How exactly do you do that if you can't "judge" people or actions? How do you know which people you can or can't kill, based on what actions they may be engaged in? How do you know which person should be defended from whom? How do you determine whether blowing up Alderaan is good and blowing up the Death Star is bad, or whether blowing up Alderaan is bad and blowing up the Death Star is good? That doesn't relieve you of the need to define the terms you use. One word: Krell. Again, the movie never, ever made the case that Order 66 was karmic retribution for the Jedi turning to a slave army. If so, Order 66 would have been a joyous moment instead of a tragedy. No, sorry, we're back to definitions again. "Functional"? Distinguo. It seems you have a very specific, very narrow definition of what a "democracy" is, at least in the sense of a sort of government you'd find suitable. You either have to be much more specific about what you're referring to (again, sloppy and/or imprecise definitions at work), or I'm going to have to call NTS on you. Sure, but those aren't the only two possible choices in the universe. Plato criticized democracy and tyranny equally in The Republic. That he could? Maybe. That the trained ship crew and the functioning Astromech droid he had at his disposal could? Well... Again, there's nothing in the film that suggests that installation is a problem. If you're asserting that it is, I'll need you to present some evidence for your assertion. The burden of proof is not on me to disprove baseless assertions.