Sunday, September 03, 2006
Results - Poll 2
Mark all those you consider "Terrorists"
This post is provided for comments concerning the current poll that refelect upon or go beyond choices offered.
I have an objection: Why can I not choose no answer in this poll there on the left? Or a box that says: "none of the above" to tick would be nice...
# posted by Soeren : Tuesday, August 29, 2006 at 12:06:00 PM UTC
Could be for the same reason Soeren that elections to office avoid tabulating the number of people who do NOT vote and then if that number exceeds that of the choice with the most votes, declare the election void and consider another more desired form of government - perhaps one where democracy is defined not by competitive count of which group get to lord it over others but rather satisfying common wishes and needs of all.
Then I demand now that you stop your fascist ways and let me choose "none of the above" or "some other choice", otherwise I will find ways to let my voice be heard!!!!!!!! And even in any general election, there are always counts of the percentual participation of the general population in it.
I want my "none of the above"!!
I have spoken.
One thing to question in assessing poll responses is from where they originate. Our contacts currently run 43% from Usuk. (That is the colonialist nation that pretends it is two, US and UK, while in colonialism's operational reality is one, Usuk. US comes first in the naming because it leads the world in having 24 colonies while the UK is second with just 14.) Now, Usukers are hardly known as the sharpest tacks in the world awareness bulletin board unless that be shown in playing computer games that blow away darker pigmented people with names and dress unlike their own that they term "terrorists". But, their 43% gets just as much chance in our polls as users from the more enlightened rest of the world, and as in the realm of suffering and stuggle, once again influence of Usukers results in dumbing down what could otherwise be.
This is less about polls and more about the whole business of voting as a diversion from the idea that both parties are hands on the same body intending world domination. Most government offices have permanent residents, immune to election's caprices because they weren't elected, they were hired, and many don't even show up on the staff roster: I am speaking of the bureaucracy that is the machine that never leaves and supplies all elected visitors with their sage, experienced guidence. I cannot remember any election in my polically aware life that changed the course of US imperialism, unless Kennedy's dream hadn't been stillborn and had grown to maturity. Democracy fails at the population size where one doesn't have any personal knowledge of who they allow to represent them. I know, I know ... that would mean tribal councils.
So what's so wrong with taking a cue from good business principles and applying the Peter Principle to the idea of government representation of the wishes of the people, and to take it back to the level of its competency. Any central government could merely represent a court overseeing intertribal negotiations with no jurisdiction into business they were not asked to oversee by the concerned parties.
I know ...dream on
If the 43% of the USUKI's (I include Israel in your coalition of colonialists, being not much more than a middle eastern colony itself) is so unenlightened and so capable of "dumbing down" the poll, how come the leaders of these countries lead the poll by numbers greater than could be gotten by the enlightened rest of the voters alone? Blanket accusations are Bush's excuse for permissible civilian casualties!!
I hope you don't mind my being so impressed with the thirteen tactics on your radical activism page that I felt compelled to do a post on them. If you object to my using them in the manner I have or linking to your site, I will gladly retract both.
You got good blog, my friend
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i know its too late, but BUSH,OLMERT AND BLAIR
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