Think about when you try to tell the Army or RAF things, and they come up here and on ARRSE telling you you can't possibly understand because you are not one of the special people, and haven't been on the ground etc etc. That's what you are doing now. It may be true, or contain large elements of truth, but it is not convincing.
What if some amateur MP were to fail to understand why the PM doesn't answer the questions properly at PMQs? The pros all swallow this without any problem. They have got used to it, and to all the other ways of riding roughshod over our constitution and liberties.
Agree partly ... not knowing the "rules" helps you think outside the box - sometimes you come up with whacky, unrealistic ideas - other times you hit the nail on the head. However, I think the point I'm trying to make is that change (or the pressure for change) comes from without - not within. If you buy into the system, you abide by the rules of that system and, if the system is corrupt, it eventually corrupts you.