To stand, or not to stand in 2020, that is the question (a checking on readers' opinion as to whether I should stand as a candidate for 2020 NZ parliamentary elections)
Fig. #B1ab. Here is an enhanced, 2 pages long version of my election flyer for the 2014 election campaign. This flyer is copied from my web page reporting on outcomes of my previous 2014 campaign for parliamentary elections in New Zealand - i.e. is copied from "Fig. #M1" of my web page named pajak_for_mp_2014.htm. In case I would decide to stand also for elections in 2017, the flyer which I would then use would probably be quite similar to the above one. (Click on any page of this flyer to see it enlarged.)
Notice that this flyer is already quite outdated, because it has been prepared as part of my preparation for the NZ parliamentary elections of 2014, reported widely on my other web page named pajak_for_mp_2014.htm. However, most important of its messages probably will remain valid even in 2017 - about which year I still need to decide (with the help from readers of this web page) whether I should stand as a candidate for the NZ parliamentary elections. In the case of me standing to those elections, that flyer would be, after further refining, printed on both sides of an A5 size paper leaf - i.e. In the size in which was printed my flyer for the New Zealand 2014 elections, shown in "Fig. #A1" from the web page named pajak_for_mp_2014.htm. I decided to show this flyer also here for a number of reasons, for example: (1) because I hope that readers may send to me their opinions about it - which may help me to improve it further - so that it is ready in case I ever need to use it; (2) because in a brief form it summarises all for what I am standing and thus what would be the most important in my attempts at standing for the NZ parliamentary elections of 2017; (3) because it allows readers to compare of what I represent to what represent other politicians and candidates for these elections; and for still several others reasons.
Copying of the above flyer is NOT blocked. Thus, the reader can copy and keep it somewhere in own computer for printing and/or for analysing in a spare time later, or to print it and discuss it with the reader's family and/or friends. This copying and printing is completely safe, because this flyer is stored in a safe photograph format called "jpg" - to which computer viruses are unable to attach themselves. Therefore, I would recommend to the reader to print it. After all, it would remind the reader about elections of 2017 and about facts described in item #G1 and in the introduction to this web page. Furthermore, this flyer also provides links to addresses of this web page - to which it may be worth having a look again in the future. The copying of it, saving it in own computer, and printing it, one can carry out in several ways, for example by clicking onto it above with the right-click of the mouse, and then saving it to own computer's disk, or through a direct loading it of the addresses www.pajak.org.nz/elect/pajak_poster_new.jpg and www.pajak.org.nz/elect/pajak_poster_new_2.jpg, or addresses www.totalizm.com.pl/elect/pajak_poster_new.jpg and www.totalizm.com.pl/elect/pajak_poster_new_2.jpg. (Click on any of the two pages/sides of this flyer to more accurately see it enlarged - its high resolution allows a maximum zoom for a precise analysing of every detail of it, for example, the humorous composing of situation by the lowest icon on "page 2" of above flyer - i.e. next to this icon with the slogan "no entanglements ...".)
Page 1: The first page of the abovementioned my election flyer. It summarises my major goals for accomplishing in case if I am elected to the NZ parliament.
Page 2: The second page of the abovementioned my election flyer. It summarises major reasons for which the most beneficial for the voters would turn out to be voting for my "Independent" candidacy. It also provides two (main and spare) internet addresses of the election web page (should my decision be YES and such an election web page needed to be developped), i.e. addresses www.pajak.org.nz/pajak_for_mp_2017.htm and www.totalizm.zensza.webd.pl/pajak_for_mp_2017.htm - to prevent the situation that occurred during my 2014 election campaign and that is described in (2014/8/23) from item #N3 of my web page named pajak_for_mp_2014.htm. So if the first of these addresses fails to work, then the reader can find the same web page on the second (spare) address.
Part #C: Examples that show how difficult problems can be solved without violating any criteria of "true morality", means examples of solutions that in the long-term operation of moral mechanisms would NOT have to be punished with the cancellation of their beneficial consequences:
#C1. Even if I was elected as MP, still all decisions would democratically make the government, while all laws would be designed and voted by parliament, while I could only suggest their moral improvement, but finally there would be a voice in the parliament which would start to emphasize the importance of obeying moral criteria, thus it does NOT hurt to present here for the reader a few examples of how difficult problems could be solved without breaking any criteria of "true morality":
Motto: "Today's politicians, in their behaviours that do NOT know the mechanisms and principles of 'true morality', can be compared to 'drivers who have already been issued with driving licences and hastily race through busy city streets', but they have NOT yet learned 'road code'."(This item will be written and published only after a while - so I propose to look at it in the future.)