ˈmänərk; ˈmänˌärk| noun: A sovereign head of state. ORIGIN late Middle English : from late Latin monarcha, from Greek monarkhēs, from monos ‘alone’ + arkhein ‘to rule’. Elizabeth II has been Britain's reigning monarch since 1953; sovereign, ruler, the Crown, crowned head, potentate; king, queen, emperor, empress, prince, princess.

Monarchy |ˈmänərkē; ˈmänˌär-| noun ( pl. -chies): A form of government with a monarch at the head. A state that has a monarch. The monarch and royal family of a country : the monarchy is the focus of loyalty and service. ORIGIN late Middle English : from Old French monarchie, via late Latin from Greek monarkhia ‘the rule of one.’

A monarchy is a dictatorship government ruled by one King or by one Queen. A monarch is free to do whatever he/she wants without any regard for their subjects. The Kings and Queens of England would be one of the best examples - but the Queen of England actually has advisors (such as Evelyn de Rothschild) that can also create laws and policy.

Monarchy or dictatorship means "rule by one", which does not exist in the practical sense, but rather it is always a group that puts one of it’s members up front. A King has a council of Nobles or Earls, and dictators have their bureaucrats or commissars - therefore monarchy actually means "rule by a group." So actually, monarchies or dictatorships are always actually "Oligarchies". The Monarchy form of government doesn't REALLY exist anymore by it's true definition.


WHAT is a Dictatorship?

Dictator |ˈdikˌtātər| noun: A ruler with total power over a country, typically one who has obtained power by force. A person who tells people what to do in an autocratic way or who determines behavior in a particular sphere: autocrat, absolute ruler, despot, tyrant, oppressor, autarch. A chief magistrate in ancient Rome with absolute power, appointed in an emergency. ORIGIN late Middle English : from Latin, from dictat- ‘dictated,’ from the verb dictare (dictate).

Dictatorship |dikˈtātərˌ sh ip; ˈdiktātər-| noun: Government by a dictator. A country governed by a dictator. Absolute authority in any sphere: absolute rule, undemocratic rule, despotism, tyranny, autocracy, autarchy, authoritarianism, totalitarianism, fascism; oppression, repression.

Totalitarian |tōˌtaliˈte(ə)rēən| adjective: A system of government that is centralized and dictatorial and requires complete subservience to the state.



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