Mark Twain Was Right: If Voting Mattered, They Wouldn't Let Us Do It
There's only one way to make your voice heard (and it's not by protesting)
Democracy is in major trouble.
For the 15th year in a row, global freedom continued its steep decline, which Freedom House says includes “guarantees of free and fair elections, the rights of minorities, freedom of the press, and the rule of law.”
In other words, we’re at the start of an unstoppable great reset to serfdom.
And it’s not like voting will fix things.
Because voting is a complete waste of time.
Voting is nothing more than an elaborate charade to give the brainwashed masses the sense that they have a real choice.
But it’s a false dichotomy.
You can either have the right-wing Republicans or the right-wing Democrats.
As Charles Spurgeon said:
“Of two evils, choose neither.”
So vote third party?
You’re not listening.
Voting won’t solve our declining freedom problem.
Because Mark Twain was right:
If voting mattered, they wouldn’t let us do it.
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