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Make it a statement if you too wonder.1. why don't we use the Internet to vote, and make our votes at a regular time, meaning at what you're interested in. We could create a system without 'politicians', but we don't?
2. Why do people think that making it unbearable for those needing a car, for work, or just to make the day, will stop the pollution we have?
2.a As a suggestion to the last, make public services 'smart' at any time of the day, and cheap instead.(and I think we all know the real answer, it's a cheap way to increase incomes without increasing taxes Also 'stating' that you 'do something'.)
I do have some more, but I hope you too have thoughts on what makes you wonder.
I don't know there Allan. what I think you refer to is the guy sitting in the royal British libraries, thinking. Not the Russian revolution and its aftermath. To me it all got horribly wrong once on its way, with the absolutely wrong people 'leading' it too.
True Jolly, not everyone would vote on everything, but, you think we do now? You might want to set some percentage for the really important questions to be voted on, if not enough people are interested in it, it goes to a 'new round'. And it puts a lot of importance on those presenting the issues. that different 'parties' have their own interests are one thing, but the presentation from a democratic government on those issues needs to be 'clean' and to the bone. Most of the farming that is done today is only possible through the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haber_process Without the world will look very different.