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America's Troubles with "Wokism' Symptomatic of Government Excesses Being Manipulated to Spite 'We the People'

Reader comment on item: Will Americans Learn What Israelis Already Know?
in response to reader comment: The anti-intellectualism of woke inhibits progress

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Aug 16, 2022 at 19:11

Pursuing reader Dave's line of perception of the government having been infiltrated with faux intellectualism in order to get the people disoriented in fear of a world that appears to be moving towards a centralized governance based upon ideologies that are contraindicative to the American Constitutional form of government of the free citizen. The United States has been under attack from a very long time ago and it has not ceased from being the bane of the true American citizen. Ironically, the government itself became the target, then the perpetrator, once it was realized the American citizenry was not all that easy to compromise in independence; but the government could.
As it currently appears, there seems to be a dearth of competent political actors for providing protections and having those persons provide their enforcement. That being the case, getting American help in the Middle East is questionable and worse, not necessarily all that desirable given the current administration.


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