posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 01:47 AM
The media decides who will run and who will get any airtime to get their message across. Thus, the media decides to keep the two party system in
place, and the people polarised.
Without the platform that the two main parties get, and a chance at equal debate time, nobody else stands a chance of getting into power. Add to that
the treatment of Ron Paul even when he was allowed any airtime in the early days leading up to the party nomination, and we see how things are stacked
against anyone other thamn those chosen by the corporate world.
In summary, we get to choose only from the two main parties. In the UK we have 3, allegedly, but the 3rd one is never going to hold power and is
there to simply give the illusion of choice and to prop up whatever of the 2 main parties needs their support for a coalition.
Anyone from outside, and not under the control or influence of the big money interests, is never going to be allowed to hold power, let alone even try
as it would end the nice little status quo that has ruled us for so long.