Preference Primaries – ITEL PT – 2.20.20
“Preference primaries”, the novel idea that all rights to government should innure to the wishes of elites who can “decide what is best for the people” with the people “informing elites of their wishes” and elites then deciding everything, to include who is to serve in government, was a new twist on the primary political season. I mean, we already have such a system, basically, anyways, but some liberal nutcase thought it a great idea to vocalize eliminating the voter class all together and simply handing government off to “elites”.
What could go wrong?
Well, we could just look at what Jews are doing on the political and social scene. What we are witnessing is a form of Jewish tyranny, where Jews decide, as some preferential elites, what is acceptable social discourse, what is acceptable in the political sphere, what is acceptable in the academic sphere, and more.
How often do we read in British papers that person X, Y, or Z has been “suspended” or “resigned” for having an opinion or ideology that Jews disagree with? What Jews are telling the British in these cases is that nothing is permitted in the political sphere that is not accepted first and foremost by Jews.
How about social discourse? How many people have we witnessed over time scurrying for cover after an “ill worded thought”, only to find them grovelling back at the feet of Jews with apologies in hand waiting for Jews to bless them and let them carry on?
And how many businesses and reputations have been ruined by Jews because Jews disagreed with their political positions on any number of given subjects?
What is clear is that we are now entering a Jewish century where totalitarianism is the norm and freedom of thought and speech is ground asunder by the crushing weight of Talmudic tyranny.
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