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- Sep 20, 2018
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Yes, I don't disagree at all.I disagree. The USA have a whole arsenal of betraying their voters at their disposal, like e.g. gerrymandering, really bad voting machines, and deleting voters in the electoral registers for invented reasons. For example Jeb Bush in 2000 deleted ten thousands of black voters, because he claimed they've commited crimes and were convicted, which is enough in Florida to loose the right to vote. Of course all of this was just invented. Millions of votes are never counted every election as well.
Or in New York City when the candidates back then were Clinton and Bernie Sanders, there were in Brooklyn alone 126.000 people deleted out of the registers, which would have preferred Sanders. And so on and on... the methods are something you would expect in Paraguy under Stroessner, but not in America.
Investigative journalist Greg Palast for example thinks, that the Interstate Crosscheck was abused by GOP to delete voters which would have not voted for Trump; anyway according to him over 7.2 million voters are in this list:
Palast also talked with Obama about his elections; Obama was aware about the theft of votes, Palast says, in the million range. Therefore Obamas plan was to have such a high majority, that this theft doesn't matter. Palast himself estimates it to be in the six million range.
And so on and on... just read this books by Greg Palast:
The Best Democracy Money Can Buy: A Tale of Billionaires & Ballot Bandits: Amazon.de: Palast, Greg, Rall, Ted, Kennedy Jr., Robert F.: Amazon.deThe Best Democracy Money Can Buy: A Tale of Billionaires & Ballot Bandits | Palast, Greg, Rall, Ted, Kennedy Jr., Robert F. | ISBN: 9781609807757 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon.www.amazon.de
You will recall that I said
I should have added gerrymandering and electoral corruption and malpractice to the methods used by the colonial administrators and governors to maintain political control of the colonised areas.Rural and agricultural areas, in consequence, become treated like any other third-world country ("shithole countries," as some American politicians have called them), ruled over by corrupt colonial administrators and governors who run them for the benefit of the colonialists and exploit them any way they can, while trying to keep the rural proletariat in line by fomenting intercommunal hostility and by congratulating the favoured group on how much better they are than their despised rivals.