So that brings us to the point of the articles that will be appearing here in Bogus AmericanUS. We’re going to follow this election and point out how America needs to change—and I mean change dramatically—if this country is to survive as we know it. And no, it’s not the politicians that are at fault—it’s us, the American people
We are the problem. Our goal in this limited endeavor is to be one of the building blocks to get this country back on track in the 21st century.
We are kneeling and singing our mantras to the god of diversity; and while some diversity is desirable, we fail to realize that too much diversity leads to perversity. History provides us with well-learned (but oft-forgotten) lessons that no societies in the world have lasted which are deeply enmeshed in too much diversity and perversity.
Many of us do not realize it, but this country is more vulnerable to a meltdown than we have been since the American Revolution or the Civil War.
Many of our citizens intuitively detect that we are vulnerable.
About 200 years ago in 1807, Bill Wordsworth, an aristocratic type fellow who lived in rural northwest England, wrote these lines:
“The world is too much with us; late and soon; Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers; Little we see in nature that is ours; we have given our hearts away, a sordid boon…for this, for everything, we are out of tune…”
In this endeavor, I am asking all of you—at the grassroots level to weigh in on which road to take. And let me make it clear—this is not necessarily just a political road; it’s not a Republican vs. Democrat road, or a liberal vs. conservative road.
No, it’s the road leading to how to find the soul of America.