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A short compilation of rant-able quotes
Consider the politics of Julian Assange, open information, he discovered we live in a time where the mere presentation of the truth is a criminal act.  Where the perpetual selection of the lesser of two evils has lead to a government that is evil.  Assange has shown us through wikileaks that lies are made to sound truthful and murder is respectable, thank you for your service.
…that is the nature of politics: poly, meaning more than one, and ticks, meaning blood-sucking parasites.Kinky Friedman, attributed by him to “some guy in Corpus” Quoted in Taylor, Michael Ray (October 11, 2007). “Poly-Ticks as Unusual”. Nashville Scene.
Sadly faith based religion permeates politics. The private relationship between Man and God is forced upon others through politics.  This puts us in a situation where the faithful force us all to ignore the very real threats of global warming, nuclear war and disinformation.
There is no room for discussing the overpopulation that causes global warming or the outmoded tax laws that encourage the militarization of our economy. A rational discourse is impossible due to the mind bending control perpetuated by Google and Government agencies. The situation so dire a quarter of our leaders believe government is run by an elite satanic group of paedophiles and man made climate change is not real.
The problems we face seem insurmountable, an overpopulated world of warfare and environmental degradation compounded by our life of total illusion and fantasy. 
As a civilization we have tried many forms of politics and we have ended up with that form of democracy known as One Man, One Vote. Sadly the one man is now a corporation and only that one man gets the votes that matters. 
Links to Mark Twain writes to the person sitting in darkness? and White mans burden.
Such are the times, that the mere presentation of a report can be a political act.
Huma Yusuf, Missing rights (04 May, 2020), Dawn
 Politics: the art of convincing decent people to forget the lesser of two evils is also evil.
Edward Snowden, Twitter June 11, 2016
 Religious ideas, supposedly private matters between man and god, are in practice always political ideas.
Christopher Hitchens, The Monarchy: A Critique of Britain’s Favourite Fetish (1990), Chatto Counterblasts.
 According to Chomsky, the Doomsday Clock setting at 100 seconds to midnight is based upon: (1) global warming (2) nuclear war and (3) disinformation, or the collapse of any kind of rational discourse. As such, number three makes it impossible to deal with the first two major problems. Along those lines, within the Republican Party there’s virtually a disappearance of any pretense of rational discourse. Twenty-five (25%) percent of Republicans believe the government is run by an elite satanic group of pedophiles. Seventy percent (70%) of Republicans believe that the election was stolen. Only fifteen percent (15%) of Republicans believe that global warming is a serious problem. Therein lies an insurmountable problem to solving the main issues that continually tick the clock ever closer to a disaster scenario that will likely be unprecedented in the annals of warfare and environmental degradation. As a result, Chomsky says: “We’re living in a world of total illusion and fantasy…. Unless this is dealt with soon, it’ll be impossible to deal with the two major issues within the time span that we have available, which is not very long.”
A World of Total Illusion and Fantasy: Noam Chomsky on the Future of the Planet, Robert Hunziker, CounterPunch (12 July 2021)
 Ankh-Morpork had dallied with many forms of government and had ended up with that form of democracy known as One Man, One Vote. The Patrician was the Man; he had the Vote.
Terry Pratchett, Mort (2009), p. 184