Originally Posted by Al Hanif
You are delusional, all groups have different goals. t's the law of the jungle. The stronger will impose himself. All societies did this, even Europeans, it's not an Afghan thing, it's how humans work.
I never denied different groups have different goals and different countries who back them. I also never denied that the strong will try to impose themselves on the weak. Thats just common sense.
What I am trying to point out is how the power of the strong can be limited. How ordinary people can come together to create the desired government they want for themselvs.
The only way to stop the strong to impose themselves is to create a system where no single group is given too much power for example like in Iran, the clergy (mullah) have too much power. Wether the mullahs perform well or not, they still remain in power because there is no external body which can depose them. what I want for Afghanistan is not something like that. If the leader is not competent, he should be easily replaced. The progress and well being of the nation should be above any party or goups. The power of the leader should be limited. For example he can not make changes to the constitution nor impose emergency law. These decisions should be taken by a council or shura. Giving power to one individual or group is too dangerous and the dictators have shown they can't be trusted with power. This approach can sometimes create confusion, beurocracy and slow down decision making but it is the most just and fair system. A strong leader like Hitler is good in the short term but not in the long term.