a reply to: Ksihkehe
it's not even about Trump, although at this point if democrats get the presidency, it's game over. i'm not from the US, so i couldn't vote, and i'm
not 100% certain Trump's plan, whatever it is, is good for the people in the long run. what's obvious is that democratic plan is even worse. but
that's all conspiracy-level material, and with over 20k troops in DC and noone knowing WTF is going on there, it's all speculation.
all we can do is make decisions based on logical, unbiased thinking. the clip i've posted addresses media bias and the possible consequences, and
that's just one side of the coin. Kevin Sorbo points out some hypocrisy related to that as well.
the thing is, they're pointing out how certain events are wrong for the people in general, regardless which side they're supporting. something may
seem fine right now, but turn against the other side later on. those in power, especially corporations, don't really care about picking sides, they
care about their own agendas. society as a whole should do the same - care about their own well being, regardless of which side you've voted on,
because if there's a division as a result of one power or the other taking some action, that action tries to strip you of your choice, because one of
the choices will make you a target. that shouldn't be tolerated and cannot be tolerated.
it's enough that people can hate each other for the choices made - it can be fixed, but the healing process can take some time. what can't be fixed in
a simple way are corporations creating such division and manipulating people. corporations, media, politicians, anyone that has some sort of power and
abuses it to further own agenda.
people should stand together, regardless which side they've voted on, because solving those problems won't be easy and requires cooperation. for that
to happen though, logical, unbiased discussion is a prerequisite. otherwise people will just go deeper into the sh.tstorm they're in.