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Why I will not vote (part 2)

2015-03-22 09:15
Why I will not vote (part 2)

The problem with voting is that most people believe they are voting within a democracy. This is wrong — we do not have a democracy.

Ask yourself these four questions:

  • when was the last time that government policies changed when we changed the government?
  • when was the last time that a government honoured its manifesto pledges?
  • when was the last time you felt that government was more concerned about your problems than about business lobbyists and business profits?
  • when was the last time you asked a politician and got a straight answer?

The function of government is to create and maintain a system that funnels the proceeds of its people’s energy into the hands of a very few wealthy international families. Put simply, people are a resource manipulated by the owners of wealth through the means of government. By voting for any politician in any party you are voting to maintain that system. Votes will change nothing because the system is corrupt.

By not voting you will register a very tiny protest. If nobody votes, something will have to change. If nothing changes, there will eventually be a long and bloody revolution.

see also:
Why I will not vote: @kevtownsend
Why I will vote:@rslade

 


Source: /2-trap-etov-ton-lliw-i-yhw/30/5102/ku.oc.ytirucesti

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