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In a recent Republic blog post, Graham Smith, Campaign Manager and Executive Officer for the organization that seeks to promote the destruction of Britain as we know it through the abolition of its monarchy, had this to say: “…we all know that there is no link between popular opinion and whether something is actually right or wrong.”[emphasis mine]

Interesting. So the Campaign Manager and Executive Officer of an organization formed to promote unfettered democracy and deliver Britain into the hands of unchecked popular sovereignty admits that not only is popular opinion not always right, there is actually no link between rightness and popular opinion. A startling bit of candor there, and it ought to raise questions about the wisdom of democracy.