> > See, item B, silence is unknowable and unknown.
> Hardly unknowable. The percent of people who don't vote is usually
> in mainstream media.
Isn't it reported as voter apathy or contentment, not as a form of 'protest'? And wouldn't that make the non-participation as protest unknown to most people?
> It means that you choose not to participate in the system. If you don't
> like the system - why participate? You gain nothing. It's hypocritical
> participate in an activity you think is wrong.
Like the wage system?
Elections actually help
> the ruling class because it generates the illusion that we have control
> the system
But non-participation hurts them?
> Joe R. Golowka
> JoeG at ieee.org