Comments on: Moroccan Islamists quit Arab Spring-inspired opposition movement http://blogs.reuters.com/faithworld/2011/12/20/moroccan-islamists-quit-arab-spring-inspired-opposition-movement/ Religion, faith and ethics Sat, 23 Apr 2016 23:25:07 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: franknolo http://blogs.reuters.com/faithworld/2011/12/20/moroccan-islamists-quit-arab-spring-inspired-opposition-movement/comment-page-1/#comment-32107 Sat, 24 Dec 2011 21:36:30 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/faithworld/?p=24212#comment-32107 In a democracy, there is no such thing as the existance of a Monarchy. A monarchy is essetially an assertion by a head of state that he has power, or the ability to rule, based upon some divine right that cannot be subject to invalidation by any legal means. Morocco, and all the other countries in the world that have Monarchies, are part of an old-school methodology of government that is continuing to fade from the public spehere. The reality is that all people involved in government must be elected by people, and not by unseen forces. The King of Morocco, and all that follow him, are following a cult, just like in North Korea, Saudi Arabia and anywhere else where you have groups of people that willingly subject themselves to be subservient to another according to anything but logic. The era of Kings is fading, and the fraud of the King of Morocco is also fading. Moroccans must pursue true democracy, and the very fact that other governments, such as the US government, keeps supporting these ‘kings’ in the middle east (while at the same time they enjoy democracy back at home), is a testament to the hippocracy of many so-called democtratic governments. Just by his mere existance, the King of Morocco puts a permanent limit on the aspirations of Moroccan people all around the world. Some day all Moroccans will realize that they don’t need a king for their lives, and their contributions to the world, to be recognized.

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