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Defending America from Itself

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jan 6, 2021 at 11:20

Compromise of Civil Procedures:

Observer Dave makes for a good argument of being wary of an unbalanced government; that like in America's new protype of governance in Venezuela, dictatorship is now the new rule; think not? It is the platform that was pronounced by Joe Biden's president, the 44th Chief Administrative Executive and now his Senate Chief, Schumer says; it's our way or the highway. Ironic, one of the easier ways to appropriate funding with questionable motives is to bring up omnibus infrastructure. Look at Hitler's autobahn.
Nothing is now going to be restrained from their arrogant imagination; authoritarian governance, once established, like it appears to have been done here, will take too long to die on its own. The Soviet Union took two generations and tens of millions of lives before it died. China, in deference to the Russian collapse, modified its economical approach by appropriating and damaging the American economical platform by appealing to America's elitist rich.
As it has been since the sinking of the Titanic, the economical engine of the American economy has been the middle class, compromised by the rich (the banking machine, then [1913] and now [2008-9]) using the government to compromise the accumulation of wealth by the middle class in the appropriation of taxation for abuse by the elitist power brokers (top 1% of America's rich) to keep the government money machine cranking revenues while the middle class and poor are downtrodden. COVID was/is a tool also.
Ever wonder why American treasure and blood has been used since the twentieth century to protect American (read investment overseas) development in places like oil rich Middle East? China learned well since the Boxer Revolution, for they have done it here and the new government is complicit. Dave asks (precognitively): (w)ill the liberal agenda bring us more prosperity, environmental improvement, more freedom, better health, safer streets and a more peaceful world?
From this perspective, his answer is more hopeful thinking than rational: there is more negativity in the way this country was compelled to give up its hard fought liberty; be wary, Neo does not represent the truth in understanding a new world order: predestination in its most prescient approach to a new reality is now unfolding in ways humanity does not expect.
The prospective new government does not have anyway to guarantee a better tomorrow; they're not that smart, no matter how much money they think they have; it is not enough, not even for them. After all, the Chinese are moving in for alternative control; unless the Iranian machine manages to wreck any international hope for everyone else; and what's America going to do? The 46th Administration will have lost that negotiation already: it's predestined.

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