Don't miss your chance to have your say on 2 May - Copythorne Parish CouncilA voting bloc is a group of voters that are strongly motivated by a specific common concern or group of concerns to the point that such specific concerns tend to dominate their voting patterns, causing them to vote together in elections. For example, Beliefnet identifies 12 main religious blocs in American politics, such as the Religious Right, whose concerns are dominated by religious and sociocultural issues; and American Jews, who are identified as a “strong Democratic group” with liberal/Marxist  views on economics and social engineering  issues. The result is that each of these groups votes en bloc in elections. The importance of which can’t be understated. These groups win elections for their chosen candidate Presidents and prime ministers don’t get elected unless they pander to such groups beforehand. A lesser known group who Bloc vote are the Mormons and the current consensus is that Mormons will be a leading player if not the leading player in terms of bloc voting in US presidential elections in the coming decades. This is down to the fact that not only is bloc voting the norm in their communities but their rocketing sky high demographics.  


Perhaps as equally important but with a fraction of the attention would be when bloc voting is practiced in universities. Far-left Fringe and radical extremist groups have dominated vocal opinion on campus by winning small scale debates and elections with relatively few votes but because they were organized and true to their commitment. 

Neo-Aristocracies approach to bloc voting isn’t limited to political election but rather any scenario and system that relies on an audiences support, the perfect scenario would be for example a small town that has multiple Neo-Aristocracy families who together change town planning, Local law and other such influential social programs by swinging smallish votes by their bloc voting. 

Until we get to that point how can bloc voting be used to benefit Neo-Aristocracy and our shared ideals. A win for a individual family is a win for the group as a whole. With the advent of the internet distance has become irrelevant not least in activism terms. Ways in which this method on mass can work for us.

Leaving positive reviews for each others family business on review websites.

Signing each others petitions.

Writing letters / e.mails and sending them to public officials or businesses in support of another families cause. 

Joining in on comments on other families social media posts in a positive way, defensive if necessary.

Giving character references to one another, for jobs or any similar demand.

Obviously these are somewhat of milder benefit when compared with swaying a Presidential race however its a perfect start and one that will bond the families. Lofty goals are noble but its all about getting there at this point. 

What is lobbying ? Lobbying is the activity of trying to persuade someone in authority, usually an elected member of a government, to support laws or rules that give your organization or industry an advantage.

Democracy is a sham and voting a total waste of time, but you knew that anyway right ? If you want to get anything done or want your community or country to go in a certain direction then you need to learn how to Lobby.  Its difficult to give any concise information on how to Lobby because its done differently in every country and to be honest we don’t know much about it ourselves but what we do know is its what actually makes politicians do things rather than just saying they are going to do them at election time. 

Every family should make themselves at least some what familiar with how lobbying works be it in UK or USA or anywhere for that matter. Every group of significance lobbies and so should we. This is definitely something we need to get into as a group at some point. In the meantime some links attached.

A Beginner’s 10-Step Guide to Lobby Politicians