Enlil Posted March 25, 2021 Share Posted March 25, 2021 (edited) Do we need political parties at all? All those political parties and movements are an illusion of choice for idiots. You can pick any random man or woman on the street, give them presidential rights, and they will serve the country in million times better than any of those so-called independent or chained candidates. The same is applicable to any government role/position, doesn’t matter if it is a clerk, a minister, or a chief of CIA. That how we should choose our governments every three years, random normal honest people from the streets. We don’t need political parties at all. Those parties and their elites are just another instrument of corruption and deceiving. Remember, all those who are seeking power (applying for the jobs in the govern organizations, or for election campaigns) have deformity in their DNA/genes (because of inbreeding/"noble bloodlines"). They want to rule and suppress us. Some can say: it is too idealistic, picking random people to represent us in the governments. Is it? Really? Think about our government/political systems that exist now? They are completely broken and misused by psychopathic dictators. It doesn’t work and never worked, because it has always been rigged from the beginning. In the USA political parties (Republicans and Democrats) were implanted by Gorge Washington (General Grand Mason Master by the way, a coincident for sure) at the end of 17 century through Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. Three of them became presidents of the USA and Hamilton was the head of the Treasury Department. Guess who was the sponsor and general investor of that Treasury those days? “Roman Curia” Vatican. Beautiful. Now we have the whole picture. They created “fake” political parties, and then they were elected as presidents (another strange coincident). Nice. A brain-dead can see that they have played both sides and the referee at the same time. Pure scam. Have you noticed that all their family names have the same ending “ON”? What a coincident again, right? Nothing to do with “noble” bloodlines of course. The principle stumbling point between those two political parties was: Who will have more ruling power: federal government or states governments. How is it a choice of freedom to the people? What a joke. An illusion. First “version” of political parties in the UK “Whig” (Liberal Party now) and “Tory” (Conservative Party now) came into existence at the end of 16 century. Both of them represented churches/religions, just different views: presbyterians and anglican and the argue point was the religious affiliation of the heir to the throne James II (Duke of York). The Tory wanted a catholic king and the Whig wanted a king with another religion. How does it give a choice, freedom or keeping the population from tyranny/religions? Another illusion... Edited March 25, 2021 by Enlil 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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