Both candidates are elite puppets. Presidents get selected, not elected.
“It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.”
– Joseph Stalin
By Dr. Webster Tarpley:
Born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 1946, Dr. Webster Griffin Tarpley is a philosopher of history who seeks to provide the programs and strategies needed to overcome the current world crisis. As an activist historian he first became widely known for his book George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography (1992), a masterpiece of research which is still a must read. AB Princeton 1966, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa; Fulbright Scholar at University of Turin, Italy; MA in humanities from Skidmore College; and Ph.D. in early modern history from the Catholic University of America with emphasis on the role of Venice in the origins of the Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648). During 2008, he warned of the dangers of an Obama presidency controlled by Wall Street with Obama: The Postmodern Coup, The Making of a Manchurian Candidate and Barack H. Obama: The Unauthorized Biography. His interest in economics is reflected in Surviving the Cataclysm: Your Guide Through the Worst Financial Crisis in Human History Against Oligarchy. His books have appeared in Japanese, German, Italian, French, and Spanish.
– The US Republican election fraud machine (PressTV, Nov 5, 2012):
On the eve of the US elections, many signs point to a close contest between Wall Street Democrat Barack Obama and plutocratic Republican Mitt Romney, with the fight for control of the US House of Representatives and Senate likely to repeat the status quo.
This year is different from 2008, when mass hatred for the George Bush neocon regime of war and depression gave Obama an advantage which was widely recognized before the vote. This year’s election will resemble those of 2000 and 2004, when the presidential candidates were evenly matched. This is the kind of an election in which election fraud, carried out by electronic voting machines and computer networks, can be decisive. Continue reading »