July 17, 2018

When The “Democratic” Process Isn’t Quite What You Thought It Was

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The majority of the people of the United States operate every day believing that they are the “We the People” as was used in the United States Constitution. The U.S. is a corporation. The Corporation drafted a constitution. Throughout our lives, we are taught that the Constitution was written for us and thus must be followed to the letter…for us. Sorry!

In essence, we are allowed to participate in the activities of the Corporation as it may benefit the Corporation. What is difficult to follow and understand is that there must be some sort of control over the masses in order for the Corporation to pull this off. Part of that control involves leading the masses to believe they are fully protected by the Constitution of the Corporation unless otherwise authorized by the Corporation.

As part of a “united” corporation, the “several” states signed on as co-conspirators to the United States Corporation. This is why many states copied the major Corporation’s Constitution.

If you’ve followed this concept in its brevity, it might be easier to understand that the processes used to control the masses, i.e. not inciting them to anger with too much revelation of the truth of their existence as subject-slaves to the Corporation, aren’t what we might think they are.

The forces at work within the corporations much work to accomplish their goals, for their purposes and not necessarily for yours and mine. Some might ask why these forces don’t simply make us do what they say? The answer is you might balk at that notion and resist. Somewhat resembling the slow-boiling frog analogy, a little taken away here and a little there and the Corporations get what they want, and the subject-slaves still think they are “We the People.” (Insert a big WINK-WINK here)

An example of what I am trying to describe here can be found in Maine. It seems that the majority party of the Maine House (it doesn’t really matter which party) blocked a common process of sending a proposed bill to a committee which would also involve a public hearing.

This is not the first time this action has taken place but it is not a common practice. As I understand the Maine Constitution, it is not required that a bill is sent to committee for debate and public hearing. It appears that when the public hearing process is bypassed, it involves controversial bills, as does the bill in question. (It is funded by George Soros)

For this discussion, it is not about the content of the bill. It’s about the “democratic” process or better yet, that process we think the Constitution guarantees us. When “We the People” want what they want, “we the people” get short-changed. It’s all part of the rigged system.

What makes this rigged system work are the useful idiots who believe in a man-created corrupt government system that they think was created for them. Even in their anger at recognizing that information in proposed new laws can easily be hidden from us citizen-slaves and be thought of as “unconstitutional,” we, in our insanity, continue to think that if we just work within the rigged system we can change the rigged system.

Many believe their power lies in the voting process. “We need to vote these people out and vote in new blood,” we are repeatedly told. That would be fine except the only choices you get to vote for come from the Party and not the people. Or the People and not the people. It’s a farce and we fall for it.

I guess the only good thing that comes out of this process is that it can slow down the total process of bringing about complete national socialism and/or communist rule.

AND YOU DON’T WANT TO EVEN DISCUSS THE REALITIES OR THE POSSIBILITIES which is why I often end my pieces designed for generating thought with:

BUT DON’T GO LOOK!

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