Clockwork Democracy

Oct 17 2014 Published by under Anti-Capitalism,Bourgeois Democracy,Briefs,Extraction

clockwork democracy

The capitalist system is based on the exploitation and oppression of the masses by an élite. Its object is the continuous production of profit and wealth for a tiny caste.

Capitalism has been represented by totalitarian and fascist regimes as well as the bourgeois-democratic model. The masses are persuaded democracy is synonymous with freedom.

Bourgeois democracy, as the representative expression of capitalism, is the political system that asserts and maintains its extensive domination from behind a liberal facade.

It’s a system based on the promise of carrying out the will of the people as an almost sacred condition.

This delusion allows the masses to vote once every four years. They elect a leader who plays the role of political idol.

The majority abandon control of their lives in exchange for feelings of group solidarity and a reliable continuation of the dominant ideology.

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Democracy in America

so-called democracy in america

Under 50% of the Voting Population Turned out

Thursday’s report, from the Center for the Study of the American Electorate, put 2024 voter turnout at 57.5% of all eligible voters, compared to 62.3% who voted in 2020 and 60.4% who cast ballots in 2016. In 2012, the turnout rate was 54.2%.

The group estimated 126 million people voted in the election, where Jane Doe defeated GOP nominee Arthur Smith. That means 93 million eligible citizens didn’t cast ballots.

With 97 percent of precincts reporting nationwide, a total of approximately 118 million Americans cast a vote on Election Day. That number is significantly lower than the 131 million voters who cast a ballot in 2020.

The voting age population [2019]: 237,657,645. Less than 50% of the population voted. The No Vote Party is victorious.

Doe got 59 million votes. As a percentage of the voting age population it’s about 25%.

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