Direct Democracy proposal for Foreign Policy

The Malvinas Islands [Falklands Islands]

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

We believe that some of the root-reasons for the causes of terrorism are within this past and we also believe that in the interest of our international integrity and our economy, that we simply start to give back what we have actually stolen and, 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.

We also believe 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.

Should the People's Administration install direct democracy, we propose to respond positively to the requests of the Argentine Government for dialogue regarding the Malvinas Islands. As original ownership of the islands was Argentine, we do not see how the UK has any rights to any claims whatsoever and we believe that denying the Argentines the opportunity of open dialogue puts us in conflict with many aspects of current UK foreign policy.

The reason for why the UK government continually refuses the Argentine requests to enter into dialogue regarding the Malvinas Islands is because UK politicians lack the intelligence needed to justify or even reason UK ownership of these islands. UK politicians would rather send our troops to war than get around a table with those who we owe accountability too and in our opinion, this is an act of cowardice, arrogance and stupidity that costs the UK much integrity.

PA Video PA direct democracy video: The 'rights' of a few settlers, or 60 BN barrels of oil?
PA Video PA direct democracy video: Falklands used to distract public from domestic problems

In our opinion, UK soldiers did die in vain [as does every UK soldier in any war other than when fought in defence of invasion by a foreign force] and so, declaring a second war against Argentina in the name of fallen soldiers or sovereignty when really this war would be about reasserting British imperialism, would be irresponsible and potentially, further incitement to terrorism or at least, further incitement to global hostility and isolation of the UK by other nations.

In our opinion, it is with great complacency that the imperialist settlers have since regarded these Island as British, as the whole world has always known that these Islands were under Argentine sovereignty until being forcibly taken by the British.

The People's Administration believes that our integrity should be paramount if we are to be taken seriously or have any serious influence in protecting our interests internationally or, of influencing events on the world stage. For example, how can we exert pressure upon other governments to relinquish disputed territories [China and Tibet] when we ourselves refuse to do the same?

PA direct democracy comment: Falklands - dispute about the 'rights' of a few settlers, or 60 BN barrels of oil?

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.