So why is this non-entity (unknown) taking on the big three? Because with the help of the social media world any party can!
To put it in their words: “We can out-campaign them. This is a social media world and the main three are still thinking mainstream. They Tweet and Like now rules the globe.”
It’s obvious that they’re switched-on to the technicalities of a digital environment, but is it possible for a non-entity to really take on these titans?
Well the Green party was once a non-entity and now they have a nice percentage of the votes. Labour too were once newcomers on the political scene (now they are major players).
So how does the Social Media Party expect to go from zero to hero?
“We promise all our voters power. Power of autonomy, power to choose policies, power to decide how their vote Will count.”
Is this a return to a call for proportional representation?
“In social media terms, every like and each tweet counts, so should every single vote! That’s true democracy in action!”
But can they win elections?