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Supverse is a media platform run by analysts and journalists.
Supverse, the UniVerse of WasSup, allows members to create ad hoc discussions on any page* across the vast Internet. The discussion can be just a reference for yourself, or a diverse audience debate. Organize all research content and references using personal hashtags on your Supverse profile and even stitch together these thoughts into a dynamic presentation you can publish online and share with others. Mingle your philosophies with others in the Supverse global sensorium to create new meanings.
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Filtered on: #DissectingDemocracy > showing 1 comment covering 100 days


#DissectingDemocracy This Wiki article at first glance points out the different flavors of our politicians favorite feel good buzz word, but falls way short on an analysis of it in practice. For example, under Fraudulent Elections the editors must have not noticed all the antiRon Paul shenanigans at the Primaries with votes regularly gone missing or changed in favor of Romney, et al. They also don't know about the papertrail lacking black boxes we new use on election day which can be easily hacked and rigged. There also is no section of the practical nature of Democracy whereby with a little propaganda streamed from the tele to the voters they can be told how to vote or made fearful of voting in their best interest. A good example of this is the Monsanto $multi-million campaign in California in the fall of 2012 where millions of Californians were convinced that the transparency in GMO food labeling would cost them hundreds of dollars in the long run so the measure was voted down. At the same time it is an example of how the representative democracy failed in CA, because too many of the elected are reliant on Monsanto campaign contributions to vote in a way that is best for their constituents.
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