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If Elizabeth Warren doesn't win the next US Presidential election I'm taking the last shred of hope for Americans, and I'm flushing it straight down the toilet. Anyone but Trump, really. If Donald gets another four, it will prove beyond the shadow of a doubt your government and media have manipulated you beyond repair. And that you've become a self-centered society that cares about nothing but your own reality bubbles.
Seriously, it's not funny or cute or sad anymore, it has become problematic. To more than America and the ethnic countries it routinely steamrolls.
The American people have been so warped and abused by their own systems that they have no idea what's going on anymore. Reality is subjective in America today.
The government has done such a good job of dividing people based on political affiliation (this is the #1 problem in America) race, wealth, home state, etc, that America will never bounce back at this point. It's built in at a cultural and moral level. Republican vs Democrat. Despite the fact that their agendas have always been the same. They distract you with shit like immigrarion and abortion, because they know it turns you all into a pack of wild animals who argue with each other instead of elected officials. Instead of rallying together to make change. Hard to rally together when you're just a collection of states forced to live under one Union.
I look at Hong Kong and it's like, "What the actual fuck happened to the Americas?" (Canada too)
Just disgusted with humanity right now. I think an international migration might be in my future. So many better places to live right now.
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Warren admires First Nations peoples so much, she tried to become one.
Trump hates Mexicans so much (like the ones who work for him) that he called them dirty rapists and criminals who steal jobs. He wants to build a wall to keep them out, and keeps children in cages.
Who would you trust more to be in power?
Put aside her past mistakes, and actually listen to her plans for the economy, the environment, education, etc.
The issue is Americans no longer care what happens to immigrants, or people two States over, or to America as a whole. If it doesn't directly impact me, I can't afford to care. This is 100% by design. The one thing goverments fear more than anything is a unified, pissed off population looking to them for answers.
There was a time when civil war was a real concept. America will never see another civil war. They've been proverbially castrated and don't even realize it because the entire system is an illusion.
The only two presidents who even remotely gave a damn about people and ethics, were shot in the head.
I think the thing the government should really fear is not a unified pissed off population looking to the government for answers, but a apathetic slightly annoyed population that already has it's own answers and is just sick of paying for a government that doesn't offer them anything and just wants them out of the way. Because eventually that's what is going to happen at this rate.
Heck I would say the biggest problem is people care too much about what happens to immigrants, or people two States over, or America as a whole. Everyone is trying to tell everyone else what to do. Here's an idea: Maybe, just maybe, people have different wants and needs and expecting everyone in an area the size of the USA to just go along with everyone else is really really dumb? Maybe, you know, it's okay that for example some people don't want immigrants around them while others are more then willing to offer them sanctuary?
And regarding another civil war: Yeah, you are right. America will never see another civil war. Because the first one never ended. People are fighting about the same old shit as they were back then. The scar that opened then never really healed. Now there is just slightly less actual violence involved. Slightly.
@Animebryan Yeah, strongly agreed. The problem is that nearly every potential candidate (and honestly every one that has even a slight chance at winning) is just one who will screw up more and who is ultimately selfish in their goals. Voting is one of the most overrated things anyway and the way the USA is set up - individuals votes rarely matter in the scheme of things, making voting a moot point for anyone going "against the grain".