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I saw the downfall of society as I grew up in the 1970’s and 1980’s. When I watched George Orwell’s “1984” with my cousin and best friend, I had a premonition of sorts that America’s future would turn into a totalitarian society based on freedom restrictions, fear mongering, a constant state of war (War On Terror), and the systemic and systematic destruction of the U.S. Constitution and the U.S. Bill of Rights. I figured this would happen by the time I was 70, and I was 14 at the time. My calculations were a bit off, since I’m 42, and I see now the collapse of the United States of America as a once great country overrun by oligarchs and plutocracy! Capitalism is dead, and it cannot and unfortunately will not be revived, unless a mass revolution occurs in the very near future. If it does not then our future and the future of generations before us are doomed to total repression and imprisonment in a new slavery state!

 

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An Orwellian America

As a young man, I voraciously read George Orwell’s “1984”,  Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World” and Alvin Toffler’s trilogy which included “Future Shock”‘, “The Third Wave” and “Power Shift”. During the era of the Vietnam War, I wondered seriously about the future and how it was destined to unfold. Now being considerably older, I have the vantage point to reflect back on my early ruminations and expectations. Unfortunately, I am too old to alter the lessons that are now so painfully obvious. Instead, I pass the gauntlet to those who can understand and take action on what I have unavoidably come to expect for America.

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