> One gets the sense we are closer to a dictatorship than most think.
> Twitter, Google, Facebook, and others now appear to be working in overdrive to block content, prevent free speech, report only what suits them, in an effort to sway voters and build momentum for a Biden win.
> Surely, anyone with a brain today can see governors and others at the municipal level are part of the effort to restrict movement, impose ridiculous rules that suffocate business, and instill fear.
> One imagines these people will be handsomely rewarded with bailouts at the state level. At the Federal level, one can project many of these governors will end up in Biden's cabinet, rewarded for their loyalty.
> There is nothing worse than using public office to commit crimes, outright fraud against the public, using taxpayer money to prevent people from living their lives, taking their property, allowing rioting and the destruction of property…all in the name of "public safety".
> I don't know how we ever recover from this. One thing is clear…you can't put the toothpaste back in the tube after what they have done this year.
> REPLY #1: Socrates warned that the 2020 election would be the most corrupt in history. I really do not think even I could have forecast to what extent these people have gone. We are definitely in a battle for our freedom. You have people who just hate Trump and will vote for Biden only for that reason. They have been manipulated by all the fakes news from RussiaGate to Impeachment and everything in between. Honestly, Trump has been amazing insofar as to have been attacked so intensely from every side and he is still standing. Bannon said if Trump loses, he will run again in 2024. I think they would kill him openly and fear nothing about prosecution anymore.
> COMMENT #2: Dear Martin,
> Bill Gates' CO2 and population obsession is bizarre. The first person link CO2 with population and claim that they were bad was Günther Schwab-the Nazi environmentalist.
> Bill wants people to stop eating meat and eat plant substitutes. Wasn't Hitler a vegetarian ? Klaus Schwab's insistence on "stakeholder capitalism" sounds similar to Hitler's pronouncements on how "industry, the nation, and community[ should work in harmony "in a spirit of sacrifice" (Mein Kampf). You add in the fetishes for medical experimentation, totalitarian surveillance, 'hygiene', 'living space'/social distancing, and a desire for "papers please !" social control, one is left to ask: are these people actual NAZIS in sheep's clothing?