POLITICIANS STEAL YOUR MONEY, BUY VOTES, AND PUT THE REST IN THEIR OWN POCKETS
Politics refers to a set of activities associated with the making of laws for the governance of a country, or an area. It involves making decisions that will apply to all members of a group. It refers to achieving and exercising positions of governance—organized control over a human community. In modern nation-states, people have formed political parties to represent their ideas. They agree to take the same position on many issues and agree to support the same changes to law and the same leaders.
What does it really mean for one person to represent another? Under normal circumstances those who represent us do so at our bidding and cease to do so at our bidding. They act on our instructions within the boundaries of a certain limit and we are responsible for what they do as our agents.
The central characteristic of representation by agency is that the agent is responsible to his principal and is bound to act in the principal’s interest. Is this the situation with our so-called political representatives?
Political representatives are not (usually) legally answerable to those whom they allegedly represent. In fact, in modern democratic states, the majority of a representative’s constituents are unknown to him.
It seems unlikely a political representative can be the agent of a multitude.
What if there are multiple people and they have interests that diverge from each other? A political representative must then of necessity cease to represent one or more of the people. The best that can be done in these circumstances is for the politician to serve the many and betray the few.
In this political scenario, it is not that it is difficult to represent the constituency, rather it is entirely impossible to do so.
There is no interest common to the constituency as a whole, or, if there is, it is so rare as to be practically non-existent. That being the case, there is nothing that can be represented.
Political representation is primarily a public, institutionalized arrangement involving many people and groups, and operating in the complex ways of large-scale social arrangements. What makes it representation is not any single action by any one participant, but the over-all structure and functioning of the system, the patterns emerging from the multiple activities of many people. It is representation if the people (or a constituency) are present in governmental action, even though they do not literally act for themselves.
Instead of individuals representing us, we have an entire party system that represents us. We are to forget that we have been unable to make any sense of individual political representation; we can kick the problem upstairs by ignoring the individual and having the system itself be representative, albeit in a somewhat mysterious and yet-to-be explained way.
The political representative is neither agent nor trustee nor deputy nor commissioner; he acts for a group of people without a single interest, most of whom seem incapable of forming an explicit will on political questions’
The truth is, for years the human population, especially in the west, has been, deliberately manipulated. Our thoughts, ideas and perceptions with regards to certain areas, like geopolitics, is literally programmed into us. Many of us for a very long time never really thought for ourselves, we’ve kind of been in zombie mode.
For the past few years though, this has clearly changed, because of the internet and more and more people have been questioning what is really going on behind the scenes. This is a result of websites like this one and the massive amounts of information that leaked out from various independent media outlets.
There has been a deliberate manipulation of the opinions of the masses, and that those who manipulate this “unseen mechanism, constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power” of global geopolitics. Our minds are “molded, our tastes formed” and our ideas are “suggested, largely by men we have never heard of.” The people of Google, Facebook, Amazon, Twitter and others openly admit that they censor the content on their websites to align with their corporate philosophy. That this is criminal vote fixing and election meddling bothers them not at all.