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Larken Rose on the Immorality of Voting


Your vote is statistically meaningless and will not sway the (s)election. Your vote is strategically meaningless and decides nothing about the future of the country. Your vote is useless, as the (s)election is rigged anyway. But as Larken Rose of reminds us, what really matters is that voting is immoral, legitimizing a system of authoritarian control and empowering the oligarchs who created the system and control its results.

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Comment by PureTrust
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Voting is the right thing to do. Why? Because when you vote, you don't really vote. What? Then who or what votes when I vote? Government is made up of fictional characters. There are no real, live people in Government. There are only positions that people activate during their 8 hours a day that they work. In the same way, it is a fictional "person" who votes when you vote. It is a name on the records that is the thing that people see when they see your vote. They don't see you, the [wo]man. You are acting. Jury nullification cancels all, and could cancel the whole Government under the right circumstances. Government is all a game.