So deceptive, so sudden the world was thrust into a tailspin of regrettable decisions. The sheer scope of this great tragedy has pushed mankind almost to the brink of insanity. Governments the world over are trying desperately to combat this plague on two fronts, economically, and medically. The enormous amount of destruction in lives and livelihoods lost due to this scourge that has paralyzed nations around the globe continues.
In memory is where many of us can escape the surrealness of now. For a nation that was founded by the guiding principles of Liberty, Justice, Education, and Morality have all withered by the decay of corruption, deceit, and greed of those who we entrusted to do the publics good. From humble beginnings of a fledging nation to the harsh realities of today the American public have been grossly misled. While some Presidents and members of Congress thought they were moving the country in the right direction only to have the public ill prepared for the consequences of their actions have had lasting effects on every American. Some of those actions taken were designed to deceive the public and entrench a ruling class elite.
While the main stream media is so concerned with Trump and the pending impeachment process, the Fed meanwhile continues to funnel money to Wall Street to the tune of $690 billion a week. Either the media is in collusion with the Fed to keep this information from reaching the general public or they are too preoccupied with Trump, international affairs, and, then again, they could very well be just too blind to see what is actually happening to the economy.
The apprehension of boarding an airplane today is well-founded. Practically everyone associates the fear of flying with a foreboding sense that the plane will actually crash. They may have a valid point, because now, most of the commercial airlines have eliminated two engines on their aircraft. This, for the sake of cutting fuel costs, has jeopardized passenger safety. A prime example occurred in January of 2009, when a commercial jet with only two engines both shut down during ascent which forced that plane to make a miraculous landing in the Hudson River. Had there been four engines mounted, the decibel level would have been loud enough to scare birds and other foul farther away, so that what caused that engine failure wouldn't have happened. Only through the skill and knowledge of the pilot and crew, a tragedy was adverted.