Together, for the first time in history, we are taking democracy across borders.
The UK makes decisions about climate change, migration, poverty and war that directly affects millions around the world. There is no democratic means for those outside the UK to have a say in how these decisions are made.
We think we can do better than a world where politicians from the strongest countries decide for everyone else.
By giving our votes to people in Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Ghana, we’re giving them a say in the UK decisions that affect them. They can ask the candidates questions and ultimately decide who gets their vote.
This is a call out for big and bold ideas about how we can organise ourselves for a better and more equal world.
Apparently our approach to such matters as climate scam, war, poverty etc is as much their business as it is yours, so feel free to vote whatever suits a Ghanian or Bangladeshi the most.
Perhaps we could tell them to stop smoking as well....