Wroclaw / Poland 11/20/2022
Stalin is said to have said: It doesn’t matter who votes, it matters who counts the votes. This concise definition of elections dates back to the first half of the twentieth century, but the course of modern elections in many countries of the world is perfectly described in this sentence.
Who is a human? People are made up of choices and circumstances. No one has power over circumstances, but everyone has power to choose. Free quotation from the book “Adolf H. Two lives” Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt. That’s true, unless someone tells you you changed your mind and you believe it.
After the rigged elections in Brazil, there are ongoing protests by millions of citizens.
The renowned German independent platform Politik Spezial – Voice of Reason published a YouTube video on election rigging and protests in Brazil yesterday.
Film in German, you can turn on English subtitles.
Over 3 million Brazilians took to the streets on Republic Day, November 15, to protest for an election cancellation. Since the run-off election on October 30 in Brazil, millions of Brazilians have been protesting in the streets against alleged electoral fraud and against the new President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.
And in the USA, too, there were again allegations of fraud in the midterm elections. The mainstream press, which either does not report at all or only reports one-sidedly, plays a special role here again and again. And that also applies to the disaster in the last election in Berlin, which now has to be repeated.
Lula da Silva was sentenced by a court to 12 years in prison for corruption and money laundering in 2017, actually serving 580 days in prison. The only reason for his release was not a later acquittal, but procedural errors and possible bias of the judge. The trial was later supposed to resume, but it didn’t, and it also opened the way for Lula da Silva to run for president again this year. In fact, a second round of voting in Brazil would be possible if Lula da Silva wins the first with 50.9% and many Brazilians suspect voter fraud.
To win an election, all you have to do is announce your victory to the media, pay for a computerized vote-counting company, and mobilize 2,000 mulees to cast pre-canned votes from people who are dead, made up, or unaware that someone has already voted by mail for them tuned. That is why many voters, when trying to cast their ballot, find that they have already voted. A simple recipe that fully corresponds to Stalin’s prophecy.
Author of the article: Marek Wojcik