Sark, a small channel island near Guernsey, has run a feudal system of governance for 450 years. Today Sark will see it's first democratic election.

Sark did not seek democracy, however the Barclay Brothers (owners of The Daily Telegraph) who live on an island near Sark, pressed the European courts to apply pressure on the island's system of governance and for it to succumb to 'democracy' on grounds of contravening the European Convention on Human Rights.

So what is it that contravenes the European Convention on Human Rights? Does Sark have a poor record on Human Rights abuse? Is it guilty of institutional economic corruption? Perhaps genocide or abuse? No, Sark is not a democracy, therefore it must become one.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2008...sandpublishing

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/news...al-system.html
(note this link is owned by the instigators of the coercion)