Why the Trump vs Clinton Election is a Complete Sham

By VC — Vigilant Citizen Sept 22, 2016

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On one side: A billionaire accused of racism and xenophobia. On the other: A puppet completely sold to the world elite. And in the middle, voters who wonder why their democracy is forcing them to choose between two terrible options.
I am sometimes asked why I write mostly about popular culture when I could focus on “more important” issues such as the presidential election. The short answer? Presidential elections are not important. At the risk of sounding like an old cynic: The game is rigged. No matter who is in office, the same agenda moves forward, and that agenda is set by people who stay far away from anything resembling a democratic process. For this reason, presidential elections are nothing more than gigantic puppet shows intended for a gigantic audience. While the masses are dazzled by the puppets’ crazy antics, only a few pay attention to the actual puppet-masters. Whether it is the Democrats or the Republicans in the White House, the same shadow government is behind the scenes, advancing policy laid out by the world elite.
Presidential elections, along with the media circus that surrounds them, are not a “democratic process”. They are a facade with little to no substance. Some issues are allowed to be discussed while others are totally ignored. This year’s election is no different. The agenda is already set and the candidates are each playing their role. While they appear to be in sharp opposition on various topics, the candidates are actually part of the same team.
The Clintons were guests at Trump’s wedding in January 2005. Click to enlarge

The Clintons were guests at Trump’s wedding in January 2005. Click to enlarge

Trump and Clinton at the Trump National Golf Club in 2008.

Trump and Clinton at the Trump National Golf Club in 2008.

The way people get riled up for their candidates, yelling ridiculous slogans and insulting their opponents, is reminiscent of the crowd of a wrestling match – where both wrestlers are getting their plays and their paycheck from the same boss. Trump knows something about that.
Trump at WrestleMania 23 in 2007.

Trump at WrestleMania 23 in 2007.

Some say Trump is different: “He’s an outsider and he’s gonna change things!” Trump is indeed something of a loose canon – and that’s exactly what “they” want. He is basically a political kamikaze who is meant to ultimately crash and burn. Meanwhile, Hillary is presented as the candidate by default, an unpopular career politician who is there because “it’s her turn”. This is the sham that is the 2016 election.

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