Why would anyone stranded on an island want to be rescued?

Jesus Christ.

Americans are so batshit insane now that they don't care that the US is giving away welfare, Americans are outraged that the welfare checks are too small.

Why would anyone stranded on an island want to be rescued?

The government is the biggest threat of all.

Americans want the government to protect them from scary illegal immigrants, terrorists, and viruses, but governments end up killing millions.

Businesses think spending money to pay for TV/radio ads, billboards, newspaper ads, and mailing lists is an investment that will result in more sales. Spending money to promote freedom won't make you rich, but Americans will lose everything if Americans don't fight back against tyranny.

Americans either don't know or want to know that the US is collapsing or think that nothing can be done to save the USA. Any plans or ideas to slow or escape the decay are quickly shot down as unworkable.

Instead of demanding that minimum wages be repealed or checkpoints be ended, Americans would rather beg for their chains by asking for more laws.


@pistolpatty One of the "helpless" should have been "dependent."

Would tyranny, wars, and debt end if 60 million Americans protested in Washington, DC?

Would tyranny, wars, and debt decline if citizen groups started arresting politicians for passing unconstitutional laws?

Kurt Vonnegut’s short story – Harrison Bergeron – was written in 1961, and in Vonnegut’s darkly satirical style, portrayed America in 2081 as an disgracefully dystopian nightmare. Little did Vonnegut know what he considered outrageous and 120 years in the future, would be far closer to our current dystopian reality just 60 years later.

THE YEAR WAS 2081, and everybody was finally equal. They weren’t only equal before God and the law. They were equal every which way. Nobody was smarter than anybody else. Nobody was better looking than anybody else.

Nobody was stronger or quicker than anybody else. All this equality was due to the 211th, 212th, and 213th Amendments to the Constitution, and to the unceasing vigilance of agents of the United States Handicapper General.

Why pay taxes or buy a business license if the government closes roads and closes businesses?

The elites want Americans to be dumb, dependent, and defenseless.

One wonders how much dirt the NSA has on Trump to make him defend the police state so strongly.

Americans don't care if everyone is placed under house arrest, but Americans lose their minds if a junkie is freed from prison.

Americans think praising tyranny means that they will be safe from the police state, but no one is safe in a police state. Even dictators can be toppled.

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