Promoting Direct Democracy
As the People's Administration already has enough administrative officers, we are now seeking eCampaigners to assist us in spreading awareness of direct democracy on social network sites.
VOTING FOR DIRECT DEMOCRACY OUTSIDE A GENERAL ELECTION:
However it is expressed, if the majority call for reform to direct democracy [even outside a general election and outside of current protocols], this expression would become law and we would have direct democracy - in accordance with all legally accepted UK democratic principals, as well as with UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 21 which the UK is signed-up to.
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.
Following the People's Administration Direct Democracy Party [a mainstream registered party since March 2010] on Twitter, gives us your permission [when a majority] to invoke existing laws under UN Articles 21 and 61 [which the UK is signed-up to], so as to take immediate control of all policy decision-making by forming a legitimate UN-sanctioned direct democracy with majority election and without revolution, in the UK.
The People's Administration's constitution for reform to direct democracy and our voting protocols have both been accepted by the UK Electoral Commission and the UN as legitimate. In a general election, the People's Administration does NOT have to field candidates to secure your vote on the ballot paper. Outside a general election, you can vote for a legitimate reform to direct democracy now!
PA direct democracy video: The Magna Carta and Article 61 - Lawful Rebellion
PA direct democracy video: How Representative Democracy is NOT democratic
PA direct democracy video: Direct Democracy and self-rule is in our nature
PA direct democracy video: Nature uses Direct Democracy
UK news agencies such as News International [The Sun] and Trinity Mirror [The Mirror] have told us directly that they do not wish for the people to be aware of the opportunity to legitimately install direct democracy.
The chief political editors of The Sun and The Mirror have both independently stated to us directly [pre-general election 2010] that they do not trust the electorate [their readers] to vote for policies that they themselves agree with, and that this is why they will not feature the People's Administration and direct democracy.
In 2010, Nick Owen [BBC Midlands newscaster] had expressed an interest in broadcasting a feature about the People's Administration and direct democracy but, Nick's political editor [Dave Hart] and his Home Affairs correspondent [Peter Wilson] didn't agree that it was in your interest to know about the People's Administration and direct democracy.
After further communications, we asked why they deemed the People's Administration and reform to direct democracy to be of no public interest and editor Mark Hayman stated to us directly [7th Oct. 2011] that regarding the coverage of political parties;"Even when no polling is pending, the limitations of the time available in our programmes usually means we give most weight to those parties which have mustered significant backing in the ballot box." In light of his statement, we asked him how if this was the case, does the multi-million pound funded, Tory-supported People's Alliance Party | [web page screen shot] get featured [still to this day] when it hasn't even ran in any elections anywhere? There was no response.
We also asked why the BBC refuses to list the People's Administration Direct Democracy Party alongside all other UK parties in their 'Political Parties registered by Electoral Commission' | [web page screen shot] list? Again, there was no response.
We have no issue with any newscaster - many have wanted to publish features about the People's Administration and direct democracy. Our issue is only with journalists who distort the definition of direct democracy and their editors and managers who run anti-direct democracy campaigns on behalf of their agency proprietors.
Separately but relevant, those of you who are Drum and Bass enthusiast may remember noticing the BBC's History of Drum and Bass website disappearing abruptly? When Alex Romane's [the PA founder] record company asked the BBC why it had omitted any mention of him in its BBC History of Drum and Bass website [which featured info and an interactive timeline detailing specific artists, tracks and dates], our communications were ignored and it removed the whole section days later and replaced it with a notice about Drum and Bass history being too complex to compile - later replaced with a video. [Alex Romane has been working with international artists and Progressive Hardcore/Jungle/Drum and Bass music since 1990 and co-wrote and co-produced the world's first non-compilation Drum and Bass album during 1991/92].
Despite the mainstream media's knowledge of Alex Romane authoring documents [published by the world-renowned British Library] regarding Political Architecture and Religious Theory, previously working directly with David Cameron [independently] prior to establishing the PA, working on the Mid-East Peace Process directly with the PLO, creating a potential £2 BN aid package for Somalia, forecasting and trying to prevent the UK riots, creating government-adopted policies, creating a potential solution for rising sea levels and diminishing water stocks [with TV presenter and inventor Trevor Baylis] and creating sustainable solutions for the economy and for democracy itself, the mainstream media will not feature the People's Administration simply because we stand for direct democracy and people politics over 'representative' democracy and partisan politics.
With Conservative Lord Pattern as CEO of the BBC Trust and with most editors being pro-Cameron, corruption at the government-run criminal-protecting BBC is rife.
See some of the Coalition activities and secret policies that the BBC and Western mainstream media have been keeping from the UK people while known to the rest of the world. Just a guess but, it may also be the case that the BBC takes issue with our proposed policy to reform their funding?
The BBC's Jeremy Paxman reiterates the BBC's disrespect for your intelligence himself:
PA direct democracy video: Paxman tells it how it is
It is our experience that the BBC, ITV, ITN, C4, C5, Sky and most of the UK mainstream print media industry all seek to maintain the current partisan political structure that supports only representative democracy purely for their own commercial and political benefit and therefore, that they all perceive direct democracy as a threat.
None of the UK print media [regional or national] wanted you to know about legitimate direct democracy and they still don't - even though decentralised thinking via direct democracy could now be the only thing that saves the global environment and economy.
Why else does Rupert Murdoch's media always back only the winning party in all general elections - regardless of which party?
People's Administration eCampaign Strategy
• Publishing links to the People's Administration direct democracy website from your social network
• Publishing links on your friends social networks alerting them to direct democracy via the People's Administration
• Publishing links, comments and starting threads on message boards and forums about direct democracy
Become a People's Administration direct democracy eCampaigner and get involved in spreading word-of-mouse on social networks and message boards.
Join us on Twitter @self_rule
If you believe in self-rule and in having the ability to make choices [freedom], simply promote the concept of direct democracy to the many people who would benefit from knowing about the People's Administration and direct democracy at this time and we'll do the rest.
A reform to direct democracy now could now be the only thing that saves the environment and our economy.