|We Are Decentralised||January 17, 2014, 2:20 pm|
So feel free to tell me I've gone off the deep end here, but lately my views are becoming increasingly hostile towards centralised government. I see failings, abuses, lies, scandals, profiteering, cronyism and corruption. I see a complete inability to regulate for the common good. It could be partly due to the present party in charge in the UK being considerably more disgusting than average, but I feel the problem is bigger than that. The problem is systemic. I therefore hope to challenge a traditional mindset that we've held onto for far too long.
If I only get the opportunity to convince you of one thing in this lifetime, I would like it to be this.
Decentralisation will be a cornerstone of future governance because our current top-down, centralised system does not represent us. Projects are already well underway to decentralise money and we need to do the same for governance. As such, I invite you to visit the following website:
The reason emphasis has been placed on what the site does -not- represent is due to the fact that one person shouldn't have the sole say on how things should be done. I don't have all the answers and wouldn't expect people to take me seriously if I claimed otherwise. But I think we can all recognise that things are getting progressively worse as a direct result of the career politicians pretending that they're trying to make things better, so I've chosen to highlight that aspect and explain how decentralisation will be a solution to represent everyone.