Traditional forms of protest no longer perform the function they once did in democratic society.
Marches, petitions, even parliamentary protests, have reached the end of their effective functionality.
Therefore new forms of democratic protest are required.
Since the Constitution makes provision for the role of public protest, it is incumbent upon each ordinary citizen, who is minded to register their dissent with the ruling government of the day, to do so in as innovative a manner as possible.
The form this public protest takes should be left to the citizens who are sovereign…