In North America
This blog last edited: August 26, 2014
I'm starting this blog, because thanks to social media and other media outlets, I have come to realize that a lot of North American governments, at all three levels, are not following democratic procedures.
Democracy, as defined by Webster's Dictionary, is this:
: a form of government in which people choose leaders by voting
: a country ruled by democracy
Full Definition of DEMOCRACY
: a political unit that has a democratic government
capitalized : the principles and policies of the Democratic party in the United States <from emancipation Republicanism to New Deal Democracy — C. M. Roberts>
: the common people especially when constituting the source of political authority
North America IS a legally recognized Democratic Continent so....
There fore, any government, be it municipal, provincial/state/federal, who does not follow the democratic process in North America, is involved in illegal activity.
I think the the Canadian Constitution includes the right to enjoyment of private property, the right to water, shelter, and access to food. And the right to freedom of speech is in it some place.
This constitution needs to be changed to include the 'right to live in a clean environment' because certain politicians have taken that right away from some people in favor of big bully oil and gas.