Mencius Moldbug has penned a witty and learned essay arguing against not only democracy, but political freedom (!)
It is always a great pleasure personal pleasure for me to run into a blogger both so intelligent and so admirably unconventional in his views.
In my ideal… state, there is no political freedom because there is no politics. Perhaps the government has a comment box where you can express your opinion. Perhaps it does customer surveys and even polls. But there is no organization and no reason to organize, because no combination of residents can influence government policy by coercion.
And precisely because of this stability, you can think, say, or write whatever you want. Because the state has no reason to care. Your freedom of thought, speech, and expression is no longer a political freedom. It is only a personal freedom.
Read the whole thing.
Hat tip and special thanks to Tiomoid of Angle.