Give to the “Democratic” Party — What For?

It is raining demands to donate to the “Democratic” Party and their allied organizations (like MoveOn.org), and I keep asking myself: why the hell would I give them money? To finance yet another grand show of fake primaries?

I gave to Bernie Sanders last year, but – quite frankly – I was still a little naive back then, and didn’t pay close attention to whether I was contributing to his campaign directly or via the cheating DNC which raked in millions of dollars in donations by dangling Bernie in front of our eyes while it secretly installed Shillary as their November candidate. Just think of the civil lawsuit brought against the DNC about this fraud… The DNC crooks sent their lawyers into the courtroom to declare that it’s perfectly legal for the DNC to sit in back rooms, smoking cigars and picking their candidates, no matter what the voters want who gave them donations not realizing they were financing a complete charade.

Well, in that case, why would I ever let a penny of mine get anywhere near the DNC in the future?

Listen to me, “Democratic” Party leadership: When you dismiss me, I dismiss you. Good-bye and good riddance!

A political party which can just do anything with the money we give it, regardless of what we give it for, is not worthy of my support.

The same goes for the Republican Party, of course. When have we last seen a real people’s representative on their ballots? Only independents and third-party candidates are worth our support nowadays. The two corrupt political gangs have sold us out and denied us our constitutional democracy long enough. Time we take our government back from them, and then our economy from the robber billionaires for whom both major parties work and who hold us in wage slavery and poverty, aiming to not only own title on most of everything, but the whole world and us who live in it.

Addendum: To avoid misunderstandings, when worthy candidates (against all odds!) appear on the ballot with a “D” by their names, I may still vote for them if no better independent or third party candidates did make it on the ballot. Just don’t expect me to throw away my hard-earned and insufficient-for-a-good-life money on faked primaries. Nobody should do that. And to reiterate the other issue: I want a true people’s party, whether it comes about via an internal revolution within the “Democratic” Party or via successful launch and growth of a new party with built-in bottom-up democracy as opposed to the party duopoly’s anti-democratic top-down mind manipulation and chain of command.

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3 thoughts on “Give to the “Democratic” Party — What For?

  1. If you want some insider info on what happens with donations to the “Democratic” Party, you can watch this alternative news clip:

    (Note: if the video linked above gets deleted, you may search the Internet for the title: “DNC Having Trouble Fundraising—Nomiki Explains”)

    Gist: it’s all about patronage.

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    1. The DNC could have admitted and denounced its wrongdoing and promised to clean up its act. Then we might have allowed them to either fool us one more time or play honest from now on. However, it chose to make it clear that it is holding fast to its corruption. Sorry, crook, no penny from me. Depend entirely on your corporate and billionaire donors. You have made your choice, DNC, and so have I.

      And here is a little extra, DNC: Guess what, but where do you think my votes will go from now on? The way my money doesn’t? Not very likely, is it? Except if someone is running inside your fold to primary one of your corrupt leaders, then maybe. I hope you will enjoy this, DNC.

      Dear “Democratic” Party, don’t act like the Republican Party and expect me to treat you any different. The there-is-nowhere-else-to-go myth doesn’t work on me.

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