It may be fun to try the following two strategies, for a week:
Abstaining from the meeting: Anyone invited to the internal meeting can opt out. “Please send me the summary.” If someone abstains, they will give up the ability to express opinions at the meeting, but today, most meetings do not actually provide a platform for people to express their opinions. The person can then leave the Zoom room and return to the actually productive work they did.
Invalid meeting: If anyone in the internal meeting announces that the meeting is a waste of time, it is over. The meeting organizer is obliged to send everyone a memo that they should probably send first.
If you find that a meeting is called when people abstain or worsen, ask to cancel the meeting. Maybe you should be more cautious about which meetings to call and whom to invite.
Does your organization have the guts to give it a try? As a participant, do you care enough about abstention?
Even discussing this idea can bring pressure, and this fact helps us understand the role of identity and power.