I think this is a wonderful discussion because it gets to the heart of how much of our society functions. Having studied humanity and how people interact in this environment, I have developed a few thoughts which I now offer for your consideration.
I think we came here to learn. That means learning how to interact with each other and to deal with the life issues which we all face. I agree that most people are generally good people. The committee suggests that we the people have the power to change what is happening. To that, I agree. However, what I have concluded is that humanity is (I am sorry to say) easily brainwashed, controlled and manipulated. (Not everyone, of course.) We can look at the results, which speak for themselves. Therefore, because of the manipulation which has been employed for so long, most people don’t really know what can and should be done to make needed changes. Many of us don’t even realize that significant changes should be made.
So, while most people are generally good people, the few at the so-called top, who control much of what occurs, have done a masterful job of manipulating us. Recorded history speaks clearly on this. My belief is that most of those people who are in control of our major institutions are not what I would call good people. The power elite have been running things here for all of recorded history and it is them who have caused so much pain and suffering. To conclude, I suggest that is not the reason we came here. Our primarily Earth lessons were to be what we could lean through our interactions with each other, which are surely complex enough, already.
The Committee has said many times, one thing which could be done is: abstain from voting. It's easy because it is not doing something, it's NOT doing something.
Each side would get what it wants, the despised Republocrat or Libervative would be blocked from office.
The reactions from nullified elected officials (there is no election or winner if <1% vote) would reveal their true nature.
May I ask another rare question?
What exactly would happen if such a situation happened?
The legal and judiciary system would manage everything, or chaos would reign supreme. The second will move us to do something.from not doing something?
The Committee says: "The reactions and steps taken by established elected officials, incumbent office holders and candidates, in order to prevent organizers from achieving this effect, will accurately predict the response to and effects from a successfully ignored election."