What If They Had An Election And Nobody Voted?
By Tom J. Kennedy
Election after election, voters seek to change the machine of oppression (government) by hoping to give the reins of power (government) to a new or different political party. We have a federal election scheduled here in Canada for May 2, 2011. The political campaigns (games) are well underway.
Until voters recognize that their misguided belief in “authority” otherwise referred to as “government” is the real problem, their individual freedoms will continue to dwindle as they have since the latter years of the 20th Century. The question arises: “What if they had an election and nobody voted?”
The ruling class which is composed of transnational corporations in cahoots with the usury global banking cartel controls political institutions and the actions of the political parasites by hiding behind two masks the “left” and the “right.” Neither of these masks has a postive effect upon the machine of oppression (government) - which is the ultimate foundation of “authority” designed to empower the ruling class and disempower the voters (the people).
Elected politicians derive their perceived power from the fact that the voters imagine that they (the politicians) have power. Regardless of whomever is elected - the “right” or the “left,” the voters still remain slaves to their masters - the ruling class. The politicians are the tyrants who make and enforce the laws for the ruling class.
When voters are cajoled into exercising their “right” or “privilege” to vote in an election, they inadvertently legitimize the conventional, political, government system of domination and subjugation which wears the respected label of “authority.”
Our dominant “two party” system of government (“right” vs “left” or “conservative” vs “liberal”) actually advocates oppression or tyranny and the underlying problem of “authority” is never addressed.
Larken Rose recently published a book for his fellow-Americans titled “The Most Dangerous Superstition.” The content of the book can likewise be applied to what is happening on the political landscape in Canada and elsewhere.
In the first chapter he clearly states the punch line: “The belief in ‘authority,’ which includes all belief in ‘government,’ is irrational and self-contradictory; it is contrary to civilization and morality, and constitutes the most dangerous, destructive superstition that has ever existed. Rather than being a force for order and justice, the belief in ‘authority’ is the arch-enemy of humanity.”
Though readers are likely programmed to believe the exact opposite of what Larken Rose writes in his punch line, I highly recommend that voters, candidates for political office and elected politicians order the book and read and re-read its content to awaken them to the dangers of believing in the myth of “authority” otherwise commonly referred to as “government.”
Certainly, voters might be enlightened and awakened to re-asses why they bother voting in any election. What is voters answered this question: “What If They Had An Election And Nobody Voted?” by deciding that the optimal manner to expose the evils of “authority” or “government” is to either avoid voting altogther or on the ballot write: “NOTA” (None Of The Above).
Those who do read Larken Rose’s book, “The Most Dangerous Superstition” will discover that when there is real change in “the minds of those being controlled” (the voters), they will abandon their preconceived belief in “authority” when they correctly identify such as the greatest obstacle to peaceful and mutually beneficial coexistence.
As Larken Rose states: “In short, it will be shown why true civilization can and will exist only after the myth of “authority” has been eradicated.” (page 5 - “The Most Dangerous Superstition”)
Full details about the book “The Most Dangerous Superstition” at Larken Rose’s website: http://www.larkenrose.com