Promoting Democracy will require many different skills and many hands to help build and spread the message. Anybody from any background and any skillset of any age can help and participate.
If you want to be a part of building the future of Democracy in our country, you only need to ask yourself "What can I do?".
The youth brings energy and the elderly have experience. It does not matter if you are poor or wealthy everyone regardless of their situation has something to offer and can participate.
Patriot Democracy is about empowering people regardless of any activities of governments or large corporations. People should be able to promote Democratic ideals and criticize the state without fear.
Authoritarian Socialist governments like the ANC generally do not like it when the people speak out, and often attempt to prevent these activities through the control of information, infringing on peoples human rights.
The platform created by Patriot Democracy and the technology we promote and use is all set up to be resistant to censorship and bully tactics. As Patriot Democracy is an organisation founded and run anonymously, it provides a platform and solid base for others to use and speak out publicly in their own name or anonymously.
Anybody can participate on terms they control, and there is no racial, ethnic or sexual discrimination. You should be in control of your life and future, not the ANC government, and Patriot Democracy would like to help you live in a free Democracy we can all be proud of.
Spread The Word
The most important thing a Patriot can do, and this everybody can do, is talk about and share the Patriot Democracy message and promote Democratic ideals and principles.
You can start with your family by asking questions and challenging outdated beliefs. Next, you can focus on your friends and your local community. There is nothing more important than challenging bad ideas or outdated beliefs and promoting Democracy.
- Ask questions about what people think about Democracy in South Africa.
- Talk about Patriot Democracy and what we promote.
- Ask people to explain their understanding of Socialism and where the ANC is going.
- Talk about voting, the importance of voting and who to vote for.
- If you have family in rural areas, take the message home for the holidays.
- Explain how voting for the ANC regardless of performance creates corruption.
- Discuss why not voting does not punish the ANC and helps keep them in power.
- Share links and messages on social media.
- Take photos talking and engaging about Democracy and share and tag #PatriotDemocracy.
- Call in to talk radio stations weekly promoting The Patriot Voting System.
- Host and participate in Meetup events about Patriot Democracy.
We encourage people to look for opportunities to have a conversation about Democracy, voting and the ways we the people of this country can fix our country ourselves.
Please don't ruin anyone's birthday, wedding, funeral, cleansing ceremony or bar-mitzvah. There are many everyday appropriate opportunities to talk about South Africa and Democracy.
We have the power to change this country we only need to come together and vote together as a united people.
But I Am Too Young To Vote
Just because you not old enough to vote yet and you still in school does not mean you can't participate. The young people of today will one day inherit the problems and mess created today. The people that are responsible for the mess will be long gone, and the youth of today will be left to clean up this mess down the road.
The sooner young people get involved, the better it will be for them.
There are two things young people are very good at, learning technology and making themselves heard.
Learn about the ideas, projects, software and systems Patriot Democracy uses and help others learn it too. If you know about an adult wanting to participate but struggling in some way, help them where you are able.
Make your voice heard by asking questions at school, with friends and teachers. Ask your parents who they are going to vote for and challenge bad ideas that look to break down this country and turn us against each other.
But I Don't Live In South Africa Anymore
Every South African that has left the country most likely still has family back home. It might not make much of a difference to you directly where you live now but your family and country need your help.
With technology and the Internet, today distance and timezones are inconveniences, not an obstacle. You can participate in donating your skills and time the same as anybody else can.
Just because you live in another country does not mean you can't vote, if you have a South African ID book you can vote. Go to the closest South African embassy and find out what you need to do to make this happen. Once you learn the process find other South Africans also living in the same country and persuade them to do the same.
But I am Not South African
If you live in South Africa but can't vote, it does not mean you can't have a voice and participate. Everybody wins in a strong democracy, by helping South Africa move away from the Socialist criminal agenda of the current ANC government will benefit everybody that lives here.
If you don't live in South Africa and are not a citizen it does not mean you cant help fight for democracy. How different countries are governed and operate affects everyone.
The world is a globally connected place and every country that slips towards Socialism and becoming a failed state negatively affects everyone allowing criminals to exploit the situation that then has knock-on affects other countries. The more strongly democratic countries in the world the better for everyone.
Patriot Democracy is a volunteer-based organization, so we encourage people to look to donate their time first, directly or indirectly.
Unfortunately, some things are only achievable with money and so if you have the means to donate and contribute some of your hard-earned monthly salary we would be very grateful.
For security and privacy reasons we promote using the cryptocurrency Monero. Please see our community donation page for instructions on how.
We strive to make it easy for anybody to be able to participate regardless of technical expertise safely and securely.