Behind the Fuddy Autopsy Fraud; a Bullet or a Bribe?Should we be pessimistic about the future of America? A better question is “can we be reasonably optimistic about the future?” The answer is that unless the power structure that rules our nation is not overthrown, there will be no future that we would want to see (aside from advances of various sorts).
It is corrupt to the core and both parties are party to it, with one simply pushing harder on the accelerator than the other.
Has history ever recorded any corrupted government and morally vacuous and ignorant population that ever reversed the course they were on toward a destination of decay, collapse and/or conquest? Are we destined to repeat history because we are ignorant of it?
Well, being ignorant is a natural status of human nature it seems. There is no one who is superior in this world, but compared to those who are simply normal, there are a heck of a lot of people who are in many ways sub-normal. And their numbers are growing by leaps and bounds.
So what will come is unknown and unknowable without taking a God’s-eye view of the human race, and the American people in particular. That is probably a frightful view to take, and I, for one, hesitate to take it since I’ve been there, done that, and found you can’t live life in the knowledge of what you see.
But sometimes in the history of man, (like in the Matrix trilogy) something changes everything and is different than what went before. That happened in a very good way with the life and legacy of Jesus. It took centuries and lots of corrupt detours along the way, but eventually produced the natural rights and liberties of Western Civilization, not to mention hope eternal.