Stolen Election. America Hijacked.
A BUZZFLASH READER CONTRIBUTION
by Chuck Muziani
After reading Matthew Rothschild's editorial on progressive.org, "A
Letter To Incredulous Friends Around The World," I immediately
thought, "Why would anyone write such tripe?"
In the article,
Rothschild seems to imply the November 2 election was legitimate in
its outcome. By writing, "I'm sorry. I really am. I know it must
be impossible for you to understand the choice the American public
made on November 2," Rothschild is implying voters favored Bush
and his failures. Bull. There is no logical explanation for the reported
result of the election, other than to say the election was stolen.
Yes, stolen. Bloggers throughout the web are currently reviewing exit
poll results, and comparing them to actual vote tallies. The conclusion
amongst the bloggers: there is a disconnect between the two. Why would
exit polls be accurate only in paper ballot counties, and not accurate
in electronic voting counties in many states? This does not make sense.
Exit polling is hardly perfect, but it is accurate enough in the sense
that its results typically suggest the ultimate outcome of an election.
There is no reason to believe otherwise. Major media outlets have all
but ignored recent voter fraud stories circulating amongst a multitude
of blog pages on the web. The corporate controlled media outlets have
focused our attention with pictures and stories of a major Fallujah
offensive. An offensive that was ordered to proceed by the Administration
immediately after election day. The timing of the launch of the offensive
was not based upon any military strategy. Nothing prevented a go order
in the days before the election. And nothing occurred in the day after
the election to elicit the order at that moment ... except ... the
web bloggers, and blackboxvoting.org, and votergate.tv investigating
reports of vote result discrepancies, and potential fraud in Ohio,
Florida, Pennsylvania, and a other states.
In fact, the Fallujah offensive timing was engineered to steal attention
away from voter fraud reports. It is a tactic the Bush Administration
has used with great skill for most of the campaign, and continues with
it to this day. I call it, the "Sleaze and Misdirect" method
of stealing the American consciousness. Murdoch's FOX News, Sinclair
Broadcasting, CNN, CNBC, and conservative talk radio programs are there
to supplement the Bush Administration's misdirect tactics by providing
counterattack backup responses should any mainstream media outlet ever
actually run valid expose pieces of clandestine political thievery.
Forget planes being hijacked. America, as a whole, has been hijacked.
Not by Islamic-based terrorists. Not by Middle Eastern zealots who "hate
our freedom." And not by suicidal bomb-packing sycophants programmed
to praise their God by personally delivering their murder victims to
His pearly gate. America has been hijacked by a greedy, power hungry
political machine that could never win an election without stealing
America is no longer a nation. It has become a 'notion,' a device
used to convince its lesser-thinking inhabitants that they are in control
of the people and events that dictate the path of their very existence.
We are constantly reminded by political figureheads that we are a free
people. A democratic republic. A self-governed populace. That is programming.
We have been programmed into assuming those political figureheads fear
us. We have been programmed into assuming their alleged fear is based
upon the 'notion' that we, the people, can vote them out of office
if we so choose.
In fact, the opposite is true. It is the politicians who vote we, the
people, out of office. The oligarchy elite who make up our government
do not want you to know what they do. They do not want you to know
they line their pockets by awarding no-bid contracts to companies in
which they maintain an interest. They do not want you to understand
they use government power to hide their actions. Government deception
and secrecy have become the glue of their power. They implement policy
designed to keep the uninformed, simply that: uninformed.
They poll us with seemingly heart felt questions designed to tug at
our sensibilities. They review and chew the poll results. And based
on tactical analysis of the results, they create templates of political
strategy that includes talking points designed to morph and mold our
thought processes into static complacency, or at worst case from their
point of view, subliminally steer us into actions that do not threaten
their stronghold of power.
America has been stolen. We, the people, have lost our country. We
have lost our nation. This reality should be floating to the top of