In 1992, living in Washington, D.C., I realized the U.S.A. was a two-party democratic dictatorship. It was an unbelievable experience and an unbelievable time for me when I was at Georgetown University. It changed me for the rest of my life.
The story still continues.
Now, in 2018, I saw this article that was published on June 5, 2018, at TruthDig, a site which sends me a newsletter with their headlines. This is the one I saw that struck me for the first time, not that it was a surprise, in a way, but that, finally, someone is actually and really saying something.
The U.S.A.’s two-party scam is equal to Brazil’s multiple party scam. The governments of both countries hate the people, in reality, but they do love to show a wonderful face to the world in the media. It makes it easier to fool everyone.
Voting is the latest scam in humanity’s history. Whatever the type of government leaders are, it’s always the same thing. Whether King, Queen, Prime Minister, or President, it does not matter the title or the supposed “ideas” governments propose. Governments are a bureaucratic machine for the few money-making “elite” of this world in order to funnel, sooner or later, openly or not, wealth to the very, very few in the upper stratosphere of wealth. Whether during good or evil times, the game never changes, only the scenery, costumes and actors, etc. change. The “show” is always the same one, not unlike, Globo’s novelas, here in Brazil, and the Hollywood blockbuster films in the U.S. They are all the same. They promise that good will triumph in the end. We are always told, through entertainment, that good triumphs over evil and, if you are good, you will go to heaven, of course, after you die! You have to die to go to heaven! Can you imagine?
Please, don’t be fooled at all. I’m not saying that we should not be good.
I’m not saying that at all.
What I am saying is that don’t be fooled by the story that heaven will only happen after you die and that good triumphs over evil. Evil comes in clothes that look good, many times a handsome or beautiful face with a beautiful smile. Beware of illusions. You can only know people through experience. Sooner or later you will find out exactly who they really are. Sometimes we never do really know who is who. Such is the difficulty of this life.
The world, in essence, is not like that at all where good triumphs over evil. Not in reality. Why do you think they have to the story of good triumphing over evil is to told again and again and again, every year at at the same time of year. For a very shore time, people actually think of goodness. Unfortunately, even that has been commercialized to a point where it is an orgy of buying. The real simple gift, one’s self, is never really given, not really. There is a saying, if you repeat a lie often enough it will become the truth sooner or later.
Sooner or later, if you really, really look at the world and into the world, I think you will see. It’s something that has to be observed and studied very well, over years and years and years. The veil of illusion, in this world, is so strong that it takes time to rend it, in order to see the reality of this world. It’s so unbelievable that it takes time to actually become aware of the evil of this existence. The mind does not want to accept such a horrible world. No one wants to believe it’s true but, again, think! And, observe!
We are seeing, through articles like at the following link, that some are courageous enough to write about it.
How long will this type of free speech last?
Of course, the following article below will never, ever appear in the mainstream media. Never.
TruthDig is not mainstream but it is a respectable source. One journalist, Chris Hedges, a former New York Times journalist, has been working at TruthDig for a few years now. It’s the only way he can write the truth as he see it. The New York Times didn’t want him anymore.
The above article is by another journalist who is risking to tell the story about the U.S.A. In a different way, of course, the same article, at the link below, could be written about Brazil’s government, too. It’s amazing how two governments can be the same, both in a different way, but both with the same mediocre and corrupt politicians, some worse in one country than the other, however, all are involved in stealing, many times through legal government means, what they can in order to “help” themselves and the elite and the financially powerful people.
The world, essentially, is always the same, only the cover of the book changes, not the basic story. It’s always the same game, the same story and the vast majority of people never really notice. I didn’t either until I started listening to other voices.
That’s why the people, to this day, still keep voting; they absolutely think the game is going to change. It never does and it never, ever will, not while the same thinking at the top remains the same.