Proof Bernie Sanders Was Never a Real Candidate

Just like Ron Paul rallying the Republican “revolutionaries”, Bernie Sanders has rallied his ardent believers, too, purposely against Donald Trump by dividing the resistance movement in order to make way for a Hillary Clinton administration in the end, so they are hoping.

Here’s a frontal leak directly coming from the mouth of Sander’s wife.

As we have been saying all long, as many other alternative analysts do, these people standing at the podiums are mere actors serving as pressure valves which release from time to time all excess heat emanating from failed policies, scandals, and the worsening economic conditions, so that a catastrophic systems’  collapse can be prevented.

Well, the system is already collapsing, and only those who are not ready yet of embracing the on rushing sea of change are still protecting the rotten and the irrelevant.

We believe that America is going to lose the  respect of the world’s  population if this ultra-ambitious sociopath is put in the White House.

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Here’s just some of the reasons why:

To put it simply, she is all over the place there’s money to be had.

320 million population yet cannot produce a better presidential candidate than the current frontrunners?

We don’t think so.

Rise up, America.

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7 thoughts on “Proof Bernie Sanders Was Never a Real Candidate”

  1. WAKE UP FOLKS!!! GOVERNMENT ARE THE REAL PROBLEM!
    Watch the video at YouTube called: The Myth of Authority

    Then Go “Within” to deal with it…By Voting for someone to lead you, you surrender YOUR authority to THEM…Who don’t really care at all about You. There are LOADS of info on line about HOW to really make the changes we need!

  2. Reblogged this on OCCUPY AMERICA and commented:
    I believe he was a real candidate, until he was co-opt educated by his shadow handlers and threatened. I feel it may be a stretch to assert that he was a willing participant in the deception and conversion operation, yet the end result is the same, to pull votes into Killer E. Clinton”s ballot box. Just another tool of election fraud in this regard.

  3. BEST TO READ THE CHAPTER ON THE GRACCHI IN PLUTARCH’S BOOK.

    Gracchi
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    The Gracchus brothers, Tiberius and Gaius, were Romans who both served as tribunes in the late 2nd century BC. They attempted to pass land reform legislation that would redistribute the major aristocratic landholdings among the urban poor and veterans, in addition to other reform measures. After achieving some early success, both were assassinated by enemies of these reforms.

    Contents [hide]
    1 Early life
    2 Gracchi reforms
    2.1 Background
    2.2 Efforts of Tiberius Gracchus
    2.3 Efforts of Gaius Gracchus
    2.4 Assessment and reasons for failure
    2.5 Aftermath
    3 Notes
    4 References
    5 Further reading
    6 External links
    Early life[edit]
    The brothers were born to a plebeian branch of the old and noble Sempronia family. Their father was the elderly Tiberius Gracchus major or Tiberius Sempronius Gracchus, who was tribune of the plebs, praetor, consul and censor. Their mother was a patrician named Cornelia Africana; her father was Scipio Africanus. Their parents had 12 children, but only one daughter (who later married Scipio Africanus the Younger) and two sons, Tiberius and Gaius, survived childhood.[1]

    After the boys’ father died while they were young, responsibility for their education fell to their mother. Cornelia ensured the brothers had the best available Greek tutors, teaching them oratory and political science. The brothers were also well trained in martial pursuits; in horsemanship and combat they outshone all their peers. The older brother Tiberius was elected an augur at only 16 – according to the historian J.C. Stobart, had he taken the easy path rather than the cause of radical reform, he would have been clearly destined for consulship. Tiberius was the most distinguished young officer in the Third Punic War, Rome’s last campaign against Carthage. He was the first to scale Carthage’s walls; before that he saved an army of 20,000 men by skilled diplomacy. As the boys grew up, they developed strong connections with the ruling elite.[1]

    Gracchi reforms[edit]
    Background[edit]
    Central to the Gracchi reforms was an attempt to address economic distress and its military consequences. Much public land had been divided among large landholders and speculators who further expanded their estates by driving peasants off their farms. While their old lands were being worked by slaves, the peasants were often forced into idleness in Rome where they had to subsist on handouts due to a scarcity of paid work. They could not legally join the army because they did not meet the property qualification and this, together with the lack of public land to give in exchange for military service and the mutinies in the Numantine War, caused recruitment problems and troop shortages.

    The Gracchi aimed to address these problems by reclaiming lands from wealthy members of the senatorial class that could then be granted to soldiers; by restoring land to displaced peasants; by providing subsidized grain for the needy and by having the Republic pay for the clothing of its poorest soldiers.[2]

    Efforts of Tiberius Gracchus[edit]
    Tiberius was elected to the office of tribune of the plebeians in 133 BC. He immediately began pushing for a programme of land reform, partly by invoking the 240-year-old Sextian-Licinian law that limited the amount of land that could be owned by a single individual. Using the powers of Lex Hortensia, Tiberius established a commission to oversee the redistribution of land holdings from the rich to the unlanded urban poor. The commission consisted of himself, his father-in-law and his brother Gaius.[1]

    Even liberal senators were agitated by the proposed changes, fearing their own lands would be confiscated. Senators arranged for other tribunes to oppose the reforms. Tiberius then appealed to the people, and argued that a tribune who opposes the will of the people in favour of the rich is not a true tribune. The senators were left with only one constitutional response – to threaten prosecution after Tiberius’s term as a tribune ended. This necessitated Tiberius to stand for a second term.[1]

    The senators obstructed his re-election. They also gathered an ad hoc[a] force, with several of them personally marching to the Forum, and had Tiberius and some 300 of his supporters clubbed to death. This was the first open bloodshed in Roman politics for nearly four centuries.[3]

    Tiberius’s land reform commission continued distributing lands, albeit much slower than Tiberius had envisaged, as Senators were able to eliminate more of its supporters by legal means.

    Efforts of Gaius Gracchus[edit]

    Gaius Gracchus addressing the Plebeians.
    Ten years later, in 123 BC, Gaius took the same office as his brother, as a tribune for the plebeians. Gaius was more practical minded than Tiberius, and so was considered more dangerous by the senatorial class. He gained support from the agrarian poor by reviving the land reform programme and from the urban poor with various popular measures. He also sought support from the second estate, those equestrians who had not ascended to become senators.

    Many equestrians were publicans, in charge of tax-collecting in Asia (Asia in Roman times meant essentially the Roman-dominated area that is now modern western Turkey), and of contracting for construction projects. The equestrian class would get to control a court that tried senators for misconduct in provincial administration. In effect, the equestrians replaced senators already serving at the court. Thus, Gaius became an opponent of senatorial influence. Other reforms implemented by Gaius included fixing prices on grain for the urban population and granting improvements in citizenship for Latins and others outside the city of Rome.

    With this broad coalition of supporters, Gaius held his office for two years and had much of his prepared legislation passed. This included winning an unconstitutional, although not necessarily illegal, re-election to the one year office of Tribune.[2] However Gaius’s plans to extend rights to non-Roman Italians were eventually vetoed by another Tribune. A substantial proportion of the Roman poor, protective of their privileged Roman citizenship, turned against Gaius.[1] With Gaius’s support from the people weakened, the consul Lucius Opimius was able to crush the Gracchan movement by force. A mob was raised to assassinate Gaius. Knowing his death was imminent he committed suicide on the Aventine hill in 121 BC. All of his reforms were undermined except for the grain laws. Three thousand supporters were subsequently arrested and put to death in the proscriptions that followed.

    Assessment and reasons for failure[edit]
    According to the classicist J. C. Stobart, Tiberius’s Greek education had caused him to overestimate the reliability of the people as a powerbase, causing him to overplay his hand. In Rome, even when led by a bold Tribune the people lacked anywhere near the influence they enjoyed at the height of the Athenian polis. Another problem for Gaius’s aims was that the Roman constitution, specifically the Tribal Assembly, was designed to prevent any one individual governing for a sustained period of time – and there were several other checks and balances to prevent power being concentrated on any one person.

    >>>>>>Stobart adds that another reason for the efforts’ failures was the Gracchi’s idealism; they were deaf to the baser notes of human nature and failed to recognize how corrupt and selfish all sections of Roman society had become.[1]<<<<<>>>>>>>According to Oswald Spengler, the characteristic mistake of the Gracchan age was to believe in the possibility of the reversibility of history[4] – a form of idealism which according to Spengler was at that time shared by both sides of the political spectrum – Cato had sought to turn back the clock to the time of Cincinnatus, and restore virtue by returning to austerity.[1]<<<<<<<<<

    The philosopher Simone Weil ranked the conduct of the Gracchi second out of all the known cases of good-hearted conduct recorded by history for classical Rome, ahead of the Scipios and Virgil.[5][b]

    Historian Michael Crawford attributes the disappearance of much of Tiberius Gracchus' support to the reduced level of citizen participation due to dispersal far from Rome, and sees his tribunate as marking a step in the Hellenization of Roman aristocracy. Crawford asserts that Gaius Gracchus' extortion law shifted the balance of power in Rome and that the Gracchi made available a new political armoury which the oligarchy subsequently sought to exploit.[6]

    Aftermath[edit]
    The emergence of new forces of urban factions, rural voters, and others, engaging in continued conflict with each other for their own interests, meant that the problem of effective governance awaited resolution. The populist government of the Gracchi had come to an end by violence; and this provided a brutal precedent that would be followed by many other rulers of Rome.[7]

    Notes[edit]
    Jump up ^ Latin: literally "to this" – the force being assembled for the specific purpose of deposing Tiberius as a tribune.
    Jump up ^ Weil gives first ranking to Gaius Plotius Plancus and his slaves. During the proscriptions of the Second Triumvirate, the slaves endured torture so as to protect their master, the master seeing this came out of hiding to spare his slaves further pain and was executed.
    References[edit]
    ^ Jump up to: a b c d e f g Stobart, J.C. (1978) [1964]. "III". In Maguinness, W.S; Scullard, H.H. The Grandeur That was Rome (4th ed.). Book Club Associates. pp. 75–82.
    ^ Jump up to: a b Tom Holland (2004). Rubicon: The Last Years of the Roman Republic. Abacus. pp. 28–30. ISBN 9780349115634.
    Jump up ^ Nigel Rodgers, Hazel Dodge (2005). Rome: The Greatest Empire. Southwater. p. 24. ISBN 1-84476-150-9.
    Jump up ^ Spengler, Oswald (1922). The Decline of the West(An abridged edition). Vintage Books, 2006. p. 384. ISBN 1-4000-9700-2.
    Jump up ^ Simone Weil (2002). The Need for Roots. Routledge. p. 228. ISBN 0-415-27102-9.
    Jump up ^ Crawford, Michael (1992). The Roman Republic (2nd ed.). London: Fontana. pp. 110–111, 121–123. ISBN 9780006862505.
    Jump up ^ Bauer, Susan (2007). The History of the Ancient World.
    Further reading[edit]
    Badian, E. (1984). Foreign Clientelae, 264–270 BC. New York: Oxford University Press.
    Bernstein, Alvin H. (1978). Tiberius Sempronius Gracchus : tradition and apostasy. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. ISBN 0-8014-1078-9.
    Boren, Henry C. (1969). The Gracchi. New York: Twayne.
    Earl, Donald C. (1963). Tiberius Gracchus : a study in politics. Bruxelles-Berchem: Latomus.
    Oman, Charles (1903). Seven Roman statesmen of the later republic : the Gracchi, Sulla, Crassus, Cato, Pompey, Caesar (3rd ed.). New York: Longmans, Green, and Co.
    Plutarch (1926). Plutarch's Lives. Bernadotte Perrin, trans. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
    Richardson, Keith (1976). Daggers in the Forum. London: Cassell. ISBN 0-304-29540-X.
    Riddle, John M. (1970). Tiberius Gracchus: destroyer or reformer of the Republic?. Lexington, MA: Heath.
    Scullard, H.H. (2010) [1959]. From the Gracchi to Nero : a history of Rome 133 BC to AD 68. London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-58488-3.
    Stockton, David, ed. (1985). From The Gracchi To Sulla : sources for Roman history, 133-80B.C. Harrow: London Association of Classical Teachers. ISBN 0-903625-16-4.
    Stockton, David (1979). The Gracchi. Oxford: Clarendon Press. ISBN 0-19-872104-8.
    External links[edit]
    Translation of Book 1 of The Civil Wars by Appian
    Tiberius Gracchus (168–133 BCE) by Hugh Last (BTM format)
    T Gracchi, Marius and Sulla by A. H. Beesly (BTM format)
    Categories: 2nd-century BC RomansPopulismSibling duosAncient Roman plebeiansRoman tribunes of the plebsSempronii
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  4. THERE IS THE OLD ADAGE, “YOU CAN’T FOOL AN HONEST MAN.” BERNIE SUPPORTERS LIKE TRUMP SUPPORTERS ARE LOOKING TO A “DADDY” TO RESCUE THEM FROM THEIR SELFISH DECISIONS.

    PT “EVERY BODY GETS A FREE COLLEGE EDUCATION.” BEGINNING OF THE 20TH CENTURY WAS “EVERY BODY GETS A FREE HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION.” WHEN “EVERY BODY” GETS INVOLVED IN EDUCATION, THEN THE CURRICULA IS WATERED DOWN TO THE STUPIDEST PEOPLE. BEFORE THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENTS STUDENTS WERE ARRANGED AND EDUCATED ACCORDING TO ABILITY. POST CIVIL RIGHTS, IT WAS REALIZED HOW FAR BEHIND BLACK STUDENTS WERE AND HOW MUCH MONEY IT WOULD TAKE TO BRING THEM UP TO SPEED AT A TIME WHEN JOBS WERE LEAVING THE COUNTRY. THE POLITICAL DECISION WAS TO DECLARE A CHILDREN AS INTELLECTUAL EQUAL AND THAT ECONOMICS AND MEME PLAYED NO ROLE IN THE EDUCATION PROCESS. IN CAME HOMOGENEOUS GROUPING, GROUP LEARNING AND THE CHILD BEING EXPECTED TO RE-INVENT THE WHEEL. AND NOW WE HAVE A DUMBED DOWN AN UNADULTERATED GROUP OF PEOPLE. THE FURTHER YOU ARE AWAY FROM THE AGE OF 60 THE LESS KNOWLEDGE YOU HAVE OF THE VALUES AND EXPERIENCES OF THE PAST. IN PARTICULAR THE BERNIE-ITES ARE THE PRODUCT OF A CORPORATE CULTURE. A CORPORATE CULTURE WHERE PARENTS GAVE UP THEIR RIGHTS TO PARENT AND TURNED IT OVER TO THE CORPORATE STATE.–READ CHRISTOPHER LASCH’S BOOK “CULTURAL NARCISSISM”.

    PT DONALD TRUMP SUPPORTERS ARE OLD ENOUGH TO BE BERNIE SANDER SUPPORTERS’ PARENTS. BERNITES WANT A FREE EDUCATION, A FREE OR SUBSIDIZED HOME, AND SO ON. THE TRUMPITES LIVED OFF A CREDIT CARDS IN THE 70IES THEN BOUGHT A HOUSE IN THE 80IES AND TURNED THEIR MORTGAGE INTO AN ATM. THEY SIMPLY WANT THE RE BUBBLE AND THE NYSE MARKET BUBBLES RE-INFLATED. YOU KNOW, “A CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK.”

    PT WHAT HAS BEEN DONE TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE IS SIMILAR TO WHAT THE PRUSSIANS DID TO THE GERMAN PEOPLE THAT LEAD TO WW1 AND WW2. THE GERMAN PEOPLE WERE WILLING TO ACCEPT A CHILDLIKE ROLE AND LET THE CORPORATE STATE ACT AS LOCO PARENTIS.

    THE AMERICAN CITIZENS DON’T WANT TO BE WEIGHED DOWN BY HEAVY FACTS AND DIFFICULT CHOICES. THEY WANT FAIRY TALES LIKE WHAT THEY SEE IN THE MOVIE. (I LAUGH, HOW MANY TIMES IS AN ACTOR KILLED IN A SITCOM OR MOVIE ON TO REAPPEAR AGAIN IN ANOTHER PRODUCTION. MAGIC: SHOOT SOMEONE AND THEY’LL BOUNCE RIGHT BACK AND TAKE YOU OUT FOR AN ICE CREAM.) DONALD IS THE NIGHT ERRANT SLAYING DRAGONS. AND BERNIE SANDERS IN MOTHER GOOSE WITH CHARMING STORIES THAT END IN A PARABLE. OBAMA CAME OVER A BLACK MAN WHO LIKE SUPERMAN WHO OVERCAME WHITE DISCRIMINATION TO WIN THE PLUM JOB AS PRESIDENT–AND HE HAD A POWERFUL SPEAKING VOICE TO COMPLETE THE ILLUSION.S

    PT FROM NIXON UP TO BUSH 1 THE FASCISTS DISCREDITED (FBI), INCARCERATED, DENIED RE-ENTRY INTO THE COUNTRY OR MURDERED ITS POLITICAL OPPOSITION. BY THE END OF THE REAGAN ERA THE HISTORICAL AND INTELLECTUAL CONNECTION WITH WORKER RIGHTS, CIVIL RIGHTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS MOVEMENTS HAD BEEN SEVERED. WHEN I READ “THE ATLANTIC” AND “MOTHER JONES” I READ THE WORDS OF THE FASCISTS SPOKEN THROUGH A LIBERAL FILTER. EVEN THE HIGH AND MIGHTY PBS HAS SUCCUMBED TO THE SEDUCTIVE HAND OF THE FASCISTS.

    AMERICANS TODAY ARE POLITICAL NEOPHYTES. ELECTIONS ARE NO LONGER ABOUT THE WALLET OR THE FREEDOM OF SPEECH OR THE FREEDOM OF ASSEMBLY, BUT A POPULARITY CONTEST. THE NEWSY SHOWS TALK ABOUT THE CANDIDACIES LIKE AD EXECUTIVES REVIEW THE SUCCESS OF AN ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN. AND THE VOTERS HAVE DECIDED THAT “COMMONSENSE” IS THE REPLACE FOR RESEARCH AND EVALUATION.

    PT NO MATTER HOW FLAWED OUR REPUBLICAN FORM OF GOVERNMENT IS, THE BOTTOM LINE IS, THE PEOPLE ALLOWED IT TO HAPPEN. NO BODY CONQUERED US. NO BODY PUT A GUN TO OUR HEADS. WE SIMPLY LET OUR COUNTRY GO TO RUIN ON OUR WATCH. AND THAT IS A HARD FACT FOR THE BABY BOOM GENERATION TO SWALLOW. A GENERATION WHO ADVERTISERS AND POLITICIANS BRAINWASHED INTO BELIEVING THEY WERE “EXCEPTIONAL” TURNED OUT TO BE A DISMAL FAILURE.

    PT HILLARY CLINTON, BERNIE SANDERS AND DONALD TRUMP ARE ANOMALIES BUT A REFLECTION OF WHO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE ARE. BECAUSE THE AMERICAN PEOPLE VOTE FOR SOMEONE WHO REMINDS THEM OF THEMSELVES. THESE CANDIDATE, IF YOU WILL, ARE A ROMANTIC PROJECTIONS OF WHAT THEIR VOTERS WANT TO BE.

  5. Some people knew Clinton would end up the Democratic nominee, mySelf included. I am Irish living in Ireland. When Sideshow Bernie popped up, there was a bad smell. He capitulated even in the face of obvious election fraud by Hilly (!) and, natch, endorsed her in the sincerest, most sickening way (!) Everybody thought, that’s it, she’s gonna get it. Nobody wants Trump. Now, he’s looking more like a winner than Hilly……OH!

  6. Please don’t compare Sanders to Ron Paul. Sanders bent over and took it. Dr. Paul refused to support Shitt Romney. Dr. Paul is head and shoulders above Sanders. The only similarity is that they both got screwed by their party.

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