What Form of Government?

Dystopian governments come in various forms, each with its own set of oppressive characteristics. Totalitarian regimes, such as those seen in George Orwell’s “1984” or Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World,” exert complete control over every aspect of citizens’ lives. They employ surveillance, censorship, propaganda, and fear to maintain power, stifling Continue reading

Government: actually for the people

An ideal government that would dissuade the formation of a dystopia would be a direct democracy with aspects of socialism. Unlike a representative democracy, which uses elected officials as proxies for its citizens, in a direct democracy, the citizens directly participate in decision-making processes. This is preferable over the current Continue reading

Z.S – Meritocracy

Meritocracy is a political philosophy or system where individuals’ advancement and rewards are based on their abilities, achievements, and merits rather than factors like social class, wealth, or other characteristics like popularity. Meritocracy, in theory, emphasizes equal opportunities for all individuals. It suggests that people should be rewarded based on Continue reading