The headline of this particular installment would appear to be deliberately contrarian in nature. Though assuredly it is not, what follows shall be undoubtedly considered unpopular.
But one is not wholly uncomfortable with notions of unpopularity.
After all, Samuel Clemens once said it best: when one finds their opinion in line with that of the majority, perhaps it is time to reconsider.
With all of the hoopla one has so often recently encountered on social media platforms about “sacred franchises” and “civic duty”, one is reminded that those who so willingly parrot such clichés probably have considered very little as to their genuine essence or actual meaning.
More troubling still, are the brutal methods of banal repetition with which those catch phrases are bandied about, repetition that only serves to reinforce the empty ritual of social pantomime, conjuring ghastly images of zombified automatons punching ballots. Though such voting participants may be victims of their own willful self-deception, they nonetheless remain legally culpable in endorsing the hegemony of organized criminals masquerading as political candidates.
That is the very nature of politics and the legal voting process that facilitates its perpetuation; a holographic, theatrical overlay disguised in the ideological garb of a sacred franchise, designed for no other purpose than to ultimately pirate billions from the public tax coffers, while the antagonistic campaign rhetoric of puppet political candidates promoted by the freemasonic brotherhood network stir up widespread divisive chaos.
And, as has been pointed out many times here at Newsspell, the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families are well aware that the deliberate instigation of widespread chaos is the most effective method of reinforcing their preferred order of affairs. Continue reading “Voting gives ruling elites license to steal”