Tuesday, December 29, 2009

This Blindness Can Be Cured

(originally published by OpEdNews)


So, now who are you going to vote for in 2012?

I’m going to inform you, yet, again, of who you can and cannot vote for in 2012 and what the differences will be.

You can vote for Sarah Palin. You can vote for Barack Obama, if he’s nominated. You can vote for Joe the freakin’ plumber. You will receive the same results.

Oh, no, you say? There’s this great big difference between Democrats and Republicans?

If you believe that, you are a lost cause. No matter who gets the most stupid electoral votes or who gets the most popular votes, the nation will progress in exactly the same way.

Maybe some left wing radio head will say, “Don’t vote for the third party candidate. If you do, then the Republicans will win.”

And what will happen if the Republicans win?

We won’t get a universal health care plan that takes care of us like those of other industrialized countries?

We’ll start another foolish war?

Get my drift or would you still rather continue to play baby games?

There is no government of The United States of America. There are no three branches of government keeping one another in line. We lost our government a long, long time ago.

Dennis Kucinich supported John Kerry in 2004. One of the first things that Kerry said he’d do is to increase the troop strength in Iraq, where we shouldn’t have been in the first place. Kerry talked about the surge before Bush did. And Kucinich, who had the gall to read articles of impeachment against Bush, supported the surge. He supported Kerry.

I don’t hear anyone reading articles of impeachment against Barack Obama. He’s sending troops to Afghanistan. He’ll send them there whether or not Congress gives him the OK and/or the money to do so. That is against the law. He has no power to send troops into battle. Only Congress can declare war. He’s as much committing an impeachable crime as did Bush’s Regime.

Back to Kucinich. How can a person who consistently said we should never have gone to war in Iraq support a candidate who promised to increase those forces.

I wish Kucinich could really be elected president. Maybe then you will see that the president, the Congress and the Supreme Court are getting paid for doing what they’re told. Kucinich wouldn’t get his department of peace but he’d end up sending troops somewhere or he’d be assassinated.

Ron Paul. Oh, yeah, Ron Paul’s a regular peacenik. I wonder how the view is from the cheap seats. Oh, no, Ron Paul wouldn’t go to war. He’s a good boy.

“I’ll never be elected”, say Paul and Kucinich, “so I can say stuff that’ll make people like me and I can criticize Bush and Clinton and Obama. People will say I’m brave to stand up to my own party.”

Stop it, people! Please, please stop your madness. Stop! Stop arguing over Democrats and Republicans. Please stop saying stuff like, “At least Bush did this” or “At least Obama isn’t doing that.” You see the words? The words I’m talking about are “at least”. That’s the only thing anyone who gets enough of whatever kind of magic vote it takes to be president can do – the least.

We are fully and without compromise under the control of the global corporation. It’s been called a Corporatocracy. I’ve called it a Corporacracy. It really doesn’t matter what you call it, it’s in total control.

It’s not the government of The United States we have to overthrow, if, by government, we mean an executive branch, a legislative branch and a judicial branch.

But, people, we have to overthrow the government of The United States, The Corporacracy!

We are under the control of an entity which itself cannot be controlled. It can move anywhere in the world it wants to move. It can make people ill and stop people from getting better. And there is no so called legitimate government in the world that can or even wants to do anything about it. People who feign public service are paid handsomely by The Ruler.


As early as 1976, Paddy Chayefsky, through the character played by Ned Beatty in the film Network, had already figured it out.

It took Obama $700 million to become president. All of you disappointed “Progressives”, are you that naïve? Oh, sure, Barack raised that money through nickel and dime donations over the internet. Have our brains been that dissolved that we can’t see, won’t see, don’t want to see?

“I want my country back,” whines the left while Bush is president.

“I want my country back,” whines the right while Obama is president.

When do we start with the real, legitimate taking back of our country?

First, if anyone raises more than $10,000 for any campaign from dog catcher to president, he or she shouldn’t get your vote.

Second, if anyone approves of a campaign ad, in print, on radio, on TV or on the net which says one word more than, “Vote more me”, he or she shouldn’t get your vote.

Please, people, this is no conspiracy theory. This isn’t 9/11 truthers or birthers or Kennedy assassination investigators or alien invasion followers. I’m not judging those. Those may or may not be real.

What is real, people, what is undeniable to anyone who has one eye half open is that The United States of America does – not – have – a - government, nor has it had one for a very long time.

We tell corporations if they can or cannot exist. We tell corporations to clean up after themselves. We tell corporations to keep their freakin’ money out of our government and our politics. We still have that power. Let’s start using it!

Corporations exist to serve us, not the other way around. There are more of us than there are of them, especially if the measurement is who benefits from their unethical dominion.

Stop it! Just stop it! Please, just stop playing these games!

To friendship,
Michael

“A conservative is a man with two perfectly good legs who, however, has never learned to walk forward.” - Franklin D. Roosevelt


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