Democracy needs reform – the frustration of Australian voters

The 21 August, 2010 Federal election in Australia ended in a limbo with no outright winner. As a result of the unprecedented number of informal or protest vote casted by our frustrated voters, our unique Preferential Voting Systems failed to prevent the outcome of a hung parliament.


Democracy needs reform - Australia, China and USA: A tale of 3 natural disasters

This month mark the 5th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, USA (29 August 2005), This remind me the 2nd anniversary of the Earthquake in Sichuan, China (12 May 2008) three month ago and the 1st anniversary of the Black Saturday (Bush fire) in Victoria, earlier this year in Australia (7 February 2009).

Democracy needs reform—The cruelty of poll driven politics in Australia

After a series of sudden and drastic moved initiated by a handful of people within some fractions of the Australia Labor Party on Wednesday evening,  Australians woke up the next morning (24 June 2010) watching their elected Prime Minister (Kevin Rudd) cried in front of the TV screen after he was told by the dozens of his colleagues he was finished as prime minister. (Herald Sun, 25 June 2010)

Republican Democrats


By Graham Higgins and Peter Pyke TUESDAY 22 JUNE 2010
Concerned about Australian politics? Thinking about donkey-voting, or voting Green or Independent in the federal election? Wishing someone would start a new party to give you real choice?
Seems someone has been listening to all those calls on talkback radio and letters to the editor.


PHILIPPINES: Marcoses come close to full circle

With three of them now holding elective posts – including one senator – the Marcoses have come close to full circle.

Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., the only son of the ousted president, was among the new senators-elect proclaimed last May 15, five days after the country's first automated elections. His mother, Imelda Romualdez-Marcos, is the new representative of Ilocos Norte's second district. His sister, Maria Imelda Josefa “Imee” Marcos, is Ilocos Norte's new governor.

"Why don't the people get rid of the lizards?"

"why don't the people get rid of the lizards?" said Arthur Dent. Well it seems the people are doing very well at getting rid of the lizards, due to climate change. Yep, it is our carbon emissions which is driving up global mean temperatures, altering the climate and driving lizards, Koalas and other species to extinction. The quote from Arthur Dent comes from Douglas Adams explaining the concept of democracy in the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.

Unfortunately, it seems we are getting rid of the wrong lizards - the ones with four feet that eat insects and are important prey for other small carnivores. That just leaves the cold-blooded political Lizards we have elected to office, still in charge and warming themselves in the glow from the fossil fuel vested interests.

Democracy is a total sham

Democracy and political systems

Democracy is a brainwashing term used by the most cunning societal leaders of all to deceive thier citizen-slaves that they enjoy "freedom" and that thier society is "good", or at least better than, other societies.
Democracy is a sham, an illusion, and has no legitimacy in Truth. There is no such thing as a legitimate democracy.

The only actual and meaningful types of society are :
1. Truth-based.
2. Lie-based

All human societies today and through-out history have been lie-based. There is not a single Truth-based society in existance.