Time For A Change
Why does money get spent to organize people when there is an election? Isn’t there always an election? So why not have organizations have an ongoing political empowerment campaign?
Both main political parties are funded by the wealthy elite in this country. If democracy is important, the grassroots need to gather enough signatures to create a ballot initiative that does the following.
1. Create a $1 property tax and a $0.01 sales tax and redistribute the funds to grassroots political organization with equal representation based on race, gender, sexual orientation, income levels, and age within a geographic location(neighborhood).
2. Require these Organizations elected leaders for Term limited time periods of (1) one year within a 10 year period.
3. Each Organization must be accountable for registering voters in their community, training and educating their community on issues affecting their community, city, county, state and country, holding online community debates, polls and newsletters. Live stream all meetings, debates and share data on a central website.
4. Funds must be equally divided based on population of neighborhood, income levels, by percentage of race, age, gender and sexual orientation.
This Ballot Initiative will give everyone a voice in their democracy, train new leaders for political office and give them an opportunity to focus on solutions to problems that can be shared with other organizations and communities. Our democracy is rotten to the core, where the wealthy elite dictate the policies and leaders a puppets, who lack the moral courage to solve problems without fear or excuses.
I offer this strategy to those seriously interested in change and not just trying to replace the power structure in order to meet their own egos and ambitions.
Charles E. Campbell, Founder & CEO
The Quiet Resolution, (TQR, Inc)