Coalition of the Dependent
Today’s political atmosphere brings forth a series of questions besides anxiety for those totally engrossed in the process. If we were asked what feelings dominate, what passion motivates us, compels, forces and urges us to seek change, it is this: indignation. The general consensus among sane, country loving Americans grows more cynical every day. The ambiance being created within our own respective parties degrades the process and is making the more educated voter turn away from it. The monopolization of both political parties by a handful of establishment know it alls, on the payroll of lobbyists, major contributors and the snookered by professional protestors is in today’s society becoming rampant. Great traditions, constitutional clarity and modesty are being regarded as useless appendages. The political equivalent of our appendix.
The same vulgarity, bluffing and every conceivable kind of exaggeration feeds like parasites on our national sense of the America the beautiful we were once raised to believe in. Our country is being created to be a flabby, disordered, undisciplined, ignorant, stupid, contemptuous nation, against our creator and filled with hatred for the beauty of a United States we have strived for. The misguided public taste emerging today as the solution to national and international fiascos is what Inspires our indignation and revolt against the establishment status quo.
This election year it seems we have reached a stage of the conscious evolution in which as a nation, the silent majority consciously or not is striving to break away from this inner anguish without yet having found a viable solution. We find all declared candidates are flawed. The establishment is aggressively seeking to slip in the candidate of their choice feeding him/her as the “viable solution”. What we the electorate need to understand is, it is “THEIR” self preservation solution; to maintain a status quo no longer working in principle for the better interest of our nation.
Donald Trump, like it or not has opened Pandoras Box. The once exclusive domain of the professional political hucksters sucking the tit of the American taxpayer has been exposed. False modesty serves no purpose. Political theatrical giants are seen as the flat chested brokers not worth watching leading the fanciful parade. Has beens monopolize news broadcasts meant to herd us back to our past belief systems. “Trust us” does not have the same ding of clarity when political objectives in relation to actual accomplishments clearly shows failure. World wide as a nation we have abandoned our leadership role. Evident, as turmoil reeks across every land.
At home, tolerance of insubordination from new immigrants, concerted efforts to usurp our religious beliefs, our acceptance of foreign religions demeaning women, castigating homosexuals, changing our God through Sharia Law and accepting religious law brought forth to violate human sanctity is the new politically correct version of who we have become. Sudden realization of the long past time to react conundrum, brings us in direct confrontation to the implication of a Trump candidacy.
Perhaps millions object to Trumps insensitivity, the question remains ; at what point will America react to being guided down the path towards a non reversible direction of who we were founded to be? At what point will we as citizens realize our elected leaders are interested in self, re-election, life time income and the joys of being seen as clairvoyants capable of charting our path towards a better life? All of these are false. The socialistic society some candidates are bringing forward as the panacea has over millenniums clearly defined itself as a failure. Yet, humanity seeks to bring back this evil generationally. There continues to be a belief government running your life works. Human nature dictates free will, our problem stems from not knowing what to do with Gods gift of free will.
Bringing these observations together, clearly defines the Trump conundrum which coincides with our time of consternation, it coincides with our will to regress to the original definition of freedom, of national greatness, of world leadership through personal perseverance and of dependence on self. Trump proceeds through historical recollection and reminds us our nation is gradually being destroyed. Political correctness may have bearing on current representatives getting re-elected but has a debilitating, negative affect on who we are becoming. Freedom cannot exist without an aware electorate to preserve it. The answer to our indignation dilemma is us.