The following is an excellent video on the state of modern 'democracy' which is nothing but an Illusion of Choice provided to make the masses think
they have a say in how their country is run.
No greater example of this political charade can be seen than with the US Presidential Elections where two political parties fight for the votes of
Americans, even though both sides are controlled by the same corporate entities and the same foreign lobbies-
The recent election 'debates' are a complete joke, serving as political Punch and Judy for the masses to keep up this illusion. Look at the polling
Obama and Romney are neck and neck, no greater example can be found to show how the elite can divide and manipulate a nation of people. You have two
political parties that are run by the same group of people, yet the elite have got the manipulation down to such an artform that America is literally
divided into two halves in a 'debate' that is completely pointless. It's only purpose is to maintain the idea that Americans have a choice who runs
the country. Both sides will do the same things and take the same path.
You either don't vote and Romney or Obama get in, or you vote and one of them still get into power. Both of them will take the same path, for it is
decided by the corporations and foreign lobbies and media moguls that fund their campaigns.
We are not slaves in the physical sense that we are chained up, but economically and spiritually, we are slaves and we certainly do not live in a true
Just think about money, we have to pay for everything- drive a car- you need permission from the government. You have to pay income tax, in the UK
you have to pay council tax, VAT, insurance, we get ripped off on petrol, in America you have to pay medical insurance and have no say whether your
drinking water contains fluoride or whether your food contains GMO. At what stage did any of us agree to all this control over our lives? When did
the people vote for the Iraq or Afghan wars, or the Libya intervention? Most Americans, if they had the 'choice', would say spend that money at home,
but the 'elected' governments do not offer that choice, they serve the powers that put them into power, not the masses.
Increasingly, I admire at least the skill of the elite, it is a shame their power is used in such a negative way. This control system and how they
have managed to literally split America into two opposing political halves is one hell of an achievement. They have created a system where people are
voting thinking they have a choice, a nation literally divided in two even though either side voted into power will do the same things and wage the
same wars, make the same government cuts, continue to increase the surveillance state and support GMO.
Just imagine if that ability was used to help mankind rather than keep it divided.
edit on 19-10-2012 by Wonderer2012 because: (no reason given)
I appreciate the video you used to accompany this thread, as well. Not many are versed well enough in politics to actually understand what is
currently happening (Or have been happening for many decades...) This thread proves you are one of the few, who do.
Actually, Romney and Obama won't take the exact same path and I wouldn't be surprised if the Obama administration pulls something before the election
to takeover. The hedge fund billionaires have, many times, opposed the US government and international banks
(as so). This is the group that backs Romney. Other elites are backing
Obama, specifically big pharma it seems. Both sides want control but have to be careful about not breaking the illusion that they're ALL well meaning
guys. The Fed's support seems divided between these two entities. Either way however, yes, it's not really Democracy and it's a route to Hell. Just
which Hell do you prefer?
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