Poll : Should we ignore established parties at the next election

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on LinkedInPin on PinterestPrint this pageShare on StumbleUpon

As with all polls this is just a test, test test to see how this software works [socialpoll id=”2267770″]

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on LinkedInPin on PinterestPrint this pageShare on StumbleUpon
Tags: Opinion Poll

6 Comments

  • Posted April 24, 2015

    Grainne McDermott

    Yes most definitely, a complete overhaul of the system is needed. Out with the old and in with the new.

  • Posted August 16, 2015

    john cully

    Yes, certainly. The problem with party politics is that the party becomes the focus of allegiance rather than the country. Thus, the outcome of an election amounts to little more than an interparty divvying-up of the spoils every five years. For this reason it may be prudent to eschew the word “party” when referring to DDI. DDI is a movement, not a party.

  • Posted August 22, 2015

    john cully

    Again, yes, of course. When the historian Richard Pipes characterised Fascism and Bolshevism as “heresies of Socialism” he had his head so far up yonder as to miss the point completely—Socialism is itself the mother-heresy, the original, socially-fissiparous (but highly moral!) flouting of ethics. Seen aright therefore, Direct Democracy is the only ethically sound and worthwhile (perhaps in association with Georgian Economics, q.v.) game in town.

  • Posted August 23, 2015

    john cully

    A quotation; “where a People fear a government, there is Tyranny; where a government fears a People, there is Liberty”. It scarcely surprises one, upon contemplating Mr. Jefferson’s words, to sense the covert avidity with which Articles 47 and 48 were deleted from the Constitution of 1922 and hidden from view ever since.
    (Why, by the way, am I and the good Ms. McDermott the only ones commenting here?)

  • Posted August 25, 2015

    john cully

    A quotation, specifically for the Irish People. “It is a great truth that there never was for any long time a corrupt representative of a virtuous people, nor a mean, sluggish, careless people that ever had good government. If it is true that the government forms the people, it is equally true that the people impart their character to their government. Such as you are, sooner or later must parliament become”. Now people, stick THAT in your Aquascutum, ok!

  • Posted October 18, 2015

    john cully

    I went to Categories, there on the right, expecting to see a DDI position on this matter of taxation. There is none, and I wonder why not?

Leave a Reply