Bush v. Gore Supreme Court ruling happened just 15 years ago. Since then, we had ‘elections’ but these are a farce since we have zero right to really vote for President. I was extremely involved in the Bush v. Gore business so I will relate this story today because I am still very pissed off about it. As we all remember, I hope, Florida had trouble counting the votes due to crummy voting equipment they insisted on using. Instead of counting these troublesome votes, the Supreme Court jumped with both feet into the matter and canceled the election and installed Bush via fiat.
We were all told by our media rulers and other rich people that there was no need to really count votes nor to have a second election if the first one was a vote failure. Instead, they yelled that this was a wonderful ‘solution’ that is, no vote counting, and installing a ruler was beneficial. So anger died down especially after Bush Jr. and his family let a whole gang of terrorists train to fly commercial jets in Florida before attacking the US on 9/11 whereby the Bush clan and our other rulers then shoved everyone into attacking an entirely innocent third party, Iraq, blaming Saddam falsely for the attacks by a bunch of Saudis.
All this was set in motion with the elimination of an election. Before the Supreme Court acted, I drove down to Washington, DC to confront our Senators. I had written up a document explaining how the votes had to be counted properly and if voting systems failed, these must be changed to operate properly.
I even proposed a bill be passed: the Uniform Voting Systems Act. I carefully explained to each Senator that we must have the same systems across the entire nation so there could not be local vote fraud. The howls of rage were deafening. It was painfully obvious that the last thing the Senators, elected under dicey systems, wanted was sane voting systems that can’t be tampered with or controlled by themselves!
I raised a huge row that day in the Senate building that was so huge, as I drove away, NPR radio had Senators talking about it! No one mentioned my name even though a number of Senators knew me from past actions and I had my name on all the documents I handed out. As per usual, I was masked and hidden from view (thank you, CIA) and remain ‘a woman’ instead of having a name. No one interviewed me afterwards even though I handed out my documents to the press, too.
Oddly enough, when the Supreme Court killed the election and cemented a coup, I was called by several reporters who chatted with me, quoted me and LEFT OUT MY NAME. HAHAHA. It was so bizarre but I was used to this, too. I still remember when Ted Turner came to me in NYC way back in the 1980’s and offered to put me on TV and he did this only to suddenly withdraw this because he said, scary things were said to him and…he eventually got rid of CNN and ran away from the country entirely…I don’t need to flee only because I am totally hidden from the public even when in plain sight so as my dad said many years ago, ‘This is why you are still alive’ so I guess I should thank our rulers for this bonus.
Maybe Barry Goldwater has been helpful in this matter of keeping me alive, I don’t know. All I know is, since few people believe me, I am safe so far. I remember when the internet was a much more open place with a lot more feedback from users. I remember when the NYT had this forum where you could start a page and keep it going for years.
I did this. I was very popular there and voted one of the top online commentators. My reward was for the NYT to ban me for life. Ditto, the Washington Post. Then they banned everyone by killing the forums. The NYT does allow some tiny short comments to select stories but these are hidden from view and if you don’t know the trick of licking on a tiny blue number at the top corner, it is hidden.
When you do click on it, a skinny side box shows up which is very hard to scroll or read. This eliminates the troublesome issue of reading it, only a masochist would bother scrolling down the ‘letters’. This is 100% deliberate. In the old days, you had clear, open commentary on NYT articles now you have tiny comments that are mostly trite, expected blurbs.
Most media have zero comments allowed so the NYT is not totally totalitarian, just 90% totalitarian. The fact remains, the internet is a lot less free than in 2000, we are certainly a lot less free than in 2000 and the internet isn’t smarter, it is rapidly being dumbed down, closed off, chopped up and stupified by relying more on the twits on Twitter than good commentary like years ago.
Damn. And goddamn the jerks in the Supreme Court and our howling dogs in the media. To hell with them all.
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