DONT VOTE: Stop Playing the Game – It’s Fixed!

DONT VOTE: Stop Playing the Game Canada – It’s Fixed!

This new website is designed to serve as a rallying point for those of us who are fed up with the lying hypocrites of every political persuasion and have resolved to deny them what they absolutely must have to survive – our votes.

DONT VOTE! It’s your duty as an honest, hard-working Canadian to stop supporting these scoundrels any longer.

DONT VOTE! Not because you don’t care, but because you care too much to waste your vote on thieves, bullies, and liars.

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2 thoughts on “DONT VOTE: Stop Playing the Game – It’s Fixed!

  1. That’s why I never voted in my life, until last year . I decided that I am going to vote every election for the rest of my life . It took me almost 20 years to vote . Now your telling me I shouldn’t ? . That’s interesting because you probably started out voting . Now your changing, I’m assuming that I’m changing to voting right around the same time your deciding not to ….. I’m more than half your age and I feel voting is part of my progression and contribution .

  2. Yup, I have always been very politically active – voted in every election. Not only voted but as a teenager went door to door canvassing. That’s handing out literature and asking voters what they thought of my candidate and recording their response so on election day workers (including me) could contact the ones who favoured our candidate and offer a drive to the polling station. Later I organized those canvassing campaigns. Later I ran for office myself, presided over constituency associations, sat on the national board of directors of one federal political party and on the national policy development committee of another. So yes, I was very heavily involved in politics – not just voting.

    And what I learned was the truth of the old adage that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. I also learned why. That political power, power over others, is addictive and politicians will always sacrifice their principles for power. Those who refuse, never rise to power because the system only rewards those who do. I’ve witnessed first hand how men and women of apparent sterling character succumb to the lure of power and abandon long-held principles. I’ve wasted a good portion of my life fighting for those principles only to discover that I was fighting the wrong enemy. The other guy, the other politician, isn’t the real enemy. The enemy is the system – the enemy is the state.

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