Picture Of Huge Mis-Understanding

There is a huge misunderstanding voters have when they cast their votes in a national election. Sometimes a picture can explain an issue where thousands of words fail.  Many understand the perils U.S. citizens face today. Few understand that choosing a new leader will make little or no difference with respect to the future of the country. That is, unless citizens impose predominance over those they elect. There must be constant tension between voters and leaders. Constant demonstrative action is essential.

No one at the top is going to save us. Each at the top has his own interests that he is pursuing and none of those are anything close to serving those who cast votes. If what I just wrote is not true, then why is the country in the shape it is today? The circumstances of the common man have been declining since the 1970s.The decline has been accelerating rapidly since the Reagan Administration. It would be nice to elect guardians to take care of us all. That is what the country has been trying to do since collective action first became the mode after the Great Depression.  How has this worked out for you? People don’t run for office looking for opportunities to serve their brethren.  How much sense does it make to expect them to do so? The world is a big boat. Citizens all over the world are in similar situations. No one is going to save you.

 

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Tom McGuiness
Tom McGuiness
4 months ago

Speaking of the coming mega-Depression, have you heard of a book (free online) called “The Great Taking” by David Rogers Webb? He’s a former hedge fund guy who shows the methods that the elite are going to use to steal the public’s assets in the not very distant future. His website is https://thegreattaking.com/

Here’s an interview he recently did with RFK Jr.’s Children’s Health Defense—>https://live.childrenshealthdefense.org/chd-tv/shows/good-morning-chd/the-great-taking-with-david-rogers-webb/