What we're about

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Hypercommunication:

nobody votes minor party, must change to save Australia and Earth ||| why? make your vote worth more and not beholden to corporate interests and more minor parties or more of the same. gotta create government for everyone | voting.org.au values: peace, love, kindness, wacko schemes, collectivist cuddle group // how do we do this? honestly the best way is independent, effective mostly self-directed teams but coming together for strength. it’s really up to you. we’ve all gotta take our own action and it’ll happen // success means better government, better lives, better jobs, fair go for everyone. failure means same as usual, corruption, poverty as global industry shift /// historic turning point. only got one shot.

What are you trying to do?

Our goal: At least 65% minor parties in government on election day.

Optimal progress: Someone visits voting.org.au after seeing it everywhere. They decide to vote for a minor party and independent summaries help inform them.

What do you stand for?

We stand by the following values:

Mateship - Treat people as people, and treat them well – especially if they have opposing beliefs (such as members of the major parties).

Transparency - Default to being open with information to increase trust. People shouldn’t struggle to find what they need.

Authenticity - Have meaningful relationships with others and never ‘use’ other people to get what you want. Be forthcoming and honest with mistakes, and treat them as learning experiences.

Sustainability - Constantly consider the environment in everything we do. Run sustainable events and use sustainable resources. Eliminate plastic and waste.

Fun - Have fun and celebrate the small victories!

Know what you can’t change

“Human knowledge is never contained in one person. It grows from the relationships we create between each other and the world, and still it is never complete." ― Paul Kalanithi, When Breath Becomes Air (a tragic autobiography of neurosurgeon dying of lung cancer)

Consider that everyone has their own unique view on politics, just as you do. Attempting to argue, or change someone’s political beliefs is a fools errand, and it’s best to love each other unconditionally.

Simply put, this is an education effort, not a political one.