In this thought experiment, we suppose that should we as voters wish to return a Parliament that voted as if the Needs and Wants of the People of the British Isles actually mattered, could we organise to return Independent Candidates at each constituency level who would Resist a centralised Federal European Union and Return powers to The UK and its regional Local democratic institutions according, to the principals of Subsidiarity.
We propose a Web site which will be Blockchain based and distributed across the Web 3 IPFS infrastructure. As with Wikipedia, Each Constituency would have a sovereign Brexit Article which Identifies categories of politically elected officials according to designations of.
1. “Vassal remainer”
Completely subservient to our Oligarchical overlords in the Commission.
The Diem 25 types
3. “Austerity Leavers”
The Classical Liberal lot Hard Brexit types ( Often seen thumbing Hayeck, Freidman or Ayn Rand Texts.)
4. “Liberty Leavers”
5. “Social Democracy Leavers”
Another broad church similar to Diem 25 remainers but more internationalist than Globalist.
Think George Galloway and of Course Thatcher in a Kilt? who could he mean?
It is proposed that a continuous real-time primary process with updateable results will allow each locality to identify the favoured Independent Sovereign Brexit Candidate in each election, European, General Election, By-Election, Council and Parish Elections.
The proposed site is non-partisan and proposed to allow voters who wish to return a sovereign Brexit parliament to do that, each chapter ( Constituency) will operate in the interest of British Subjects informed at the local level and not in the interests of Supra-National Political interests and Multi-National Global Corporate interests.
This thought experiment proposes a form of direct democratic oversight to inform voters and allow voters where they feel a Peoples Candidate is not on offer to coalesce around and support an independent Sovereign Brexit candidate without splitting the vote in such a way to leave the path open for “Vassal Remainer” career and dynastic politicians.
List of political families in the United Kingdom
During its history, the United Kingdom (and previously the Kingdom of England, Kingdom of Scotland and Kingdom of Ireland) has seen many families who have repeatedly produced notable politicians, and consequently such families have had a significant impact on politics in the British Isles.
Certain families, such as the Cecils, owe their long-standing political influence to the composition and role of the House of Lords, which was still mainly composed of hereditary legislators until the passing of the House of Lords Act 1999. Other families, such as the Longs, have had a long tradition of standing for elected office, usually in the House of Commons. Many such families were part of the landed gentry, who often exerted political control in a certain locality over many generations.
Technology to deliver the proposed ideas does exist in the BlockChain open source world and the following is a snapshot of the possibilities. This is a commons-based open source thought experiment and the writer of this Blog Post Roger Lewis has a Github channel in which various forked repositories stand ready for adapting into a platform which can be mixed and matched and adapted at any scale and any level for Local sovereign direct democracy to be enabled within The British Isles and indeed for our European Friends and partners who also wish to resist the Soviet Fascist Turn in our European Polity.
What is Agora
I made this poll with https://web.clearpoll.com/ if you download it and see how it works seamlessly with IOS or Android that is what out voting Dapp would be able to do functionality etc.
All the best
Grasloksvagen 21, 26697, Hjarnarp, Sweden
Voting Examples of Possibilities.
It shows what can be done and I can sandbox ideas on their platform and reverse engineer from the GUI to our own code anyway.
Web Site Front End, Independent Candidate Manifesto Pitches, Analysis of existing political candidate geography and demographics.
Link Voting App for Independent candidate endorsed by the individual sovereign Brexit local community chapters.
Set up Primary timetables and time scales and build a cross-constituency web interface to Leverage Blogosphere etc
The final result was announced on Friday 24 June 2016 at 07:20 BST by then-Electoral Commission Chairwoman Jenny Watson at Manchester Town Hall after all 382 voting areas and the twelve UK regions had declared their totals. With a national turnout of 72% across the United Kingdom and Gibraltar the target to secure the majority win for the winning side was 16,788,672 votes. The vote of the electorate was to “Leave the European Union” by a majority of 1,269,501 votes (3.8%) over those who voted “Remain a member of the European Union”.[irrelevant citation] The national turnout of 72% was the highest ever for a UK-wide referendum and the highest for any national vote since the 1992 general election.
|Leave the European Union||17,410,742||51.89|
|Remain a member of the European Union||16,141,241||48.11|
|Invalid or blank votes||25,359||0.08|
|Registered voters and turnout||46,500,001||72.21|
|Source: Electoral Commission|
Regional count results
|Votes||Proportion of votes|
|East of England||4,398,796||75.7%||1,448,616||1,880,367||43.52%||56.48%|
|North East England||1,934,341||69.3%||562,595||778,103||41.96%||58.04%|
|North West England||5,241,568||70.0%||1,699,020||1,966,925||46.35%||53.65%|
|South East England||6,465,404||76.8%||2,391,718||2,567,965||48.22%||51.78%|
|South West England
|Yorkshire and the Humber||3,877,780||70.7%||1,158,298||1,580,937||42.29%||57.71%|
Results by constituent countries
|Votes||Proportion of votes|
Nilfanion: English and Scottish council areas
TUBS: Welsh council areas
Sting: Gibraltar –
This vector image includes elements that have been taken or adapted from this: Scottish council areas 2011.svg (by Nilfanion).
This vector image includes elements that have been taken or adapted from this: Wales, administrative divisions – de – monochrome.svg (by TUBS).
This interactive map will show you every MP’s stance on the EU referendum.
The interactive map above can be adapted and the API calls modified for a primary process as envisaged in our thought experiment.
This is a work in progress and first draft please comment and get in touch with any ideas or observations. Roger ( Tonefreqhz)
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