Caution.
We publicly respond to a user who has contacted us on social networks.
The question is: why are you asking me for my email address and password to read an article, or to see various pages on the official DirectDemocracyS website?
Nobody asks our visitors to enter any data. To see all the public parts, you just have to go down a little below, under our official logo, which, if you click it, takes you back to our Main Page (Homepage).
For the convenience of those who are already registered, therefore for all our users, we have 2 access forms, to the reserved area. One at the top of our pages, and one at the bottom. Through these forms, by entering your username (and not your email address), and the password, chosen by each of our users, during registration, and the creation of your personal profile.
Our website is free, free, secure, and anyone who wants to read, all our public information, our instructions, our rules, even the various criticisms we receive, our blogs in over 53 languages, and discussion areas, and all the Main Menu items, you can read them without any need to enter our website.
The advantage of being our user, is to be able to decide together with other users, to carry out various political activities, or to work in the groups of specialists, or to control in the special security groups, but also to administer our entire political organization, and all our projects.
Furthermore, our official members can vote, but also stand as candidates, in our internal primary elections, online, and subsequently participate, as our political representatives, in the real elections.
Problems with languages.
Our Blog is available in over 53 languages ​​(the main languages ​​of the world), just select the category of your language and click on the title of each article to read its content. It's simple, fast, free, secure, and without any commitment.
The main parts, and many articles, of our website are in English, but next to our logo, there is a module, in which you can select your preferred language, choosing from over 100 available, from the drop-down menu which opens by clicking on "* English *" (just click on the flag or the name of your language). When you change pages, our system will translate all parts into English, but you always have to wait a few seconds for each translation at each change of web page.
Happy reading, and if you like it, and you want it, after being informed, join us, and share your political project with other people. Be yourself, help other people, get to know us, and join us.
Thank you.
P.S. Obviously, our registered users, our verified registered users, our official members, our official representatives, our administrators, and our super administrators, have restricted areas, and Main Menu items, visible, and accessible, only to a certain type of user, this is to protect the privacy of anyone who joins us, and to keep all our activities, and our website (which is our big common home), clean, tidy, safe, and quiet, for all who are part of our immense family.
 

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