Voters elect members of parliament to make laws and decisions on their behalf. This means that candidates who get elected, should follow the wishes of the people who voted for them.
The majority of voting citizens, if they knew the truth, would want their elected representatives to do what is best for the country and its citizens. They would not favour candidates who disregard the national interests, and follow instead, the rules of those at the global level who have decided what each country and its citizens should be doing. Global organisations like the United Nations and similar other entities, were not elected by the voters of the country; thus, they should have no say in matters of domestic policies – whether financial, business, manufacturing, health, lifestyle or any other area.
As Australians prepare to vote for their representatives to the 47th Parliament, next month, they need to keep in mind that they cast their ballots for those who truly care for the country – the patriots. They need to cast off the traitors; those who are under the influence of agendas that are dictated by some unelected global masters.
Last year, Tim Gielsen, in his documentary MONOPOLY – Who owns the world? explained how a small group of elites control the world.
Now, this documentary by Jonas Nilsson, explains how the global financial elite influence society via the World Economic Forum. It is a reminder about the power brokers who are making the decisions that will negatively impact your life, and that of your country. But you and your fellow citizens did not elect them.
The Power Brokers You Never Elected