Thursday, October 29, 2009

World to America: “You are not the boss of me!”

[T]his "brief moment in history" when the US had pre-eminent military, economic and political power, would not last.

"This is just a period, a few decades this will last, and I think that all of us who are Americans should think about this and ask ourselves how do we wish this moment to be judged 50 years from now,"
Former President Bill Clinton (see story)
It seems that everyone in the world is plotting America’s decline into Socialism. The Russian online newspaper PRAVDA is certainly no exception in this regard. According to Pravda America is moving from Capitalism to Socialism slowly but surely. (see article)

Pravda reports that a sure sign of the decline of America and capitalism was President Barry Soetoro’s decision not to build the Eastern European Missile Defense System. Pravda wrote that this decision signaled that it is not capitalism that is undergoing a crisis, but rather it is the belief in capitalism, as a viable system, that is undergoing a fundamental change in America.

The fact that China is using principles of Capitalism to surpass America in economic power and strength is an indication that there is nothing wrong with Capitalism.

Pravda indicates that because of America’s decline she is forced be friends with all world powers, Russia included. Pravda points out that America is changing from a leadership role in the world to a more humble and submissive posture in line with other world governments.

Is this the turning point in world history? One where one socio-political philosophy is dimming from the world stage to be replaced with another? Pravda certainly suggests so. Pravda reminds us that approximately 400 years ago [t]he Western European society discovered a new hierarchy of values. Feudalism that valued service and chivalry was replaced with capitalism.

Maybe this is the moment that President Bill Clinton spoke about in 2002 when he projected that America’s military, economic and political power, would not last. It certainly seem like there have been people from within and without America that have worked awfully hard to bring America to this place in time.

The fact that we have a president that has promised to fundamentally change America, and is evidently working to that end, should be an indication that all of the misconceptions about the American way of life will be used to dismantle the system that has given America it’s power and freedom.

I don’t believe that the world fully understands what it's asking for. If America is blended into the fold of the 3rd world there will no longer be a place of freedom in the world for people to aspire to.

If America is fundamentally changed what will the world do without America? I suppose that we’re on track to find out.

Thank you president Soetoro! Thank you enemies of America both foreign and domestic!