Hey, look everybody, Bill Clinton’s coming to town. Let’s turn off our brains and participate in the sham.
One of the neatest tricks in politics occurs when former Presidents get out there on the stump for candidates currently running for political office.
Bill Clinton is coming to a town near me.
Barack Obama may be coming to a town near you.
It’s not just Democrats though; Republicans will play the same game.
So, when you see these politicians getting out there, it’s only natural for you to believe that the elections are real and that the elections matter.
Otherwise, if the whole game was rigged, why would they be out there?
I’ll give you a couple of reasons.
Number one, they have to continue the sham that your vote matters. If the sham is exposed as a sham, they would have to change the system. This they do not want to do. They are making too much money by it.
Number two, they don’t give a damn about your vote; they only care that their faction of the corporate gang gets to divvy up the perks.
What they’re saying is this: If our party wins, we get 2/3 of the perks. If the other party wins we only get 1/3.
Either way you the American people lose.
The government always gets in power.
It’s a gentleman’s agreement between the two parties.
Democracy is a sham.
It only exists to give you the illusion that you have a choice.
Unfortunately, you don’t have any choice at all because they’re both going to rip off the system, promote war as an economic model, and continue exploitation of workers abroad.
You know this to be true in your guts.
You are in denial.
You are furiously pumping yourself up with slogans.
Consequently, there is this force that draws you to vote.
It is an inexorable force.
You say to your self: If I don’t vote, I can’t complain, and I can’t have any opportunity to change things.
Here’s a ticket on the clue train: You can complain, and even if you do vote, you won’t change things.
There are other ways to change the world.
Don’t get suckered into thinking that the only way is through politics.
You can change yourself by having a measure of self-respect.
Stop disrespecting yourself by participating in a sham.
Actually the elections have been shams since the day democracy was invented.
Over 200 years ago Napoleon and his brothers rigged plebiscites in France. Naturally they would win. They were so brazen they would rig the votes with even numbers. So Napoleon would win the elections by 16,000,000 to 4,000,000.
Talk about comedy!
The comedic act continued its roadshow into the United States during the last election of Joe Biden.
No serious person could possibly believe that a man sitting in his bunker, a man who had not energized his base, could possibly win.
I can tell you a stone cold fact. The success, as defined by turnout, of every party that I have hosted at my house or office has been directly correlated to the amount of energy that I put into promoting the party.
When you promote yourself, you have a greater chance of success. When you don’t promote yourself, you lessen your chance of success.
Joe Biden energized nobody in the 2020 election. He was not out there on the stump to any significant degree. His opponent, Donald Trump, no matter how much you detest him (and I do), did go out on the stump, and he did energize his base.
And yet, we are told that Joe Biden won the election.
That does not comport with reality or anything in my own experience.
The purpose of this letter is not to justify the illegitimacy of the 2020 election. The purpose of this letter is to demonstrate that democracy is a sham.
The elites figured out a long time ago how to rig the elections.
As Mark Twain stated over a century ago: If voting mattered they’d never let us do it.
Elections don’t matter, and they don’t care.
You won’t change a damn thing by voting.
The politicians didn’t go into politics to do what you want; they went into politics to do what they want.
They don’t see themselves as servants of the people; they see themselves as rulers of the people.
I don’t care what the Constitution says. I don’t care about the way it’s supposed to be.
That’s not cynicism; that’s hard earned reality.
Now, there’s an argument to be made that at least voting gives you the opportunity to change things.
That would be true only as long as the political class cared about you.
But when the political class has been hijacked by a Harvard Cabal that considers its own interests and its own immortality first, a place where noblesse oblige does not exist, that representation is not possible.
And that is the state of affairs in the United States today.
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