Direct Democracy and Policing

It would be far more strategic, efficient and democratic for single-issue protest groups and the unions to vote for a reform to direct democracy now, than it would be to continue with begging, fighting the police, and other indirect action.

Direct Democracy - Anti-Violence

Revolution is the result of oppressed evolution expressing itself and this often involves violence but, true and efficient evolution has no use for violence. Revolutions are won by those who use the most force because in a revolution, there is no election. Evolution involves people actually choosing to advance their systems and so, true and direct democracy can only come through evolution.

We advocate using legal mechanisms for strategic reasons only [not for ethical reasons] because while we do not believe in the rule of undemocratic religious-influenced laws, we do believe that to maintain social stability and security, that we need to fight on Parliament's turf.

Begging our servants conforms to the illusion that the people have no power and, as long as the people perceive that they have no power, Parliament takes advantage because all politicians know that it is us who use our power to give them control and responsibility over our lives. No politician has ever taken anything from anyone - we give them the power in every general election by choosing to vote to maintain a theocracy instead of voting for self-rule and direct democracy.

Why bother fighting with the police when we can use existing laws to take legitimate control of all policy-making decisions? Why choose to be played?

Ever since Harold Wilson's premiership, Parliament and the UK mainstream media have been conditioning the UK people to see the police as the enemy and as long as the people view and target the police themselves as the enemy, we will remain a divided and weak nation, unable to stand-up to a corrupt UK Parliament because, it is Parliament's laws that the police are enforcing - not their own. In a direct democracy, the police will be enforcing the rule of the people [democracy] and so social cohesion will be greatly enhanced and, it is because of this that police personnel from across ALL forces already quietly support a reform to direct democracy - they're still waiting for you to demand it.

Cameron dismisses 2011 riots recommendations
Thanks to Cameron and his pro-austerity voters, police can't afford to police riots

In 2009 [one year after meeting David Cameron and a year prior to establishing the PA], Alex acquired informal assurances from the police and army that if the people stood by their majority-spoiled PA ballot, they would remain neutral. Through this dialogue, Alex also learned that the police [who are banned from striking] would very much welcome an end to divisive governments that [in their words] "use us as a buffer when implementing harsh social policies that we don't even agree with." It was their belief that; "If Cameron gets in next year, he'll use every excuse that terrorists and protesters hand him to be able to implement harsh social policy and to increase social oppression." and, they explained that "The BBC and the others will broadcast more shows that portray us in response mode only and nothing of our community work, while Cameron reduces our community budgets to zero for the first time in history and he'll do this so as to alienate us from the public so that we take the blame." They concluded with; "If in this scenario [re; winning via spoiled ballots], you put people on the streets, there would be nothing we could do other than join you."

It should be highlighted that Alex Romane was himself the victim of a serious police conspiracy during 1999 which was successfully resolved through a series of closed court hearings and so was not publicised but despite this, he still believes that as with any institution, there will be those who maintain their integrity as well as those who are weak and corrupt.

It is no coincidence that the police no longer visit schools and that all police TV programming [documentaries and fictional] now focus only on police response work and never on police community work - ensuring that we only see them at their worst. It is no coincidence that budgets for police community work have been reduced to nothing [for the first time ever] since David Cameron took office - despite protests from the police.

Parliament has learned through previous experience to foresee the effects of harsh social policy implementation and, this is how and why David Cameron would have been prepared for emerging groups [such as Occupy etc.], as well as the Unionist protests. Parliament is also very aware that protesters choose to fight the police [as opposed to fighting them] when things get out of hand and so with this in mind, how is any protest group not actually doing what David Cameron wants them to do?

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Emergence of a UK police surveillance state

PA Video PA direct democracy video: Defend your children against Cameron's betrayal - 100% intrusion block

By definition, a police state is a system of national governance that prioritises the personal desires and fears of its President and/or Prime Minister, over and above enforcing common law.

The UK has never formally been a police state but, since the emergence of the surveillance state during 2010-2013 combined with ever-inadequate police training, institutional corruption [including unlawful behaviour towards members of the public] and, the evidence that demonstrates how these agencies are now prioritising David Cameron's concerns for social cohesion above concerns to protect children from abuse, the UK is in our view in danger of rapidly becoming a police state.

PA Video PA direct democracy video: Police training fundamentally flawed
PA Video PA direct democracy video: Top police officer betrays Murdoch's hacking victims
PA Video PA direct democracy video: Police commit multiple unlawful acts, say they don't care that you'll see it!
PA Video PA direct democracy video: Police waking-up, and leaving the force

While the police remain as the only UK organisation whose members are allowed to confer prior to giving statements in cases where they themselves are being investigated, social cohesion with the police will be nothing more than a far-fetched dream and, only direct democracy can provide for the opportunity to repeal this law.

Incidentally, a fascist state is a system of national governance where the army and police act as one with the government within a police state - relying heavily on surveillance of ALL civilians [not just criminals].

During World War Two, millions of civilian and military lives were sacrificed so as to defeat the spread of fascism throughout Europe and the UK - only for it to be let-in through the back door by David Cameron [via his hook-up with the US government and its intelligence agencies] and as such, in our view David Cameron himself is a traitor to the people and to democracy [in any form] and, any authoritarian agencies that now choose to follow him above following UK common law are also guilty of treason because, all commanders have the legal right and authority to challenge Whitehall indoctrination. For them not do so is a conscious choice to betray the people and common law, so as to protect their pensions [just as mainstream 'journalists' do].

Voting for direct democracy outside a general election

Direct Democracy - Audio

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.