If the election of Donald Trump as president has done nothing else, it has raised the political consciousness and ire of Americans.
It is unfortunate, however, that they are more against Trump and his cabinet than they are for changing the system that allowed the situation to occur.
Donald Trump and his party took advantage of a system of government that has, for decades, been corrupt, dehumanizing, and discriminatory.
Americans now have the opportunity and hopefully the conscience to “make America great again” but it must start with providing every child in America with an excellent education that promotes humanitarianism not economics.
Science and Math are essential to learning but not more important than Art, Geography, History, Language Arts, Music, or the soft skills that promote respect, self-confidence, and a strong work ethic.
America did experience “good old days” when at one point in our history “Made in America” meant you could count on the products you purchased to last. It meant that when you attended school you actually learned how to become a successful adult.
Yes, there were problems then, but we were educated and working together to solve those problems. Peace was right around the corner.
That was when the “hedgehogs” took control.
Planned obsolescence is the policy of planning or designing a product with an artificially limited useful life, so it will become obsolete, unfashionable or no longer functional after a certain period of time.
This policy was not limited to products, but found its way into the system of education as well.
In order for the American public to accept this concept it had to become less accustomed to the righteousness that would reject it. People had to become accepting of the fact that their products would no longer last for a lifetime but would have to be replaced in a few short years.
The lack of a proper education was the tool used to desensitize Americans to the enslavement of economics.
Providing every child an excellent education is our only hope for returning to the “good old days”.
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