April 21, 2016

Everyone lost The Battle of New York

After New York primary I'm glad I'm not an American. This is because:
  • I don't have to know, which party will be my choice more than six months before the election day.
  • I don't have to worry if my voting rights will be purged every time there is an election.
  • If I'm allowed to vote, I don't have to worry, if my vote is counted.
  • If my vote is counted, I don't have to decide, whether I want my country to be run by CEO or President.
  • I don't have worry that supporters of the CEO are not worried at all about the state of the democracy.
But I must worry how widespread phenomena voter suppression will be in the future. If "the greatest country in the world" continues the slide into an oligarchy, what will it mean for the future of Europe? And I must worry about the main stream media doing a very lazy job and not paying much attention to the poorly organized or rigged election process.

The good thing is that this is not happening behind closed doors anymore. The people now see that the cards are stacked against them. Now we have to organize and fight back.

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