An Open Letter to Americans About the 2016 US Presidential Election

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Arjun Walia | Collective Evolution

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Editor’s Note: While this article came out just yesterday, and before final election results, it is still relevant today now that we seem to have a president elect. It speaks to all of us about how we have power to chart our own course, that of our country, and the world. We too often surrender that power to those who do not deserve it and we have over the years lost our republic to an oligarchy.

So, whether you are feeling desolate that Hillary Clinton, Jill Stein, and Gary Johnson lost or elated that Donald Trump won, you all need to do the same thing: get involved and participate to make your voice heard and your presence known. If enough of you do so, any president (and more importantly his or her puppet masters) will back down in the face of your manifest resolve. So don’t lament, hit the pavement and may the people help Donald Trump be the best possible president as We the People find ways to take back our power.


The 2016 US presidential race has been a historical one, for several different reasons, perhaps the most important one being the fact that it’s provided the masses an opportunity to ‘see through’ all of the deceit that’s plagued politics for a very long time.

This is not going to be a ‘pick a side’ article, we don’t care to support either side. A media outlet should simply share the facts and the readers can decide in their heart who they feel they want to support.

This is about lifting the veil on a system that we have to choose to no longer stand for.

Despite these revelations, which will be discussed within this article, there are still many people watching, believing, and feeding into all of the drama and distraction that takes place. The mainstream media doesn’t help either. It’s time for us to wake up to a few facts about politics that clearly show how the entire system is broken, and how we must begin discussing different options.

Politics is a Cesspool of Corruption

This election was a great opportunity to witness even more evidence that our political system is far from a democracy.

Remember when WikiLeaks released nearly 20,000 emails and more than 8,000 attachments from the Democratic National Committee (DNC) that exposed corruption connected to Hillary Clinton’s campaign?

These emails were complimented by a live interview given by Assange to Democracy Now, stating that:

In relation to what has become the most significant political discussion as a result of the publication, which is that the DNC higher-ups, including Debbie Wasserman Schultz, were clearly against Bernie Sanders and trying to subvert his campaign in a whole raft of ways, that’s true. That’s the—the atmosphere that is revealed by hundreds of emails is that it’s perfectly acceptable to produce trenchant internal criticisms of Bernie Sanders and discuss ways to undermine his campaign.  

Assange also recently sat down with veteran journalist John Pilger for a 25-minute interview within the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, exposing how Trump is not even permitted to win, and telling the world how ISIS and Hillary are funded by the same people.  You can read more about that here.

We realize many people don’t actually read our articles but instead just the headlines, leaving them to think we somehow support Trump. Just because we do not support Hillary, does not mean we support Trump. Our stance on this election has been very solid the entire time: this is a chance for us to wake up to the corruption of the entire system. Hillary nor Trump are fit to be president, we need to work towards having discussions about where we are going to go from here as opposed to staying reliant on a failing system.

Further, the connections between the US government and ISIS have been well documented even before these leaks. You can read more about that in this article, which goes into more detail.

You can also check out our articles on false flag terrorism.

It’s not secret, as it has been openly shared by Trump himself, that Trump is racist, xenophobic, sexist, immature, and filled with some level of hatred. I do not see how he would be saying these things strategically, leaving people to believe his words are what he feels. Is this what you want as a leader?

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* Originally entitled: “AN OPEN LETTER TO AMERICANS JUST BEFORE THE 2016 ELECTION”

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