Thursday, August 30, 2012

Global Solutions ~ Don't Vote!


Global Solutions: Stop Voting!           

Most nations have an electoral system with two main political parties. That means there are only two candidates for the top job.
You can always count on the worst candidates from each party to float to the top - much like what you see when you glance into an unflushed toilet bowl.
The election campaigns are always the same. The public is swept away by the gleaming smiles, the handshakes and waves, the posters and balloons, the slogans and speeches, the promises and lies.
Over and over again, the biggest spender and the best liar wins the election. The lies are always about change for the better.
Yes. You can count on change for the better - but better for who? For the international "banksters", of course, who bought and paid for the election results.


1. Electronic voting machines
Electronic voting machines are all across America. They "can be" and "have been" manipulated to change the outcome of elections. Hundreds of thousands of votes in the 2004 U.S. election were never counted. Since you can't even be sure your vote counts, why vote?
2. The electoral system is fixed
With only two main political parties, your nation is a two Party Dictatorship. You get to choose between two candidates for the top job. One is the candidate for the very rich and the other is the candidate for the even richer. Both are sponsored into power by the bankster lobby groups.
3. The lesser of two evils
In choosing between two main political parties, voters feel a need to vote for the "lesser of two evils"...but they are still voting for evil. By voting, they are supporting the corrupt electoral system.  It makes no difference who you vote for because the outcome will always be the same with minor variations.
4. The media monopolies
The media monopolies are owned and controlled by the bankster crime families. The candidate who wins the most prime time TV ads, TV interviews, TV endorsements and "fake" poll numbers wins elections.
5. Money decides election results
The historic US election of 2008 re-confirmed one truism about American democracy: Money wins elections. From the top of the ticket, where Barack Obama amassed a nearly two-to-one monetary advantage over John McCain, to congressional races throughout the nation, the candidate with the most money going into Election Day emerged victorious in nearly every contest.
6. Blood not ballots decides elections
Elections are won by blood, not by ballot. It's an "all in the family" affair. Obama is a blood relative of both President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney and a blood relative of British royalty -Edward I of England and William the Lion of Scotland. At least 15 U.S. presidents are verifiably members of the secret society known as Freemasonry.
Here is a Wikipedia list of US Presidents related to British royalty:

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