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Would you still plan on voting if you knew that your vote does not count?
The system is rigged no matter where you live. In the United States, we have an electoral college voting system that is based on the number of delegates who vote for any given presidential nominee. The popular vote means nothing.
For example, when Al Gore ran against George W. Bush, Gore won the popular vote in Florida but Bush won the delegate votes.
So, if you’re not a delegate, your vote doesn’t count.
Then we have the issue of voting machines. In a sworn testimony, computer programmer Clinton Curtis testified that Tom Feeney (Speaker of the House of Florida at the time) tried to pay him to rig the election vote counts on Diebold voting machines.
In the following documentary, we learn how easy it is to fix elections through the computer software on these voting machines.
Furthermore, no matter who you vote for, it is irrelative because the only thing that matters is who COUNTS the vote. Obama backer George Soros bought the company who counts the votes, which is located in Spain.
We found out that Mitt Romney attended the Bilderberg meeting this year. In 2008, Obama attended the Bilderberg meeting and was subsequently elected president. The Bilderbergs dictate would policy in annually secret meetings that are attended by the most powerful world leaders and the mainstream media. With all of the mainstream media in attendance, it is ironic how none of this is reported on the mainstream news. However, you will find out a lot about the Bilderberg group on alternative news links.
So what we have is a showdown between the Bilderberg's selected president, Romney versus billionairre George Soros' man, Obama and the company he bought that counts the votes. One thing we can be assured is that it will be a close vote, just like in all elections. By giving the facade that the vote is close, it can easily be swung either way through voter fraud, corrupt voting machines or by the company who actually tallies the votes.
In every election, it seems that we are always voting for the lesser of two evils. What many people don’t understand is that when you vote for the lesser of two evils, YOU STILL GET EVIL!
At the 2008 election, I stood outside the voting lines and asked people who they were voting for. Not one person who voted for Obama could name three things that Obama had accomplished in his political career. I then asked them, “So why are you voting for this guy?”
By no coincidence, no one could mention three things that McCain did in his political career, either.
I asked people if they knew anything about the Bilderberg group, the Council on Foreign Relations or the Trilateral commission. Not one person was familiar with these groups.
I asked the neocon McCain voters if they supported McCain’s comment that favored being in a “100 year war” to which many were unaware that he even publicly stated it.
If I were to vote, I would probably write in Ron Paul in for every office seat all the way down to Sherrif and Mayor.
It’s all about divide and conquer. My tribe is better than your tribe. Anything to keep us divided as people.
The bottom line: If my vote does not count, then I am not voting, period. Silence, peaceful non-compliance and the lack of registered voters showing up at the polls will speak louder than voting for the lesser of two evils.
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