“We the people”, it was written on our primary ‘law of the land’. A beginning of a sentence that cost our ancestors more than just paper and ink. Our ancestors cried for democracy only to find authoritarian violence. Those cries of our ancestors’ are heard through the cries of us today at protests, only to have the same resistance given. This blog is to share views that aim towards a future for pure democracy, a day when we can leave “representatives” in the past and let the people be the voice.