Do you believe in government by the free will of the people

Do you believe in government by the free will of the people The future hinges on humanity's ability to make choices, it is time, we must crowd source government! I would like you to Open your mind and leave any preconceived notions of what post representative democracy may look like. I hope that you would agree that in the natural process, when a small group of people are trying to find consensus, suggestions and ideas are put forward by any one or more individuals in the group. Informal voting takes place. Based on that information, more suggestions may emerge. This process is repeated until the highest level of satisfaction is achieved. Only then is the vote official. The free flow of unofficial voting is essential. We would like to add that various voting reforms are attempts to supplement for our inability to provide, the free flow of unofficial voting. we can recreate this on the worldwide scale. WHY US, WHY NOW? The opinion market. There are three main forms of the growing opinion market. Growing because the average Internet user age is passing approximately 40 these markets are: (1) polling for news organizations. (2) The commercial product & entertainment market. (3) And then we have the political upheaval pushing for change. This is the one that is forcing Twitter to act as a petition. This is also the market that thousands of organizations are competing for at this very moment. Within the next 2 to 5 years, someone will fill this void. It is easily predictable that there will be several entities that will emerge victorious, each in slightly different ways. The voice of humanity will be louder, but it will not be speaking with one voice. Right now there is an opportunity to monopolize all of these markets, and expand on it by accepting all opinions of every conceivable type. Everything in life can be political, and everyone in the world has an opinion on something. We are here because no one else is aware of this opportunity, and we cannot just sit here and watch it go by. Here is our plan, We are asking if you could take a moment to give us your perspective, and let us know if you would like to be involved. Thank you from our 68 members, and myself, Brian Charlebois.

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Our short answer is definitely yes, we believe in democratic decision-making. Our focus is on the democratization of the workplace as it strikes us that the flaws and limits of political democracy have a great deal to do with the absence of an economic democracy upon which to ground and with which to ally political democracy.

We should keep in touch via our respective websites and allied activities.

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  • Richard Wolff
    responded with submitted 2016-12-31 14:39:42 -0500
  • Brian Charlebois
    published this page in Ask Prof. Wolff 2016-12-31 00:59:18 -0500