Brexit – ‘If voting made any difference they wouldn’t let us do it’

By Cultocracy

The quote in the title of this article is by Mark Twain (1835-1910) , better known for his novels which include ‘The adventures of Tom Sawyer’ & ‘Adventures of Huckleberry Fin’ , the quote is as relevant today as it was over a century ago .

Despite the usual patronising rhetoric & scaremongering from both camps during the run-up to the June 23rd vote , the polls have shown a swing towards Brexit in recent months . After the suspicious murder of Jo Cox , a remain supporter , the polls have apparently shown a closing of the gap & the mainstream media is now predictably reporting that the remain camp is edging ahead as the latest poll of polls suggests .

(Poll of Polls – it should be assumed that statistically 100% of statistics are wrong 100% of the time)

In , out or swing it all about

The polls have shown the usual minute swings from leave to remain over the previous months by a few small percentage points , this is normal for most rigged elections in Western ‘democracies’ . So where will the vote go , remain or leave ?

As usual you have to follow the money , or in this case a reliable indication of where the money is actually going .

brexit-odds

The UK public never have a true voice in a Cultocracy run by the money power .

I will leave you with another quote , from Charles Bukowski , the American poet & novelist . ‘The difference between a democracy and a dictatorship is that in a democracy you vote first and take orders later; in a dictatorship you don’t have to waste your time voting.’ .

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