Have Voting Machines Already Made their Choice for Prez? 3


Published on Oct 22, 2012 by

So, your Nobel Peace Prize-winning European Union is demanding that indebted nations like Greece and Portugal privatize all their water resources if they want to continue receiving bail outs. As in – you want to stay in the Eurozone? Then hand over your most precious commons to transnational corporations. This is in line with the broader privatization agenda we’re seeing all around the world – especially here in America as water, roads, school, prisons – you name it – are all being privatized and taken out of the hands of “we the people.” These are all assaults on democracy.

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3 thoughts on “Have Voting Machines Already Made their Choice for Prez?

  • Douglas Nusbaum

    This is in line with the broader privatization agenda we’re seeing all around the world – especially here in America as water, roads, school, prisons – you name it – are all being privatized and taken out of the hands of “we the people.” These are all assaults on democracy.

    Riiiiigggjhhhhtt…. Cause it is better when the government runs things. Just compare. Airpost to airlines. Roads to Cars. Public schools to private schools. Yep, the free market government does such a good job. Hey, since the gov does such a good job with water, how about letting it run the food growing and distribution system also.

  • JamesAt17

    As usual a small amount of the public knows about this and can do nothing about it because of having to go up against our own government that has given away these things and the big banks that took this for payment of a false debt. I read something all the time telling me revolution is coming to the U.S., but from where I am looking at it there are not enough people to get behind that, so that lets me see that whatever these big corporations/banksters/government people want to do is going to go through with barely a whimper from the public. I don’t even get out as much as I was telling people about these things. Finding someone who will join with me and help has never happened. I see them online, but not one of them are my neighbors. Standing alone here.

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