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What would America be like today without overruling government policies?
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What would America be like today without overruling government policies?
It seems a common theme of all the degeneracy right now seems to border on the government gaining a lot of power, and escalating a full on social programming, with the addition of Democratic policies destroying once great cities. From the Civil War, to the FDR New Deal, to Civil Rights, and finally to the welfare program solidification of the 60s, which is also when feminism took off and women gained a 50% voting power.

I'm no historian, but I can only imagine where the USA will be today if strong men stood their ground. For instance, before the Federal Reserve was instituted, there were a lot of informed men that were wary of the banks and knew what a Central bank could do to their economy, having been under the same thing from the very government they just got free from. But as time went on, the people got stupider, greedier, and the banks got smarter in how to get around laws to the point that we not only have given the full power of our spending to a central bank, but that usury is considered an honorable thing.

Women voting remaining illegal. The facts are clear after we gave them that power, women are not capable of voting in favor of the well being of a society. If they had remained in their roles, a lot of democratic policies would not have been pushed through, save for certain jewish ones that already lean in the path of revolutionary policies.

The government replacing the father is probably one of the biggest, if not the biggest, destruction of America's productivity and social idioms. The men are sucked dry from a woman-favored legal system, left to either have two to three jobs, or just quit and run due to how much money in alimony and child support they have to give each month. The money goes to consuming spending women rather than to men who could put it toward investments like a business or fueling industries that can grow society. Instead, the advancement of society stalled heavily. A lot of innovation was starved, having the bulk of wealth production centralized in tech heavy industries where women naturally are not a majority in, but even that is no longer the case as diversity rears its ugly head all across Silicon Valley.

Our education system is mostly women based because teaching degrees are generic licenses rather than truly testing the individual in their capacity to create well educated and productive future citizens. This brought in the PC and marxism culture you see all around our schools and colleges today, and explains how a lot of our youth became soft. It was only a century ago when kids were taught the basics of life and things like gun ownership were a given rather than banned due to mothers who screeched enough to the government. Waste of educational material on things that are not applicable to the common man. And rewarding kids of all intellect, rather than rewarding based on merit, leading to overestimation of work kids can do, which causes complaints, which further builds into lessening the barrier of entry for general education. A large amount of our populace can only do basic math, and they lack general wisdom, something that unfortunately schools do not teach.

Getting to the topic at hand, what would America be like if all of this had not happened? Would Chicago be one of the greatest cities in the world? Would California be a bustling economy the likes we never seen before? Would we have advanced innovation on transport? Would our military be the most honorable you ever seen full of men with good hearts and strong families behind them? How about our space travel? With increased funds, would we be further in invention than where we are now? Imagine all the money that was given to welfare instead funneled into tax cuts so the man common man can build business and trades that will evolve the world to a level we won't see in my lifetime.

I'm young and stupid, but I dream of a world where order could be restored. To me, all these policies seem stuffy. All these regimes based on feelings rather than logic or good thinking. I believe a few people even said that voting and the power of the running of America should be reserved to people that contribute the most to its production, like land owners. Which I would say isn't applicable today due to the corruption of land ownership by the government and wealthy people that used the law and lobbying to consolidate real estate power to the point that no common man can invest or buy into it.
(This post was last modified: 08-19-2019 08:41 PM by Manbeline.)
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