Direct Democracy proposal for Foreign Policy

Diplomacy and Direct Democracy

The People's Administration believes that only direct democracy can bring sustainable solutions to all of the world's current conflicts. As such, we constantly encourage others to implement a reform to direct democracy within their own nations and, we believe that direct democracy in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales would resolve issues of tension in many areas between all of these nations.

The People's Administration recognises that the political axis has rotated and is now drawn between the people of all countries uniting through direct democracies, and the minority who seek to control. The people of the world have more in common with each other than they do with their own 'leaders' and since 2010, the People's Administration's architecture for direct democracy is being used as a template by various groups in other countries.

There is no individual, organisation or government [of any status] that the People's Administration is not prepared to talk with regarding any issue. This does not mean that the People's Administration will automatically enter into negotiations with any 3rd party but, it does mean that we will be open to negotiations and will be pro-actively seeking this with 3rd parties where possible.

Whilst we recognise and accept the need for our armed forces, the People's Administration would encourage the use of declarations of war as a last resort and only to be used within law. This means only after negotiations with all parties involved have failed and then after the people have given their majority consent.

We teach our children that violence solves nothing while sending our adults to fight in wars simply because our so-called representatives continually fail to address the fears of other cultures. They fail to see that the true motives of our 'enemies' are only ever fear and/or revenge [pain] and instead they see evil. Evil is a purely religious notion [its existence has not been established as a scientific fact] and without realising, our politicians project this religious notion of evil upon others, making it their reality. Based upon this false reality, they then start wars - with or without our permission and, they don't need or want our permission because they are religious and the UK is a theocracy.

The People's administration will not take sides in foreign disputes but will mediate where possible or abstain. We believe that taking sides alienates parties and reduces the potential for peaceful outcomes and at the same time, we recognise that all wars eventually lead to negotiation so through mediation, we can attempt to bring this about before the on-set of any war.

The People's Administration also recognises that wars and the use of force only convert the short-term behaviour of others, not their thinking, and that this is why violence will never bring about sustainable solutions.

Regarding the use of sanctions, in principal, we believe that enforcing sanctions is terrorism because the effects on the innocent are the same.

Should the People's Administration install direct democracy, we propose that in a situation where a foreign majority population is requesting military assistance, only majority opinion through the People's Administration can influence any decision to commit UK forces to engage in such wars.

We believe that currently, the monarchy is more respected abroad than most UK politicians. We also believe that they have more insight and understanding of foreign cultures than most UK government ministers do and, some of its members are acutely experienced and well respected by many foreign leaders.

Why did we re-brand Tony Blair as a so-called Middle East Peace Envoy? As well as being a form of incitement likely to anger many Mid East nations [close to awarding President Obama the Nobel Peace Prize], Prince Charles [for example] is well respected by many Middle East leaders. He is also highly experienced and has been personally concerned with the issues of the Middle East for years. How much better informed would we be if we were able to hear the opinion of one in his position instead of just those of the politicians, the media and others?

We believe that aspects of English imperial thinking is holding us back from developing as a society, as there is much that we learn from other countries that if applied in the UK, would improve the over-all quality of life for all.

The People's Administration believes that we should now recognise the negative implications of our past empire building, and should strive to address them.

It is our absolute belief that the solution to ending ALL global terrorism lies in shaping foreign policy around how we ourselves expect to be treated, while educating the extremists of how their God has no needs.


The People's Administration also believes that ‘down-sizing' could make the UK economy more efficient, in much the same way that some corporates would see to do the same if in similar circumstances.

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.