ENDNOTE: “We, The Sheeple” keep electing either side of the same coin



The Election Results Are In: As Always, You Lost!
November 8, 2018 by Jeff Berwick

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In the USSA this week, statist slaves rushed to closets in public school gymnasiums to participate in the mass cult ritual of voting.

They called it “the most important election of our lifetime,” which is the same thing they said last time and many times before that, but has anything really changed?

State-sponsored propaganda outlets who call themselves “news organizations” are making a huge deal about the fact that one group of politicians “took the house” and another group “took the Senate,” as if this has any bearing on the issues that actually matter.

The politicians who are fighting over power at the polls are all proponents of empire, and they will do nothing but continue the policies that have made the United States a third world country.

The Federal Reserve’s monopolization of the monetary system, which is used to defraud and impoverish millions is not on the table for discussion by any political candidates. Neither is the issue of plant prohibition, which is directly related to the country’s massive rape camp (prison) population, gang violence, and unprecedented opiate crisis.

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In the Pepuls Republik of Nu Jerzee, the sheeple returned an indicted but not convicted D who was accused of having sex with young girls in the Dominican Republic.  In the Pepuls Republik of Nu Jerk, an avowed communist was elected to the House and then griped about having to find an apartment in the “District of Corruption”. Of course, as in most cases, the incumbents returned to “business as usual”!

Anyone see ANY light at the end of the tunnel?


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One response to “ENDNOTE: “We, The Sheeple” keep electing either side of the same coin

  1. Interesting that they’d characterize THIS election as being “the most important of our lifetime.”

    I’d have thought they’d reserved that spot for the 2016 election. I guess they’re not that upset about Trump after all, eh?

    Michael J. McFadden
    Peace Studies, 1973