"Does it not seem a vast waste of valuable human material that the pioneers of thought, those who by their genius dare to clear unknown paths in the arts and sciences and in government, should have to conform to the dictates of that non-creative, slow-moving mass, the majority? An appeal to the majority is a resort to force and not an appeal to intelligence; the majority is always ignorant, and by increasing the majority we multiply ignorance. The majority is incapable of initiative, its attitude being one of opposition toward everything that is new. If it had been left to the majority, the world would never have had the steamboat, the railroad, the telegraph, or any of the conveniences of modern life." ~ Charles Sprading
Boycott the Government--Don"t Vote!
The US government is evil. It's publicity arm, the media, is just as bad. The media is currently, as it does every election season, trying to drum up interest in the scam known as the presidential election among the voting cattle. They're bombarding us with lines like, 'It's a real horse race--neck and neck down to the wire!' This is supposed to make us get out there and vote! The, 'it's soooo close, maybe my vote will make a difference' syndrome, is being used by the System to rope in more numbers, which gives the government the facade of legitimacy. Don't fall for it!
Why should you vote? The two kosher plutocrats, Kerry and Bush, don't give a damn about you and yours. Both the candidates and their parties pander to the powerful special interest groups that set the agenda for the conglomerate of consumers known as the United States of America. The king of special interest groups is the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. This organization is so powerful, both candidates and both parties agree 100% on promoting the pro-Israel agenda of this political machine.
Is the promotion of Israel at the expense of you and yours something you want to vote for? You can't vote against it unless you vote for Nader who, under the design of the System, doesn't have a chance to win the election.
With both politicians, Kerry and Bush, standing firm for Israel's security and expansion, the likelihood of more unnecessary wars like the one raging now in Iraq is a virtual certainty. Iran and Syria will probably be attacked next. What does this mean to you and your family and friends? It greatly increases the possibility of a military draft. Thousands more mostly young Americans will be sent to their deaths by the politician you vote for. Already, we have the so-called backdoor draft that requires military people to be reduced to slaves. In the backdoor draft, service members who have successfully completed their term of service and who should be honorably discharged are required by the oppressive, hypocritical government to remain in the military for an undetermined amount of time. This is wrong.
If you vote, you're giving your approval to the politicians giving themselves pay raises every year. This year they increased their pay from $158,100 to $162,100. Maybe voting would make more sense if they tied increases in the minimum wage to increases in congressional wages.
Your vote will also endorse the reality of politicians enjoying the best health care known to mankind, while millions of average Americans go completely without it. When this was brought up to Bush, he said the government doesn't have the money to pay for all Americans receiving this same kind of health coverage that the politicians have, but he does want the American taxpayer to come up with yet another $70,000,000,000 for the unnecessary war in Iraq!
Voting means you endorse war-profiteering. Vice President Dick Cheney's buddies at Haliburton don't have to worry about free market competition--they get no-bid contracts worth billions of tax dollars to rebuild what the government destroys! The crooks in Washington today are just like the ones portrayed in the classic movie, "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington." The only difference is the media, in reality, isn't doing their job. Through their actions and inactions, they are aiding the criminals.
By voting, you're promoting the status quo that is responsible for the US being attacked by the Islamic zealots on September 11, 2001. Your vote would say that you agree with the politicians, that the US should continue to supply Israel with BILLIONS of dollars worth of some of the deadliest weapons the world has ever seen, to be used against Islamic men, women, and children in the occupied territories. Your vote, regardless of which puppet you cast your vote for, demonstrates your support for the politicians' one sided, narrow-minded Israel-first policy that is a cornerstone reason the Islamic people are waging a DEFENSIVE Jihad against the US government.
If you love hypocrisy, you should vote. Both Kerry and Bush say they want democracy in the Middle East and around the world. Yet both refuse to support, or even talk to, one of the two democratically elected leaders in the Middle East, Yasser Arafat! Yasser Arafat was ELECTED Jan. 20, 1996 to be the president of the Palestinian Authority in the first Palestinian elections! If the politicians were really interested in spreading democracy in the region, they would be supporting Arafat and the Palestinian democracy as much as they're supporting Israel. But still, the politicians continue to promote the lie that Israel is the only democracy in the Middle East.
By voting in and for this US democracy, you are voting against the US Constitution. America was not meant to be a democracy. America was meant to be a republic, as is evidenced by Article 4, Section 4 of the US Constitution, which reads, 'The United States shall guarantee to every state in the union a Republican form of government . . . .'
By boycotting this election, you will be sending a message not only to the career politicians and their controllers, but you will be sending a message to your misguided fellows. You will be making the statement that you refuse to accept the insanity of the two party puppet show. The media will become more frantic that its billion dollar propaganda campaign is losing its appeal to the little people. They will wonder and fret, what if we gave an election and nobody came?