A Country Divided
The United States is being run by a syndicate that controls every aspect of not only our economy but the social structure of our nation The irony of this is that the public remains oblivious to what is going on behind the halls of government. Too many are unaware of what is actually happening to their lives and livelihoods. If the public continues to succumb to a false sense of security that is being projected, the reshaping of America will eventually destroy the very core of our original founding. We have been indoctrinated to accept what is happening to our lives as there is nothing, we can do to change to outcome of what is now an American travesty.
When our youth can't equate that 2+2=4 or 9x9=81 and substitute the lack of quality in our educational system for mis directed set of priorities that have been preordained to purposely undermine this nation one has to wonder if the US has a future at all. What we see and read has been all programed to support an agenda for the direct purpose to steer society in a direction not of our choosing. The realization of this has to be a priority if the United States ever wants to regain its stature as a true Democratic Republic that we were at the turn of the 20th century.
There is a way to regain our heritage and shed the yolk of oppression that has been cast over our whole society by an organization that is steering the world into an era far removed from the hopes and dreams of millions all around the world. To achieve this is no easy task but a necessary movement toward a restructuring of our priorities has to begin. It is through education and not dictation that will remove the oppression that has been controlling the direction this nation has been heading for decades.
It is in this decade that will either tip the scale toward tyrannical rule or regain our true identity as a democratic republic. The choice is clear, but what we are faced with is an unresponsive public who have been indoctrinated in false ideologies. It is these false ideologies that have turned the American public into accepting a new normal that is running rampant thru our whole society.
To change the direction our nation is heading requires that we have to accept the fact that our way of life is radically changing. Changing in a direction away from what our founding fathers envisioned. The democratic principles that are the bedrock of our founding Liberty, Justice, Morality and Education have all succumbed to the will of a syndicate that has corrupted the virtues of our nation.
It is necessary that a reorganization and reform of governmental institutions has to begin to avoid more serious consequences of not reforming our government and the institutions that coincide with government bureaucracy. We also have to realize that we really don't control our own destiny. And it is to that end that by educating the public that only a National Economic Reform agenda is vital to turn this nation away from the tight grip of corruption that has engulfed this nation and avoid the disastrous effect of not ushering in National Economic Reform's Ten Articles of Unification.
America, as I remember has always been a beacon of hope and salvation for troubling souls from every corner of the globe. For over one hundred years the United States stood for as the land of equal opportunity. Where anyone could aspire to achieve a better quality of life. For all those who are willing to work hard the steps of the upward mobility ladder were free to climb. A far cry from the reality of today. The steps of the upward mobility ladder are now almost impossible to find, cluttered under an avalanche of false hopes and insurmountable obstacles.
Life in the United States where those limitless days of golden opportunities to actually experience the American Dream have now withered and died. Could our society rebel against a government who remain clueless about the millions of destitute citizens who live in squalor in practically every city across the US? It is said that people don’t revolt just because times are bad. Bad times have written perilous chapters in the history of every economy. Yet, revolution is still comparatively rare. People revolt when times seem hopeless, when populations feel so cheated by government’s actions or inactions that the risk of losing everything for standing against authority seems but a minor concession.
What we are seeing in America today is a methodic orchestrated move toward societies shift to third world status. We may have not breached that state of hopelessness and despair here, at least not yet. But so many of us do feel cheated, and increasingly so. The government officials we have elected over the past two decades have done more to divide our country than in any period in our history. Those magnificent most benevolent "Wizards" of state have continued to have ushered in policies, issued mandates, and passed laws that have done more harm to destroy the hopes and aspirations of millions of Americans. It is all these decrees passed down through Washington that have robed us of our patrimony and usurped our liberties in a way that typified a totalitarian state rather than a nation of democracy as was intended by our founding fathers and our Constitution. To compound all that has transpired the Supreme Court has had a hand in undermining the American society as well with its decisions stemming from the 1962 ruling that struck down voluntary prayer in schools.
Today, we find ourselves in precarious circumstances in our country, though like the ostrich, most of us including far, too many in Washington D.C. have our heads in the sand. We have accumulated a level of debt that is double the world’s entire GDP. Unprecedented in the annuals of history. Currently, there is no way the United States will ever be able to eliminate that debt. One out of every four Americans now lives in poverty. Remember when LBJ launched the war on poverty? Well, apparently, all things considered, we lost. Today, more than two thirds of our country's population, according to the Census Bureau, is either “poor” or “low income”. It is a sad commentary and a real irony for a country that trumpets the abundance of wealth and equal opportunity.
A nation that once held the number one ranking in educational standards in math and science today our educational system doesn't even figure in the top twenty of all the industrialized nation in the world. When factored in our dismal educational system it is only exasperating the nation's unemployment and underemployment crisis. We have systemic joblessness in America today. In the more than three years since the Great Recession’s end, some end we have yet to recoup the millions of jobs lost between 2007 and 2009 let alone the millions and millions more that were shifted overseas from 1994 on. Many will never come back because technology has made them redundant. And those that are returning highlight one of the reasons revolutions arise: economic desperation. Over 75% of the created jobs today so far are not middle-class wage earning but of poverty level incomes. When so many people fail to see any economic gain or are deprived the means to a better quality of life are preludes to revolution.
Could these continuing economic undertones ignite a second American Revolution? The handwriting is already on the wall. In more and more instances people are being thrust into a cycle of diminished opportunities with so little hope of ever being able, like our national debt, to ever climb out of the abyss that they have already fallen into. Modern America is rife with simmering discord. An emergence of a two-class society. Remember the Occupy Movement were factions gathered to voice discord with the displaced ideologies that have prevailed rendering societies helpless against the assault of governmental policies that have only created the largest wealth disparity gap in history.
Yet, our path toward a second revolution is lined with preludes and flash points that have fomented histories most significant revolutions. The American experience has afforded us the greatest economic expansion and our nation's finest hours from 1941 all the way till the 1980. Now, we are within reach of the end of our economic dominance. It seems that this nation is susceptible to the same turbulence and rolling over of governments as other nations the world over. The preludes and flash points of discontent are clearly visible here in the good old USA.
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