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Excerpts from the King’s Dictionary
sel•ec•tive de•moc•ra•cy noun \sǝ-‘lek-tiv di-‘mä-krǝ-sē\
plural sel•ec•tive de•moc•ra•cies
1 : a governance system allowed to be used by the people only in situations where the process is easily manipulated to achieve the King’s desired outcomes
2 : a decision making process by the people that is used only if it doesn’t take up too much time
Examples of SELECTIVE DEMOCRACY
Selective democracy can often achieve the illusion of democracy without the hassle of actual democracy.
The King practices selective democracy.
When polled, 85% of the women in the kingdom responded, “Wood is good.” Unfortunately, the King thinks that they were talking about him.