About Direct Democracy - Definition

"In a society, shared intelligence is the ONLY intelligence and, true democracy is the ONLY way to enable it. It is an illusion that the people don't already have power. Whilst we don't believe that we have power, we abuse it. When politicians tell us that they want to give us more power, they reinforce the notion that we don't already have all of the power and the illusion is maintained but, only because we do not real-ise that we already have ALL of the power. This power is in having the ability to choose to vote to maintain a theocracy, or to choose to vote for the People's Administration and direct democracy."

It is only because the people do not real-ise that they have all the power that the people who do know this can rule them so, the day the people who don't know this choose to stand together via true democracy is the day that they will real-ise their freedom through their existing power."
- Alex Romane [PA founder]

The word democracy is Greek in origin [demokratia] and means 'rule of the people'.

Democracy is purely and only defined by the people [the majority party in any state] being in control of the rule of law - it is not defined by fairness, freedom or even by common sense. These are merely potential components of a democracy [even then only of a liberal democracy] and are not themselves the definition of democracy. Therefore, there are currently no democracies in the world and there hasn't been since the concept died due to invasion in its ancient Greek birthplace in 5 BC.

Direct democracy is true democracy [rule of the people directly and without representatives] and even though it is the only true form of democracy and should therefore be known simply as democracy, it is known as direct democracy to distinguish it from all false interpretations. With direct democracy, there is no requirement for representation and, there is no need for the electorate to have to attend inefficient and mismanaged polling stations to vote on policies because people simply vote for policies they love and not politicians they don't.

PA Video PA direct democracy video: Direct Democracy [5 minute overview]
Direct Democracy Flow Chart

PA Video Nick Margerrison interviews PA founder/DnB Producer Alex Romane [2015]
PA Video Direct Democracy UK interviews Alex Romane [2021]

Currently, the only aspect of democracy that the people have access to is that of electing representatives but, the Greeks invented democracy [rule of the people] not 'representative' democracy so even without the web and phone, the Greeks voted upon ALL policies and NEVER voted to elect 'representatives'. This is why direct democracy is the only democracy.

Representative democracy [representative rule of the people] is not related in any way to the Greek model and wasn't implemented in the UK until 1832 but, it was ONLY implemented as a knee-jerk, fear-based gimmick to prevent revolution [as witnessed in France] and NOT to represent [confirmed by Parliament's inconsistent actions ever since]. Furthermore, representative democracy is an illusion and doesn't even exist because while we do have the rule of representatives, we do not have any rule of the people [it is a dichotomy]. Democracy has been stolen by the so-called 'representatives' and under them it has regressed so by continuing to empower them, the people are freely voting for death because in reality, the UK has a system of representative rule only.

Direct Democracy Propaganda [anti]

Within a true and direct democracy, it would be just as possible for the majority to decide to oppress various options, as it would be for the majority to decide to liberate various options. For example; freedom of speech is something that a majority could vote to protect and enhance through common law so that it can be used as a form of expression. In the UK, freedom of speech still has no legal basis and is still a 'right' that is tolerated [up to a point]. The majority have never decided upon the laws that govern it and instead, it chooses to elect 'representatives' to make these decisions on its behalf. Unlike in the US and many other countries, UK representatives have never enshrined the right to freedom of speech on behalf of those who freely elect them [who have never demanded it].

Voting for direct democracy outside a general election

Direct Democracy - Audio

It is up to us, the people [not the politicians] to use the power that we have always had, to choose to implement direct democracy as soon as possible.

This is not a protest campaign.

In accordance with Magna Carta Article 61 and with UN UDHR Article 21 and with all of the democratic principals up-held by the UN [which the UK has signed-up to], the people already have the lawful right to reform to direct democracy - even outside a general election.