An American Occupation Proclamation
>Patrick M Arthur> The social climate in America is in the midst of a profound and dramatic shift. Our nation, conceived in rebellion, reared by noble aspirations and fed on unlimited progress, has lost its way.
For the past two generations, we have been willingly bled dry of our essential ideals in exchange for a temporary illusion of security.
Where we once had an educational system that was the envy of the world, we now have a less educated populace than many other advanced nations.
At one time, America’s middle class looked to the future with confidence that any obstacle would be overcome by the sheer force of our determination; today, that will has vanished, leaving behind nearly seventy million who cannot sustain themselves, no matter how much sweat and blood they are willing to sacrifice.
The largest impoverished group in the United States consists of children, where one out of every five live with the pain of constant hunger.
Infrastructure, the literal bedrock of our country, erodes beneath our feet like the skin of a wet corpse.
Despite the never-ending promises of change from our political class, the People have been sold out to the corporate-sponsored status quo of constant decline.
But the mighty winds are beginning to shift…
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