Always a fantasy democracy from inception, never the real thing, the choice for US voters is between the evil of two war party lessers.
The empire of lies and forever wars on invented enemies increasingly resembles how banana republics are run.
Operating extrajudicially and repressively, the interests of power elites and monied interests are served at the expense of the general welfare.
The great majority has no say over how they’re governed or by whom, no rights beyond what ruling regimes permit.
With midterm selections masquerading as elections a day away, analyst Martin Armstrong issued the following warning:
“(C)heating (on Tuesday will) be so great that it is almost impossible to make a prediction.”
“In a fair midterm election, Republicans would win the House and Senate.”
It’s a close call, Armstrong believes, at a time when deep-seated “corruption is so bad, it’s crazy.”
While Republicans hold a majority of legislative seats in Pennsylvania, Dems control the executive branch.
It mailed hundreds of thousands of ballots to non-citizens, including “people in Canada,” Armstrong explained.
Whichever wing of the one-party state wins House and/or Senate control will be rejected by the other wing and its supporters.
Shilling for undemocratic Dem sharks, MSM hyperventilated about nonexistent Russian meddling in the US political process.
If Republicans regain House and/or Senate control, they’ll scream Russian meddling despite no corroborating evidence because there is none.
The US political process is so debauched, perhaps they’ll be no 2024 election, Armstrong believes.
“It is not looking very good, and it’s probably because (midterm results won’t likely) be accepted.”
“When (things are) so over-the-top corrupt, what do you do for the next one?”
Hegemon USA “will not exist (in its current form) after 2032.”
“After 2028 and 2029, we are going to have to redesign a government from scratch.”
“America is being destroyed.”
“Republics always end in absolute corruption.”
Things in the US are way beyond turning them around.
In 2020, Trump was dumped by brazen election fraud, what’s indisputable — despite fake news claims otherwise by Dems and their MSM cheerleaders.
If he announces his candidacy for reelection as expected, perhaps CIA dark forces will eliminate him altogether.
According to Axios last Friday:
“Trump’s inner circle…signaled for weeks that a 2024 announcement is imminent” — perhaps post-midterms “on Nov. 14.”
If Republicans do well on Tuesday, he’ll “take credit for (their) victories across the board, including those he propelled with his endorsements, and even those he had nothing to do with.”
Last week, he told supporters:
“Get ready. That’s all I’m telling you. Very soon. Get ready.”
Last July, Axios said his “top allies are preparing to radically reshape the federal government if he is re-elected…”
He’ll purg(e) potentially thousands of civil servants and fill career posts with loyalists to him and his ‘America First’ ideology.”
If what he has in mind challenges deep state interests, he’ll be highly vulnerable to elimination the old-fashioned way.
According a new USA Today/Suffolk University poll of likely midterm voters, only 26% of respondents support a 2nd fake Biden term.
Trump fared no better with only 27% support, including only 39% of GOP voters.
In its late October poll, Quinnipiac University reported the fake Biden’s approval rating at 36%, 53% of respondents expressing disapproval.
Americans get the best “democracy” money can buy.
Despite scant concern for the general welfare by both wings of the one-party state, dominant Dems are so deeply corrupted and recklessly dangerous that support Republicans is warranted this time around — the lesser of two evil choices.
Another excellent analysis,
Martin Armstrong was advising country governments as a young man and his computer, Socrates, has conclusions worth listening to. Armstrong would top 15 of people to grow on.
There is a pixel on his website that demonstrates how history gets buried — the term “Black Friday” being the subject.
From “About” Martin Armstrong at https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/about/1113-2/
“When his history teacher showed an old black & white film, The Toast of New York, starting Edward Arnold and Cary Grant, which portrayed the gold manipulation of Jim Fisk that resulted in the Panic of 1869, his perception of the world was changed forever. This was the Panic when the term “Black Friday” was coined because the mob stormed Wall Street and was dragging the bankers from their offices and hanging them. The riot prompted troops to be sent in to restore peace.”