Elections have now become a mechanism by which present-day voters shift the costs of benefits and handouts to future voters who are not represented in the present

Monday, November 12, 2018
By Paul Martin

by: Mike Adams
NaturalNews.com
Monday, November 12, 2018

The most popular person in society is he who lies to the public in a manner that excuses the masses from the repercussions of their own actions.

Likewise, the most unpopular person in society is he who tells the masses the truth about what they have set into motion.

Voters tend to elect popular candidates who willingly lie to them rather than those who serve up a dose of reality.

That’s because the masses don’t want to live in reality; they want to enjoy the short term gains that come from displacing long-term consequences to whatever citizens are unlucky enough to live in the future time of reckoning. Thus, elections are the mechanism by which today’s delusional citizens grant themselves present-day benefits at the expense of future citizens who, thanks to the laws of physics, cannot vote in present-day elections. (Because they don’t own time travel machines.)

Future citizens, in other words, are truly victims of taxation without representation.

The American people just voted to plunge their home states into financial crisis

The recent mid-term elections demonstrated this in neon lights for anyone who cares to pay attention. From state to state, all across America, the voters just granted themselves benefits and payouts that are mathematically impossible to sustain. California, Illinois, Florida, Michigan, New York and a long list of other states passed ballot initiatives or elected liberal political leaders who cannot help but drive their states (and the nation) into fiscal catastrophe.

With over fifty percent of America’s households now receiving some form of government entitlement, America’s voters have jumped the shark and decided to milk the system for all it’s worth, for as long as the seemingly free money keeps flowing. Accomplishing this is no more complicated than voting for the politician who promises to hand out the most free stuff.

Elections have now become a mechanism by which present-day voters shift the costs of benefits and handouts to future voters who are not represented in the present
Monday, November 12, 2018 by: Mike Adams
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(Natural News) The most popular person in society is he who lies to the public in a manner that excuses the masses from the repercussions of their own actions.

Likewise, the most unpopular person in society is he who tells the masses the truth about what they have set into motion.

Voters tend to elect popular candidates who willingly lie to them rather than those who serve up a dose of reality.

That’s because the masses don’t want to live in reality; they want to enjoy the short term gains that come from displacing long-term consequences to whatever citizens are unlucky enough to live in the future time of reckoning. Thus, elections are the mechanism by which today’s delusional citizens grant themselves present-day benefits at the expense of future citizens who, thanks to the laws of physics, cannot vote in present-day elections. (Because they don’t own time travel machines.)

Future citizens, in other words, are truly victims of taxation without representation.

The American people just voted to plunge their home states into financial crisis
The recent mid-term elections demonstrated this in neon lights for anyone who cares to pay attention. From state to state, all across America, the voters just granted themselves benefits and payouts that are mathematically impossible to sustain. California, Illinois, Florida, Michigan, New York and a long list of other states passed ballot initiatives or elected liberal political leaders who cannot help but drive their states (and the nation) into fiscal catastrophe.

With over fifty percent of America’s households now receiving some form of government entitlement, America’s voters have jumped the shark and decided to milk the system for all it’s worth, for as long as the seemingly free money keeps flowing. Accomplishing this is no more complicated than voting for the politician who promises to hand out the most free stuff.

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Nowhere on the mid-term ballot did we find a candidate promoting fiscal responsibility, reduced government debt and living within our means. Fiscal reason wasn’t up for election. Instead, nearly all the candidates promised “more free stuff” if elected by the self-serving voters.

Candidates and voters are now running a self-reinforcing scam. The politician says, “You vote for me, and I’ll deliver more free stuff,” while the voter says, “You promise me more free stuff, and you’ll earn my vote.” Both the politician and the voter seemingly benefit for some time, since living on borrowed credit always creates an artificial boost in apparent quality of life. But just as an addict experiences chemical hell when quitting his habit cold turkey, the repercussions of the financial collapse that’s now set in stone will be catastrophic beyond imagination.

The financial collapse of California, Illinois, New York and even the USA is now a certainty

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