Thought I'd include my contribution of an alternative voting system, from a previous post as it's quite apt for this thread...
A possible solution to voting...
The whole point to the problems we face is the power that has been given to the likes of Rothschild, Rockefeller & Royalty blood lines centuries ago.
This has trickled down to current politics with the same elitists from Eton and Oxbrbridge who instil pervasive power over the lower echelons of
This power evolves towards their overall quest for centralised power
. Setting up global cartels like the FED & BoE, is just another rib on
their skeletal plan; they want to be the backbone of global governance and monetary control. Why? Well that's debatable. Perhaps they want to suck
our blood or use us as batteries like in the Matrix.
It seems that lately there is so much change in legislation that it becomes apparent the laws are written by the elite. Copyright for example, has
been taken to the extreme. France has now legislated a 3 strikes and you're out rule. If you are caught downloading then you are banned for 1 year
and STILL have to pay your ISP broadband. I fear that the UK may follow suit.
The *IAA's of US have managed to change the legal structure and is just a soupçon of the insidious power the elites have over the judicial
From America, i really believe the whole voting process is a façade. There was some awesome research done by Bev Harris, an housewife who exposed the
software hacking they did for polling station machines. Overview video here
. (Bev's site
So what's the solution?
Well i propose disbanding parliament or at least decentralising power. Let each council be the governance of that county. Even better yet, create
publicly limited companies which handle the budgets local to each council. If they screw up, then there could be a management buy-out or they go into
liquidation and a new company takes the reigns.
Each local constituent company then has their own website where people can suggest changes for their community. People then vote on these issues and
each person is allocated a PIN number so they can see their vote on a list but still remain anonymous.
This should be done anyway at polling stations. Once you vote, you see the tally for that party go up by one, but it's all hidden away in software,
so question why that is the case.
Voting is just a way for g'ments to make people believe they are making a difference. Those figures have already been crunched way before an election
The generic infrastructure should be handled by the newer parliament in London as that's all they should do and nothing more. They would manage the
roads from road tax income, hospitals from national insurance contributions, etc where each fund goes towards that task. At the moment road tax,
petrol duty goes into the Treasury pot, which the g'ment then allocates for MP's expenses, black-ops, wars, etc.
The whole point in this dissemination of power is to encourage competition. If Newcastle pilots a new scheme that people love, then other council
companies will soon follow suit, much like any new embryonic product bought to market; others will soon follow by making the same product 10% cheaper,
faster, better. The product evolves as the people are voting by buying the product.
Anyway, the above is fluffy and idealistic, but one thing for sure i do know: the trend towards centralised power and monetary mismanagement is
In summary, no fat f**k bearocrat in London should never, ever tell a farmer how to milk his cows in Cornwall.
Edit: yellowbeard's parliamentary proposal is also an excellent alternative. His post is
[edit on 4-6-2009 by PrisonerOfSociety]