Gary Johnson of Jill Stein for President

Gary Johnson of Jill Stein for President
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Part I - Gary Johnson.

 

Everybody can vote for Gary Johnson, he will be on everybody's ballot in every state.  Never in our history have we had two candidates hated more than the two we have now.  So why won't we vote for Gary Johnson?  I will tell you why, in a very subtle way mainstream media tells us not to, and we listen. We think we make up our own minds and we fail to realize that our minds are being made up for us, by a very crafty marketing system that makes us believe that this is the way it is and the way it should always be.  We do not venture off very far.  A few will break away, that's okay, they'll just be labeled nut cases and no one will pay them no mind.  There is nothing there for us to see streams mainstream media to our little pea brains. We just march right along and help them put the candidate they want in office. 

 

Sports, if you're not into sports, like myself, you are a monitory.  Sports is big business. Sports serve two purposes, 1) it distracts us from the real issues of our world.  Time that could be used to research real issues that involve our present and future life is instead spent on supporting the home or winning team.  All entertainment does this.  Cop and investigator shows encourage us to believe in the system.  2) There are winners and looser and we are encouraged to always be on the winning side.  It's always black and white and few will support the loosing team.  Politics is not sports, but do you think anyone really votes their conscience as we are encouraged to, or instead, do we vote for the winning team.  We root for our side and defend any fouls, whether Democrat or Republican.  

 

A handful of people own all major media outlets and they are creeping into controlling interests in popular social media, Facebook, Youtube and google+. When many more radio stations were made available, a local group tried to purchase their own radio station and some unknown rich person bought up all the stations and they were locked out.  

 

All major mainstream outlets can be traced back to wall street bankers, military industrial war complex and other large corporations.  Marketing executives are paid lots of money to sway public opinion.  I challenge you to do a search on how marketing works on youtube or google.  You will find interesting experiments that showed that people had their own mind made up for them while it appeared that these decisions where their own.  You need to really pay attention and keep your eyes open to everything you see and hear.  You are rarely given all the facts about anything and points they want you to key into, leading you into their chosen path are repeated over and over again until finally you get it like they want you to. 

 

What do we really know about the candidates, if you watch TV, read popular magazines, newspapers, read popular news sites online, you know very little.  We squabble over things like abortion while no U.S. president has ever legalized or cause abortion to be illegal.  Also gay marriage, women's rights and LGBT acceptance. This is not the office of the president.  The president is the Commander and Chief of our military.  As such, it is this that I base my decisions on. We have 662 overseas bases in 38 foreign countries, why?  This is costing us a lot of money, but we keep hearing that we can't afford social security and people on food stamps are pushing up the federal deficit. Social medicine like in other countries would be just un-affordable.  Military spending is very profitable for a handful of people, the same people who have an influence in our structured mainstream media.  Both Hillary Clinton and Trump are projected to increase military spending.  It doesn't matter to them which becomes president.  They are projecting that one of them will be president so that we will vote for one of them, because most of us will not vote for someone we are told will not win, even if they might save this country by cutting all this unnecessary military spending. If we continue to build our weaponry and continue to build foreign bases we increase the hazard of a mistake, having weaponry in our arsenal that could do some real major damage to our world.  Now we have even become a supplier to other countries and recently, terrorists.  War and Arial bombing are a convenient way to replenish that weaponry ensuring a rising market.  Any candidate who threatens to overturn this apple cart will be projected as a looser and receive very little media attention. The American people who are taught to vote only for the winner and the winning team will follow the narrative perfectly. So this handful of people get richer, our country goes deeper in debt and our social net gets smaller and smaller. Our homeless population grows.  

 

The following are excerpts from https://www.johnsonweld.com/issues

 

https://youtu.be/hcXtpWDUOAQ

 

"Looking back over the past couple of decades, it is difficult to see how the wars we have waged, the interventions we have conducted, the lives sacrificed and the trillions spent on the other side of the globe have made us safer. The chaotic, reactive military and foreign policies of the past two Presidents have, if anything, created an environment that has allowed these threats to flourish.

Many military and political analysts conclude the rise of ISIS can be traced back to the instability to which our actions contributed. While our leaders have thrust our military and our resources into regime changes, failed nation-building and interventions that have strained valuable strategic relationships, the murderers of ISIS, Al Qaeda and other violent extremists have found new homes, established a state to implement their warped dreams and secured the resources to become very real threats to the stability and security of the Middle East.

As President, Gary Johnson will move quickly and decisively to refocus U.S. efforts and resources to attack the real threats we face in a strategic, thoughtful way. The U.S. must get serious about cutting off the millions of dollars that are flowing into the violent extremists’ coffers every day. Relationships with strategic allies must be repaired and reinforced. And the simplistic options of “more boots on the ground” and dropping more bombs must be replaced with strategies that will isolate and ultimately neuter those violent extremist groups."

 

As of right now I am supporting Gary Johnson because he will be on the ballot in all 50 states and I can vote for him and will. 

 

It seems that since they stole the election from Al Gore, election fraud seems to be the theme of the day.  They even stooped down to stealing the nomination from Bernie.  But I bet you if we all voted for Gary Johnson, they didn't expect that and won't have the software algorithms in place to thwart this.  So lets just do this and make this our country again. 

 

 

I prefer Jill Stein over Gary Johnson, I will not be able to vote for her and the same is so in other states.  However it was believed that if Bernie Sanders took up her offer, it wouldn't matter, there would be enough Bernie Sanders supporters to win the presidential election, mostly because only forty to sixty percent of Americans bother to vote.  If this did happen, I would not have voted for president in my state, giving more power to those who could vote for Jill Stein.  But that does not look like it will happen.  I possibly may not write a part II.

Comments

Stone-Eater Friedli Added Jul 30, 2016 - 10:06am
Shep
 
I don't know about those two (although I know of Jill Stein), but I guess what you propose could very well be a good choice given then they live up to their ideals.....as long as they're not taken in or expelled by the machine.
 
Which will happen to EVERYONE who'll be elected. The system is fucked up, in its roots, as we see from here.
 
It's a big game to the ones who are in power, to us it's not, but they don't give a fuck anyway. Need soldiers ? Ok, here you go: Take all the blacks and white trash who don't have work, they will gladly join the army for a couple of steady bucks a month and will, due to that, even hail their corrupt leaders.
 
That tendency sweeps over to Europe one day not too far. Economic downturns make people a lot more afraid, controllable and prone for any political agendas they don't even notice.
George N Romey Added Jul 30, 2016 - 10:16am
Here is what I've been thinking. Donald Trump gets elected and from day one begins to pass executive order after executive order along with sending us to war.  Maybe, just maybe, the collective elites will awaken from their Goldman Sachs drunken stupor to save this country from its current path to demise.  Seems as though the corporate, financial and political elite need to be woken to the fact that America is in very, very serious trouble.  Does Donald Trump by his own buffoonery finally get others to get off their lazy asses?
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Jul 30, 2016 - 10:18am
SEF - that's where terrorists come from.  It's really strange that terrorists actually get an income while Kurdish, Iraq and Afghanistan soldiers are working for nothing to little of anything.  The news doesn't even cover this. They talk about how the terrorists can create income.  Don't the Kurd's, Iraqis and Afghanistan also have income.  No wait, they have debt owed to the Rothschild banking system.  Who funnel money to the terrorists so that we can have skirmishes which create the need for weapons systems with a huge overhead cost that creates more debt increasing interest earnings and they all live happily ever after on a pile of money. 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Jul 30, 2016 - 10:29am
Shep
 
 It's really strange that terrorists actually get an income
 
Not strange. IS is a group which was composed to serve geostrategic interests, not religious purposes. The LEADERS of these groups, be it IS, Boko Haram, As-Shahab, Qaeda and whatever know that. They use their illiterate, poor, or simply delusional environment to group them together to fight for a false identity feeling - to be disposed some time in case they don't die in war or blow themselves up somewhere in the world.
 
They are paid by SA and the Emirates, which are allies of the US in the region (oil). That's where they get paid from.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Jul 30, 2016 - 10:33am
 "The most important source of ISIS financing to date has been support coming out of the Gulf states, primarily Saudi Arabia but also Qatar, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates,"
 
http://www.dw.com/en/who-finances-isis/a-17720149
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Jul 30, 2016 - 11:02am
Jeanne
 
 I admire his energy to align us with Putin but that is dangerous only because he already has an ally and is more unpredictible than Trump.
 
You refer to whom ? Putin is way more predictable than any other prez I've seen in the last decades. He explains what he thinks right out with no restrictions (he can allow himself because he's got no debts with any cartels to pay back), and his politics are REACTIONS to what WE (US/EU) do, no ACTIONS on which we react.
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Jul 30, 2016 - 11:25am
George - I'm not sure if Trump will get us into war, at least I don't think that is his intention.  But he will do whatever he has to do to be the most powerful person on earth.  It's all about him.  If anybody thinks he's doing this for America, they're dreaming.  Someone needs to slap them so that they might wake up. 
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Jul 30, 2016 - 11:36am
SEF, I know that most of their financing comes from wealthy donors of Sunni Oil nations who believe in an Islam caliphate.  Even though such things were against the teachings of the Prophet who decided not to govern over armies but let the armies govern themselves.  A caliphate was their desire.  This donor operation is oversean by the Rothschild bank system and could be cut off in an instant and end most of this terrorism crap, but then we would not need a military, weapons, bomb raids, etc.  It's really all pretty ugly. 
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Jul 30, 2016 - 2:08pm
Marilyn - I was not aware of the British involvement.  But I do know that an office was set up in the U.S. by the CIA that funnels money to terrorists groups in Asia - I don't know if any of that goes to ISIS, but I wouldn't doubt it.  
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Jul 30, 2016 - 2:37pm
TO ALL:  I made a typo in my title.  It should read "Gary Johnson or Jill Stein for President"
I was very careful, I proof read this like 4 times very carefully, and ya, there is a couple small mistakes - but I didn't proof the title qe[fopjvapfj.  I need a secretary.  I appreciate nobody pointing it out to me, that's very graceful of you.  
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Jul 30, 2016 - 3:59pm
Marilyn
 
Saudi arabia and Qatar supplied the Syrian rebels with military equipment, but Kuwait made the U.N sponsored Champaign which Britain not only took part in but donated 100 million pounds
 
OK. Allies of the US, I don't know about Kuwait where it stands but I doubt that they're not on the Western side, oil is business. So that point is done.
 
You're the insider on that since you're married with a Kuwaiti, so I of course respect that, the same as I'm an insider concerning Sub-Saharan Africa affairs .... somewhat.
 
I know about European Djihadis, we got them here. These are disillusioned people with mental problems. Before they didn't have orientation (easy to NOT have that in our superficial lifestyle, by the way), and they asked for directions in life. Well, they chose that.
 
You never dig deeper - you stay on the surface.  Pathetic.
 
Well, if you think so, that's ok.
 
Ryan Messano Added Jul 30, 2016 - 4:48pm
Didn't realize this, this is interesting.  I actually agree with Mrs. Merry Loyal Freedom Fighter.
 
 
Francois Z Added Jul 30, 2016 - 5:46pm
Daech militants can be compared to mercenaries. Their loyalty can be bought and their ideals instilled with few clicks of a mouse.
How many foreign militants who joined al-Dawla al-Islamiya al-Iraq al-Sham even took the time to study the Quran before they went over there? When times get tougher for them, their new found religion will sound hallow.
I think that money is their weakness as lack of funding will impair their logistics in terms of supplies, safe heaven, and recruiting finance. The strength of the group is its sheer number. Once the core number greatly diminishes and their territory is denied, we may still have a few lone wolfs or single groups, but nothing of the scale we have now.
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Jul 30, 2016 - 6:05pm
Frank - They don't actually have that many numbers.  I think 15,000 right now.  That's not a very big army.  But they are big in cruelty. You're right, but for a few scriptures, none of them really know what's in the Koran.  If we ended the funding it would end.  It was really strange how for months we bombed and we couldn't kill them and then Russia comes in and knocks half of them out in no time.  Its a scam just so we can have more war and spend more on war so a hand full of rich people can become further enriched.  It angers me.  If we really want to end them, we would end the funding and support Assad, we would have most of them rounded up in prison in no time. 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Jul 30, 2016 - 6:06pm
Frank
 
Their loyalty can be bought and their ideals instilled with few clicks of a mouse.
 
Up to the point.
Cliff M. Added Jul 30, 2016 - 8:49pm
Gary Johnson has climbed the tallest peaks on all seven continents.He was an effective governor of New Mexico where he balanced the budgets.He seems about as mainstream as many Americans today.
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Jul 31, 2016 - 10:31am
Michael - Wikipedia is not a trust worthy site as it once was when it first began for reasons I won't discuss hear.
 
I have researched the Rothschild family somewhat.  Rothschild comes from Germany, I can't recall his original name.  He is a Khazarian Jew who is not a Jew by blood line.  The Rothschild dynasty financed Israel.  If criticizing Israel and the Rothschild's banking system is anti-Semitic then put me on top of the list.  But the big lie is, Khazarian Jews aren't even Semitic. 
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Jul 31, 2016 - 10:53am
Thanks Cliff.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Jul 31, 2016 - 11:28am
Michael
 
A lot of conspiracy theories are proved as truth after some time. And I'm not talking of flat earth. We had that before. But in difficult times people tend to go back to easy answers they can understand no matter how weired they are.
 
That's what makes "conspiracies" so valuable. Because there's also truth in them. It's only not as easily visible.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Jul 31, 2016 - 12:37pm
Jeanne
 
if truth be told would be harmful to the citizens of the US
 
Which truth ? Sorry, can't follow. We people from Berne are a bit slow ;-)
George N Romey Added Jul 31, 2016 - 8:45pm
I listened to a podcast today of Jill Stein and man that woman knows her stuff and she is no pushover.   Why we have HRC as a candidate versus Stein just blows my mind.  Of course, in politics when did brains mean success.
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Jul 31, 2016 - 11:37pm
Michael - the point about the Khazar Jew is that the zionist are made up of the Khazar Jew.  The Zionist believe that they are the rightful owners of Israel, that God gave them this land.  If you believe this scripture is true, that God gave this land to somebody, it was another set of Semitic Jews not the Khazar. The Khazar Jews are not the direct decedents of Abraham as they claim. 
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Jul 31, 2016 - 11:38pm
George - I like Jill Stein, but again, I can't vote for her. Many states won't be able to vote for her, and if I thought she had a chance, I would not vote at all to give those who can vote more power. 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 1, 2016 - 7:37am
Jeanne
 
The problem is the virtual economy of Wall Street. There's no cover at all for that airbag, and that's the reason why the US needs a war against Russia in hope to get to their resources. They tried it with Jelzin, it failed, and Putin is clever enough to realize that (see BRICS and AIIB on that).
Billy Roper Added Aug 1, 2016 - 11:37am
With his recent statements about religious liberty, Johnson and Stein both are more likely to pull votes away from Hillary, rather than Trump.
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Aug 1, 2016 - 12:26pm
Gary is suspected to be endorsed by some high profile republicans who are disgusted Trump which should move him up, so he'll take votes away from Trump.
 
Jill however is taking many of Bernie's votes which takes votes away from Hillary.  
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 1, 2016 - 12:31pm
Do you guys want to tell me that the game is not over yet ? I mean, you got two official candidates up for election, how could anyone else now come and drop in ?
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Aug 1, 2016 - 12:48pm
SEF - Ross Perot almost became president.  Gary Johnson is the talk on the street, you never know, we could actually have coup of the established political system. 
Ari Silverstein Added Aug 1, 2016 - 12:52pm
Don’t you really mean, if you want to throw away your vote and give the responsibility of choosing the next president to your neighbor, vote for Johnson or Stein? 
 
Or perhaps you’re a Democrat and know full well that Johnson’s popularity among Republicans dwarfs Steins popularity amongst Democrats.  So a vote for Johnson is far more damaging to Trump’s chances of beating Hillary.
 
I’m guessing you’re rather smart, meaning Hillary is where your heart is, hence the writing of this article. 
Shane Dean Added Aug 1, 2016 - 1:57pm
Funny how people talk about Trump getting us into war and risking American lives but no one wants to discuss Hillary pushing for an invasion of Libya and the disastrous aftermath of that.  They both stink.  Gary Johnson 2016
Francois Z Added Aug 1, 2016 - 3:54pm
Shane, Hillary never pushed for an "invasion" of Libya, even less so an occupation. She merely wanted to intervene, based on the same criteria used by Cheney to get us into a war in Iraq. In defense of her decision, she said:  "We had a murderous dictator, Gadhafi, who had American blood on his hands ... threatening to massacre large numbers of the Libyan people. He is a sponsor of terrorism. We had our closest allies in Europe burning up the phone lines begging us to help them try to prevent what they saw as a mass genocide, in their words. And we had the Arabs standing by our side saying, "We want you to help us deal with Gadhafi."
Does that sound at all similar to "Saddam Hussein is a dictator who did not hesitate gassing his own people, eliminate dissenters, sponsor terrorism and threaten the world. We know that he will use WMD on Americans if given the opportunity" ?
Trump will fail our allies by not supporting them, instead sends murky signals to Putin by making irresponsible comments about Crimea and in essence signaling that the US will not intervene. 
http://www.politico.eu/article/donald-trump-to-look-at-recognizing-crimea-as-russian-territory-lifting-sanctions-putin/
Hypocritical to say the least when Trump was one of the most cynical critic of Obama's "leading from behind" philosophy.  
Bill Kamps Added Aug 1, 2016 - 3:57pm
Ari, to be fair, probably depends a lot on which state you are in.  There are not that many swing states.  In many other states, a vote for a 3rd party, will give future 3rd party candidates a reason to run.  Even saying you support a 3rd party candidate in a poll, might get them into a debate, and that costs no traditional candidate a vote. 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 1, 2016 - 4:30pm
Shep
Shane
 
So Gary Johnson has to replace Bernie ? How ?
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Aug 2, 2016 - 12:43am
Ari - you vote your conscience and I'll vote mine.  Who ever becomes president, I voted for the person I think is the most qualified, not for the one I think will win. 
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Aug 2, 2016 - 12:51am
Shane - there's a few people talking about Hillary, you have to go to the alternative news sites.  Mainstream media doesn't cover anything about any candidate. They just flap their mouth about useless stuff and people listen, its just, I don't know - maybe its the fluoride in the water. 
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Aug 2, 2016 - 1:36am
Frank - That's the problem with today's mainstream news, they just report what ever a politician says and call it news.  It used to be that reporters questioned politicians and never took them at their word.  You are defending Hillary because Hillary said something.  What did she do? what were the results?  That's how you judge a politician.  Lots of innocent people died, bad decision, why should she be president?
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Aug 2, 2016 - 1:41am
SEF - I'm not exactly sure what you are asking.  I think the point is, we don't want Hillary or Trump to be president, thus, Gary Johnson or Jill Stein.  Because every state can vote for Gary Johnson, he has a chance. Several states will not be able to vote for Jill Stein, not even write in.  The state I'm in will not allow write in's and Jill Stein will not be on that ballot. 
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Aug 2, 2016 - 2:17am
Check this out, just got it in my email, Fox 43 from Pennsylvania https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1668196920168174&set=a.1438800923107776.1073741834.100009336474910&type=3&theater
 
Check this out - Jill 44 percent in Pennsylvania, beating out Trump and Clinton.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 2, 2016 - 7:09am
Shep
 
So that means all those primaries and caucasus or what you call it is just show ? Doesn't count anymore now ? I wonder. Bigger deal to get a candidate than to ELECT the prez ? Pardon my ignorance ;-)
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 2, 2016 - 7:11am
BTW:
 
Several states will not be able to vote for Jill Stein, not even write in.
 
Why ?
 
Cliff M. Added Aug 2, 2016 - 7:56am
Each state has their own rules. In the primaries in some states you must be a registered party member to vote.In New jersey where I live this is why the Sanders turnout was weak.Independents couldn't vote for him.
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Aug 2, 2016 - 8:07am
In California Independents were given provisional ballots and shouldn't have.  Provisional ballots weren't counted, many of them shredded.  Just a shame.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 2, 2016 - 8:13am
Might be better to introduce a nationwide system since it's one country.....;-)
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Aug 2, 2016 - 8:14am
....means everybody can vote for anyone he likes. Being a member of a party or not. Here in Switzerland we have one rule: Gotta be 18 to vote. The rest is up to you.
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Aug 2, 2016 - 9:47am
A crooked system has these rules in place so that the elite only have to control two parties.  
Autumn Cote Added Aug 2, 2016 - 11:01am
Shepard,
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Cliff M. Added Aug 3, 2016 - 8:19pm
Gary Johnson tonight at 9 on CNN
Minister Peaceful Poet Added Aug 6, 2016 - 10:04pm
Richard - I can't vote for Jill because she won't be on our ballot, but I sure was impressed when she was on Fox news.  As I plan, but things might change.  If Jill looks like she has a chance, than I won't vote for president and those who can will have more power.  Otherwise, I will vote for Gary. 

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