We have been told that we operate under a “two party system” that, in fact, never existed in law or practice.
What does exist, is a globe-spanning criminal crony network that has hoodwinked and robbed us for generations.
Given the incessant, ongoing revelations of scandal and corruption in our government, as well as the common observation that things have gone terribly wrong, my hope is that more of us awaken to this fact, and vote accordingly.
That awakening is a long time coming. The worst of the crime ring’s basic infrastructure started just over a hundred years ago with a network of private bankers given monopoly power over our currency. With their debt/inflation-based fiat currency comes an ancient pattern of failure that consumed most of the greatest civilizations in history. And this time, it is truly a global colossus that is about to collapse in what would be the worst, most violent and impoverishing conflagration ever.
This is a lot of “conspiracy theory” to absorb, let alone believe, so for now I’ll ignore the global monetary, espionage and military systems, and start with what you can see every day here in Indiana.
The Indiana Constitution’s Article I, Section 23 is strong and specific in prohibiting special individual or class rights: “The General Assembly shall not grant to any citizen, or class of citizens, privileges or immunities, which, upon the same terms, shall not equally belong to all citizens.”
In direct violation of this clear prohibition, members of the private clubs called the Democratic and Republican parties have incrementally and over the past century created and protected special powers as “major” parties under Indiana Code.
It’s surprising how many people don’t know that only the Ds and Rs get taxpayer-funded primary elections that serve as vehicles for free media promotion, more donations, and direct public involvement with the internal affairs of their parties. Only they can have Precinct Committeemen with special political rights and powers, yet without the constitutional and antitrust restrictions on other political officeholders. Only “the major political parties” are entitled to serve on the Indiana Election Commission and Recount Commission, among other things.
Worse still is that the Democratic and Republican parties have illegally placed arbitrary barriers and special requirements on all alternative candidates that make it vastly more difficult for them to get on ballots, be seen on ballots, or even come close to the level of taxpayer-supported organization voters assume are shared by all political parties.
In case you think that new law trumps old law; that’s not how constitutions work at all. Both Indiana’s Article I, Section 25, and the federal constitution’s 10th amendment make it plain that violations of the constitutions are null and void; they’re no more “law” than if a cat coughed them up.
The good news is that all governments are by consent of the governed. Even the most oppressive regimes are overthrown when the people have had enough. And we have elections so that our revolutions can be peaceful.
So, look around the various structural and media roadblocks to research the truth on your own.
I’m hoping you’ll realize that even participating in their primary elections gives too much help to corrupt parties that don’t need our help. I hope you’ll see that it’s not alternative candidates who need to explain what they’re doing on the ballot. I really hope you’ll look at what our nation has become, look at the agents of that monstrosity, and ask, “How dare you show yourself on our ballots again?”