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New Poll: 70% Of Americans Are Angry At The Political Establishment

Mac Slavo
August 26th, 2019
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Are people finally beginning to wake up to the reality we are living in?  According to a new poll, 70% of Americans are now angry at the entrenched political establishment that is exerting control over every aspect of their lives.

According to a newly released poll, an overwhelming number of Americans are pissed off at the political establishment that has been enslaving them for over a century. Seventy percent of Americans said they feel mad “because our political system seems to only be working for the insiders with money and power, like those on Wall Street or in Washington.” But that’s exactly what happens when control is handed over to a few.  A consolidation of money and power at the top occurs and those who vote are the ones who get punished.

Additionally, 43% of Americans said that statement describes them “very well.”

Jeff Horwitt of Hart Research Associates, who conducted the poll with GOP firm Public Opinion Strategies, said, “Four years ago, we uncovered a deep and boiling anger across the country engulfing our political system. Four years later, with a very different political leader in place, that anger remains at the same level.” 

“The question that decides the 2020 election may no longer be ‘are you better or worse off than you were four years ago?’ but instead ‘are you as angry as you were four years ago?’” said Horwitt. “And if that’s the question, the answer is a deafening yes.” Breitbart

Humans were not meant to be controlled and enslaved and people are finally figuring out whether they are the master or the slave – and for the majority, the conclusion is not a good one. Four years ago (2015 when Barack Obama was still president), 39 % of Republicans and 44 % of Democrats reported they were very frustrated with the political establishment. Now, 29 % of Republicans and 54 % of Democrats remain very frustrated with the entrenched political establishment.

However, only a handful of Americans were actually surveyed. The NBC/Wall Street Journal poll included 1,000 adults and was conducted between August 10 to 14, 2019, with more than half reached by cell phone compared to landline phones, and has a margin of error of 3.1 percentage points.

When someone looks out at the world and sees all manner of suffering and injustice, stretching back for thousands of years and continuing today, he invariably blames such problems on someone else’s hatred, greed, or stupidity. Rarely will someone consider the possibility that his own belief system is the cause of the pain and suffering he sees around him. But in most cases, it is. The root cause of most of society’s ills–the main source of man’s inhumanity to man–is neither malice nor negligence, but a mere superstition–an unquestioned assumption which has been accepted on faith by nearly everyone, of all ages, races, religions, education and income levels. If people were to recognize that one belief for what it is–an utterly irrational, self-contradictory, and horribly destructive myth–most of the violence, oppression, and injustice in the world would cease. But that will happen only when people dare to honestly and objectively re-examine their belief systems. Larken Rose’s Most Dangerous Superstition exposes the myth for what it is, showing how nearly everyone, as a result of one particular unquestioned assumption, is directly contributing to violence and oppression without even realizing it.

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Author: Mac Slavo
Date: August 26th, 2019
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  1. cranerigger says:

    Count me in as part of that 70%. The Parade-of-idiots running “D.C.” for the last 50 years have had no fiscal sense. Congress-critters have written laws with no connection to Constitutional limitations on the Federal Government. Activist judges continue to try and rewrite the Constitution.

    Yeah, President Trump is a little rough around the edges; but he’s a patriot through & through.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I agree about presidents not having any fiscal sense. You lost me when you exploded President Trump among those presidents. The budget deficit is sky rocketing. He’s considering additional fiscal stimulus which will put additional pressure on the country.

    • Anonymous says:

      Of course he is. Election’s coming up and China is handing us our ass on a plate.

      He’s going to run on “free shit for everyone”. The Dems are going to run on “we’re all going to die in 20 years be afraid booga booga” and “free shit for everyone” too despite the inherent contradictions.

      Then they’ll just go and suck Wall Street’s cock again for 4 more years.

      And go “oh yeah we’re… getting around to helping y’all out trust us” (slurping sounds).

  3. horse says:

    Available on youtube, touch over 10 hours in audiobook.

  4. Old Guy says:

    ive stated it before . the difference between cantidates and political partys . Is the exact same difference between a pile of turds and a stack of poop. Folks we aint a gonna vote our way outa this mess.

  5. rellik says:

    I’m surprised more people don’t despise the government.
    The biggest threat to my health, safety, and welfare is the governments that rule over me with impunity. I despise Democrats and barely tolerate Republicans.

    Off subject;
    Ketchupondemand looks to be hit by a hurricane soon.
    Pray for their safety. PR still hasn’t recovered from
    the last one.

    • The Deplorable Renegade says:

      Rellik, you mean Dorian? That’s already passed by PR and hitting cuba now, on track for the east coast. Politicians are the lowest form of life, especially dems.

  6. 2/3rds of this article is a cut and paste of the books description on Amazon

    Shame on you.

  7. Clown World says:

    ‘Ridiculous’: Trump Hits Back Over Axios Scoop That He Suggested Nuking Hurricanes

    Hasn’t civilization given us places, for those special people, who are incapable of retracing their steps?

    Yet, they are still entitled to their secular right, of freedom of expression, until all the lines are clogged, and there is not enough to go around.

    m said, “Humans were not meant to be controlled and enslaved…”

    There are a few people, in my life, who I have sincerely, sincerely respected, on an intellectual level (and I do not lightly give out compliments!)

    Most are incapable of objectivity and self reflection.

    Regarding the incapable kind, what were they meant for.

    m said, “… people dare to honestly and objectively re-examine their belief systems.”

    If they are vaguely in the shape of a humanoid, they are able to honestly and objectively re-examine their belief systems? What is your standard for when someone is sentient and sane?


  8. tuesdayissoylentgreen day says:

    Since 1912 the country has been going down hill. Income tax that supposed to be for the top one percent in the country.. now look at it. Useless wars that cause more useless wars. Gun Control. ABORTION, GOD removed form schools.
    Everyone gets a trophy. All down hill acts. Yes I would agree 70% is mad.

  9. Kevin2 says:

    If 70% are angry what is the breakdown of the remaining 30%? One would assume that X amount feed off of this establishment, mainly government workers and the financial “industry”. I’ll call that 10%. That means that only 20% are oblivious to reality? America is not that intelligent. So maybe 5% feed and 25% are dumber than a sack of rocks? That’s a tad more probable.

  10. Anonymous says:

    This isn’t really braking news.

  11. aljamo says:

    People feel helpless and hopeless to change anything because the control is overwhelming. But people centered socialism is scary and bad to the brainwashed masses where greed is good and war even better.

  12. WV Justis says:

    Of the 70% that are angry, why are they angry? I suppose it is many reasons. Some are angry about the gov’t incompetence and corruption, some are angry that they don’t receive even more handouts, some are angry because their party isn’t the dominant party (this applies to some members of both major parties). Furthermore, I’d guess that for some of them, their anger is not justified (though they think it is) whereas for some of them it is justified.

  13. In his autobiography, Benjamin Franklin said that the reason for the American Revolution was not taxation of tea, but King George’s attachments to the Central Bankers, the criminal syndicate controlled bank of “England”, or more honestly “the bank of the Rothschilds family”.


  14. Clown World says:

    “Larken Rose’s Most Dangerous Superstition exposes the myth for what it is, showing how nearly everyone, as a result of one particular unquestioned assumption, is directly contributing to violence and oppression without even realizing it.”
    “one particular unquestioned assumption”

    Just one?

    Can they all be right, even when their ideas are mutually incompatible.

    Then, can you combine two mutually incompatible reptiles, fish, insects, or species of reasoning, in a closed system or confined space, where resources are limited for the time being.

  15. alfie says:

    Hmm, I’ve been unhappy with political system for a long time. Maybe that is why I voted for Trump, something new, different. It’s not business as usual.

  16. This is a very important piece that will be played at https://phibetaiota.net.

    I am just back from Dimensions of Disclosure where my speech predicted a Trump loss if he did not reach out to the 70% who are now disenfranchised by the two-party tyranny. That speech can be read at http://tinyurl.com/Steele-DD-2019 — if you like it please tweet it to @GOP @POTUS @TuckerCarlson @LouDobbs @AnnCoulter, I am hoping to force Trump to introduce #UNRIG legislation as a condition for getting re-elected.

  17. Anonymous says:

    “The question that decides the 2020 election may no longer be ‘are you better or worse off than you were four years ago?’ but instead ‘are you as angry as you were four years ago?’” said Horwitt. “And if that’s the question, the answer is a deafening yes.” –Breitbart

    I advise you to be very VERY careful fucking around with that as a means to get elected. Since you never do anything that you say. Since you serve the Corporatocracy.

    After anger comes depression.

    After depression… one possible outcome is catatonia. The other possible outcome you won’t like very much.

  18. Antonio says:

    Mac, kudos for mentioning and recommending Larken Rose’s masterful book. That book, along with Spooner’s No Treason essays, pushed me over the edge and converted me from a ‘Constitutional conservative’ to full-blown anarchist.

    I can’t recommend either work highly enough.

  19. Bert says:

    Proving 30% of the population is happy to get their free shit from the other 70%