For the people who don’t know, the Federal Election Commission (FEC) is an American organization that, over the years and in various incarnations, has pursued a singular object: the safety and security of America by eliminating enemies and the grossly incompetent from government.
How does the FEC work?
The FEC works in cooperation with Party Presidents and the government to review Congressional candidates for enemy players attempting to participate in a Political Take-Over (PTO) of our great nation. We also help gather volunteer voters to help stop PTOers from getting elected. These voters are the greatest of American patriots, willingly giving up their votes for the greater good of us all by participating in an Anti-political Take-Over (ATO).
So what happened on the 25th of July?
This is a complicated answer, so I please ask you dear readers to bear with me.
The massive amount of PTOers sniffing around for Congress indicated a severe threat, so Firo Prochainezo and myself reformed the FEC to counter the PTO threat. We contacted the government and reliable parties who weren’t working with the PTOers.
Together, we formed a plan to coordinate on election night, the 25th, to keep PTOers out of Congress. As many of you are aware, the vast majority of these PTOers ran on the RLC ballot. Now some people (meaning chickensguy and Ajay Bruno) will tell you that they aren’t PTOers and they aren’t working against America with our enemy, but the facts don’t lie. Serbs are the enemy and these people let more Serbs into the eUSA: ipso facto, they themselves are enemies.
So what went wrong?
To summarize, each of the four other parties (USWP, AMP, inci, and Feds) were to submit their list of candidates to the FEC so we could ensure there were no other threats on those ballots and so we could organize ATO voting on election day based on a set of rules agreed upon by all the parties.
However, there seemed to be some issues with a particular party. AMP political officer Haliman originally submitted a list for the AMP. That list turned out to be incorrect and so the FEC Directors attempted to obtain a correct list.
Unfortunately, even though all 3 other parties had submitted lists, Haliman failed to provide a new list until the night of the 23rd, which is the last night available for changing candidates which essentially made it impossible for the FEC and other parties to effectively coordinate placements and review candidates for threats with the AMP.
To make matters worse, AMP PP John Killah himself has explained in his article, that the situation with the AMP extended beyond just this delay in that even the PP wasn’t sure what was the appropriate list of candidates for the election.
Frankly, at that point, Haliman’s stalling and the AMP’s internal confusion muddled up our chances of uniting around candidates. Other parties were suspicious of Haliman’s actions and the AMP was hobbled by their own uncertainty.
Then, on election day, after an argument between Haliman and John Killah, Haliman resigned his post in the AMP. (He has since denied this, but AMP leadership can confirm it did indeed happen because potato134 was appointed to replace him.) So, in addition to stalling the FEC and harming our ATO operations, he walked out at the last minute on the entire deal and further hurt our efforts.
Ultimately, Haliman returned and took over the AMP’s voting program as the only available leadership member, and the combined parties managed to drastically reduce the number of PTO-aligned Congressmen from more than 30 to 15 or less. That’s a significant difference, but sadly it wasn’t enough. Wasted votes and time cost us too many seats in the election.
Even 10 Congressmen can let in well over 100 more Serbs to America. That will make the next attempt to stop them even harder.
While the AMP and Haliman don’t deserve blame for everything that happened, the fact of the matter is, they were responsible for a significant portion of our troubles leading up to the 25th. The plan to pick unity candidates after elections had been continuing for several hours was not our first choice for FEC operations, but Haliman and the AMP stone-walled all other options until it was our only choice.
And then, despite following through on their preferred action, Haliman delayed fulfilling his duties and even when he did so, the list provided to the FEC was incorrect and the confusion caused by this made things that much worse.
And America has suffered for it.
Simply put, we strike out hard. We can’t let PTOers and their allies run unopposed and we need everyone in America to be on-board with ATO efforts to stop them, or within the next few months we’ll be a puppet-state of Serbia.
And none of us want that.
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