Exodus: Inner-City Blacks Abandoning Democratic Party

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PostWed Oct 30, 2013 7:17 pm » by 99socks


Ok, so this appears to only be in Chicago... But at least people are waking up and realizing that political parties are not our friends, and they deserve no loyalty.



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PostWed Oct 30, 2013 8:00 pm » by Harbin


The question that reasonable people often raise is how and why stupid people can reach positions of power and consequence.

Class and caste were the social arrangements which favoured the steady supply of stupid people to positions of power in most societies of the pre-industrial world. Religion was another contributing factor. In the modern industrial world class and caste are banished both as words and as concepts and religion is fading away. But in lieu of class and caste we have political parties and bureaucracy and in lieu of religion we have democracy. Within a democratic system, general elections are a most effective instrument to insure the steady maintenance of fraction σ among the powerful. One has to keep in mind that according to the Second Basic Law [explained in the book], the fraction σ of the voting population are stupid people [and by the first law, that population is larger than estimated] and elections offer to all of them at once a magnificent opportunity to harm everybody else without gaining anything from their action. They do so by contributing to the maintenance of the σ level among those in power.

http://www.sott.net/article/268148-The-Basic-Laws-of-Human-Stupidity


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PostWed Oct 30, 2013 9:02 pm » by Phoenix rising


Harbin wrote:
The question that reasonable people often raise is how and why stupid people can reach positions of power and consequence.

Class and caste were the social arrangements which favoured the steady supply of stupid people to positions of power in most societies of the pre-industrial world. Religion was another contributing factor. In the modern industrial world class and caste are banished both as words and as concepts and religion is fading away. But in lieu of class and caste we have political parties and bureaucracy and in lieu of religion we have democracy. Within a democratic system, general elections are a most effective instrument to insure the steady maintenance of fraction σ among the powerful. One has to keep in mind that according to the Second Basic Law [explained in the book], the fraction σ of the voting population are stupid people [and by the first law, that population is larger than estimated] and elections offer to all of them at once a magnificent opportunity to harm everybody else without gaining anything from their action. They do so by contributing to the maintenance of the σ level among those in power.

http://www.sott.net/article/268148-The-Basic-Laws-of-Human-Stupidity


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:lol: :lol: He hits home on a lot of points although i don't necessarily agree people are to dumb to vote, many people just feel what is offered is no better than what they currently have, 'different faces same voice' :flop:
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