MARK ALDRIDGE - Community Advocate "Independent candidate" for MAKIN a differnce
THE DEATH OF DEMOCRACY?  

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The word democracy is over used and abused, in its true sense it is all about the ability of the people of this fine nation to decide our countries destiny. (Demos Cratos = the people rule) 

Democracy over recent years has been used to describe a variety of terms, social, electoral, political and our system of justice. 

Interestingly many years ago as an Independent candidate, I had all my T/shirts printed with the saying “Freedom, Justice and Democracy” are not negotiable, so all these years later have they become “Negotiable” and why? 

Electoral democracy is about the free will of an informed electorate to choose who represents us at a political level, Yet we are confronted with many “Musts” Must attend to vote, Must have a preference for every candidate, but no musts in relation to information or protections which would ensure a “free and informed democratic process” in the most because those that write electoral law have the most to gain from structural biases. 

In recent years elections have become the play ground of those who control the legislation and the conduct, rather than a system that empowers our vote, with dodgy practices like fake how to vote information, missing names and ballot papers, lies and deceit have all become an acceptable part of what was once a fine democratic process. 

Social democracy is about these same values, our ability as a people to craft the social direction of our nation, which includes our ability to mould the way forward both politically, socially and through our system of justice. 

Judicial democracy is all about our rights and liberties and applies to our ability to maintain our common law and constitutional rights, and define them in line with our social values. 

Our Rights and Liberties rather than coming from a bill of rights as found in many nations, in Australia comes from our constitutional protections and those defined by our common law rights, where a jury of our peers created precedents at law. 

Social justice used to be a direct result of legal precedents, which by way of the use of a jury kept pace with our social values, in lay terms, every judicial finding became a part of our common law protections, sculpturing a legal system to keep up with changes in society, the day legislative interference started to override this system was the beginning of socialist intervention. 

If we continue to allow people who manipulate our electoral system to gain positions of power, and wield that power to socially engineer our future based on their own ideals and those of the corporate world who fund them, then we will no longer have any power over the direction our nation heads, are you seeing a picture here? 

Where we once enjoyed the protection of innocent until proven guilty, legislative intrusion now tries to tell us we are guilty unless we have the resources to prove our innocence, which now puts a dollar value on justice. 

Where once we were free to choose with whom we did or did not associate, we are now given guide lines again by the interference of legislative social engineering. 

The right to remain silent, so as to not incriminate one’s self also comes under legislative attack, yet those who write such legislation, seem to forget they are meant to be employed and chosen by us to protect such natural rights. 

The game changer in regards to our once fine common law rights came the day trial by jury became the sole domain of self interest, and lawyers took over crafting our system of justice, a future based on politically chosen ideals of a legislative nature, rather than the protections built upon issues of social justice . 

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Political democracy in substance is about the way our country is run, based on debate by those political representatives chosen by us to uphold the values and rights of “we the citizens” 

Many issues impede our ability to claim we live in a democratic nation, electoral law now written by a 2 party political system, that now more so empowers their own best interests rather than the ideal of a free and informed vote, a constitution that has not kept up pace with our society and political leaders who claim the title of honourable even after using deceitful and dishonest practices to gain the title. 

Our common law rights were based on a jury system which sculptured our system of justice to compliment our social values, is now over ridden by legislation biased by political and corporate self interest. 

Since the early 1990’s our political and legal system started to move in the direction of our promises and signatories to United Nations declarations, rather than by way of open and honest debate between we the people and our representatives, it could be said this was the end of honest democracy in Australia. 

It is interesting to note that Agenda 21 is now adopted by every level of our governance, yet rarely have we been privy to the words “Agenda 21” or at local council level LA21, in fact any person who has tried to create open debate about this issue in the most is labelled a conspiracy nut, yet the United nations, our federal, State and local councils all include support it’s ideals as if it has been our chosen agenda for over 2 decades. 

One could easily see this agenda alone as a major game changer and deliberate attempt to undermine democracy, because a move in any direction for our country as a whole that exclude’s our free choice, let alone deliberately excludes us from even a hint of debate, raises issues of concern. 

So an over view of democracy in Australia is very frightening, we are denied educated and free choice when it comes to who represents us, those chosen by this corrupted electoral system get away with the use deceit and foul play to get there, they pledge allegiance to a political machine not we the people, their party does the bidding of the corporate world, their political donors and now heads our nation along a path chosen by a foreign quasi world governmental body, what appears to seek the use of a communist style path to a new social order. 

Our protections like that of the constitution and common-law rights are now excused by those we elect to protect them, leaving us vulnerable to the self interest of dubious people who appear to think they know what is best for us, yet hide behind anonymity. 

I think for the democratic future of our nation we need to take a step back, we need to readdress and define our rights and our system of democratic process. If those we then choose by way of a free and informed choice, believe our future is best supported by the adoption of United Nations declarations, best they make that point known and inspire us as a people to support them, rather than run roughshod over democracy. 

It is interesting to point out that those who back the ideal of a new world where we all live equally in a communist style social utopia, have no interest in joining us, but ruling from above. The very fact this is all spelled out in documents easily found on a simple Google search and confirmed by all recent legislative change in Australia, makes the labelling of we who demand open debate as conspiracy theorists harder to swallow. 

The adoption of Agenda 21 some 20 years ago, was never done in an open and transparent manner, and reading over the document, and its founding notes, unites its words with the actions of every level of our governance, the control of land and water, the diminishing of our rights and liberties, the control of our democratic process, attacks on the rights of personal land ownership, changes in our education system, even the ears of our representatives are now held by people we never see nor elect. 

People are quick to question why we sell our vital land, water and infrastructure to foreign interests, why our manufacturing has all but relocated to foreign shores, why our boarder security is almost non-existent  why we reduce funding to our health care and education and send that money away in foreign aid or why the Labor government are borrowing our nation into oblivion. 

Maybe you may wonder why elections have become all about the choices of two evils, or why the cost of living is dragging us down to the levels of third world countries, there are many questions worth asking, but don’t waste your time asking our media or our supposed representatives, just read up on our future by researching the document that now sculptures our children’s future, Agenda 21, and then ask yourself “is this democracy” I for one say “NO BLOODY CHANCE”! 

So is Democracy dead? “I see it this way, we no longer have an electoral system that allows true informed and free choice, those elected by this failed system attack our fundamental rights and liberty’s, while undermining our system of justice and social values. These same people support a direction for our country which is written and enforced by a foreign entity not chosen by we the people, nor are we allowed open and honest debate on this agenda”.....that to me is the death of Democracy. 


Mark Aldridge Independent Candidate  



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