Australian citizens should demand the right to vote voluntarily on every issue via the internet or phone.

By Andrew Mackinnon

In 2021, there is no need to have “elected representatives” in federal government, state and territorial governments and local governments in Australia deciding every issue on behalf of Australian citizens.

This system of “representative democracy” has proved time and time and time again to be a disastrous system of government which consistently ignores the majority will of Australian citizens on a disturbingly large number of issues. Read more...

Citizens should be able to vote via the internet.

By Andrew Mackinnon

None of the predominantly white countries around the world, such as the United States of America, should have to continue to endure the enormous chaos that election fraud causes, whether it is detected or not.

In today’s highly technologically advanced world, it is the very epitome of insanity for governments to struggle to count the votes of citizens accurately and to have to laboriously recount paper ballots or laboriously audit the vote count arising from paper ballots when election fraud is strongly suspected to have influenced the results of the vote. Read more...

Australian citizens should be able to vote voluntarily on every issue via the internet or phone.

By Andrew Mackinnon

We need to establish direct democracy in Australia whereby all Australian citizens aged 18 years and over can vote voluntarily on every single issue that our elected ‘representatives’ in federal parliament, state parliaments and local governments currently decide on our behalf.  This voting would take place via the internet or via telephone for those who don’t have access to the internet.

Direct democracy ensures that the majority will of Australian citizens is reflected in all of the decisions made that affect us.  It utilises the enormous expertise and experience that exists among adult Australian citizens of all ages and engages adult Australian citizens in shaping the country they live in, instead of offensively treating them like children who can’t be trusted with decision-making responsibilities. Read more...