Yes, it isn’t. Democracy puts the choice on majority people in the society, handing over the ultimate power to the majority while the minority might be the more suitable leaders with ideas that are more sound. Majority wins is just the unwritten rule that we used to withstand but what we used to doesn’t imply that they have no flaws nor they are reasonable to be adhered to. In numerous instances, either past or present, democracy created chaos in societies where so-called human right, in particularly, freedom of speech, is given so much weight that majority who feel unsatisfied with the rulers go on to the streets to demonstrate, creating so much of traffic issues, serious injuries and even resulted in casualties. Common property and public human resource go into waste when public infrastructures were damaged and police officers come into play to control the majority who are going wild. Again, plenty of resources were wasted when election which is the essence of the whole idea of democracy takes place. In the monarchy system, ruler inherits from their ancestors and hence no such wastage as in an election will ever happen. Time and money are better spent on the needful areas of society’s development. In the communism society, leader is determined by the inner circle of a small group of significant politicians or via a political revolution. And yes, it is undeniable that absolute power, on the monarch or the president alone in these two types of systems, might be corrosive to the society’s proper functionality but there is no guarantee that the society practicing democracy could function better. In fact, India, Malaysia, Taiwan and Indonesia are democracy countries. Are they doing any better than China where no general election is held to determine who should be the next president? Or are they doing any better than Saudi Arabia which adopts monarchy system all the while and still remains in the list of the richest countries up to-date? Obviously, democracy doesn’t seems as promising as majority thinks. Conversely and surprisingly, monarch system and communism appear to have created a higher level of peace and have evidently brought advancement to the society members, as compared to democracy that has been long chanted as the most humane kind of society structure to be adopted.