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Frequently asked questions

What is the point of this exercise?
What good will it do?
Now that we know what we are not getting, what do we do?
It seems to expect rather a lot of the typical voter. Is it practical?
What is the purpose of AAA awards?
Who gets awarded these?
What good are these?

Q1.

What is the point of this exercise?

A1.

To collate, quantify and publish political opinion without fear or favour.

Q2.

What good will it do?

A2.

To show the extent of the Democratic Deficit (ie What The Majority of Voters Want and Are Not Getting).

Q3.

Now that we know what we are not getting, what do we do?

A3.

Participate, and tell everyone you know who has a political opinion - whether or not they agree with you - to participate in direct democracy here. You would be surprised at the number of topics that people of all parties, mainstream and fringe, agree on. Good examples are the EU (on both “Left” and “Right”) and the issue of withdrawing from Muslim lands. Consider this: the BNP and the Muslims and the "Left" and the wiser ones amongst us – being at one with each other on this!

Q4.

It seems to expect rather a lot of the typical voter. Is it practical?

A4.

Yes! If you're not bothered, then don't bother. If there is an issue that gets you hot under the collar, then vote on it. If government worked like that, we would have a smaller government, taking less of our money in taxes with fewer laws and a lot less red tape. However, because we are emotionally attached to our traditional party-system, with the usual suspects, we have had for decades an over-legislating government to show us they are "doing their job".

Q5.

What is the purpose of AAA awards?

A5.

To encourage members to take part in discussions, gain supporters and inject a meritocratic element to the voting process.

Q6.

Who gets awarded these?

A6.

Those who active enough to attract the attention and support of other members.

Q7.

What good are these?

A7.

They give awarded members special voting privileges and more influence on the issues of their choice.
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Why Join? Join only if you:

care enough to have a view on the topics listed in the Chamber of Debate

relish debate in civilised terms with those who may disagree with you

want to meet like-minded people with whom to organise your opposition or support of a political cause

This is The Meeting Place for the Political Activist. May you change minds and in turn have yours changed. May we all be clearer about what it is that we want (and whether it is good for us!).
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