A New Green Deal

money-mouthWe are screwed. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ I don’t know what it will take for people to realize that we have been fooled into thinking that Hillary Clinton is going to change things for the better. o_O

If Donald Trump wins, he will get impeached as soon as he try to commit shady actions. Mike Pence, a typical Republican will become the president, and he will do things not much different than Hillary Clinton. They are both control by the same donors. Only the wealthy and powerful will win either way. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

This why I am voting for Jill Stein, I had enough with the fear mongering the Democrats are playing on people to vote for Hillary Clinton. ๐Ÿ˜ก

The whole Supreme Court gag is another one they are trying to scare people about. If she wins, she will nominate a minority, woman, or person of color to the Supreme Court, with some cool Liberal ideas but secretly right-wing policies when it comes to wealth and inequality. Just like the people Obama had appointed. Decent people about human rights, but very sneaky about where the money should go. Right now he is trying nominate Merrick Garland another secret Republicanย  :/

People, if Donald Trump wins he will not pass the first year in office. Just look at the debates. ๐Ÿ™„

I can not see myself voting for anyone but Jill Stein. โญ There is too much at stake to give my vote to another mega corporate candidate. ๐Ÿ˜ˆ

Keep in mind that many people don’t know much about The Green Party and Jill Stein because the networks refuse to give them proper coverage and some of they media are trying to smear her campaign with misinformation the same way Bernie Sanders was. ๐Ÿ˜ก

We need 5% if we want to change the direction this country is going. ๐Ÿ‘ฟ

14 thoughts on “A New Green Deal

  1. There is no difference between voting for Jill Stein and not voting at all. This is not fear mongering it’s just a fact. While I support environmentally friendly legislation, I don’t support Jill Stein. She is very un-presidential. She has alleged that vaccinations might cause autism, was easily influenced into giving grounds for 9/11 conspiracy theorists, has no real plan to pay for her “college debt forgiveness”, and seems to have no real understanding of the economy. Hillary isn’t perfect, but no president was and every great president was hated by a large group during their time in office. To believe that Hillary wouldn’t make a good president is to be ignorant of her policies and the past.

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      • This is too much of a house of cards to get into right now. Especially when we have two of the worst candidate we ever had running for president. We need more than two parties in this country. ๐Ÿ˜


      • Of course we need more than 2 parties, but running losing presidential campaigns over and over again (instead of winning campaigns at the local level on up) guarantees that third and fourth parties will never materialize.


          • And the Stein campaign’s $3.5 million is being wasted losing a race she can’t win. That money would be better spent on winnable down-ballot races. How many of those 3 are actually winnable?


            • We already lost the election. ๐Ÿ™„ The real elections happened in the primaries, when Hillary Clinton and the establishment sabotage the election against Bernie Sanders and us. ๐Ÿ˜ก

              What Jill Stein and The Green Party are really trying to do is make a viable non corrupted third party. This is really what is all about.

              Jill like Bernie, can’t win the powerful establishment corruption by herself without having a strong movement, preferably running on a third party. This is why The Green Party needs 5% of the vote.

              Just 5 percent of the national vote for the Green Party Stein/Baraka ticket can be a true game-changer for American politics. It will qualify the Green Party for recognition as an official national party, and for federal funding in the 2020 presidential race…

              Regardless if Trump or Clinton wins, Stein is the only one supporting the same progressive values that Sanders stands for. ๐Ÿ‘ฟ


    • Watch the documentary “Vaxxed” to learn about vaccines, research Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth to learn about that massive false flag, student debt forgiveness is expansion of the money supply, and to use the word “great” in the same sentence as Clinton is the furthest stretch. Her “we came, we saw, he died” while exuberant after Gaddafi’s murder during the military operation she championed leaving that nation and its people in ruins is a truly disgusting example of her “policies and the past”. Find Brad Birkenfeld, Swiss bank whistleblower (the largest case of tax evasion in U.S. history) and author of the recently released “Lucifer’s Banker”, about Clinton’s role in protecting wealthy tax-evading Americans and the coverup by the Obama administration. Find the new Assange|Pilger interview revealing an email from 2014 showing Clinton knew Saudi Arabia and Qatar governments were financing ISIL, and did nothing about it – but accepted money from them through the Clinton Foundation. Etc, etc, etc…

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  2. After campaign that lasted so long and “mind bombing” with contradictory information from mainstream and other media, I can’t but really fear sorry for people like you. Both main candidates are trash with no real desire to change the things for better. Every politician is a liar, in general, but I can’t remember anyone as bad as those two. When Obama was running for his first mandate, there was a sense of hope among voters that things might change for better. Now, I don’t see it anywhere.
    Someone earlier mentioned that there is no point of forcing for more than 2 parties, but once when enough people realize that bipolar political system is as bad as any dictatorship, things might start to change. You must start somewhere, can’t have outdated system forever. I am not saying that having 15 or 20 parties is a good choice – they are anyway divided to left, center and right wing – but having more choice is better than having none. And those two are not a choice at all.
    As USA and Canada are the closest neighbors, the coverage of your election in our media has taken a huge part. Not that I like it – there are more important local issues to be addressed, in my opinion – but it is everywhere. Frankly, I can’t wait for it to be over.

    On a side note, one Republican supporter accused Canada for having porous border and letting immigrants into USA without much control. He also said that, beside the wall on USA and Mexican border, there should be one on USA and Canada border as well. I just laughed.

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    • It is sad and disgraceful what they did to Bernie Sanders. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ I was ready to put myself as far away from whole election fiasco and not voting this year. :/ But the Green party gave me some hope. Why not give my vote to some one that it’s close to what I believe in than not vote at all. ๐Ÿ˜

      The two parties control who and how the debates and media should be focusing on. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

      It is sad and disgusting. ๐Ÿ˜ก

      This country is imploding, no matter if it is a Republican or Democrat they will eventually try to build some sort of wall in the Canadian border. o_O The two parties already agree on a full Mexican wall. ๐Ÿ™„


  3. One of the main problems with the USA is their involvement in other countries wars and affairs in search for profit. This is why they want to keep the same people in power so they can keep their profit flowing.

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    • Part of me is starting to feel numb about USA future in the world trying to be like the police. ๐Ÿ˜ We are addicted to power and greed, and can no longer see that we have become the villain in many of our policies and wars. ๐Ÿ˜ฅ

      We have lost democracy in this country. Only the wealthy and powerful dominate our elections. I admit that no one is perfect, but that is why I will vote for the last glimpse of hope, (as little as it might be to some) that chooses to fight the powers that corrupted this country. I think The Green Party is the only one with those values at this moment, and that is with Jill Stein or without her. ๐Ÿ‘ฟ

      I think the Green took in, part of the Progressive-wing from the Democrats that Bill Clinton threw away with his right-wing policies in the 90s. :/


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