The current world situation helps consider how the relationship between leadership and group is evolving, and whether leadership is still a prerogative of individuals. The form of such relationship currently most applied throughout the world is democracy with its multifaceted manifestations, sometime even in blatant contradiction. There are many evident limitations to this model, and it is impossible not to recognize that it is characterized by a form of use of force by the majority against the minority: the enforcement of the will of the majority on the will of the minority. This certainly creates an interesting creative dynamism, in some places similar to a pendulum, but at the same time it does also create scars and resentment which manifest, in best case scenarios, through reversal of policies, and in worst through discrimination, exclusion, arbitrary detentions, etc, i.e. violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms.