The Affair Of State
It is this coming January that the State of The Union address is supposed to be given. Who ever is President at the time ought to reveal the true and factual state of our nation. Contrary to previous addresses the United States has descended into a quagmire of distension, vast inequality, and sociological upheaval unprecedented in our nations history. The sad truth today is that this nation is far behind practically every other industrial nation in quality of life and in education. We rank 29th today. Over 50 years ago the United States ranked no. 1. The rate of our decline is unparalleled in modern times.
Today, the level of incompetence of the present Administration has only highlighted and correlated with Americas decent into irrelevancy. Prior to the 1970’s The United States had unprecedented economic growth that spurred generations of sociological stability. Since then we have had a sudden shift in sociological changes that rapidly altered the landscape of our nation. What we have witnessed is a deterioration of the moral fiber of the basic family unit with each passing generation. Today, we see the results of not only the greatest dismantlement of the family unit of mother, father, and their offspring but the greatest increase of single parents, gay parents, foster parents and foster homes in our nations history. All of which has contributed to Americas fall from greatness that we had following World War II up until 1970. We can also surmise these factors contribute to why the United States has the largest prison population.
The sociological shifts in our country correlates with the decline of educational and parental guide lines that prevailed before 1970. That’s not to say all the US experienced a Renaissance sort of speaking following World War II but compared to what is happening since 1970 generation after generation has only contributed to Americas decline. Sure, there have been marvelous developments in technologies, medicine, and science but as the shift of demographics of our society emerged very few have become recipients of all the wonders that have been made.
It is the decline of elementary and secondary education that has paralleled Americas decent for over three generations. Some have managed to escape the pitfalls of our society and achieve academic excellence. They have made the advances of science, technology and medicine possible. But, somehow most of the rest of us have been products of the deterioration of the family unit and as such succumbed to the pitfalls that are associated with it. The results are staggering today. Our infrastructure, our economy and our educational system are just skeletons of what they used to be.
Only when we as a whole society realize how far we have regressed can we turn around the direction of our country. A country that has risen to great heights only to self implode. With the planet on the verge of an inferno rendering populations more prone to violent confrontations the one country that could lead the world in ushering in renewable green energy policies but hasn’t has yet to recognize the dangers we all face everyday we keep supporting the fossil fuel industries. The present Administration has completely ignored the warnings from the scientific community. Warnings, that without immediate reversal the planet faces catastrophic forces of nature rendering humanity almost helpless to stop the deluge of destruction that ultimately will occur.
The planet needs a combined effort from all industrial nations to develop a chemical compound that when released in the atmosphere will dissipate the enormous co2 buildup that is the primary cause of the devastating affects of Global Warming. That is the purpose of National Economic Reform’s Climate Change Reversal Project. Time in running out; time the planet really doesn’t have. Yet, the United States hesitates and fails to take the leadership in the implementation a National Energy Policy solely based on Renewable Green Energy Sources.
Again, until the United States assumes it’s rightful place as the leader of nations the world will only continue to suffer the consequences of our inaction and our failures.