Direct Democracy proposal for Law - Family and Child Protection
Child circumcision to be outlawed
"Thousands of young boys sexually assaulted & mutilated in hospitals across the UK!"
If you were to ever read the above as a headline in a national newspaper you would be shocked but, this reality is just one aspect of the UK's current child abuse culture. Our definition of child abuse is comprehensive and is therefore not invalidated if the abuse is carried out in the name of religion, philosophy, law, or in the interest of any ideals that belong to anyone other than the child.
By abuse, we mean a form of action that leads to an infringement of any of the child's rights of entitlement to protection and self-determination.
We believe that removing body parts from children without their consent amounts to physical child abuse and, we also believe that interfering with the genitalia of children in any way without their consent amounts to sexual child abuse and, our definitions of either forms of abuse do not change in accordance with any circumstances and so, we believe that child circumcision in the name of religion [for example] is both legalised physical and sexual child abuse, as well as also being a form of religious oppression.
Should the People's Administration install direct democracy, we propose to outlaw the circumcision of any child regardless of any circumstances unless, only carried out in the best medical interest of the child.
Voting for direct democracy outside a general election
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.
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