After the quasi-modern liberation from the tyranny of the church's authority over society, the democratic issue represented a problem in Western political philosophy. Although most politicians praised it, the philosopher Nietzsche directed a lot of criticism not only to democracy, but to its public as well. The latter is the permanent sustenance of the deceitful liberal democrats. The sign of this is the rationalized and ethicalized diversity of the methods they use to appeal to the public in electoral periods. Accordingly, the Nietzchean philosophical criticism of democracy represented an opportunity to re-read the political situation of the democratic system on the basis of a fundamental issue in Nietzsche's thinking: people are made of different metals and justice is proportionality in quality and not equality in amount. Hence, the philosophical statement in politics is, in a way, the same about the individual and the group. As for the structure of the contemporary state, it is the natural completion of what has been established and what has persisted since the era of modernity. Together, the state and politics have been subjugated to democratic hybridization. The instrument of this crossbreeding is the prolongation of major concepts that are haphazardly changed by the philosophers who employ them. Among those concepts: enlightenment, liberation, rights, and action in history through its current time. However, Nietzsche does not object to people's rights to live, but only to the democratic and legal equality between all people in terms of considering them capable of political management. In fact, lay people, in their failure, cowardice and naiveté, are complicit with the politicians who abuse them.