posted on Dec, 1 2012 @ 02:03 AM
san bernadino is an example of what america does abroad being done at home.
it is an example of when a government has completely lost it's morality, its sense of right and wrong and its humanity.
it is capitalism as practised by america at its finest and observed by a cuban revolutionary hero when he said:
"There is a great difference between free-enterprise development and revolutionary development. In one of them, wealth is concentrated in the hands
of a fortunate few, the friends of the government, the best wheeler-dealers. In the other, wealth is the people’s patrimony"
this same cuban revolutionary said:
"This is not a matter of how many pounds of meat one might be able to eat, or how many times a year someone can go to the beach, or how many
ornaments from abroad one might be able to buy with his current salary. What really matters is that the individual feels more complete, with much more
internal richness and much more responsibility.
and he warned:
"The laws of capitalism, blind and invisible to the majority, act upon the individual without his thinking about it. He sees only the vastness of a
seemingly infinite horizon before him. That is how it is painted by capitalist propagandists, who purport to draw a lesson from the example of
Rockefeller—whether or not it is true—about the possibilities of success. The amount of poverty and suffering required for the emergence of a
Rockefeller, and the amount of depravity that the accumulation of a fortune of such magnitude entails, are left out of the picture, and it is not
always possible to make the people in general see this."
this was said over 40 years ago. so the decline of america can't be pointed to one act in history, but the accumulation of an history of criminal
and immoral conduct, sabotaging and vilifying an economic system, that is fair in theory, but perverted by evil and greed by those in power.