Thursday, August 24, 2017

American InjusticeNess

Injustice refers to unfair circumstances. The old adage of life not being fair has special connotation for Americans.

It’s unfair that WE have to tolerate the abject corruption of OUR ruling class.

It’s unfair that WE have the highest prison population on the planet.

It’s unfair that WE have a fiat currency printed at the whim of a central banking cartel.

It’s unfair that WE have a supposedly representative government that serves the insatiable desires of the industrial military complex.

It’s unfair that WE have to send our soldiers to kill and die in endless wars.

It’s unfair that WE have a supposedly representative government with blurry, grayed meshing of its branched divisions.

It’s unfair that WE have an exceedingly large homeless population.

It’s unfair that WE have a divisive mainstream media seeking to polarize OUR society within itself.

It’s unfair that WE have been forcefed convenient narratives, written by history’s victors, in a compulsory education system.

It’s unfair that WE have no discernable culture.

It’s unfair that WE have been so openly propagandized for generations.

It’s unfair that WE have been covertly spied upon for longer than anyone cares to admit.

It’s unfair that WE have been created equally, and yet actually have a ruling class.

It’s unfair that WE have a federally mandated prohibition on cannabis.

It’s unfair that WE have an opioid addiction epidemic.

It’s unfair that WE have cigarettes and alcohol so readily available to poison willing consumers.

It’s unfair that WE have …

4 comments:

danny durden said...

If you have any specific AI you would like to add, please comment.

Anonymous said...

I'd take exception to some of these. Many things seem unfair to people who take the time to observe, and apply the effort to do something about it, and rightfully so. I happen to believe that we're in the mess we're in because Americans today are too lazy to get off their fat asses and make a difference. Spending much of your time in front of the tube or in front of a screen amounts to surrendering to the many diversions that are designed to do just that, distract us from the tasks before us.
You may say that because you are at heart a good moral person it isn't fair that you can be robbed, scammed, beaten or taxed to death. You are the only one who can make things change. These outside forces are betting that you do nothing. In some cases they want you to come to them for help. The media works hand in glove with most all of these "evil" forces.
To say that it's not fair implies that you are on the playing field, and can do something about it. Are you? Or are you just another "armchair general" or a Monday morning quarterback who never won a game?

Anonymous said...

I got fired out of Salvations Army and now I write blogposts

Anonymous said...

our prison population isn't large enough