Election 2012 vs. Election 2008: What has Changed? By Zahir Ebrahim

As gullible Americans once again eagerly go to the polls to do their godly duty to “democracy” every four years in the hope of bringing some change to their rapidly declining lot, and all sorts of erudite predictions are being prognosticated from exit polls to election fraud, a more fundamental aspect of these elections is being cleverly pushed under the rug across the board spanning the entire gamut of perception management, from mainstream press to the so called “alternate press”.
Rather than rehash it all over again, that the concept of election itself is the biggest American fraud ab initio, here is a retrospective in FLASHBACKS from Election 2008.
You be the judge!

[ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtGrp5MbzAI ]

Caption “Yes we can can, yes we can can, we are gonna change the world”

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Captiom Obama Wins! ... Ad Age's Marketer of the Year At ANA Gathering, Marketing Pros and Agency Bigs Tap Barack Over Apple, Zappos October 17, 2008
Advertising Age’s 2008 Marketer of the Year award to President Obama for his election campaign of the “Change” mantra, and the Nobel committee's awarding him the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize testify to the empiricism of this observation. The American nation easily bought that fiction of “Change”, which was once again underscored by President Obama bombing Libya on the same day in 2011 that his predecessor bombed Iraq in 2003!
How did the American public buy that fiction? Once again, please refer back to the very beginning of this report and to Edward Bernays: “We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of.”
Only a tiny handful in America did not buy that fiction. Among those handful who defied the wisdom of the entire American nation and their controlled dissent chiefs, see: Not-Voting is a 'YES' vote to Reject a Corrupt System which thrives on the facade of Elections and Democracy! And Mr. Obama – The Post Modern Coup.

Link fix November 11, 2016

Election 2012 vs. Election 2008: What has Changed? By Zahir Ebrahim