By J. Kevin Johnson
The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies... is a foolish idea. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can throw the rascals out at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy. Then it should be possible to replace it, every four years if necessary, by the other party which will be none of these things but will still pursue, with new vigor, approximately the same basic policies -- Carroll Quigley
I recently re-watched infamous radio host and documentary producer Alex Jones' Endgame, and couldn't help but juxtapose the information gleaned in that film with the talk of the day with respect to the Presidential Election of 2016.
Endgame is a documentary about the plan, or blueprint of the never ceasing movement toward a one world global government under the influence and motivation of a small group of "Elite," or powerful and influential individuals who believe they have the divine right to rule over the masses with absolute power and iron fisted authority.
The presidential elections as we know them today act as a relief mechanism or steam valve for the masses to displace their well earned anger and frustrations believing that we actually have a real voice in political matters, hold much of the weight when it comes to the ultimate direction of the policies of our country, and serve as the guiding source for the major agendas pursued. In my research and studies over the last few years I'm finding that there's plenty of evidence supporting this idea rendering the election of presidents to the status of "Reality Show" in my book.
It baffles me sometimes how we the people keep falling for the same rhetoric, sales tactics, and antics allowing politicians and business tycoons to get us all hyped and riled up over nothing. It seems that no matter who gets in office the same agenda of a One World Global order still takes precedence over everything else on the table and is inched and sometimes leaped closer in reach each year.
Don't let these guys run game on you. Turn off the sound and watch their actions. Close your ears to what they say. The old adage that actions speak louder than words still holds true, and it behooves us to keep our eyes on'em! We can not forget that we live in a highly designed and well put together technocratic matrix of control. Thus, take everything you hear and see with these guys as a grain of salt. Live your life to the fullest and worry more about local issues, take care of your personal and immediate business and affairs, and enjoy your life without giving to much attention to the quips and rhetoric of well spoken salesmen and saleswomen. Life's too short. Thus, in my opinion, I think it best that we start treating these elections as reality shows enjoying them for the entertainment that they provide for the moment.
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