Take the example of not voting, refusing to vote - opting-out of all systems of votes - not because it often/ inevitably leads to bad-outcomes, but because it is intrinsically evil...
(But the same arguments could be applied to many other decisions, and most things to do with a bureaucracy.)
People say things like - But what if everybody with principles didn't vote - then... Or conversely, But one person not voting makes no difference, so you might as well...
The main point is that morality cannot truly be consequential; first because we can never know the consequences - therefore it is, at best, probabilistic. And the probabilities are usually not knowable.
But even if they were, outcomes are always mixtures of good and bad consequences, so an absolute (non-consequential) morality is still required to decide what is right or best given the mixed-picture.
Consequential arguments merely kick the can further down the road... So we ought to do what is right in the first place.
But what if we do agree that not voting-in - not participating-in, this committee meeting, or election, or peer review, or promotions panel... will indeed have a bad outcome, immediately. (As it very likely would.)
What then? Is it being proposed that we should always do what is best (from our perspective) in the immediate short-term?
That kind of blind, short-termism would - of course - be a recipe for disaster in any battle/ war/ sustained conflict.
And if a battle/ war/ sustained conflict is exactly what we are engaged-in... well, then we ought Not to be doing what is best in the short-term.
Especially when the opposition are already winning and have been for a long-time.
If we are serious about turning the trend when it has been for so long against us - then we must (surely?) be prepared to accept short-term, probably medium-term disadvantage in order to give any realistic hope of long-term victory?
So if a system without voting - a system based upon responsible individual human judgement - is what we hope for eventually, then maybe we should be starting work on implementing it straight away?
And we should be prepared to accept the inevitable short-medium term problems - because if we aren't prepared for short-term problems en route to a better situation - then nothing good, valuable or positive can possibly happen.
If we aren't prepared to accept short term disadvantage to reach a long term virtuous goal, we will be trapped on the down-escalator to damnation.