Saturday, April 13, 2013

Wagging the Dog Yet Again

Here we go again; America wagging the dog, Korean style.

Any entity which bases its success on the misery and decimation of other people (what the United States has been all about since Day 1) is doomed to failure.

Can't happen soon enough, in my opinion.  Let's face it, the U.S. has had a good run, building itself into the world's superpower at the expense of  - well - everyone on the planet.

Anyhow, between a government that can't be trusted, a populace that can't (seemingly) be educated and an agenda that is clearly not in keeping with intelligent, forward and global thinking, why do we accept the United States as functioning?  It certainly seems to be one of the most violent, unhappy places on the planet.

What astounds me is that we accept this. 

Where's the revolution?  Where's the youth who inherit this disaster and where is their understandable outrage? 

I guess we're all socially autistic, so connected to our devices that our tunnel vision has turned into having the wool pulled over our eyes. 

Ah Americans, what fools.

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