Perhaps, there has never been more an important time to ask: What kind of country do I want to live in, work in, and raise my family in? What kind of America do I believe in?
Families are the building blocks of civilization. They are personal relationships that greatly shape and serve the public good. Strong families make for strong communities. A strong country.
Conversely, family breakdown harms society as a whole. This is why the nuclear family is under relentless attack as a racially biased construct of white- patriarchal-western civilization from American crypto-Marxists.
In 1978, Sociologist Albert Bergesen, attempted to illuminate the pure mass psychosis that erupted in Beijing in May 1966, when Mao Zedong began warning about the rising threat of infiltration by pro-capitalists.
Zealous college students responded by forming the Red Guards, which were charged with finding and punishing enemies of the revolution, real or imagined. The country was practically shut down during the internal purge.
During those years, the Red Guards rooted out any trace they could find- or imagine- of capitalism, foreign influence, or bourgeois values. In practice, this meant that anyone who was successful or accomplished, was suspect, and many professors, intellectuals, and professionals, were imprisoned or executed, creating a vacuum of lost talent, experience and expertise. Over the next few years, tens of millions were persecuted, and hundreds of thousands were murdered.
How could such an orgy of self-destruction have happened? Bergesen noted that there were three features common to most political witch hunts: they arise recklessly quickly, they involve charges of crimes against the nation, and the offenses that lead to charges are often trivial or fabricated. This is what we are seen with Donald Trump, from Hillary Clinton’s FusionGPS Dossier to the allegations of Russian collusion to the House impeachment trials to the Jan6 protest to today’s ridiculous indictments. The Democrats, particularly those in office, political or judicial, have become the new Red Guards.
Americans must open their eyes to what’s happening. They must become aware of reality even though becoming aware of reality, doesn’t always come as a gift. The truth must come out that we are living in the beginning of a dystopian future. But like Miguel Cervantes once said, “the truth most persevere and does not break; it always walks over the lies like oil on water”
It was the Greek philosopher Aristotle himself, who once said, that our senses simply capture the image of the outside world as a whole. In this sense, we will only see the truth when there is a clear willingness on our part to do so, because that is when our mind truly connects with everything that surrounds it and everything that is being revealed to us.
Achieving this is not easy. It takes determination, intuition, a critical mind and, above all, courage to see situations and circumstances as they really are and not as we would like them to be. We must also overcome our political biases.
People often refuse to see things as they really are for many different reasons: for fear of seeing themselves as they really are, for fear of having to face the truth, for fear of having been wrong. This psychological resistance is a mental obstacle: a fence that acts as defense mechanism but it must be overcome.
But the truth is the truth. Don’t turn your face away. Once you’ve seen, you can no longer act like you don’t know. Open your eyes to the truth. It’s all around you. Don’t deny what the eyes to your soul have revealed to you. Our country is steadily marching towards a full blown tyranny at the hands of a corrupt political establishment and the useful idiots that support them.
Now that you know, you cannot feign ignorance. Now that you’re aware of the problem, you cannot pretend you don’t care. To be concerned is to be human. To act is to care. To do nothing is suicide.