Sunday, April 18, 2010

How to waste your vote

The Swedish Pirate Party is losing ground, both in the number of members and in polls that show the momentum gained from trials, Piratebay and the fascist monitoring society isn’t doing it for them anymore in the run-up to the general election.

This is not surprising. EU-elections are one thing, that’s about mismanagement, protests and something far away we can send rouge elements to in order to make a point. General elections are more about things closer to us such as taxes, pensions and who will be our voice in the world.

That EU nowadays makes over 70% of our laws goes by pretty unnoticed - electing 365 criminals who will dictate exiting rules such as highway speed isn’t.

Integrity, CCTV and YouTube videos will only get you so far. A party that is only discussing integrity and have an anti-surveillance stand without explaining the impact on pension schemes, the number of daycare centers or the level of taxation will not get sufficient support. Either the pirates will support the current semi-fascist useless bunch of soul-sucking entities now ruling us, or they will support the leftie nightmare of communist ghouls and tree hugging freaks that with our current world and its dilemmas will destroy us all. The pirate’s decision will be based on what side that will eliminate the most monitoring.

Is that enough to vote for pirates? Do voters feel excited by this?

I don’t like the current Swedish administration, too controlling, too fascist, too much central planning and they are members of the Church of Climatology which they try to force down the public’s throats. I cannot stand the ministers, and the Prime Mentalist looks like a cartoon character. The Swedish leadership should be thrown out of power.

But the hypocrisy and utter madness of the Socialists are even worse. And they have the ugliest leader ever seen; a person that’s been caught cheating on her taxes and used government credit-cards for her own personal amusement and hired black laborers.

In the end it doesn’t really matter though. The policies are almost identical, only the insane can see any difference between 1-2% higher or lower taxes – which is the only distinction between the two sides.

And it seems that the only real conflict so far is a system of household services tax relief. Apparently pretty popular but the leftie opposition has declared it will abolish if it wins the autumn election.

I’m against this idea myself. Don’t get me wrong, I think it is great to lower taxes, but taxation shouldn’t be arbitrary and focused on a particular area. Better to lower them across the board and make them equal no matter what area or market we’re talking about. One particular section of the economy shouldn’t get tax relief when others don’t. That’s just wrong.

Anyway, to no surprise the Socialist opposition has several senior politicians that make good use of the system. Do as we say, don’t do as we do.

Something that has been going on for quite a while now is the merger of politicos within and in-between political parties. They are all becoming the same party. The political party. This is particularly noticeable whenever something threatens the hegemony of The Political Party. If a threat of alternative emerges that loathes the EU, wants to bring the problems with immigration up on the table or someone want stop the Orwellian nightmare from coming true, or if someone says that their Church of Climatology is a fraud, then watch The Political Party go to work.

Well, actually this merger has already happened, maybe not totally, it is still possible to find slim differences, at least in the rhetoric, but in actuality and as in consequence for your vote the disparity is hardly detectable.

A couple of more elections and they can merge into one.

And politicians are the only people in the world who create problems and then campaign against them.

And have you ever wondered, if both sides are against deficits, WHY do we have deficits? If all the politicians are against inflation and high taxes, WHY do we have inflation and high taxes? If both sides want full employment and want to help the poor, WHY do we have high unemployment and so many poor people?

All everyone of them want is for you to be a good little citizen that vote and don’t mind being constantly under surveillance and say ‘thank you’ when getting pushed around by faceless bureaucrats. The problems they generate are supposed to keep you on your toes and you should pay attention to what they do to solve the problems they created. You should keep running in that wheel, never mind the banksters behind the curtain.

So why even bother to vote?

Isn’t even the 25min it takes to vote a waste of time?

Not to mention the immorality of voting in the first place. All you actually do is to vote about your neighbor’s money and who among the elitists that will control that money. No matter how you look at it, it cannot be ethically correct.

Here’s a thought. If you really want to vote and actually want to fight the powers that be, if you really want to roll back the surveillance society and stick it to the man, why not put that vote on the Libertarian Party? These are the guys that everyone hates, and if you ask Politicians and The Political Party who their main enemy is, libertarians will top that list.

Is it a wasted vote? Sure, in one way, the libertarian party has no chance to gain any real power, at least not in the nearest hundred years.

On the other hand consider what the libertarian promise to you as a voter.

Libertarians only say that if you work hard enough you might get rich, and in the libertarian world people would be free to explore their own potential and have free choices without surveillance. That’s pretty much it.

They don’t promise you happiness, money, food, jobs, love or honor. Libertarians are telling people that if they want those things they need to get it for themselves, work for it, sweat, and really put the effort in.

‘The Political Party’ say they will fix it for us, with our money and as they see fit. And you love that don’t you? Sure you do. But otherwise you do have an alternative to waste that voting on.

1 comment:

  1. You forgot to mention that the leader of the socialist party is also a closet racist that has expressed a desire for the state to force "Swedish values" on all immigrants in this country who don´t want to give up their background and become Swedish. Well that´s not really racism but some kind of nationalist state controlled monocultural vision.