Americans are finally figuring out what democracy is: mob rule. No one can vote away your property or rights, and yet, that’s exactly what the ruling class does using “democracy” as a cover for their crimes against humanity.
Just a small fraction of Americans believe democracy is working very well, though most agree that a democratically elected government is essential to US society, a new poll has shown. Unfortunately, most see things getting worse, according to a report by RT.
People are starting to realize that they were born into a slave state and are constantly being brainwashed into accepting it as their reality. But a few truths are coming to light: voting is your consent to be governed (ruled and enslaved), government is slavery, democracy is mob rule, and no one has the right to rule over another regardless of how many vote to enslave that person. It’s nice to see people’s eyes opening to this.
The worst part, however, is that nearly two-thirds of Americans believe the level of division in the United States will either remain constant or even grow over the next five years. Once we realize we don’t have the right to remove others’ rights, that will improve as people start working together instead of against those with which they disagree. Once we get beyond the desire to violently dominate and rule over others whether by ballot box (democracy) or otherwise, the division has nothing to do but fall away.
The good news is that people are awakening to these truths that have been hidden intentionally so the rulers can maintain power for centuries.
Trust in most institutions has been going steadily downward in the US and other Western nations, according to PR company Edelman’s ‘trust barometer’, which measures the phenomenon. In 2021, the media received record-low ratings from Edelman, but Congress was viewed even less favorably. Indeed, the only thing worse than being a member of Congress, according to their polling, was being a journalist, according to RT.
As the trust in the system erodes, people will begin to voluntarily work together to avoid their slavery to the government. When people come together, anything is possible, which is why rulers never unite the public; they will only divide.