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it seems no one is will to invest three hours to read about a new way for governance.
I don't have 3 hours to spare. I devote most of my time daily with our new family member, she's my center of attention right now, and will be for the foreseeable future. She needs constant attention.
A change in governance means several things. 1. overthrow the present kind of government we presently have. 2. Try to get the people we trust elected to make the changes, except with the electoral college, our votes don't matter anyway. 3. impeachment of who we have in place now. 4. rewrite our constitution or amend it heavily.
I could go on.
The algorithms in place via internet searches also prevents me (my personal choice) from checking out websites that are about different ways government can be changed. If I typed in New Black Panther Party in my search engine, the website I might choose to click on in the search results might trigger algorithms into tracking me or my computer, ip address, and so forth, which means I might be looking for hard left political dissenters or persons who are looking to change our governance forcefully. I am overly cautious about doing certain types of internet searches, and am very careful of where I go on the web. I don't believe I have ever clicked on any of the links the person using this forum has provided, but I have probably done a Bing and/or Google search of first and last names. I do know, for instance if I click on amazon.com, amazon automatically records my ip address, and when I leave amazon, I'll see header or sidebar ads for amazon for items I just browsed. I can clear the cache, but even after doing that, ads still appear after I relaunch my browser. I am disconnected from social media too, I do not do facebook, twitter, snapchat or anything else. I am a virtual turtle in it's shell.