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Eye opener for October 15, 2023

If you live in a nation where so many people are either oblivious or complicit to acts of aggression or all our war, your nation's leaders are getting away with murder, both literally and figuratively.

And, if your nation can commit what is arguably the most extreme and/or egregious acts that come along with war, what are they getting over on you? America went to war in Afghanistan under questionable circumstances. The fact that 15 of the 19 hijackers on 9/11 were from Saudi Arabia begs the question as to why we went to war with Afghanistan but not Saudi Arabia? The fact that we went to war with Iraq based on a known lie about weapons of mass destruction and no one has even been investigated for this crime begs the following question: if they can get away with murdering millions of people for 18 years in Iraq and 20 years in Afghanistan, what malicious acts are they committing against me and my loved ones?

Let that sink in for a moment. Will American presidents (at least since WWII) have gone to war when Congress is the only U..S. authority that can commit the United States to war. This means that all modern presidents (except Trump) have been war criminals. This means that those American citizens born in the year 2000 lived in a country that fought wars more than it sought peace.

In a country in which homelessness, poverty, crime, habitate degradation and more are growing at alarming rates and its leadership prioritizes bombing citizens of other nations over helping citizens of their own nation, how much can those leaders truly care about anyone at home or abroad. When American leadership calls for more censorship, how can they be seen as leaders who care about the voices of those they represent? For, when has censorship been a tool utilized by anyone who wasn't a tyrant and was in the right side of history?

When leadership claims Christianity as providing their moral compass before they decide to drop bombs, sanction sovereign nations and force Democracy against the will of the people can that leadership be considered anything but hypocritical, immoral and malevolent? Looking at their records pertaining to war and peace, how often did Bush, Clinton, Obama prioritize peace over war?

In 2018, I also write a book that now only detailed the problems we would face with the power, wealth and control being vacuumed up by the elites, my book provided solutions (from myself and others) to the inevitable problems and also a means for the Public to analyze, compare and contrast the words and deeds of those we choose to follow against reality. In my book Solutions: Enough complaining. Let's fix America.

I provide a means for the reader to disseminate the information provided by their news sources, their elected officials and anyonr they choose to follow. In Solution, I offer the read the means to hold their leaders up, not just to a higher standard than is currently accepted but to one that will improve their lives and the lives of those they care for.

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