When their elections are paid for by the Corporate Party, they no longer belong to the citizens. When the Supreme Court declared that Corporations are people, too, we should know that the door of tyranny has finally closed on America.
So much of what goes on in politics today is borne out of 9/11, and yet the politicians say, "don't look," "believe us," and "if you talk 'conspiracy theory,' then you're a tinfoil hat wearing loony tune."
Well, the sad fact is that the Bush "conspiracy theory" seems to have avoided that "loony tune" label.
Perhaps a bigger question should be asked: "Should we trust the Corporate Party media with our lives and our futures?" They are masters of mind games to sell us on complacency and division. If you don't believe this, just look at the Academy Award-winning documentary, "Inside Job," and then ask yourself why we paid nearly a Trillion Dollars in bailouts to criminals, instead of locking them up as they did in now prosperous Iceland?
Trust must be earned, but it's very difficult to earn it back after betrayal.
For 10 years, I believed the Bush "conspiracy theory" of 9/11. Ignorance is no excuse, but I simply had not looked at the evidence. Now, it's painfully obvious: 9/11 was an inside job and 19 Arabs (some of whom are still alive and innocent) did not hijack 4 planes and crash them. They were patsies in the biggest False Flag the US government ever perpetrated -- far more intricate than the Operation Northwoods the military wanted to do, but couldn't get off the ground, in the early 1960s.
The politicians tell just enough truth to keep us docile.
But violence and conflict are not the answer.
Boycotting the Corporate machine is part of it. Forgiveness is a bigger part.
Get Corporate Party lobbyists out of Washington and stop all campaign contributions by Corporations. Hopefully then the politicians will owe their allegiance to the citizens -- not Corporations.
(Oh, and get rid of those hackable electronic voting machines.)