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RE: ATTENTION BRITS - Fight for FREE SPEECH on the 23rd of April 2018 (THIS MONDAY) in LONDON and NORTH LANARKSHIRE

in #freedom3 years ago

You mentioned Orwell!

Here is a quote I often remember!

"A people that elect corrupt politicians, imposters, thieves and traitors are not victims, but accomplices."

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That's why I stopped voting ages ago.

That is your personal PROTESST.

Fair enough, again a form of personal expression as are "Donkey votes" etc. etc. etc.

But never forget:
"It has been said that for evil men to accomplish their purpose it is only necessary that good men should do nothing."

or the more common use of that original 1916 version:

"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."

So your voice (vote) is extremely important.

So true @jackmiller. Good men doing nothing is how we got where we are now. 🐓🐓

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No, because whoever gets voted, they're all part of the same club that perpetuates the same agenda. I don't want to be part of that. Even if I voted for a less-funded party with grandiose world-solving proposals, the evil ones still win. I refuse to stand in line with the sheeplings only to waste my time with this public charade. So when the status quo continues, I can truly bitch about it and say: I didn't vote for those jerks.

Carlin got it right. He expresses exactly my stance on the matter.

But would it not be better if you could have supported a lesser of two evils?

Ya. He was pretty far left of me, ideologically, but as much of a prophet as anyone ever has been, if there is such a thing.

I understand your protest, not knocking it. Just wanted to point out that your VOICE is just as important as every other voice out there.
Voting systems are put together by those who hold the reigns of power and often enough, as you just made it very clear they tend to abuse that power and make a "charade" out if it.

Hence your actions as an individual are those that can make a difference, no matter how you make your voice heard. The key is in making it heard and striving towards the implementation of changes that could bring about an end to the "charade".

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That won my vote from the first quote. That said, if good men in small numbers do something. Good men are attacked and destroyed. There has to be huge numbers of very intelligent and corruptible men and women. To make a difference

although I wouldn't agree that registering your person, to a vote. Is a good idea. A vote is only there to keep track of people.

Voting is mandatory in Australia, and our politicians are all corrupt...

There you go, they put a gun to your head: VOTE BITCHES. So much for democracy and freedom.

they take power of military anyway

Thank you. These people did not get where they are by a coup. And as far as I am concerned they did not fall from the sky.

Who do you hate the most average Joe?

Average Joe: Politicians and lawyers!
Something happens.
Average Joe's Response: The government should do something to prevent this!!!!
Government gets bigger to "solve" the problem and forces itself into the peoples lives.
Average Joe Why can't the government leave us alone?

Love the quote because its scary accurate.

It is not now (if it ever was) the government's job to preserve free speech. It is to control thought.
If you want to know who is in charge, look at who may not be criticized.
At question time in House of Commons, no question may be asked about the Bank of England.
Now, apparently, anything bad said against jews may get you 6 months in jail.

& if it makes you feel better, Australia went through a similar thing back in the 1980's!

thanks for sharing this!

how did you know?

Good people who do not vote deserve the representation they get.