17 July 2018

Rules restraining Free Speech and Democracy

Establishment politicians from Right to Left have spun a web of restrictions that make it very difficult for any other party or movement to wrest control of the political process from their hands. So-called 'Rules' governing how elections are run have one outcome: the Establishment always wins. In a system of Direct Democracy all individual political decisions would be subject to an extensive political debate - not an election campaign with lots of general promises that are broken in a split second after the elections are over. THAT IS THE ULTIMATE FRAUD that is constantly perpetrated on the electorate - no police prosecution there of course!
Another Kangaroo Court: Leave Campaign referred to police (UK)

14 July 2018

Media muddy policy debate

Presenter Beverely Turner (LBC London): 'But if you are against helping poorer countries then you are for immigration'. Stunned caller says no. Presenter explains: 'If you do not want to help these countries then people will want to come here'.
It is worth noting that this presenter has twisted the argument into a direction which suits her worldview. This happens day in day out and a constant barrage or such biased talk pushes the opinions of the silent majority into the background.

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US Supreme Court is much too powerful

8 July 2018

Even small issues matter

To most readers this may appear to be a trivial matter. But it illustrates why ordinary citizens feel overwhelmed by more and more restrictions that are decreed by a pseudo-democratic political establishment.
Some political honcho decides to "introduce" new legislation/decrees etc. A few applaud the measure - there will ALWAYS be some lobbies and media that will support any hare-brained idea, or at least give them free publicity.
Naturally more paper pushers need to be employed, they can exert power without being elected and at the same time being unsupervised.
That the "accuser" stays unnamed is part of the neo-fascist system that takes more and more after a modern version of the Inquisition.
Under a system of Direct Democracy measures such as these would be subject to a referendum if enough members of the silent majority - you and me - support one.
"There plans to give Commons researchers and secretaries extra protection from sexual harassment.A new harassment policy would create a body with powers to probe serious cases and could even lead to MPs being sacked. Under the proposals an investigation will be launched if alleged victims bring rape and sexual assault claims at Westminster — even if they do not report an incident to police".

6 July 2018

Iran Blackmail - Polititicans useless

Pressure on 'Europe'? Who speaks for this fictional country that is just a geographical term.
The blatant blackmail by the USA under Trump demonstrates that 'representative' democracy is unable to give citizens a voice. Our Politicians are meek, stupid or complicit with this effort to achieve world domination. Would a proper referendum and the observance of due legal process allow this state of affairs?
Direct Democracy exists exactly for that reason - to avoid shady backroom deals by weak politicians.
President Trump Is Putting Huge Pressure on Europe to Reinstate Sanctions on Iran

5 July 2018

Harvard Admission Process: Discrimination?

The 99% have no chance. When a bulwark of the Establisment shies away from transparency the 1% have an open goal in their endeavour to preserve their priviledges. The ONLY objective admission process is via competition. No special favours to donors and former students.
Harvard University is fighting to keep its secretive admissions process under wraps

Who will stop Google and other Oligopolists?

USA certainly will not, they are an extended arm to preserve control over the other economies and states. Google reaps huge benefits from being able to exploit its near-monopoly on search, use of personal data. EU completely passive, as are individual member states. Only way to stop Google, Facebook, Apple, Amazon is Direct Democracy.
How Google's parent company is paving the way to become a transportation giant