CHS: Is Your Democracy A Totalitarian State?

Take the quiz and see.

That irritating feeling in your brain?

It’s cognitive dissonance.

You should be used to it by now.

23 responses to “CHS: Is Your Democracy A Totalitarian State?

  1. The country we live in now, has been infiltrated and taken over by communists and statists. I have been at the end of IRS bs reasoning. All of this only applies to US CITIZENS; if you are an illegal-none of the rules
    apply. Citizens are here to be milked for profit, illegals are here to take advantage of citizens. The US Government is here to make sure that cows keep producing. In some ways, the collapse will be liberating.

  2. It is totalitarian because it is democratic./ S//

  3. Passiontide prayer… O my God, deliver us from The People.

  4. Our democracy was never meant to be a democracy. I feel our country was meant to be a Constitutional Republic. I believe that it was from the signing of the Constitution up until around the 1930’s or so, though a compelling argument can be made that the Republic became something else as early as the 1860’s.

    • “The Republic” is just as big a fraud as democracy is. What, you think “your” “representative” is looking out for your interests? What a joke. It takes two minutes of critical analysis to make the notion of a republic fall to pieces.

      Menken wrote this about democracy, but could just as well have written it about the republic:

      “Democracy is grounded upon so childish a complex of fallacies that they must be protected by a rigid system of taboos, else even halfwits would argue it to pieces. Its first concern must thus be to penalize the free play of ideas.”

    • The difference between direct democracy and a republic is the addition of representatives, but this detail appears to have made no change in results. Everything bad you hear about democracy you should also consider applies to a republic.

  5. Yes, and has been for decades. Now the left wants to use (is using) that totalitarianism to fully subjugate the populace into far left ideology.

    I’ve been spending quality time at the reloader this winter.

  6. Nice picture. Meanwhile in the FUK (Former United Kingdom):

    A Department for Education spokesman said: “We are pleased the Supreme Court unanimously agreed with our position – that no child should be taken out of school without good reason.

    If you think this can’t happen in FUSA, it already has.

  7. I’m the old days you had to grab your M1 and go over the top into machine gun fire.
    Today, just sit down and smoke something,
    the war will come to you in about 15 minutes.
    Patriot or not, you are dead.

  8. and you can blame it all on those who wear shiny badges and trample on citizens lives on a daily basis. after all, it’s not a politician or a judge doing the “enforcing”…

    the SCUMBAG poLICE

    • I saw a random act of kindness yesterday. That Jack booted poopoo, should haveNEVER helped that handicapped family across that busy intersection.

      You know survival of the fittest kinda shit. Last week I actually saw another one, buy a meal for a homeless family. that’s fucked up.


      • heartless meanie

        “Things that never happened”

        Has anyone else seen the masons advertisements for helping disabled kids? Did you see the one with the limbless mother thanking them for helping her limbless child? Tell me again about survival of the fittest

        Maybe the homeless would not be if they were not taxed and minimumwaged out of the job market, maybe they would be homeless regardless and that policeman is using gov funds and there are 10 bureacrats along the way getting a paycheck.

      • One cop who commits a single act of decency does not make things all better. More likely, that one cop is as corrupt as the rest of the rotten bunch.
        Even scumbags can commit an act of kindness every now and then.

        So. What’s the excuse for these lumps of steaming feces?

        Here are the six reports of police misconduct tracked for Tuesday, April 4, 2017:

        San Francisco, California: An officer was fired after sending an anti-Muslim text message.
        Lamar, South Carolina: An officer was fired after he was arrested for DUI and open container violation while on duty and in his patrol car.
        Update: San Bernardino County, California (First reported 4/10/15): Two deputies pled no contest to lesser charges for beating a man on live television after a chase on a horse. The County previously settled a lawsuit in the case for $650,000.
        Update: Iberia Parish, Louisiana (First reported 2/29/16): The sheriff’s department faces two civil suits alleging abuse following the guilty pleas and sentencing of several deputies for jailhouse beatings and other misconduct. The sheriff was acquitted in his criminal trial, during which his former deputies testified against him.
        Miami-Dade, Florida: An officer was arrested after putting his wife in the hospital with serious injuries after an off-duty fight
        Woonsocket, Rhode Island: An officer was arrested for assaulting a student while volunteering at high school. He was already on suspension at the time of the incident.

        Here are the five reports of police misconduct tracked for Monday, April 3, 2017:

        Penns Grove, New Jersey: An officer was arrested for exposing himself to two children in a public bathroom.
        Update: Lake in the Hills, Illinois (First reported 1/9/17): An officer’s charges were dropped for fatally striking pedestrian off duty at night because no drugs or alcohol were found in his system.
        Loveland, Colorado: An officer was indicted for harassment and assault for roughing up a resisting suspect.
        Douglas County, Georgia: A deputy was arrested for DUI after an off-duty crash.
        Auburn, New York: The deputy chief was arrested for DUI while off duty.

        Here are the 13 reports of police misconduct tracked for Friday, March 31, 2017:

        Marin County, California: A deputy was who was fired for shooting a fleeing suspect was reinstated to a non-sworn position.
        Alamo, Tennessee: An officer was fired in December and indicted in February for sexual harassment and stalking incidents.
        Pinellas County, Florida: A deputy was suspended one week after contacting a woman for personal reasons after her arrest. He was off duty at the time he contacted her.
        Hidalgo County, Texas: An officer was suspended after he was charged with one count of injury to a child.
        Update: Hayward, California (First reported 05-05-15): A now-former officer was sentenced to six years for bilking $450,000 from a mentally ill woman he once arrested for prostitution.
        Assumption Parish, Louisiana: A deputy was suspended 15 days for being a passenger in a car driven by fleeing felon during a police chase.
        Update: Marksville, Louisiana (First reported 11-09-15): A now-former deputy marshal was sentenced to 40 years for the shooting death of six-year-old Jeremy Mardis, who was a passenger in a fleeing car he and his partner shot at. His partner awaits trial on similar charges.
        Camp Hill, Alabama: The now-former chief was indicted on seven criminal ethics violations, including misappropriation of public funds. He was fired October 14th.
        Laurens, South Carolina: An officer was charged for intentionally running his car into a house with the intent to cause damage.
        Charlotte-Mecklenburg, North Carolina: An officer was arrested after an off-duty argument with a neighbor.
        Update: Minnesota State Police (First reported 08-20-15): A now-former trooper was sentenced to four years of probation for off-duty sexual misconduct. If he successfully completes his probation, his criminal record will be expunged.
        Pineville, Missouri: A deputy marshal was arrested for burglary and aggravated stalking for tracking a woman with an electronic device.
        Update: Kissimmee, Florida (First reported 03-23-16): Two now-former officers take plea deals in a perjury case regarding a bad arrest. Video evidence undermined the sworn statements of the officers and the case against the suspect was thrown out. As part of the deal, they must testify if called in a third officer’s trial for the same charges.

  9. Judges are just .gov shysters in black robes. Of course they favor Leviathan over the Dirt People – they are its lawyers and they know where their checks come from.

  10. Oh, and BTW – glad to see comments re-enabled.

  11. Right, everything is the fault of the poLICE….BS
    The problem is the ALL the people electing Progressives, Marxists, Socialists who make draconian laws that don’t follow the constitution. The same people who elected Barry Sotero the magic negro twice! The same people who got these liberal judges appointed that strike down travel bans and “extreme vetting” as being racist….Those people that believe that borders are racist, those people that believe walls are racist ARE the Problem!

    Those people are the enemy, those people that support the Schumer/Pelosi/Ryan/McCain political uniparty are the enemy.

    • Bah.

      you delusional.

      Schumer/Pelosi/Ryan/McCain never once threatened anyone. they’re pussycats.

      no. it’s the cops.

      get rid of the lice and let things find their own level.

      there will never be any justice or wrongs- righted, as long as the poo poo roam free to rape, rob, and murder at will.

  12. Story on zerohedge that spy agencies routinely spied on congressmembers and their staffs:
    Quoting the Diehard movie, “Welcome to the party pal !”
    (Please do not post a picture od a Pelosi shocked face).