Armstrong Economics Blog/Politics Re-Posted Dec 10, 2021 by Martin Armstrong
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The #1 Fake News Network in the world, CNN, has gone after China and Russia for calling Biden’s Summit of Democracy a joke. Of course, CNN apparently does not know how to pick up a dictionary. Here in the United States, we have a republic – not a democracy. And in Europe, the whole political structure is a fraud for the people neither vote for anyone on the European Commission nor they do not vote for the head of state.
I suppose they never actually listened to the words of the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag:
“I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands,
one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all,”
It explicitly states that the US is NOT a Democracy but a Republic. It is a joke that politicians pretend that we live in a democracy when we do not and Klaus Schwab’s 2030 agenda included the end of the right to even vote. Moreover, the press is no longer free and it is pushing its own agenda.
They refuse to investigate anything to do with COVID or the conflicts of interest elevating Gates to a world health czar who is not even a doctor any more than Schwab or the head of the WHO. The press has fully embraced the canceled culture and thinks “freedom of the press” means they get to report only what supports their agenda.
Here are the definitions of Democracy and Republic which Europe does not fit either. If CNN was honest, they would actually have to agree with the criticism of both Russia and China for the West is a Republic, and would never allow a democracy for then the people would vote on all of these spending issues instead of our pretend representatives since we are a Republic – not a Democracy.
So sorry, Biden’s Summit of Democracy is indeed a joke. Nowhere in the West do the people live in a democracy. It is all a republic and Europe does not even qualify as a republic it is closer to China and Russia than the United States. Historically, republics always die by their own hand – economic suicide which is unfolding perfectly once again. At some point, there will be a new version of Caesar who will cross the Rubicon.