The Deceived Majority (Part 1)

         On January 7 of this year, I posted an article entitled, You’re Being Scammed. I highly recommend you check it out, both for content and the clear prediction made three and a half months ago. You can read it here.

         I also wrote a three part series called, Duping the Majority: A Foolproof Method of Success. These were posted on January 26, 27, and 29: Part 1. Part 2. Part 3.

         The following are related articles:

         Fight the Good Fight of Faith

         When You Gonna Wake Up?

         WE’RE WINNING (Quit Listening to Liars)

         The point of these articles in part was to prove that the majority of people are somewhat lazy and willingly uninformed. In the case of what has happened to America, it’s because the majority of American voters are often lazy and stupid. At least, this is exactly what political pundit and former Clinton campaign manager James Carville once stated about Democrats. You can find his long quote regarding this in the fourth of the seven preceding articles.

         It always amazes me how shallow, forgetful, and deceived people are when selecting their President. We go through this every four years. And every four years, the campaign managers and major financial backers almost always succeed in duping the electorate.

         It’s pretty much the same every election. The big boys plan it all years in advance, groom their candidate boys for a decade or two, and then spring ‘em on us like a fresh new wind, all tidy and clean with bright shining smiles and full of inspiring rhetoric.

         And almost every single one of them is lying through his teeth.

         Nixon was a case in point. He was one of the greatest politicians that ever lived, and craftily played both sides of the street with ease. He would think one thing and say another in such a way that America was pretty much fooled every time, going way back to his Vice President days with Eisenhower. He was generally conservative in his early political career in the late 1940’s and early 50’s, but became the left’s point man within the Eisenhower Administration. He acted the anti-Communist but was actually double dealing. The history is there if you want to research it.

         Then the country unbelievably elected him President twice, the second time by trouncing the Democrat McGovern in 1972. What the majority has never figured out was that Nixon was a liberal wearing conservative clothing. His rhetoric and his record were two different things. (Sound familiar?) The majority of voters, however, never bother trying to match the two, being interested only in speechifying and promises.

         Thus, presidential elections rarely matter. The majority never pays attention to a politician’s real record. The majority is only concerned with the shallowest of surface perspectives. Continually electing the people we keep electing borders on insanity. But it never stops.

         There have always been chosen ones. But on the other hand, the big boys have controlled both parties and both major party candidates for the better part of the last 100 years. If one does not believe this, then one simply does not have the knowledge. What one probably has instead is the residue of lies and deceit stuck fast in one’s brain, and the propaganda masters smile and grin and laugh and even cackle at how easy it is to fool the public.

         And it is. It is very easy. All one has to do to be successful is deceive the majority.

         Parts 2 and 3 will delve further into this topic and also bring the pivotal 2012 election into play. Stay tuned.

         © 2012 by RJ Dawson. All Rights Reserved. [Part 1 of 3]

Posted on April 21, 2012, in Current Events and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. It is becoming more like American Idol than anything else. I hope people wake up before it is too late.


  2. Thanks. I remain optimistic. I feel there is a patriotic groundswell forming that goes beyond mere politics. As I’m sure you know, only about a third of the American colonists supported the American Revolution, hardly a majority. How did those great Patriots defeat the greatest power on the planet with almost 70% of the remaining colonists against them?


  3. Excellent piece! We always seem to be talking about the ‘drive by’ media, but what about the ‘drive by’ population. I know we are all busy working and taking care of our families, but didn’t Jefferson say something about an ignorant nation can never be a free nation?

    The answers are out there-people just have to want the truth enough to find them. I would recommend reading the ‘Naked Communist’, the ‘Naked Capitalist’, and ‘None Dare call it Treason’ for any American wishing to understand what is going on in this country. Should be required reading. ; )


  4. Thanks, Alex. One cannot have authority without having responsibility.

    The electorate has been seriously dumbed down and the American voter has been played for a fool. We are told that voting is a grave duty and those who don’t bother voting are shamed. Yet, this is all part of the silly process to elect selected puppets. Things will change in America when voters get smart, when voters educate themselves, when voters care, and when voters vote their heart instead of the big boy reps foisted upon them.

    I first read “None Dare Call It Conspiracy,” by Gary Allen around 1980, and it was an eye-opener. I recommend the books you mentioned as well.

    John Stormer, author of “None Dare Call It Treason” and many other books, is a solid Christian minister and anti-Communist who did extensive research into what actually happens behind the scenes of the manipulated political process. His books are heavily researched and documented.

    Gary Allen also wrote “Nixon, The Man Behind The Mask,” which I also recommend. It is telling that these books have been around for over forty years, and even fifty. It means God always warns us, and He always tries to keep us informed. The simple fact is that most people have simply not cared enough about God, or truth, or their country.

    America must have a wise informed electorate to right the course. The good news is that we are getting there. I remain very optimistic.


  5. I haven’t read the Nixon book by Allen, but I did read the Rockefeller File from the same author-the Nixon book sounds like a good read though.

    You’re right about the elected puppets. Save for Reagan, I don’t think we’ve had a legitimate anti-establishment president in the last 100 plus years. The problem I have is the establishment ruins anyone they don’t want to get elected. Look at Sarah Palin and Herman Cain. The establishment, or the ‘big boys’ as you put it, won’t allow anyone to slip through their filter.

    You’re also right about the electorate being dumbed down. The worst stance to have as a citizen on important issues and politics in general, is to not have a stance or an opinion. In this state of mind, we are easily manipulated. The population must get more involved. We need to quit allowing ourselves to be so connected to pop-culture and learn to think for ourselves. I’m optimistic as well however.


  6. I agree. We used to teach critical thinking. Yet, there was still a comparative lack of information access. Over the last several years, however, the internet and information technology in general has provided access as never before. The Word of God predicted that knowledge would increase in the last days but next to no one foresaw what we have at present. For those who put forth the effort, the truth can be found.


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