posted on Apr, 11 2012 @ 06:29 AM
reply to post by bknapple32
DISCLAIMER: This is not "voter apathy" speaking. This is realization that the entire political system is just a facade engineered to create the
perception that common people have a say in big decisions. TPTB (The Powers That Be) have a stake in keeping the "masses" happy. When "we" are not
being deluged with "Wine and Circus," we are told we actually have a say in legislation and election.
Well, legislation serves BIG CORPORATIONS (which are now "people" according to some politicians). Just take a look at laws passed recently, and you
might see who congress/government is truly serving. One example: congress passed a law PREVENTING a beef company from testing 100% of its beef for
mad cow disease becasue it might force the entire cattle industry to spend more money to make their beef safer too. A company was ordered to cease
and desist its program to make its product safer for American consumers because in doing so, that company would "force" the rest of the industry to
spend money. Further, another law was passed that makes SPEAKING OUT ---EVEN IF IT IS TRUE-- against an industry would cause financial loss. In
other words, even if what you say is TRUE, you are legally liable for **damages** to an industry if your revelations cause that industry financial
damage. Oprah and that cattleman would now be legally liable for damages against the cattle industry ---even if what they said was true. Luckily for
them, they exposed bad practices before congress passed such a law (the law was, in fact, passed after special interest lobbying in response to the
These are just a couple of examples to illustrate exactly WHO the government considers first. Special interest. Bankers. Big Corporations.
--Basically, people and entities with billions of dollars have bought the system. In the end, it matters not who runs for office.
There exists a hidden global agenda that will be forwarded no matter who sits in the Big Chair. We either concern ourselves with this or decide that
ignorance is bliss which allows us to truly enjoy that weekend barbeque of untested beef with friends over beer and NASCAR or whatever other pleasant
distraction is available.
edit on 11-4-2012 by GhostLancer because: Typo