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9/11 Truth And The Vote, If you don't trust the government, why do you vote for it?

MarkESmith
post Jun 19 2015, 10:02 PM
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When you vote, you are delegating your power to the government. Once you vote, your job is over, as the US government boasts that it does not allow public opinion to influence policy decisions.

But you aren't voting for the candidates you select. The Presidential and Vice-Presidential candidates are on the ballot fraudulently. Our Constitution expressly prohibits us from voting for them. Only the Electoral College can do that, so when you vote for them your votes really go to the member of the Electoral College of the candidates' political party, whose names are NOT on the ballot.

But none of this really matters, as the Supreme Court ruled in Bush v. Gore 2000 that the popular vote doesn't have to be counted. Even if it was counted, it is not the final say and can be overridden by the Electoral College, Congress, or the Supreme Court.

If you don't believe the government's 9/11 story, why would you believe anything else they say?

My e-book, Consent to Tyranny: Voting in the USA, is available free online at http://fubarandgrill.org/node/1431 or from amazon Kindle for 99-cents: http://www.amazon.com/Consent-Tyranny-Voti...k/dp/B0095OHZ9G

This is not a democracy. In a democracy your vote would be counted, the election results would be verifiable, the popular vote would be the final say, and it would be the supreme influencer of government policy. Look up the word democracy in any dictionary--it means a form of government where supreme power is vested in the people. In a tyranny, the people have to petition tyrants, in a democracy the people just vote and their vote determines what their representatives must do.

There are a lot of smart people on this forum. Yet many of them continue to cast uncounted ballots for a corrupt system.

My book is a very short, easy read. But it might save you a lot of wasted time. Yes, the government will be able to continue to screw you, but if you have any self-respect you'll stop giving it your consent.

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post Jun 19 2015, 10:32 PM
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QUOTE (MarkESmith @ Jun 19 2015, 09:02 PM) *
When you vote, you are delegating your power to the government. Once you vote, your job is over, as the US government boasts that it does not allow public opinion to influence policy decisions.

But you aren't voting for the candidates you select. The Presidential and Vice-Presidential candidates are on the ballot fraudulently. Our Constitution expressly prohibits us from voting for them. Only the Electoral College can do that, so when you vote for them your votes really go to the member of the Electoral College of the candidates' political party, whose names are NOT on the ballot.

But none of this really matters, as the Supreme Court ruled in Bush v. Gore 2000 that the popular vote doesn't have to be counted. Even if it was counted, it is not the final say and can be overridden by the Electoral College, Congress, or the Supreme Court.

If you don't believe the government's 9/11 story, why would you believe anything else they say?

My e-book, Consent to Tyranny: Voting in the USA, is available free online at http://fubarandgrill.org/node/1431 or from amazon Kindle for 99-cents: http://www.amazon.com/Consent-Tyranny-Voti...k/dp/B0095OHZ9G

This is not a democracy. In a democracy your vote would be counted, the election results would be verifiable, the popular vote would be the final say, and it would be the supreme influencer of government policy. Look up the word democracy in any dictionary--it means a form of government where supreme power is vested in the people. In a tyranny, the people have to petition tyrants, in a democracy the people just vote and their vote determines what their representatives must do.

There are a lot of smart people on this forum. Yet many of them continue to cast uncounted ballots for a corrupt system.

My book is a very short, easy read. But it might save you a lot of wasted time. Yes, the government will be able to continue to screw you, but if you have any self-respect you'll stop giving it your consent.


This occurred to me also, after the 2000 election.....that the ONLY way to correct the present situation is to advocate for election BOYCOTT! That is the only way we can show the WORLD that we KNOW what's going on here. THEY already know what has happened. They are waiting for US to wake up! But people don't realize this because the press will NEVER print what people are saying in Europe.
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post Jun 20 2015, 09:36 AM
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In all probability I will not be voting in the upcoming elections.
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post Jun 20 2015, 09:36 AM
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In all probability I will not be voting in the upcoming elections.
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