posted on Mar, 7 2011 @ 12:23 PM
I agree that the world appear to be getting better but only in small terms...
Sure there is more education but the world is still in turmoil.
The Middle East is raging with war and deceit, Israel, Gaza, Iraq, Afghanistan, ect.
Then you have protests that turn out violent whether the aggressors are the protestors or (more likely) the government.
Really, the media depicts small snippets of disasters, they keep us informed but Americans themselves are too apathetic or lazy to do anything.
Individuality is our country's greatest pride and vice. We are so fixed on ourselves, our futures, facebook, tv, video games, parties, ect. More
people probably know more about Jersey Shore or what they're doing on the weekend than about why the # we're still in Iraq. I'm sorry for
fear-mongering but isn't it obvious this is the calm just before the storm? Natural Disasters, Protests, America (A #ing chicken coup we call a
country), National Debt, Increasing Unemployment, Dramatic increase for gold and silver bullions, Our country attempting to change from cash money to
credit cards, Corruption in government, Globalization, Deforestation... you get the idea, the list of bad things is as extensive as good things, but I
am anticipating America to experience an economic collaspe, then martial law, then a change to a militant (possibly facist) state, then IT begins.
Honestly Americans aren't happy or passive based on the sole reason of contentment. There is fluoride in our water, America is being drugged up the
ass, Schools and the Police are going great lengths to control and scare the younger generations. How are you so sure conformity, law abidance, and
finding a job to successfully live in society isn't just a rigged game by the wealthy? How does increased paywages this decade as opposed to others
deny the fact that America is growing in debt and will hit rock bottom soon (A Depression much worse than the last)? How are Americans happier when so
many people are on anti-depressants, ADD pills, and other substances? America is a junkie. We indulge in anything we like too much and we may be
temporarily satisfied by it, but I see a bleak future... We aren't pulling out of fossil fuels yet. We have invented cars that can run on
hydrogen/water, but its not going to make any progress until the Oil barons sucked the planet dry of the precious resource. We have not transitioned
to renewable energy sources. We are controlled by a small elite group of the wealthy and they have formed plans and are carrying them out, they want
power, they hate losing too much money. When all the wealth of a nation is pooled into a small minority, leaving the vast majority in relative
poverty, they are going to do something to keep the system the way it is and exploit it any way to benefit from it.
That's just my thoughts on the world's current status. It is pessimist, but natural, social, and economic declination (decadence of society) leads
to overall decline. History time and ago proves this. The Roman Empire did not stand the test of time, nor did the Third Reich, nor shall America...
BUT as time linearly progresses, those who are in power will learn the mistakes from the last and eventually create either a beautiful world built on
peace, truth, freedom, and justice, or a destroyed world build on fear, persecution, obedience, and socialism.