Why do we have to be restricted to your ideas?

I see the carefully formed questions but why can't we contribute our freely held thoughts?  Why do we have to be constrained by the ideas of whoever is running this discussion?

Here's a thought: shall we let people speak in an unrestricted forum? Radical, I realise.  Gosh - imagine intelligent, educated people actually contributing to a liberal democracy! We can't allow that?

There might be some things which don't suit the tax avoiding Trust industry (shall we try to think of legitimate reason to have an offshore trust industry.... thinking...thinking...nope - no reason)  or Dandara or Lyndon "fingers" Farnham  - but should that just constrict the discussion?

hmmm...  this is a bit old load of greeenwashing.   Try harder 


Why the contribution is important

Because democratic decision isn't corralled I to convenient buckets 

by Willy99 on February 19, 2021 at 09:42PM

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  • Posted by TGray February 19, 2021 at 22:54

    A valid point here. It is all too easy to direct the course of conversations like this simply by framing the questions in a certain way. Free discussion would be much more useful but then some of our politicians and policy makers might hear things that they don't like. That wouldn't do! It is still worth taking part, given the seriousness of the climate change crisis
  • Posted by Tom March 10, 2021 at 09:30

    There is a button that sys + add an idea??? why dont you use it?
  • Posted by TGray March 10, 2021 at 14:51

    Seek and ye shall find
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