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Evidence That Socialist Democratic Processes Cannot be Trusted

Reader comment on item: Trump's Need to Concede
in response to reader comment: President Trump has every right to contest the results of the election

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 19, 2020 at 14:11

How Elections around the World are Exposed for the Loss of Freedoms:

Electoral processes in modern societies have been corruptible and exposure to those corruptions are usually mishandled for the very reason of the corruption; more recent examples have been seen in places like Egypt (though some semblance of reform appears there), Venezuela (where political extremism still has its hold there); but now, of all places, the United States of America has demonstrated it vulnerabilities due to its complacence appropriated through uncontrollable fears of the unknown and the willingness of the erudite intellectual elite to take advantage for reasons of pride and covetousness of power.
What is being revealed here is that truth in American politics has been appropriated; that the venturing of the need to concede is still part of the delusion that truth is not necessary; that censoring the voices of truth is all that is required to be subjugated as a people no longer protected by their representation, but surrendered to the corruption of an ideology that does not recognize freedom. But be wary, even those that think they are protected from the corrupted processes they intend to impose on others will come around to them eventually; just ask the survivors of the Stalinist purges that were friends of the regime in the thirties and forties: oh, there were no survivors.
Who is pushing for the need to concede? Just ask yourselves, what happens when conceding to evil? Is that what we are being told to trust?
President Trump advocated for the truth of freedom: why should we give that up in conceding to fraud?


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