The American people are fed up with with Political Correctness driven by a Liberal agenda to silence those who do not agree with said agenda.
The idea that a majority of white people are racists is the marxist tactic used to divide and conquer.
America has a long practice of interfering in the politics of other sovereign nations in order to push the American agenda. This tactic is now being used against us. Our country as with any will not stand divided and yet our political class pursue an Us vs. Them agenda.
As long as the political class keeps the citizenry divided, they will not rise up and demand those elected to serve, actually do something they campaign on. The lack of accountability for the Political elite is the first crack in America’s Democracy.
Where is Lena Dunham with regards to actual woman’s right violations in America? While Lena parades around Hillary Clinton in her custom outfits, Muslim women in America and around the world …
Source: Progressives Choose Fear of Islamophobia over Women’s Rights
Everyone knows what we have been taught as to what the meaning of Christmas is, and I’m generally not a Debbie downer type, but over the years I have grown to loathe Christmas.
What I see throughout the holiday season is not peace on earth and all things cozy. What I see as Christmas in America, is a society turning into a band of greedy, angry, impatient roaming hordes of shoppers.
Everywhere I have gone this holiday season I’ve witnessed people looking stressed out.
At what point did Christmas become all about getting stuff? The idea that you do not have a good Christmas unless you get that “perfect” gift for that “special” someone? What happens if you don’t get that gift? If the perfect gift turns out to not be what they really wanted and they return it to the store then what did you actually do? Why not just give people money and let them pay off a bill or buy what they really want? If we did that then we’d be considered by some as not really caring. Doesn’t it seem that if ones degree of love is measured upon how much time and money is spent in purchasing a gift that perhaps we’ve got a rather skewed idea of love and caring is all about.
Marketing experts incorporate the techniques of Sigfield and Freud to create this gift giving frenzy based on the idea that the act of gift giving is a demonstration of how much you love or care for another. Brilliant marketing stradegy for retailers as the puppets turn out in droves, stacking their carts and arms full of over priced things that must be perfect in all ways.
I am not sure how, but I will make it my resolution to try to change the hearts and minds of people I know without little kids to look at ways to bring real joy and hope to people on Christmas. One of the best stories in my opinion to help people remember what it is supposed to be about, the story of Scrooge.
At the malls and various stores there are the bell ringers fundraising for the Salvation Army and the Angel trees with a tag listing a child in need and what they may need or want for Christmas, these are good but very impersonal to me. The child in need perhaps would be better served by helping his or her parent find a job, or improve their job skills through training. The holidays are a very hard time on poor families and people that are alone, but a present no matter how well intended provides only a brief feeling of happiness that quickly fades when one only looks around and see’s that their life is still the same struggle and no closer to the life they hope to have for themselves or their children.
The materialism of Christmas doesn’t do anything to improve the lives of people it only serves now to increase the bank accounts and profit margins of retailers.
I’ve decided I need to share my thoughts and opinions on a variety of topics and believe it is important that every person finds an outlet for their thoughts… This is mine now my rules:
On Politics, Religion etc. I must be upfront and inform everyone, that I am not at all interested in your opinions about my opinions no matter how wonderful you think they are. I am old enough and wise enough to know that most people do not care what I think about the topics I blog about. I don’t have a theme or a product to sell, but find that the illusion that my thoughts, opinions and possibly occasional incoherent rants are therapeutic for once I write and post then I have one less thing swirling around inside my head to ponder.