Nowadays however, we have the communications technology and the infrastructure in the form of the Internet wherein we are able to instantaneously瞬間 communicate with one another while openly sharing all information so as to enable all of the people to expressly participate in a form of real democracy, open source and direct.
Establishing a foundation of real (participatory) democracy of the people by the people for the people is a process of people taking responsibility by investigating how the world functions, realizing where the problems lie, designing solutions, and then standing as those solutions so to change the system of democracy by stepping up and becoming it. This is what (real) democracy of the people by the people for the people is all about, all the people taking responsibility for all the things.
Who is behind the brainwashing of society, bankrolling負責籌集 the efforts to keep people dumbed-down believing that our current forms of democracy are representative of the majority when in reality they are not? Ask yourself who benefits the most by keeping elitist-traditions精英主义传统 alive. The elite of course, those with most of the world's money, those who are currently in power and control. Eighty-five (85) of the richest people in the world now have more money than 3.5 billion of the poorest people in the world; where's the democracy/equality in that?
Consequently, even if a president or legislative representative does attempt to represent the majority of the people's interests ahead of the interests of those with the most money, he or she is likely to find it very difficult to get re-elected due to the fact that such politicians require large sums of money to finance their election-campaigns競選 in order to get into power and stay there. Keep this in mind the next time you decide to point a finger and blame politicians.