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The Theft of Democracy by the honorable

Nominating to be a member of Parliament is an important issue, every important.

Most members are either lawyers, or have a legal team, and each wish to be called honourable. 261 more words

Australian Politics

One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics

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One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors.

– Plato

And that is why politics (rulerdom) is bad: 26 more words

Politics

Vote locally if you want your voice to be heard!

Many do not realize how important local elections can be compared to presidential ones. While many think that elections for President are most important because they lead the country, they forget to think about who exactly relays information to the President of the United States. 502 more words

Government

Always Go To The Funeral

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The following is brand new, out today from Ben Hunt’s excellent Epsilon Theory

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That’s Ray Fearon as Mark Antony on the left and Paterson Joseph as Brutus on the right, in the 2012 Royal Shakespeare Company production of  3,155 more words

Democracy

WANNA BECOME A FREO COUNCILLOR?

Local Government is real grassroots politics, and the only tier of government where we can address our elected members at Council and Committee meetings.

To get good local government it is essential to get a good cross-section representation of the community, and in my opinion ideally one that is removed from party politics. 88 more words

Western Australia

Is Jesus the Messiah

The book, “God, reward and punishment:  Are they real,” lists all the prophecies about the Messiah. Isaiah 53 describes the Messiah. Psalm 22 describes the crucifixion and was partially quoted by Jesus as he hung on the cross. 319 more words

Componets of a Working Democracy

According to “Democracy for All”, Street Law Inc., (http://www.streetlaw.org/democlesson.html) the basic principles of a democracy are the following:

  1. CITIZEN PARTICIPATIONEach citizen is required to participate in the democratic process.
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HYPOCRISY IN DEMOCRACY