You scolded that other anon for "lashing out" and now you are doing the same thing.
Involving more people in the political processes is effective. In the 1990s the Chinese began what they call deliberative democracy
, which bares resemblance to what we would call grass-roots-democracy
. The Chinese state has leaned into this process since and delegated a not inconsiderable amount of political power to it. The results are decent, they had to give up a lot of control over local politics but they gained a lot of stability in return. The world has gotten very complicated you can't micromanage a society anymore.
You also haven't really explained why you think mass politics can't work.
Some people argue that in current conditions only military coups can change politics, is that you're point ?
Well if you want to go that route, i would advise you to lean into mass political participation after your coup, because otherwise you'll end up with a bloody civil war.