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Either Way They Vote Americans Remain Suckered Into Being a Worldwide Genocidal Killing Machine

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Americans being suckered into focusing on voting for one of the two parties of the ruling genocidal Wall St. plutocracy, US CIA controlled media informs of Yemeni children dying from bombs & starvation knowing its captive audience will not turn against the American killing machine. Once USA-EU loses hegemony, the many nations that have seen their children murdered by USA and European empires will demand justice.

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The good people of the murderously plundered Third World should not let themselves be taken in by USA worldwide satellite beamed CIA-fed media prattling on continuously about American democracy during ongoing elections. It has often been pointed out that there really is only one party allowed in the United States, the party of the ruling propertied capitalists, and it has two right wings: Republican and Democrat.

Former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark, once the highest law officer of the USA, who helped write both important civil rights laws, speaks to his fellow Americans clearly,

"We're not a democracy. It's a terrible misunderstanding and a slander to the idea of democracy to call us that. In reality, we're a plutocracy: a government by the wealthy." :

One of the most internationally powerful plutocrats in US history, John Pierpont Morgan, in a candid moment admitted, "Of all forms of tyranny the least attractive and the most vulgar is the tyranny of mere wealth, the tyranny of plutocracy" :

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The well respected third president of the USA, Thomas Jefferson, saw the plutocracy coming when he said,"I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations, which dare already to challenge our government to a trial of strength and bid defiance to the laws of our country."

Already in 1922, USA's most famous economist Thorstein Veblen wrote,

"The current situation in America is by way of being something

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A sane China leading a multipolar world of intelligent human beings is around the corner.

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Totally wrong.

USA is not genocidal.

"Sane China" is an invention.

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Exceptional piece, thank you.


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Thank you, Jay, for this revealing and inspiring essay.

So, really, what fantasy allows people to actually believe that by simply "voting" (if it is even that) for what they want, or worse for the evil that appears lesser than the other, will actually bring it about?

There is no way the ruling elite will allow this.

If voting were remotely effective, it would most certainly be made illegal.

As it is, it is most certainly thoroughly manipulated. And not by Russia. Or China. Or Venezuela. Or any of our other "security threats" whose only crime has ever been independence from us.

You know it, I know it, and while we're jacking around the so-called polls, faking ourselves out, the US system continues unchanged. The world is being destroyed, and we are wasting precious time with this whole futile voting issue.

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Great article Jay. The ignorant right wing have an excuse. They are still brainwashed with the myths that have been created about "America" (i.e. USA).


But what about the liberal class? They are educated, they know that the US is killing millions of people with genocidal wars, but they purposely avoid the subject.


Instead many (most?) of the liberal class is only interested in special interest issues that benefit them. They do not even care about the poor, repressed, imprisoned and exploited right here in the US. Every thing they want to talk about is "for the middle class".



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"But what about the liberal class? They are educated ..."

Being educated doesn't mean being enlightened or being fair or being open-minded. It depends on what you know and what you choose to know. The liberal class has been seduced by the same aspirations to opulence and power, and a desire to join the ruling elite, that corrupts most social climbers. No surprises here. Human nature? Demon possession? Lead in the drinking water? Whatever the reason, we need to deal with the repercussions of their treachery, not analyze it to death. They're not going to come around until they are forced to by a political reversal or falling on their heads on the way to the wine cellar for a nice bottle of 1959 Chateau La Gaffeliere St. Emilion Bordeaux Wine.

Let's stop deluding ourselves and get to work.

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"By the exploitation of the many, a ruthless few have amassed large amounts of capital by which they dominate mainstream narratives and compromise elected and governmental officials, thereby gaming the system for their benefit."

"Americans are the least exceptional people in human history. Americans have no rights at all. We hapless insignificant beings have to accept whatever capitalists and their puppet government impose on us."

And how do we take this oppressive system down?

Am I out of line asking for some ideas here?

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Brother John, everything you said is true. I hear your call to "get busy" but I am looking for answers about how to proceed. I know a bunch of gaslighted people marching to the polls every couple of years, thinking they are doing something effective (Blue Wave my aching back) is not the answer. They may as well be marching around in pink hats, patting each other on the back for being "progressive" and heading for that bottle of '59 Chateau Asswipe in the wine cellar while bitching about the quality of jumbo shrimp coming in from Thai slave ships.

When even our own families don't want to hear us, what is the next move? I am really asking.

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No, you are not out of line. But I will say and not guess, nobody has an efing clue how to do it because I say, and am not guessing, there ain't anything that can be done. I think but am not sure, I base it all on my positive thinking...

Makes sense to me. :)

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Jay Janson, others have told you more eloquently but I want to add my own praise of your brilliant efforts here, your scholarshio and erudition. How I wish I could influence more people to read your superbly researched work.

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Brenda, you said others have told Jay more eloquently than you; and I am saying you say it more eloquently than I could. (Note: I said than "I" and I hope it should not have been than "me." I just had this conversation with Leslie Johnson less than an hour ago about exactly this. She will get on my back if I said that wrong. But that is okay because she is wonderful and she can school me anytime.) Brenda, I think the thing of it is is, you could influence every single person in this country to read what Jay superbly said, and it would make no difference. That is where I am coming from anymore, i.e., no hope...

Jay, a really really good and well said/written article...

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Just reread my comment. After I put in the note about "I" vs "me" I added "could." Trust me, I do understand that it is not correct to say "me could." Anyway that is what me thinks.

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