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RE: Why Voting is worthless and contributes to the Illusion of Democracy

in #anarchy4 years ago

Four years ago I might have agreed with you. I was very active with the Ron Paul movement. There was much cheating by the GOP to preserve the status quo.

Then Trump came along, an outsider wanting to change the way government works. if you listen to his speeches you can tell he knows all about the Globalist agenda and how it is not good for the American people.

The GOP also tried to cheat to maintain the status quo, but Trump is not as much a gentleman as Ron Paul. He pushed back and won. Now he's up against the crooked democrats with their allies in the media.

Please at least consider what Trump has to say. Your vote for him really could make a difference. You might not agree with him on everything, but he's not your run of the mill globalist shill. The Globalists have been against him from day 1. That should tell you something.


Thank you for you feedback.
I'm from italy so I don't know too much about the whole US situation (and of course I can't vote there!)

But I also heard Trump is a guy which for the first time was able to candidate and promote using his own money, not lobbies financed for his campaign.

Still I think that he will be neutralized if he tries to really change things, or he will give up from trying to change them.

I think he might actually be more effective than that. I sure hope he wins so I can find out. And yes, the fact that he began by funding his own campaign is very important. It makes him free from the special interests that have basically controlled all our other leaders for at least the last few decades. I expect people will continue to try to neutralize him, just as they have been throughout his campaign. I also expect he will figure out a way to overcome that as president just as he's so far managed to overcome it during his campaign. He's definitely a different sort of candidate.

Trump has a better chance at changing the world from the outside using his influence then he does sitting in office. Were always going to be a bureaucracy and he will get tide up in paper work and red tape for as long as he in office just like all the other presidents. This limits the abilities of the C.n.C to do anything the remotely looks like real change before his term is up.

What kind of change do you think Trump can do better from the outside than as president? I'm wondering if you have something specific in mind.