I’m missing the meaning of this.

The recently appeared Bitcoin Cash (as a result of the hard fork you mention) can be an excellent and even the only right solution for further existence of Bitcoin. However, the decision about this hard fork was made not by all 100% of Bitcoin community (miners, developers, traders, stakeholders etc). It was made by the majority. We call it consensus. As I may know, there was quite a big number (more than one, at least:) of those Bitcoin stakeholders whose opposite opinion was ignored. The Bitcoin’s fork is just an example of how all decisions are made in the social systems where the majority dominates. That is to say, everywhere except anarchy ;)

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