Czech presidential election: Urban areas are cancer

The first round of Czech elections gave the 2 candidates Miloš Zeman and Jiří Drahoš for the second round of election.

The first one being Euro-skeptic and against massive non-white immigration, the latter being pro-EU, pro-euro and pro non white immigration.

It is worth noting that Drahoš has a campaign budget 7 times higher than Zeman (where does that money comes from?). Yet Zeman has a clear advantage in the first round. So the second round can’t be won for truth and reality. In any case, the president having very limited power in Czech Republic, that is not the real take away here. What is interesting is how people vote depending on the regions. Let’s compare it to the 2016 US electoral map by county:

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An image is worth a thousand words… The urban and rural areas are completely disconnected. And in this context, democracy makes absolutely no sense. Especially when people in both camps want to take radically different policies.

So what makes up that difference?

From leftist perspective, the answer is simple: People in big cities are more educated than people from the country.

From a realistic perspective: The people in the country tend to have more manual or “outside jobs”. They work with the soil. They build stuff. They have a functioning community: fraternity, solidarity… They are in touch with reality. They directly talk to one another.

While for people in cities, the reality is Netflix and Facebook. The brainwashing machines of the globalist agenda.

You choose which scenario suits you best. I will leave it with this quote from Ronald Reagan:

“It is not that our liberal friends are ignorant… it is just that they know so much that isn’t so”

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