Friday, July 29, 2016


This week at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, it seemed the Democratic Party did everything possible to put on public display of just how UNdemocratic the party has become.

Sanders Delegates were in some cases denied admittance to events, or their admittance was delayed while HRC delegates were allowed admittance to reserve seats for other HRC supporters or seat fillers hired to look like HRC supporters. Videos of Sanders delegates being verbally abused by Clinton Delegates emerged, Bernie Delegates were targeted and removed for no reason from the convention, Bernie signs and banners were confiscated from supporters, lights were turned off over sections of the arena where delegates expressed anything deemed unacceptable by the party, and white noise machines were installed to silence the vocal protests of delegates.

One woman was caught on camera telling a Bernie delegate and his 17 year old daughter to “get the f*ck out.”

Witnessing the disgusting behavioral display of the Clinton delegates and despicable actions of the party leaders, I can’t help but notice that if you removed the signage, the scene is all but indistinguishable from a Trump rally, complete with heckling, harassment, even assault on protesters.

Tell me again how the democratic party is ‘better’ than the Republican party?

The DNC hired actors to fill the seats of protesting Bernie delegates and paid them to cheer, wear or present Hillary garb, and promote the desired appearance of party unity for the cameras. I wonder if they’ll pay them to vote too.

North Korea uses similar tactics when allowing visitors into the country. Carefully placing people to project the desired impression of their country while allowing visitors to take only strictly guided tours that limit visibility to anything undesirable.

This is not a democracy, this is some sick combination of an oligarchy and a dictatorship.

Even I didn’t expect such a blatant and obvious display of oppression at the Democratic National Convention.

All week long the Democratic Party took extreme measures to further oppress the people in order to make a false public display of party unity.

The party is more divided than ever.

It’s hard to tell where this race will end up or what the consequences will be, but one thing is clear; we are a long, long way from a unified party despite what the corporate media presented during the convention.

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