What Makes Elections Futile?

Of great consequence is the existence of worldviews that might shape events. That various worldviews exist is not in dispute. But we have reason for concern when certain worldviews that oppose the historic American nation and that oppose Christianity hold sway over elected officials, and indeed, over events.

One article published recently advocated secession. Election fraud obviously makes it futile to hope that elections will decide matters. But an article by Thomas Dalton, PhD. discusses larger forces that have enormous influence over elected officials and government as a whole:

Even with a true Red Wave, even with a Republican House and Senate, virtually nothing was going to change anyway—partly because of Biden, but mostly because the same corrupting forces hold sway in both parties.

As we know, Jewish donors are dominant funders of both parties.  One recent Jewish study admits that “Jews donate as much as 50 percent of the funds raised by Democrats and 25 percent of the funds raised by Republicans.”  Other sources give higher estimates.[1]  But even these figures are appalling.  Think of it: Of the hundreds of lobbies and special interests out there, a quarter to a half or more of all campaign funds come from a single lobby: the Jewish Lobby.  Guess who calls the shots.  Politicians just don’t pass on that kind of money because, quite obviously, they understand that they can’t be elected by alienating Jewish money. The Democrats are totally and completely sold to the Jews, and the Republicans are only slightly less sold-out.  No matter who won, the Jews win—and Whites lose.

That is the definition of a rigged system: a small, wealthy, corrupt minority wins out over a large majority of the people.  Until that changes, nothing of substance will change.  Even if Trump or DeSantis miraculously wins in 2024, nothing of substance will change…

The main issue, and the only issue that really matters at this point, is:  How will a given candidate address the Jewish dominance and Jewish corruption of our nation?  At every town hall, at every candidate panel and forum, people should be hammering away at their candidates:  What will you do to stop the Jewish Lobby?  Virtually nothing else matters at this point.  And how often did that question come up in the 2022 cycle?  Case closed.

As it is, the situation is hopelessly corrupt.  The system has completely failed.  ‘Representative democracy’ is utterly discredited and worthless.  ‘America’ as a functional nation is dead.  The lowest and most pernicious criminals hold sway at the top, and the nation drowns in Democrat-voting Third-World immigrants at the bottom.  Which party holds the Senate or House is irrelevant.  With anything short of revolutionary action, the nation will sink ever further into the abyss:  economic decline, rising crime, moral degradation at every turn—a wonderful future for your children and grandchildren.

Given disproportionate Jewish influence over government, academia, the legal system and the media, it is inevitable that the prevailing Jewish worldview in the United States– which is largely progressive/socialist and anti-Christian– will predominate. To suggest that Republican politicians are going to solve this fundamental problem is somewhat of a stretch. Many of the major changes over the last 75 years have been at the urging of members of this group– throwing prayer out of the schools and Christianity out of the public square; legal abortion on demand; the LGBTQ agenda; unrestricted third world immigration and open borders; globalism; enforced and celebrated diversity; hating and rewriting America’s history and founding; and incremental socialism.

Dr. Dalton advocates for secession. When this was attempted during the 1860’s, Lincoln would not permit it largely because of issues of money and power. There is little reason to believe that the forces that control American government would permit secession during our time for similar reasons.

As I indicated here last week, the Republicans are absolutely pathetic. There is little reason to hope they will fix what is wrong. That is why so many are arguing for the creation of parallel systems for Christians and conservatives– in nearly all spheres of activity.


6 thoughts on “What Makes Elections Futile?

  1. All that is depressing but I still believe that good will win over evil . I still believe that the demonic forces assaulting our way of life will be conquered . I still believe God will lead us to the ultimate victory.

    “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”

    Edmund Burke

    1. It used to be that when the pendulum swung to far to one side, the electorate would pull it back in the other direction. The big question is whether that might be even remotely possible given the fact that so much fraud is now baked into our elections.

  2. Ha !

    “Americans are led to feel free through the exercise of meaningless choices. There are only two political parties. There is a reduction of the number of media companies. Banking has been reduced to only a handful of banks. Oil companies. These are important, and you’re given very little choice… You know what your freedom of choice in America is? Paper or plastic.” — George Carlin

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