Updated: Dec 9, 2022
This past Tuesday the National Association of Preppers (NAP) held their parallel prepper government elections. Within a couple of days, the results were tallied; each candidate and constituent knew what the results were, unlike what the nation saw with the United States General Election recently.
As seen in Arizona, Nevada and Colorado national and state elections were delayed, slowed down by what some see as impropriety, deception and fraud. However, the Machination Times is not here to report that. We are more interested on what is important should the world fall into an oblivion and chaos ensue. We are concerned with who will be our leaders in the prepping community when that happens.
Our reporter was able to catch up to James Hughes, the head of the NAP to ask how his organization holds nationwide elections without all the issues our government has.
“First of all, we aren’t the government. It is easy when you’re not ran by a bunch of selfish, self-serving, bloated, pork wasting, career politicians. If you don’t have those qualities, you can get anything done smoothly. We keep it old school – election day with paper ballots; that is it. I hate to say it, but the French run their elections the same way we do. But they got elections right.”
This is not the first time there have been election controversies, the 2020 United States General Election brought plenty of issues and still causes arguments to this day.
Hughes went on to criticize 2020 as well. “You would think that election commissions have these figured out by now. But with these government types greedy for influence and power are running elections, there will be nothing that changes. The reason our elections run so smoothly is that we keep it simple – one day, one ballot. Period.”
We were told there have never been any controversy or lawsuits that has resulted from the elections held by NAP; there is nothing in media and court records to indicate otherwise.