Politics is Fake and Staged

by | Jul 21, 2016 | Videos | 15 comments

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Only a psychopath could read someone else’s lies from their teleprompter with such feigned emotion. And only the flag-waving, dumbed down masses could believe them. Politicians are puppets, and your only questions should be: “Who is writing their speeches? And who is pulling their strings?” This is a public service announcement from The Corbett Report.

Obama plagiarizes Deval Patrick

Albanese plagiarizes Michael Douglas

Cameron plagiarizes Tony Blair

Ward plagiarizes Barack Obama

Biden plagiarizes Neil Kinnock

Clinton plagiarizes John Edwards

Melania Trump plagiarizes Michelle Obama


  1. unfortunately, those still caught up in the left/right, lib/con paradigm will only see the “sins” of the “other side”, ignoring and willing to excuse those who they think side with them, not realizing that the politician class only sides with themselves agains you (us).

    • I know what you’re saying about the left/right, lib/con paradigm, however that really only applies to domestic policies, like when they argue about the economy, jobs, terrorism and healthcare. They use these core issues as political footballs.

      When it comes to Foreign Policy, its also true that there has been a push for globalisation from both sides. however there is a hidden hand.

      To suggest the politician class only sides with themselves against us is erroneous.

      Dwight D Eisenhower really did warn us about the military industrial complex, JFK really got his brain blown out, Reagan really got shot, after 9/11 anthrax letters really were addressed to Democratic Senators, Tom Daschle of South Dakota and Patrick Leahy of Vermont.

      There really is a hidden hand at work, whenever politicians go against foreign policy that isn’t aligned with that of the hidden hand, and that hidden hand doesn’t want Hillary to become President, and it would appear that hidden hand is supporting Trump.

      Think about it, if there is no difference between Trump and Hillary, why then is Alex Jones, the guy which help people wake up to the left/right paradigm, supporting Trump?

  2. Haha this is Priceless, and this is also why William Cooper called us sheeple.

    Thanks James for reminding me to stay awake.

  3. The irony is that many problem voters will look down at and “pity” problem gamblers.

    The difference being that every once in a while a problem gambler will actually win and become rich – unlike the problem voter who will never win and will always remain poor!

  4. — Captain Clay Higgins —
    I don’t normally vote.

    But if I lived in southern Louisiana, I would vote for Captain Clay Higgins. He may not be perfect (which he admits), but he is REAL and he despises career politicians and the corporate-military industrial, big banks, wall street, big pharma complex.

    Captain Clay Higgins – Parish in southern Louisiana – Unprecedented success
    19 Felons turned themselves in peacefully due to his videos.

    Stelly’s Supermarket – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tz95O1OQCH0
    Young lady involved with drugs – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhbPXCdPRAw
    Racial is not an issue in going after violent offenders – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1lc7i7BaG8

    The Sheriff’s perspective on the qualities of man, both the victim and the perpetrator.

    “America United”

    Clay running for Congress

  5. Funny as hell on election day! Perfect re-post.

    As subsciber tgmolitor excellently sums it up in single statement above:

    One speech writer, one speech, one world.”

  6. “All the kings of the nations lie in glory;
    Cased in cedar and shut in a sacred gloom;
    Swathed in linen and precious unguents old,
    Painted with cinnabar and rich with gold.
    Silent they rest, in solemn salvatory,
    Sealed from the moth and the owl and the flittermouse-
    Each with his name on his brow.”
    Jean Ingflow 1888

  7. Has it really been two years since the last US selection?

    Wow how time flies when you are getting screwed over!

    • No kidding, Octium.

      Yesterday, Tuesday “Go Vote Day”, I told the guys at work that we would see more customers come by because they get off work to vote. Sure enough.

      Some folks were real wrapped up in the Vote Routine.
      The sense of urgency permeated the air as many people were fixated that they must vote for their candidate to hold off the bad things from the other candidate.

      I tried with a few folks to let them know that voting is a fluff show. But (sigh!), when that “urgency” sets in their mindset, it is all she wrote.

      • I went to the polling station yesterday for one reason: to vote FOR a proposition that would, if passed, give firefighters in my city a pay raise and pay scale equivalent to the city’s police and equivalent to the firefighters in other major Texas cities.

        As I approached the building on foot, two firefighters standing on the sidewalk were holding up placards. They made way for me to pass by and were surprised when I stopped in front of them and announced that the murder of the firefighters in NYC on 9/11 is what brought me to the polls. One of the fellows responded soberly, “And it wasn’t just on that day that firefighters were killed. All of the firefighters from our city who went to New York to do search and rescue are either dead from cancer or dying of cancer.”

        I said I hoped he and his colleagues question whether planes could REALLY have caused the Twin Towers to collapse. Well, whenever I’ve suggested as much to other firefighters who work down the street from my house, they’ve always recited the “company line.” So you can imagine it was music to my ears when this fellow replied: “Those towers were constructed to withstand the impact of a 737.” Clearly, he wasn’t buying the notion that hijackers ramming jets into the buildings had caused them to fall. I would’ve stayed a lot longer, but had to pick up a student at the school across the street.

        On our way home, we encountered the talkative guy standing alone with his placard. Emboldened, I posed the one question most on my mind: “Have you guys ever heard of Firefighters for 9/11 Truth or Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth?” He hadn’t but was clearly intrigued and promised to look up both groups on the web that evening.

        Gotta trust that he did and that he’s now running at breakneck speed down the rabbit hole–as fast as if he were racing to . . . a fire.

        P.S. The proposition passed!

        • – Bump –

          I love hearing this anecdote!
          Texas style!

        • Ditto to what HRS & manbearpig said! Such a contrast from the other conversation you shared not too long ago (that was you, wasn’t it? The old man who got hostile?). You just never know the response you’re going to get, and that you keep on keepin’ on is quite impressive to me.

  8. If I share this will I be no different? Ahhhh!

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