See Something? Say Something!

It would seem that a good deal of people still don’t know what’s going on in this country.  And it would seem that the three primary reasons for this situation are: ignorance, apathy, and propaganda.  You either don’t have enough education to know that you should care to learn what’s going on; just don’t care; or you’re being fed information from sources like CNN (Communist News Network) which are distorting the truth to lead you ‘astray’.  (Which is working well!)

Millennials are the brunt of everyone’s humor today, but one can’t blame them too much since the entire education system has been destroyed over several decades.  They get their news input from great places like Facebook and Twitter.  (Which are filtered by weaponized companies.)  If they watch the ‘mainstream media’ they’re getting ‘news’ that has been spun at about 3000 rpm.  So why wouldn’t they be ‘confused’?  Those who actually watch any news have their face focused on the wrong TV stations and buy into the propaganda that is spoon fed to them.

But what about the rest of our country?  What are they doing?  They must see the chaos that is brewing in America.  Yet there are few people that do anything to change the tide of evil.  Their mantra seems to be, “There’s nothing I can do.  And my vote doesn’t count.  Besides, my neighbor votes the same way I do, so why do I need to vote?”  Having a hard time believe this view?  Ask yourself how else we got here!?  Is it no wonder the voting adults in this country only add up to 30%?  Our upcoming midterm may see even less.

Consider our current situation and how long it took us to get here.  Now watch this brief video as an analogy and consider the thinking of your child years from now.  If asked, how would you answer the question, “How could you let this happen to me daddy?”  What evidence would you have to show that you did do something to save our country, anything?

If you’ve been paying attention at all, you should have recognized a great deal of evil behavior developing over the last 10-15 years (or more).  Yet today, people excuse evil by saying:  they’re stupid, they’re crazy, they had a bad upbringing, it was a mistake, they didn’t know better, etc.  Any excuse to dismiss evil has become acceptable today.  A matter of fact, people can’t even describe evil.  Watch just a little of the following video of ‘the interview on the street’ to see how our young adults perceive evil.

This may sound exaggerated, but is it? Are we excusing evil in this country? If we are, what are we going to do about it? Like maybe treat evil like it is evil? And a better question is, if we continue on this path, what will this country be like in 10-20 years? And will you want to be here? Depressing isn’t it?

But what are YOU going to do about changing this country’s direction? At least VOTE?

 

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