Should You Vote?
We know the elections are rigged, at least to some capacity. So the question arises: Is voting worthwhile given the fraudulent conditions of our elections?
Let’s consider three options.
If an election is fully rigged with a determined victor, then it doesn’t matter whether or not you vote. It doesn’t necessarily hurt the cause to vote, but it doesn’t help to vote, either.
Given the condition that an election is partially rigged, it would help to vote to assist in the chance that it was not rigged heavily enough. It may or may not hurt to abstain, depending on how rigged it is.
Given the condition that an election is not rigged, it would be the highest harm to not vote and the highest gain to vote.
In no situation is there a scenario where it hurts to vote. In some situations it may not help, but it causes nothing negative to occur. Voting is a small, easy thing to do. So the costs are minimal if costs exist at all.
The problem with not voting due to recognizing the rigging is that the person who should vote will then be the one not voting. The people who actually know what’s going on will abstain, where the oblivious will vote. We’ll be stuck with nothing but idiots and those who know nothing about the current elections. This will lead to accelerationism.
By not voting, you are not “withdrawing consent” or any other such nonsense. The state and its ruling class could be “elected” with twenty people and wouldn’t care. Reduced voting populations do nothing to assist with derailing accelerationism or delegitimizing the ruling class. The ruling class owns the media. They will just make sure the media won’t talk about it.
Even considering rigged elections, should more people vote, it requires the ruling class to do much more rigging that can be caught. Such as in the instance of the 2000 mules documentary. If everyone on the right gave up on voting, they wouldn’t even need to commit the rigging, and thus would not get caught.
The riggers getting caught help us tremendously, because it pushes regular conservatives into the dissident camp when they realize the system is not salvageable. We need more people to distrust and disdain the system. This is acquired only with instances like the 2020 riggers.
In many ways, the 2020 rigging was a huge aid to us—We don’t have to deal with Trump any more, and we had a wave of right-wingers that have now lost faith in the system. This couldn’t have occurred if right-wingers gave up voting. The riggers needed so many additional votes that they got caught because of the magnitude of the fraud.
So, I would argue that voting is an inside-the-system tactic that is worthwhile if paired with an outside-the-system focus. Vote to annoy the ruling class, to make it harder for them to cheat, to force them to be careless, and just to be a general nuisance. It’s small and costs nothing.
However, there is one exception. If you are stuck with a choice between a RINO or a democrat, such as the case in PA now that they let Oz take the ticket, I’d say sit out. If there is not at least a neutral option, there is no reason to partake. In this case, you’d be voting between the uni-party or the uni-party, so there really is no point in partaking. This can actually harm us, because it allows fake right-wingers to continue to infiltrate the GOP. But, it will also harm us if the other party wins. So, your best option is to sit out or toss it to a third party. Put your effort into assisting in the next primary so you don’t have that dilemma come the general election.
So, in summary, vote given certain conditions. Always vote in primaries where it matters. It costs nothing and does no harm. Even if the vote is rigged, it requires them to rig it more. Making it more likely that they will get caught.
The people arguing against voting are likely demoralizers and distortioners. I’d argue a bulk of them are likely leftists, hiding as right-wingers. If the situation was reversed and leftists suddenly lost faith in the election system, I’d encourage them to stop voting too. It’s a viable strategy.
We are dissidents because we don’t believe that the current system can be saved, so an in-the-system strategies won’t lead us to victory. Therefore, voting won’t save us. But it won’t hurt us either. We can still use the system to our advantage when it is a viable option.
We need more time to build communities and friendly institutions to actually succeed, and voting can help us acquire that extra time in certain circumstances. Voting can also heavily annoy the ruling class, which is always an enjoyable and worthwhile experience in itself.
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