Because the true essence of liberal democracy is oligarchy, national elections in America generally function the same way as the Super Bowl: a form of corporate-sponsored mass spectacle. As a rule, choosing between Democrats and Republicans is analogous to determining one’s preference for Coke or Pepsi, both laced with arsenic.
Unlike previous US presidential campaigns, little more than glorified puppet theatre brought to you by Goldman Sachs and the rest of the banking octopus, the 2016 race for the White House is proving to actually matter for America’s future and that of the world. Both party establishments, Democrats and Republicans, remain loyal servants of a financial international insatiable in its lust to destroy nations and construct the technocratic World State, Huxley and Wells’ dystopia made manifest. Georgetown University professor and court historian to the plutocracy Carroll Quigley puts it quite plainly:
[T]he powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching…
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