It’s not written in stone yet – Trump’s picks, but this is shaping up for America as bad news and worse news (more of the same, only worse):
Well, at least we’ll all finally get this “show” on the road (towards our annihilation and the extinction of all life on the planet).
But it’s not definite yet, that is to say, who Trump finally picks. So for the rest of you, there is some hope. It may not be that bad (but it probably is).
But here is some good news – it was going to turn out like this anyway. Not only was a new Administration going to make things worse for America, the environment, our habitable future and so forth, a new Administration was going to sustain the elitism, indifference, apathy and failures America has always been known for.
The joke is on us. Always has been. The illusion of choice, the assumption of change, the imaginary safety. All in your head, and it always was.
It’s called hopium in some circles. That constant sucking sound of opiate-addled dreams and fantasies. It’s very much a part of the ‘civilized’ world. It relies upon the incessant destruction of the very fabric of life to sustain itself.
Corbett’s got another article here you should read – Voting is the problem. He even quotes Lysander Spooner. Way to go.
I obviously do not see the world the way a lot of people do. I have always doubted their interpretations and pointed out their disconnects from reality.
We’re going to have a big problem America, but I won’t be the first to tell you that it was already here. Now some of you have (finally) woken up to another slice of the unfolding reality. I have tried for years, decades even, to reveal what that reality actually is (as I see it). The (s)Election popped a lot of bubbles in America. It’s a start, but only that.
The world of tomorrow will not be like the world of today. We’ll plunder what’s left – hope, dreams, ambitions and as always, leave a discarded wreckage of waste in our wake. Yeah, I’m talking about you and the planet we live on. We’re going to see a new side to reality, which says an awful lot about us, who we are, what our civilization actually is and what we do to stay alive.
It’s not hopeful.
I prepared for this years ago. Did you?