Wednesday, July 22, 2015

The Case For Not Voting

By Andrew Midkiff
 
The system is set up by two parties, the Democrats and Republicans, as a way to keep voters from voting for who they truly want to see in office, and that is how they maintain a monopoly when it comes to being elected to political office. The two-party system is an illusion, whenever one party uses its power to an extreme degree it sets the conditions for the other party to take over. Then the other takes its turn in wielding excessive power. Most Americans seem incapable of understanding that the Democrats and Republicans are two teams serving the same master. By keeping people focused on rooting for one team or the other, the behind-the-scenes rulers ensure their invisibility and power. You may vote for the person you want but the candidates for elections are  pre-selected for you. Most people resort to voting for the lesser of two evils. If you vote for the lesser of two evils, you are still voting for evil.
 
No matter who you vote for nothing is going to change. Take the last election for example. Obama extended Bush’s tax cuts, kept Bush’s Secretary of Defense, extended the wars in Afganistan and Iraq, didn’t close Guantanamo Bay, and instituted a healthcare system that’s destroying the middle class. He's also flooded the country with illegal immigrants that will be allowed to vote for more of the same.

Not voting is a form of civil disobedience that has enormous power to prove that the presidency and Congress no longer represent the American people. Voters that complain about the outcome, no matter which party they voted for have nobody to blame but themselves. Voting is an exercise in self-deception and futility designed to keep the working class servile and marginalized.

And this quote from one who should know.
“Presidents are selected, not elected.”
― Franklin D. Roosevelt
 
 
Elections are a fraud, in the 2012 elections the votes were counted in Spain.
 
"Those who cast the votes decide nothing. Those who count the votes decide everything"
- Josef Stalin
 
And then there is the case of voter fraud. Are you dead? Have you moved out of town? Are you in jail? No problem someone will vote in your place.


 




 
 
 

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