• "America may be the epitome of democracy, the finest form of government the world has ever identified. The globe envies our kind of government by the individuals." • "America could be the freest nation on Earth." • "In America we have something called freedom which those in other countries do not have and wish they did." • "It's a free country." • "Everyone in the rest of the globe dreams of coming to America."
These cherished fanatical beliefs of America and its propagandists have no genuine basis truly or fact, in spite of this they're chanted by many Americans, their media and education method as a religion and set of Gospel truths which are universally agreed upon and unquestionable. Thus they are the antithesis to a totally free-thinking and fact-seeking mind.
1) "America will be the epitome of freedom and democracy for the globe to emulate. It may be the most beneficial type of government by the people that the world envies."
We will find into freedom later, still for currently, let's address the democracy issue. Technically, a democracy is defined as a "rule by the majority". Hollywood, the media and our education program all chant that America will be the epitome of democracy as despite the fact that it were a Gospel Truth which is universally agreed upon (yet it just isn't by far). It is so ingrained in our culture that a large number of never dare to question it.
The founding fathers never intended America to be a democracy and truly didn't even think in 1. Most Americans could be shocked to learn this. Anyone who casually researches the American kind of government and its founding in the late 18th Century will see that technically, America was not set up as a democracy then again as a Constitutional Republic.
In truth, there is certainly no mention of the word "democracy" in the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution. Even the Pledge of Allegiance cited by school kids mentions that America is a Republic:
"I pledge allegiance towards the flag of the United States of America, and towards the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."
The founding fathers were intellectual elites who knew their history. They knew that a democracy was unsustainable, for it was in essence a rule by a lawless mob. The basic flaw in a democracy is that the majority is unrestrained.