A REALLY Sad Thought

Hillary, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump — whether we like it or not — absolutely throw into question the very legitimacy of the concept itself of democracy as a governing system.

  • Hillary Clinton is a felon. Nothing less. What she has done, if she were a Republican, would have disqualified her from public life more than twenty-five years ago. If she were a Republican she would be in prison for any number of things she’s done while on the loose in America. More to the point: she’s an idiot. When was the last time you heard her say something even vaguely intelligent?
  • Bernie Sanders is an enthusiastic adherent to a belief system that’s so stupid, so incompatible with basic human decency, that his nitwittery and buffoonery should have disqualified him from public life, again, more than twenty-five years ago. If Hillary Clinton is an idiot, Bernie Sanders is an idiot’s idiot. A true 15-watt, dim bulb special.
  • Donald Trump is a smooth-talking carnival huckster, who has said nothing whatsoever of substance concerning the vastly important questions, issues and problems that confront us as a result of the awful Obama Administration.

These three buffoons are nothing less than the three leading candidates to succeed Barack Obama, who is, himself nothing more than an empty-suit carnival fraud, who was willing and able to play off his skin color to seize the American Presidency, the most powerful position in the history of the world.

Clinton-Obama-Sanders-Trump — COST — are the ones the people have chosen, and are choosing — as happens in democracies — to occupy the Presidency. In other words: COST says one thing: The people (“democracy” means: “rule by the people”) are blithering idiots.

At this point, I can think of nothing in all this to indicate that democracy is even one tiny jot superior to a system in which shadowy men choose charismatic, attractive figureheads to “lead the people,” while they, the shadowy men, hold all the real power.

— xPraetorius


7 thoughts on “A REALLY Sad Thought

  1. Yes indeed, this has been my same lamentation for a number of weeks now. I look about the field of candidates and the two parties and hope that our alien lizard overlords or the illumnati have something up their sleeve. Someone suggested that the alien pod people really had landed in DC and taken over our country and for the first time in my life, that sounded almost hopeful. So what is our problem, are we really too stupid to govern ourselves?

  2. The Israelites still want a king. I was disappointed in my countrymen for electing Clinton and revolted when they elected Obama but, really, should any of this surprise us? Aren’t Americans just doing what fallen humanity seems to do best: running as hard and as fast away from virtue and wisdom as their self-worshipping feet can carry them? The real question is why God has let us continue this long given that we embrace the idolatrous cult of human sacrifice called “choice.” Common sense, enlightened self-interest, duty, righteousness, clear thinking; these things don’t stand a chance when we define freedom like this:
    Psalm 2
    1 Why do the nations conspire and the peoples plot in vain?
    2 The kings of the earth rise up and the rulers band together against the Lord and against his anointed, saying,
    3 “Let us break their chains and throw off their shackles.”

    We CANNOT look to government to straighten itself out. We cannot rely on education to put our civilization back on track. Revival is the only hope left for this country. God help us.

  3. @lang3063: I wouldn’t change a word of what you have said, except to shout, “Amen!” at the end.

    We are so completely in need of a real revival in America. God will help us, if we but beseech Him to. It’s just a question of in what form that help arrives.

    Please take heart, keep faith strong in your heart, and pray fervently for that very revival, and that it might reach every last one of our brothers and sisters in the world!


    — x

    1. Lol
      Sorry, didn’t realise.
      Is this a constitutional issue?
      Does the constitution forbid certain IQs from office?
      Does the constitution forbid people accused, but not convicted, of crime from office?
      Is socialism excluded as a political idea, by the constitution, without violating free expression?

      Is democracy worthless if the conclusion is not the one you want?

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