“Rarely has a president been confronted with so many seemingly disparate foreign policy crises all at once,” The New York Times noted about Obama on July 23rd. What the paper didn’t/won’t/can’t say is: Rarely has a president caused so many of his own crises. This summer, most of Obama’s problems follow from his unwillingness to […]
There are 7 billion people on this planet. We’re running out of natural resources. Our climate is unpredictable, which is causing issues with food production. This method of controlling the masses is nothing new. Not to say it’s the right thing, because it really isn’t. But we, the masses, are controlled at every turn. If we were to really think about how messed up our world was, I think we’d all want to run away and hide. But we don’t. Because our existence is fleeting, and we just don’t want to worry about it when we’re just a speck on humanity’s timeline. But this has been happening since America’s inception. Since Rome’s. Since the River Valley Civilizations. I’m beginning to think it’s in our nature to only care so much. Enough to feel good about your life, but not enough to really make a difference. So here’s a post about how fucked up our country is, being posted on social networking site no one really takes seriously. Perpetuating apathy like it’s nobody’s business.