Thr Jedi master met the Sith's gaze unflinchingly. "Unfortunately, what Master Sith here had neglected to tell you is that by establishing the Jedi council, we give everone the chance to have a say and to use their power, not just to have one person dictate what happens in the lives of all." he sighed. "I also have a question for you, Master Manick," he baegan,"how, exactly, does having hundreds decide what desicions to make, like in the Council, qualify as anarchy? Or Even better yet, what benefit is there of only having one person making the decisions instead of many having their say?" He noticed the Sith's gaze falter, but the eyes did not move. He could sense the pure hatred in the Sith's thoughts. He thought about using his little trick now, but decided agains it. He didn't know if Nara Chee would approve of such a tactic, and he wanted to stay on the Shi'ido's good side. He tried to read what Nara was thinking, but the young Shi'iod was far to quick for his rudimentary probe. He would might have to make a decent attempt at communicating in that manner later, but not now. He gazed at the Sith again, almost daring him to draw his Saber, but the Sith just stared coldly back at him, contemplating answers to the questions he'd posed.