Where to from here?

Unlike the masses of (terrorist) bureaucrats, "police", "politicians", etc., I'm not going to tell you what to do, or what not to do. So I'm not going to tell you that you shouldn't "vote", or that you should "vote", or how to "vote". I'll leave it entirely to you to decide for yourself what you will do -- and so long as your actions resulting from your decisions do not harm me, then what you do or don't do, doesn't matter to me.

However, I believe that you should consider whether you will really get what you want in your life, by "voting", or whether there is a faster and better way to achieve what you want -- perhaps something you haven't thought of yet -- and if you do find or think of something better, will you pursue it, even if the (terrorist) bureaucrats, "police", "politicians" (liars), etc., tell you that "you can't!" or that "you shouldn't!"?

By "voting" for someone else, you are giving up part of your personal power to them, and their "system" (though they may try to "educate" you that "it's your system too!", and that "it's all there to benefit you!"). If you only "enroll" and "vote", because of the threats of "penalties" if you don't, then allowing yourself to be coerced - by merely showing up at their "polling place" to have your name checked off - is another way in which you give up some of your personal power; and not only that, it can also tend to reinforce false notions and illegitimate "systems" as being "true", "valid", and "legitimate". The option of keeping your personal power fully intact, is always available to you - no matter what you may believe now, or what others may tell you.

"When you have the choice between the lesser of two evils - choose neither!" - Unknown

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