“Elections are Fixed and US Created ISIS,” Rage Against The Machine Bassist Let’s Them Have It

 

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John Vibes | The Free Thought Project

Rage Against the Machine bassist Tim Commerford recently spoke about ISIS, electoral politics and conspiracy theory with Rolling Stone Magazine.

When asked about his views on current events, Commerford responded by saying “I’m a conspiracy theorist, so you don’t really want to get me started on this.”

After his warning, he delved into talking about politics and how both parties are funded by the same ruling class.

He also explained why he doesn’t vote, saying that “campaigns are all funded by the same corrupt corporations that accept the same favors.”

“It’s all bullshit.They’re not the ones calling the shots. Whether it’s the heads of the corporations or the military guys that have been in there for 30 years, there’s no president coming in every four years and telling those motherf*ckers what to do,” he said.

He also said that he believes that Trump was put into the recent election to help Bush win.

“I’ll tell you what’s going to happen right now,” he said. “(Trump) has united these racist people in America to focus on immigration and at the last minute — mark my words — he’s going to drop out and he’s going to hand the sword over to Jeb [Bush], and Jeb will get all the supporters that Trump has,” he said.


“It’ll probably be another eight years of Bush, which sucks, but I don’t know that that’s any different than eight years of Obama. It’s a bunch of bullsh*t just like, ‘I’m going to get out of Afghanistan and pull the troops out of Iraq,’” he added.

Commerford also explained his views on ISIS, which he believes to be a government-backed terrorist group which was designed to instigate war.

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  • Leon Bonta

    he is so right….

  • Leland Whitehouse

    I tend to agree. I studied the numbers in the last General election & they were not wright. In fact they were way off. I basically compared the numbers Obama received in his first term vs. the second election results. Americans black & white & brown had turned against him yet, where did all those votes come from ???

  • Crazytrain

    Rage against the machine’s music is all about victimhood and their lead singer, Zach De laroach looks like emaciated rat.

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  • it’s a sign of political disengagement when celebs equate voting with quadrennial presidential rodeo. ignore this fool and vote local every chance you get.

    • moresnare1970

      Voting locally is a bit different than voting for who will be the potus. He’s right when it come to voting for the potus. The fix is always in.

    • Jaykid

      ^^^ignore this asshole that loves and believe that our government isn’t capable of such horrendous accusations

  • Jess

    Just because you want a secure border makes you a racist? I call bullshit on that. Trumps a joke so is Bush, in no way do I hope your right. I will always vote no matter the hype. Plus, if you don’t vote your just as bad as they so-call rigging of elections.

    • BiteMyShinyMetalAss

      A secure border is very important. Unfortunately it’s so far down the list on what SHOULD be important to the intelligent American public. However it does seem to be extremely high on the list of people who have/share racist views.

      • Jess

        I don’t believe the article was about the top issues intelligent Americans believe in. So , not sure what your getting at.
        However, I still call bullshit, when anyone says a word about secure border all you have is the word racist.

  • Micheal Woods

    I totally agree with everything he’s saying! If voting works then how did Bush Jr. Win the election when he basically just jumped on tv and said “America needs a commander in cheif and i’m that man” give or take a few words but he stole the election and no one sees that that isn’t democracy?! Hell when you resite the pledge of allegiance it says plain as day “for the republic inwhich it stands”! We have a government issue and too many dumb asses out for themselves!

    • Wesley Wenhold

      white Anglo Saxons were here first that’s already been proven idiot! they found artifacts and human remains that pre date natives being here. and natives aren’t from the USA they came here on the ice bridge from Alaska. they are Eskimos. thats fact. and the spanish came over and wiped out the aztecs in mexico and rapped their women which made mexicans. and then the spanish not mexicans came over to the usa and killed idians and stole the land from them and called it mexico. so read a fucking book idiot. plus mexicans didnt own all of the usa just a few states cali, texas, arizona, just some southwestern states and thats it.

  • Democracy Forever

    We should all be Raging Against the Machine. De-clothe your local CEO today!