Shakespeare couldn’t showed a better screen play of the tragedy or should we say travesty that’s playing through-out the United States as well as the world. Perilous times have arrived. The world that we familiar with know has suddenly and violently altered the lives and livelihoods of millions. The overwhelming failures of governments specially in the United States to manage effectively while using scourge in this pandemic as well as the unilateral failure to implement radical reforms to combat the catastrophic consequences of Global Warming have elected our planet and each and every society become liable to the most catastrophic environmental and economic disaster ever since the last Ice Age.
Need we remind us it was 60 years ago our nation was filled wit hate, bitterness and civil unrest. The quagmire with the Vietnam War kept the United States hostage for the growing tempests of discontent. Today, find history repeating. The scenario has evolved but the US continues to be faced with hate, bitterness and civil unrest. The quagmire from the Afghanistan War where quantities of dollars happen to be wasted, countless lives lost plus a country left in shambles are too familiar circumstances who have played out before.
Deja vu again. The eerie circumstances surrounding our failure in Afghanistan corresponds to the failure in Viet Nam. In both instances our government failed the American public, the individuals of Afghanistan and Viet Nam. We have to back further to can remember the words of General of The Army Douglas Mac Arthur that he so eloquently warned with the consequences of once we send our soldiers in harms way. “There might be no replacement complete victory.” “The very object of war is victory.” All we did both in instances was prolonged the conflict where again huge amounts of dollars were and therefore are wasted, a huge number of lives lost, and nations left shattered. All of which have triggered more tempests of violent aggression. Just check out what is happening in Afghanistan today.
Had we heeded Mac Arthur’s words the United States today will be in a more effective position in leading Global affairs. Yet, here i am today up against a demoralized military, governmental bungling at each level and populations desperately attempting to survive. And, the plight for millions is merely increasing with every misstep our government makes.
It wasn’t that previously though the nation was filled wit a promise of better times ahead. Now, that advertise has been broken because of the tempests of disease, pestilence, famine, and death. It seems the Four Horsemen have indeed arrived. Too many times when up against such adversity our government points fingers concerning whom guilty. Such as the case today. As consequences always occur the world wide web results have proven futile in averting but pandemic but practically every major crisis that takes place along.
The sociological changes that have already been rapidly occurring in addition have threatened the moral and physical framework of life through the United States. And, if permitted to proceed unchecked the world that we understand will disappear. Added to this today, high of humanity will be herded in a quagmire of unknowns especially while using overwhelming mandates connected with an experimental non-vaccine to supposedly decrease and eventually stop the spread of Covid-19.
Too many in government didn’t work to learn the lessons that history should certainly teach us. And, today much with the worlds populations are suffering for doing this. The world is facing a turbulent period. For over fifty years we had the ability to fully address climate change and yet we failed at each turn. When we faced a developing epidemic we again failed also it morphed to a full blown pandemic. We again still did not fully understand our consequences of our own foreign policy engagements and so they only accelerated into major international conflicts which may have like any devices our government does for over 60 years wasted vast amounts of dollars. cost thousands and a huge number of lives and livelihoods. and left nations as a whole disillusionment with the actions we undertook. When we add all of these variables together we view the dilemma government has produced. More questions than answers have begun.