June 21, 2011

Opium Power

Power is like opium. A ruler is in power will continue to power addictions that make his life not be normal if it does not hold power. Dependence on power is too sensitive to make a ruling on his rule. Criticism and the opposite attitude that comes from some community groups will be on view as an attempt to drop the power that he mastered, so it will become paranoid. The tendency will be the opiate of power can happen to anyone and occurs in every stage of life, and in various aspects of life, both at the national, international and local. A prominent organization that has been addicted to power would not be replaced by someone else and if anything needs to be replaced always wanted a place still related, to safeguard its interests. The same is happening in government bureaucracy so that the turn of the officials in the bureaucracy will bring a variety of political rumors, both for which the substitute or replace it. Opium of power is very dangerous, perhaps even more dangerous than people who do drugs because of power will affect systemic opiate for the life of the community. A ruler or official who addictive power will corrupt policies and actions which are only concerned with and benefit himself and his group, and harming other people and other groups, and may interfere with the dynamics of the life of society as a whole. Political democracy in fact is a therapy to overcome the addiction of power because power politics in a democracy must always be in control are strictly for rulers are not addicted to power, and a ruler must be open and positive response to each control and sharp criticism from the public, do not be paranoid.


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