Is it possible to try this?
Don't see why not. But usually showing people Schedule 1 of the Bill is enough to persuade them if they are persuadable. Most people wouldn't be prepared to read something like that or think about it.
Or would we be accused of trying to scare people?
I think we are already. It should scare people, though. Unfortunately the Government is doing a very good job of scaring people [em]into[/em] the scheme, so we are probably better served by playing against that and appealing for people to consider their optopns calmly.
Or is it far to complicated?
Not to do. But probably hard to sell. The work would only be worth doing if it were underpinning a suitably dramatic story. Expecting many people to read a fictional example at length out of mere curiosity, and then draw some conclusions from it unaided is probably unrealistic.
All our propaganda needs to proceed from the assumption the public is not interested. People need to be engaged before you can sell to them.