Now here’s a twisted sentiment.
In short: don’t vote (it won’t accomplish anything), don’t trust anyone (no politician ever utters truth) and advocate anarchism (because a lack of government is clearly the answer to all of America’s political, social, and economic problems).
This message is courtesy of the ‘Vote for Nobody Campaign,’ a group who calls themselves anti-political—a bit redundant if you ask me. This graphic appears to be their official logo. Apparently lending itself to graffiti art, its gained popularity with the walls and buildings of various U.S. cities.
I might like the man best. The faceless image—Nobody!—adds a nice touch, I think.
Supporters of the ‘Vote for Nobody Campaign’ truly believe that leadership will always do more harm than good, that all government is bad government, and above all, that anarchy is the only method to freedom. It’s all just so far-fetched. I can’t imagine when this campaign thinks the U.S. Government is ever going to fashion itself on a model of anarchy. With an end goal this out-of-reach, the campaign’s arguments are pointless.
The following is an excerpt from The Anti-Electorate Manifesto, (www.anti-politics.ws) otherwise known as the Bible to these hopelessly disillusioned believers.
Maybe I’m not cynical enough, but I still stand by voting, even if it’s for no other reason than to say you stood for something. These people and this campaign—they’re standing for nothing.
To learn more about the ‘Vote For Nobody Campaign’—and to read everything they don’t stand for—visit their website at www.anti-politics.ws/faq.