A Bastet cult gets out of control in pre Hellenistic Egypt?
In practice, anyone who calls a demonstration automatically becomes in charge of government... Until a next demonstration is called
- The form of government resulting in view that if a policy has critics, it does not pursue the common good
- Those critics are not to go on and gossip and complain at bear. Every man views himself as a perfect prime minister, and the manager of the national representation in sports.
- The attitude show how it can be done better prevails
Likely outcomes: early on, many individuals with various different views try to present their ideology. Any imposition of ideology is however challenged ; ultimately either the government stabilizes on a non-ideological stewardship, or you get the military protesting and establish a junta.
.It's common for demonstrations to be met by simultaneous counter-protests. Whatdo you do then?
Think how in the Roman Republic you can be dictator for 6 months, and surprisingly enough almost all of them stepped down when their time is up
Sounds like SEELE from Evangelion.I don't think it fits a ideology, more like a cult - but the idea of a group that believes life is pain and the universe is imperfect, so the logical course is to kill everyone. Kinda like angry gnostics with more nihilism.
And by everyone, they mean everyone. And everything. Because of the theory of evolution stating that life can arise from chemical reactions, they can't "just" kill everyone. No. They have to destroy the universe to render it unfit for life.
So this leads to some weird group of strangely cheery and scientifically-interested people whose entire cause ammounts to the destruction of all all reality, gleefully studying and working and research and fighting, while singing songs to the end of all life and the universe.