2016 US Presidential Election: Vote No!
Sunday, June 12, 2016 at 14:30
The United States seems have come to a place where the population is extremely divided. A good portion of the population sees choice #1 as the only way to save the country and choice #2 as the end of civilization. Another good portion of the population is sitting in the other polarity: and sees choice #2 as the only way to save the country and choice #1 as the end of civilization.
A fair portion of both groups or sides, are conflicted by the moral choice of whether is it better to abstain or vote for the "lessor of two evils". One can argue that by voting for the "lessor of two evils," one is actively engaging supporting evil. While others argue that by not voting, one is abdicating their responsibility to the "system."
I would interject that the "system" is inherently rigged as the choices that are offered are much more important than which of those choices wins the election. Additionally, the members of the democratic society have no viable part of the process which selects the choices offered them.
All of the above just leads to fear mongering, drama, and overall discontent. Some of that leads to a few ranting about how they will "move to Canada" or the like, if one or the other gets elected. Not a bad idea, but Canada may not be your preferred choice and your decision to move might better be based on your own desires for a better life, not some political nonsense.
Now, few seem to realize it, but the United States Government has an official way you can "vote no". Where you can vote that you are not supporting their system anymore. Where you vote that you don't wish to choice between the lesser of two evils, where you vote not to not vote, and where you vote to disconnect yourself from the underlying issues and drama of the system.
They even have an official form you can use to register your "no" vote. The administrative filing fee is a big high, but I think you may find that the $2,350 fee offers a great return on investment.
The filing the form requires that you take a anti-pledge of allegiance in front of an officer of the United States. This constitutes your unequivocal and irreversible no vote.
The official anti-pledge of allegiance reads:
I hereby absolutely and entirely renounce my United States nationality together with all rights and privileges and all duties and allegiance and fidelity thereunto pertaining. I make this renunciation intentionally, voluntarily, and of my own free will, free of any duress or undue influence.
You can be free. You can fulfill your birthright as a human with unlimited freedom and potential: More information: How to Renounce Your U.S. Citizenship in Two Easy Steps.
You can download the official "vote no" form here: US State Department Form DS-4080 (PDF Format)
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Tuesday, August 30, 2016 at 09:36
voting is one of the rights of every citizen residing in a particular country. So, in my point of view each and every citizen of a particular country should and must vote to elect right candidate for people and its nation.
Tuesday, August 30, 2016 at 12:16
When the system that claims to be "democratic" and then offers up a useless choice or two, how can that be translated into electing the "right candidate?"
We are told that the elections give us power. Yet, the real (and only power) lies with those who decide what choices the citizens are given.
Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at 08:57
Every citizen of the particular country has her/his right to choose who to vote and she/he must practice of her/his right, especially in terms of election because every vote is important and valuable..
Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at 11:31
Can you explain how one has the "right to chose who to vote" for, when the options presented them are very limited and often none of the options are to the liking of a voter?
I CAN DO ALL THINGS THROUGH CHRIST WHO STRENGTHEN
Friday, September 23, 2016 at 11:29
Every body as the full right to vote who so ever he or she want to be in power either Democrat or Republican candidate but it is never a do or die game. For after the election we all need to come back together to build the country economy and our environment as one big family.
So the decision of renouncing your citizenship should never come to you mind, because once you renounce your citizenship where else do you want to go, you can never run away from your mother's land because of election. Let's stick together and fight for your right and generation.
Friday, November 25, 2016 at 10:54
Trump is really the right man for America
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TRUMP THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR AMERICA AT THIS TIME
Saturday, November 26, 2016 at 09:06
Taking a closer look at Trump's policies and dreams for America, putting America as a model for countries all over the world, Trump coming in will help address the terrorism and corrupt practices being perpetrated by the American rigged government system
Saturday, November 26, 2016 at 19:42
Mr trump's has good vision for Americans as well as world but I'm not sure what is gonna happen after re counting the vote, hope for good
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