|The Chaos at The Capitol: Where Do We Go From Here?|
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There is a popular saying which goes – there are decades where nothing happens, and there are weeks where decades happen. The chaotic events we witnessed in the past few days have shown that the saying still stands true.
The Rigged Election
First of all, it needs to be said that the 2020 election was not conducted in a free and fair manner. Laws were broken, rules were flouted, and age-old norms were ignored in favor of the establishment’s favorite candidate – Joe Biden. Those mail in ballots (that Jimmy Carter warned us about) did the trick did they not? Almost 700,000 ballots and all went for Biden and the Democrats will not even allow us to count them!
The worst part is that anyone who raised questions or even expressed their displeasure at what was going on was labeled a ‘fear monger’, ‘conspiracy theorist’, ‘Russian shill’, or ‘a threat to democracy’ by the pro-China legacy media and pro criminal (gangster, pedophile, they don’t care – they put them back on the street in New York and California) Big Tech.
All that was asked of our elected representatives and the judiciary was to look into the claims of voter fraud and find out whether the allegations are genuine or false. That they flat out refused to do so should tell you everything you need to know about this election.
The Chaos at the Capitol
There is no denying the fact that the Antifa/pro freedom protests at the US Capitol were chaotic and violent, but the police let them in. However, it is unfair to place the blame entirely, or even an equal share, on Trump supporters for several reasons.
First of all, Trump supporters did not call for protests right after the election. They did not even call for protests in the following days, when it was revealed that the Democrats used all sorts of dirty tricks to stack the deck in favor of their candidate.
Instead, they kept their faith in the democratic process and approached the judiciary. When the judiciary let them down, they approached elected representatives to restore their faith in democracy.
At every stage, the response from the establishment was – ‘Boohoo, Biden won. Go home.’
When viewed from this context, the outpouring of emotions at the US Capitol is understandable – although many people – including prominent right-wingers – believe that it was not justified.
Mainstream Media – Propagandists for the Establishment
Conservatives always knew that the mainstream media was biased against them. The media’s coverage of the events that transpired in the past few days has only confirmed this notion.
For months, antisocial elements belonging to the racist and sinister Black Lives Matter (which support policies that destroy jobs and cause poverty) and anti-prosperity Antifa burned down private and public properties, looted businesses, vandalized national monuments, assaulted people, and killed police officers. The media not only refused to cover these incidents, but actually stated that the protests were ‘mostly peaceful’.
This on-air graphic from CNN, in particular, will go down in history as one of the most shameful episodes of propaganda ever to have aired on national TV.
The same people, however, are calling the protestors at US Capitol as ‘insurrectionists’. It is as blatant a lie as we have ever heard from the media. The protestors at the Capitol – though violent – did not try to ‘overthrow the government’ or ‘organize a coup’ – as the left-liberal establishment keeps screaming every day. At best – they vandalized a federal government building, which is the exact same thing that BLM and Antifa did.
Prominent left-wing intellectuals, Hollywood celebrities, and journalists keep asking – what if the protestors had been BLM activists? Well; we already know the answer to the question. When BLM mobs rioted over George Floyd’s death, this is what the police did.
Does this mean we should justify the protests, which resulted in the deaths of five people? Of course not; as any loss of life is always condemnable. At the same time, we need to understand that the system is not just or fair. The same people who glorified the nation-wide riots – which caused up to $2 billion in damage – and hailed BLM gangsters and Antifa communist loving activists as ‘heroes’ are now calling Trump supporters ‘domestic terrorists’.
The Voteopolis Platform and the Way Forward
The problems we are facing right now as a nation cannot be fixed easily or quickly. We need to restructure our political system from the ground up. In order to be able to do so, we need to educate our voting populace.
This is not a left vs. right issue – this is an issue that concerns every single citizen in the country. A constitutional republic cannot function with a polarized population. The need of the hour is to make people understand that our future is at stake here. If left unchecked, political polarization – especially the scale at which it is happening right now – can lead to the dissolution of the union.
This is precisely why we at Voteopolis have been working to build a transparent political system – which allows citizens to play an active role in the political process.
The primary goal of the Voteopolis platform is to provide voters the information they need to make the right decisions. We provide the following data to our members.
Simply put, Voteopolis allows you to find out what a politician really stands for and what kind of future do they envisage for country. In other words, we cut through the noise generated by the mainstream media and give you the data – based on which you can make informed decisions.
Voteopolis is a cryptographically-secure platform which cannot be manipulated by bots or vested interests with fake identifications. Every member is authenticated through blockchain technology. We have real people, discussing real things, and taking steps for a better future.
Voteopolis has the potential become a national town hall, where citizens can educate themselves, discuss issues with others, voice their opinion on day-to-day issues, and take part in the political process. As our influence grows, we can grow into a national platform which reflects the views of a majority of citizens in the country.
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