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And even karl marx said democracy is the road to socialism the only way to protect your country is patriotic and nationalists people and leaders
If anyone wants to take this and make it their own you have my full authority to do so. It is far more important that this ball gets rolling than it is for any one person to get credit for it. The way forward: To start, it must be made absolutely clear, the Founding Father's never intended for the United States of America to be a democracy. They explicitly wrote of their fears of the tyranny of the majority, though not in said words. It is in fact the case that the only democratically elected federal officials were to be the representatives in the House. These Congressmen were the representation of the "common folk". The Senate were to be appointed by the State Legislatures because they were to represent the Aristocrats (the wealthy). The President was to be elected by the Electoral College because the President represents the States, not the people. The Supreme Court was to be appointed by the President and confirmed by two thirds majority in the Senate. With that being known, the way forward I believe, is for the State Legislatures to take back their sole constitutional right to select Electors. They can and have elected to relinquish this power to a popular vote. They are in fact allowed by the Constitution to do so. However, just because you can do something doesn't mean that you should. As we are now seeing, the probability of fraud in these elections is far to great to ignore and the best way to combat this is to limit the votes for the Electors to the State Legislatures. Furthermore it would also demonstrate a much needed resurrection of the importance of said State Legislatures. I don't see anyway for their to be fraudulent votes to occur if they are being made in a public forum by elected officials. This would also be the largest deterrent to the hundreds of billions of dollars wasted on Presidential Campaigns. There would be no reason to spend billions dollars on advertising because the only people they could possibly be campaigning to would be the Legislature. It would almost assuredly mean that the two parties could not grow so far apart in policy that they refuse to talk to each other. They will have to convince members of the opposition to vote for them in order to win the Electors. To head off the assuredly coming complaint that the State Legislature's elections can be just as fraudulent, while there is some truth to that, it would be a far harder feat to fraudulently elect several different Legislatures in a given state, than it would be to cast 10,000 fraudulent votes in a single county. It would take no less than a massive coordinated effort to make an event such as that happen. Feedback is not only appreciated but necessary!
422 views · Jan 13th

For new year I bought a new furisode I love wearing kimonos and furisodes let me know if you like mine A furisode is a style of kimono with long sleeves, which range in length from 85 centimeters for a to 114 centimeters Furisode are the most formal style of kimono worn by women in Japan. The sleeves, like all women's kimono, are attached to the body of the kimono only at the shoulder, with the inner edge left open past the shoulder. This both allows the underkimono to show when worn, and also allows the obi to be tied around the body above the hips.  Furisode, like other formal kimono, are mostly made from silk, and are decorated in bright colours Furisode are often either rented or bought by parents for their daughters to wear on Coming of Age Day in the year they turn 20 also used for weddings,tea ceremonies and other formal  occasions #Japan #Japanese #Culture

2.21k views · Jan 11th

More from katsuakira

And even karl marx said democracy is the road to socialism the only way to protect your country is patriotic and nationalists people and leaders
If anyone wants to take this and make it their own you have my full authority to do so. It is far more important that this ball gets rolling than it is for any one person to get credit for it. The way forward: To start, it must be made absolutely clear, the Founding Father's never intended for the United States of America to be a democracy. They explicitly wrote of their fears of the tyranny of the majority, though not in said words. It is in fact the case that the only democratically elected federal officials were to be the representatives in the House. These Congressmen were the representation of the "common folk". The Senate were to be appointed by the State Legislatures because they were to represent the Aristocrats (the wealthy). The President was to be elected by the Electoral College because the President represents the States, not the people. The Supreme Court was to be appointed by the President and confirmed by two thirds majority in the Senate. With that being known, the way forward I believe, is for the State Legislatures to take back their sole constitutional right to select Electors. They can and have elected to relinquish this power to a popular vote. They are in fact allowed by the Constitution to do so. However, just because you can do something doesn't mean that you should. As we are now seeing, the probability of fraud in these elections is far to great to ignore and the best way to combat this is to limit the votes for the Electors to the State Legislatures. Furthermore it would also demonstrate a much needed resurrection of the importance of said State Legislatures. I don't see anyway for their to be fraudulent votes to occur if they are being made in a public forum by elected officials. This would also be the largest deterrent to the hundreds of billions of dollars wasted on Presidential Campaigns. There would be no reason to spend billions dollars on advertising because the only people they could possibly be campaigning to would be the Legislature. It would almost assuredly mean that the two parties could not grow so far apart in policy that they refuse to talk to each other. They will have to convince members of the opposition to vote for them in order to win the Electors. To head off the assuredly coming complaint that the State Legislature's elections can be just as fraudulent, while there is some truth to that, it would be a far harder feat to fraudulently elect several different Legislatures in a given state, than it would be to cast 10,000 fraudulent votes in a single county. It would take no less than a massive coordinated effort to make an event such as that happen. Feedback is not only appreciated but necessary!
422 views · Jan 13th

For new year I bought a new furisode I love wearing kimonos and furisodes let me know if you like mine A furisode is a style of kimono with long sleeves, which range in length from 85 centimeters for a to 114 centimeters Furisode are the most formal style of kimono worn by women in Japan. The sleeves, like all women's kimono, are attached to the body of the kimono only at the shoulder, with the inner edge left open past the shoulder. This both allows the underkimono to show when worn, and also allows the obi to be tied around the body above the hips.  Furisode, like other formal kimono, are mostly made from silk, and are decorated in bright colours Furisode are often either rented or bought by parents for their daughters to wear on Coming of Age Day in the year they turn 20 also used for weddings,tea ceremonies and other formal  occasions #Japan #Japanese #Culture

2.21k views · Jan 11th