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There is no system of government that is 100% flaw-free. Nothing is perfect.
The majority of the population is uninformed and doesn't do even basic research on issues or candidates.
When the masses are controlled through public persuasion and media the one distinction from fascism is the fact that the population is unaware of the manipulation.
Contemporary democracy opens up for discrimination of minorities when practiced on a national and non - syndicalized structure since the majority decides even in cases related to the minority.
People have no incentive to make a good decision when voting.
This is only true in the First Past The Post voting system, where if someone gets a majority they get the most power. Alternative voting means you can choose a 2nd or 3rd favourite, and if your favourite doesn't win, your vote counts to the 2nd favourite, and if that loses it will count to the 3rd.
The will of the majority is not necessarily what is best for the country. Perhaps it takes a sole professional, who is educated from an early age (i.e. a hereditary monarch) on what is best for the country would be supreme.
we are giving choices to human beings, who make mistakes and are not always rational.
Democracy is, economically and morally speaking, inferior to the systems of monarchy and aristocracy that existed before it.