BFP Newsbud Roundtable debate: Do Elections Change Anything

The BFP/Newsbud roundtable takes on the 2016 election. Can elections ever change the system? Does voting the lesser evil result in less evil? If voting isn't the answer, what is? Join Sibel Edmonds, Peter B. Collins, Broc West and James Corbett for this heated discussion on strategy, tactics and ideals.

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  1. steven hobbs says:

    An intelligent wide ranging conversation on voting,”representative” government, and your current personal political philosophies. It’s refreshing to hear an informed unbridled & unabashed conversation on choices regarding relationship(s) to state, deep state machinations. It’s easy to just agree or disagree with various perspectives, but better as you did, to distinguish important differences. To quote: “Unity of purpose, multiplicity of tactics.”

  2. Gaston Peeters says:

    While all four make some excellent points I largely agree with Peter B Collins here. Although the system is impossibly corrupt, it’s unfortunately the one we’re stuck with. A vote for one as opposed to the other may only make a marginal difference, but better a marginal difference than no difference at all. Most politicians – probably ALL once you get up to a certain level, are bought and payed for by bankers, corporations, the military-Industrial complex and other special interest groups which interests the politicians thus will serve.

    Part of a solution could be if the people also would become a special interest group themselves. People could write down a political program which most reasonable people from both the left and the right and everything inbetween can agree on. Than they could do a kickstarter-like campaign and find a politician/suit that subscribes to those ideas. If elected the politician would get half of the money collected when he/she takes office. He/she would get the other half after his/her term is over if he/she did a good job.

    I think that would be a good idea, although I’m in no doubt that it will remain science fiction if I consider how hard it is to collect 150.000 dollars. Enter Sorros or Rockefeller with their millions and “the people” are done as a special interest group.

  3. Oh My… I Love This Girl…
    If I just could…
    I would, love to take…
    Her to Dinner..
    Thank You Peter B. Collins..
    For that link…
    Best Regards
    Across the Atlantic…( Denmark )..
    Jens and Bornholm
    Ps. So many Great Young People in America…Love It..
    Ps. ps. You have my Respect.

  4. Ups…Have I..
    Not been Clear.
    As a little Islander..From..
    Bornholm..That is in Denmark…
    We; are some 40.000. People..
    Living on Bornholm.
    We See World Powers…
    Come and Go…
    Whit This or That…War..?
    To Be Afraid Of..
    When Do They Stop…!
    Best Regards
    Jens and Bornholm.

  5. Ups..Pakistan..
    By some more aging F-16s.
    Ups..Say what India…
    By some new ones..F-35.
    Take it or leave it…
    That’s the Deal..
    We are Making.
    In My World, of the West.
    Sorry..India and Pakistan.
    Best Regards
    Jens and Bornholm.

  6. Reposting this to make sure someone sees it.

    I just got an email, which I HAVEN’T opened…

    “Fedex Express.
    Fedex Express No.2481

    An email containing confidential personal information was sent to you. Click here[http:/…”

    That is what appeared in my spam box. That is what shows before you click on it.
    Why would fedex send me “confidential personal information”? I have never recieved such an email from them before. And what is up with that link title and only having one “/”?

    Am I just paranoid or is this really like one of those emails Luke Rudkowski and Stuart Rhodes got that one time?

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