If you vote on the coming 2016 elections you are just the victim of a sham. The last nail on the coffin of our democracy was hammered in when our last honest president John F. Kennedy was murdered. The Federal Reserve (mega banks) owns our government, our politicians (prostitutes who have not only sold themselves but also their country), our economic system and the media. They will do what they want regardless of who is our president; if he (she) fights the system, he (she) will be assassinated too. Our socioeconomic system is run by a group of psychopathic thieves and murderers; it is rotting at the core. There is no way it can be reformed; it has to be cleaned, the scum (parasite) has to be disposed of. There is no alternative, no way to go around it.
How do we do that?
The only vote we have is how we spend our money.
Boycott! To kill the parasites that sicken our society we starve them. We boycott Coca Cola, Walmart, McDonald etcetera, but above all we must boycott Bank of America, Citibank, Chase, Wells Fargo etc., (all the international banks). Humanity has reached a crossroads; if we don’t kill this monstrous parasite now, humanity may be lost, our youth is already walking dead. Joining the monster is no salvation either; it will end up devouring itself. It has already started to.
Please be aware that the reason our species has become the scum of the earth is not that the elite is corrupt, but that we are all corrupt. The wealthy have been able to steal and kill because we have let them, we have turned a blind eye, we have been silent. We must learn to see that everything is interconnected; only then we will be able to stop the monster. The Head of the Monster
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