Discuss Conspiracies and Cover Ups - e.g. 9/11 Truth, JFK Assassination, New World Order, Roswell, Moon Hoax, Secret Societies, etc. whatever conspiracy floats your boat.
01 Nov 2009, 22:56
See these clips and analysis. They strongly suggest that the elections and politics on TV is rigged and staged. And that the candidates running for president are merely actors, with the winner already known.
Also consider the fact that the American people have no say in most of the decisions of the US government, both on domestic policy and foreign policy. For example, the government raises taxes against the majority's wishes, and goes to war against the majority's wishes. Such things right there should tell you that there is no true democracy in America or anywhere, and there never was.
We've all been duped, but only some of us dare to admit it and expose it for what it is. Most are conformists and afraid of the truth, even if confronted with hard evidence.
03 Nov 2009, 12:28
Ok. A light moment in American politics. I don't care if you believe me, but this happened. Too bad more debates weren't so lighthearted.
Back when carpet bagging was so popular, (think Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Dole), there was a guy who was a retiree living in Mass. that vacationed every summer in VT and actually owned a residence in the state unlike the aforementioned carpet baggers.
Anywho, he changed his address to VT and wanted to run for the recently vacated senate seat. In a rural and slow talking, easy going state that seemed like a decent thing to do. But there were nefarious and evil doing forces of political machinery that seemed bent on preventing this gentleman from helping the suffering population.
They dug out a former actor from the state by the name of Fred who had starred in a movie about political machinations. It was filmed in the state of Vermont and had that unforgettable title of "Fred".
They went on to debate each other, Fred and the gentleman carpetbagger. The debate was on PBS. The debate was awesome. Fred was a know-nothing, cow teat pulling dairy farmer from what is called the Northeast Kingdom. His challenger was a well educated, respected carpetbagger from the state of Taxachusetts.
The moderator turned to the carpet bagger. "Your question sir"
"Now Fred", said the carpetbagger, "The economy is going to eat us all alive! What solutions can you offer!"
Fred was taken back. He stared at microphone and shifted his cap to the side. "To be honest, I haven't a clue."
The moderator tells Fred he has 2 minutes to answer, but Fred shrugs and sips his water.
"It's your turn to ask a question", says the moderator.
Fred nods, then asks, "This is a dairy state and there will be many dairy cows as you drive around. You better know how many teats on a cow. How many are there?"
Not exactly the question the carpetbagger expected. He tugged at his collar. He hemmed and hawed. He tap the podium. This of course was sufficient time for every Woodchuck in the state to phone the nay-buh and let him know that the Vah-mont Public TV stay-shun had finally put on a show worth all that begging.
So the bulk of the state was eyeing the show when the carpetbagger finally said "Six?" with a reluctant sigh.
Fred was an admirable combatant in this tense discussion of worldly issues. He frowned. He thought a skosh (Vermont word difficult to translate). "I've been on a lot of farms and seen a few cows, but always seen four. Possible there is six, just haven't seen it myself."
At this point in the political debate has half the population of Green Mountain state laughing hysterically and the other half calling their nay-buhs to make sure they've properly tuned in to the festivities.
It's a might difficult to describe the part of the debate where the debaters discuss the proper pronunciation of Vermont towns. If you think you can go to Vermont and pretend to name Calais and Charlotte as the locals do, then give yourself an F. Course if you know who Bert and I are or live in the decent parts of Maine, then you know how.
06 Nov 2009, 06:37
Democracies are not scalable. That is why we use representatives to vote for us. Imagine everyone in the US having to vote on all issues at a national, state, county, town, and neighborhood levels. To avoid the daunting task we use representatives. Only villages can be democracies.
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