I didn't, of course.
What I did - a few years ago - is described here: http://rtrs.fmotl.com/
Although I didn't realise it (fully) at the time (just decided it
was a complete waste of time & effort) ... AND I WANTED THE
OPPORTUNITY TO STAND ON MY RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT ... and do a bit
of Lawful Rebellion (which is something I think I'm involved in?)
... I've since realised why "Voting" is COMPLETELY THE WRONG thing
to ever do.
The simple reason: IT'S UTTERLY ***IMMORAL***
Because of what you are ACTUALLY doing.
Under normal circumstances you know full well, you have no right to
impose YOUR wishes on your neighbours WITHOUT THEIR CONSENT.
You know that. You KNOW it is IMMORAL - and utterly AUDACIOUS - the
expect to tell your neighbour to "Do as YOU command!"
You know that your neighbour would tell you to "Fuck off"
... AND RIGHTFULLY SO!
So, how come, it's OK to vote for some Politician, who will do
it for you?
Isn't it just as IMMORAL if some Politician (that you voted for, and
who wins the Election) SHITS on your neighbour? Just
because YOU agree with that Politician, and your neighbour doesn't?
Where did your right to SHIT on your neighbour come from (albeit 'at
long range' ... i.e. 'indirectly')?
It doesn't matter which Party you voted for ... and it doesn't
matter which Party your neighbour supports. Find a neighbour who
DOESN'T support your Party ... and the argument still applies.
(As I said in my book) AUTHORITY can be DELEGATED ... whereas
RESPONSIBILITY can only ever be SHARED.
So ... if YOU DELEGATE, to your MP, the AUTHORITY to
'represent you' ... DON'T FORGET ... YOU SHARE THE
RESPONSIBILITY .... for what he does ... TO YOUR NEIGHBOUR
... and everyone else.
So YOU SHARE ... in the RESPONSIBILITY ... if your neighbour
is SHAT ON.
Don't look away. Don't avert your eyes. That's what you're doing
... whenever you vote.
It's THOROUGHLY IMMORAL. Something YOU KNOW you don't have the
right to do ... normally..
I'm YOUR NEIGHBOUR. YOU DON'T HAVE THE RIGHT TO SHIT ON
ME ... AND YOU KNOW IT. YOU DON'T HAVE THE RIGHT TO TELL
SOME POLITICIAN TO DO IT, EITHER.
Ok. Ok. Ok. You hadn't thought about that up until now.
That's Ok ... neither had I until a few years ago. We all make
mistakes (for example by saying "Permission was granted", when
it was actually refused!).
But now you know. (Sorry
... and all that)