Am I the only one who feels like I am no longer living in the United States of America?

There is just so much wrong with everything.  That is the best way I know how to describe life here in the United Sates right now.  I have read a ton of dystopian science fiction novels.  Rather than living in the land of the free, which all my life was the natural state of being here in the United States of America, I feel like I am stuck in the middle of something far worst than Aldous Huxley’s Brsve New World.

Like Brave New World, our daily life has become completely dominated by so called science experts and government totalitarians who use science as a weapon to dominate the lives of every single person.  In the Huxley novel science is nothing more than a tool used to impose a totalitarian nightmare.  Doesn’t that sound familiar?

Here in the United States science has been used as weapon to outlaw just about every single aspect of our every day lives.  Here in Massachusetts you cannot set a single step outside of your home without our fascist governor requiring that you shroud your humanity in a face diaper. Emperor Charlie Baker has decreed that all bars are closed and restaurants can only operate at 25 percent capacity.  If you eat in a restaurant you must wear a mask at all times except when you are taking a bite.  Oh what a miserable experience that is.

There is nothing more dehumanizing than forcing us to cover our faces with a face diaper.  We use facial expressions to communicate almost as much as speech,  That is now denied.  Nothing warms our hearts more than seeing smiling happy faces.  Denied also.

It has been decreed by those who rule over us that you must distance yourself from every other single person and physical contact such as hugging is verboten.  Human beings are social creatures. They are preventing everyone from behaving like human beings.  Most schools are closed, people are discouraged from leaving their homes.  No wonder I see headlines like this a couple times a day Pew Research: Lockdowns Prompting Devastating Levels of ‘Psychological Distress’ Among Young People.

I posted a meme on Facebook lamenting for a time when we all had freedom of speech.  I spent hours debating a swarm of liberal who found that meme controversial.  Everyone of them were brainwashed into embracing political correctness by our abysmal higher education system.  I remember a time not long ago when freedom of speech was the universal ideal in the United States.

The United States was a nation created by a rabble of individuals who saw government as a necessary evil to keep people from hurting others rather that an all powerful master who provides us with everything as if it is something we must worship.

 Previous generations would not have accepted the theft of an election for town dog catcher let alone president of the United States, which is exactly what happened in 2020.  In pervious generations immensely large groups across the US would have grabbed their pitchforks, muskets, and torches.  I believe mass non violent protests across the US would have put an end to the stolen election but sadly they were not even attempted.

The docility displayed by the vast majority of the population is mostly what makes me feel like I am no longer living in the United States

4 thoughts on “Am I the only one who feels like I am no longer living in the United States of America?

  1. You are not alone, but I am not at all surprised by what is happening now. It has been happening for several decades, but the powers that are causing it were careful to keep it hidden. They were careful to keep their lies believable.

    Then Bush got away with WMDs that did not exist, Obama got away with the claim that we were in Afghanistan to “deny them space in which to plan their attacks,” and Hillary got away with rigging a presidential primary election. Clear evidence that lying and cheating in governance had no downside. And so they do not even bother to hide the theft of a presidential election.

  2. Regarding protests over the election. In many places there were protedts, and in some of them antifa attacked and with the willing aid of local government were able to shut them down. The DC protest was peaceful, but plants incited and committed violence.
    A civil people expected the rule of law to prevail, it turned against them. I ask Mr Fournier were he was and what he did beyond writing.

  3. Sorry, but the “diaper-nazi’s” can kiss where the sun doesn’t shine. I will not wear them. I’m 76 years old and won’t be repressed for the last few years I have left on this corrupt planet. What are they goint to do, put me in jail, feed me, take care of me…hahahaha

  4. When the election theft became clear, I was depressed for several weeks and wondered what I could do about it. I thought about it and came to the conclusion that there was very little that I could do about it. I had voted and contributed to candidates and that was about all I could do. I saw the protests, people marching and waving signs, but they didn’t do any good. People have been marching to DC for decades to protest Roe Vs Wade by the millions, and they have been ignored by the media, and haven’t changed much. My moral and religious beliefs prevent me from engaging in any violent actions. So that was right out.

    I came to the realization that the only things that I could change were in my own life and that of the people closest to me. So that is what I have been doing. Pretty much every day I am doing things that will benefit me and mine in this new world. Too numerous and varied to try and list here, and for op-sec reasons many that I would just as soon not discuss. I suggest rather than fantasizing and wishful thinking about something that won’t happen, you might consider my approach.

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