Political discourse without the spin.
“It’s Not Political, It’s Just Life” was designed to create a discourse on the events of the world. Just think, a few years ago, premium gas was around $2.50/gal. After going all the way to just under $5.00, that price has returned again. And as soon as it did, the ‘suits’ were looking for a way to take it back up. The public had money for Christmas for the first time in years with the gas prices so low, but we weren’t supposed to have that much breathing room. The wheels started turning – how can we take that extra money back from the public? By January, they had a solution. Let’s release another virus!
In addition to the current events of the world, it once was safe to go to the beach at night, and our small businesses were flourishing. Now we have burglars so bold, they’ll take a minivan and drive through plate glass windows to get what they want, in stores that they wouldn’t even go into a few years ago. Today, we are subject to an oligarchy that even President Obama can’t go up against. The zombies on television are really a metaphor for the lemming-like behavior of the general public.
One good sign is that the younger generation has gotten fed up with the police brutality in this country, and spent most of 2014 and 2015 marching against it. 2016 began with protests to let the powers-that-be know that it’s not over yet. And today, 2017 has been an entire year of protest, from marching against the strangeness in the White House to the sports community coming together against police brutality by ‘taking a knee’ on their respective fields during the pledge. Thank God someone is not letting the ‘lemming’ mentality overtake them and lull them into inaction. They’re not going to allow themselves to be distracted by celebrity goings-on, and other nonsense. The Chicago politicians have their hands full this time, and these young folk won’t allow themselves to be co-opted by the old guard civil rights folks. ‘Bout time!
Global politics have also been altered dramatically. It seems like our president is hell-bent on starting World War III. However, there are protests rising up on the ‘grass roots’ level around the world, against tyranny and exploitation by governments. It’s wonderful to behold. A true democracy is ruled by the people, and those who are elected must report to them, not the other way around. Hopefully, you will find something said here that will enlighten you, enabling better decisions. Because – we are all works in progress, but do not want our innate intelligence insulted by a spin doctor.
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