Direct Democracy Comment

Cameron's Egyptian Inet hypocrisy

The People's Administration believes that the statements made by David Cameron regarding the Internet-led uprising in Egypt are demonstrative of his complete hypocrisy regarding the principals of democracy.

David Cameron tells Egypt to "Embrace democratic reform." [21st Feb. 2011] whilst ignoring due democratic process in the UK.

Whilst embracing the idea of change and the furtherance of democracy abroad, David Cameron applauds how the web was used by the people of another country to bring change, whilst denying the people of the UK access to the same rights by cracking-down on UK activists and, despite Cameron's office attempting to use the Internet to organise undemocratic Tory student actions against Gordon Brown [pre General Election 2010].

Emails were sent directly from Tory HQ to Tory students asking them to heckle the former PM during his speeches and, statements of denial about this from Tory HQ further demonstrate that David Cameron's office does not even understand the basic working principals of web technology [they don't even realise that all emails are traceable and with regards to UK security, this is quite scary] or, of the principals of democracy and integrity.

What's more, if it wasn't for the democratic principals of the students themselves, the media would never have learned about this!

Whilst Egypt was ruled by an oppressive dictatorship, the coalition [along with most Western governments], benefited in many ways - especially through the sale of UK arms. Our governments [past and present] have all played an active part in keeping the Egyptian people under oppression [along with the people of ALL North African dictatorships]. We have empowered our 'leaders' to further empower foreign oppressors.

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PA direct democracy video: West supported Egyptian dictator for over 30 years
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It is the opinion of the People's Administration that the UK people and its 'leaders' are part-responsible for the direct oppression of millions over many generations. If you go to such countries, you can learn that this is one reason for why these people foster some degree of resentment and mistrust towards the West.

PA direct democracy media: Western support of dictatorships

To summarise: David Cameron's statements regarding people power, change and embracing democratic reform in Egypt are a complete contradiction to his own behaviour and policies.

If David Cameron was being honest about the principals of strengthening democracy and giving "more power to the man in the street" [as he says], don't you think he would implement direct democracy in the UK?

His 'Big Society' already exists and it is called the Welfare State and he is very rapidly destroying it. The Welfare State is funded by the people - it is not a gift or a hand-out from the state. His Big Society is merely a way of handing financial responsibility to the people under the guise of 'power' but, the people will have no more decision-making ability and so we will have no more power than we already do now [or don't]!

A Big Society would consist of the people taking real responsibility through direct democracy!

Voting for direct democracy outside a general election

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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.