Like Opening All The Zoo Cages

All human societies throughout our known history, for thousands of years, have set limits on behavior in order to maintain cohesiveness. This cohesiveness was vital to survival. There had to be agreement among the people about their way of life and who had the authority among them to enforce that agreement.

Every time in our history that one of our societies began allowing significant deviation from established norms, that society fell apart and ended.

In the 1970’s it became apparent to all of us that our society had begun fragmenting. Instead of all of us having a central allegiance to one nation, a myriad of separate groups began splitting off, each demanding political recognition. Religious organizations became vocal in their political demands for the first time, various racial and ethnic organizations formed and did likewise. Homosexuals saw this as an opportunity to form their own power group, and did so.

Central authority began to crumble with the onslaught of all the different voices demanding this right and that right. It was like all the lions, snakes and monkeys getting loose at once and going crazy with their new-found freedom. All the new power groups went too far and too fast without thinking ahead or caring what they were doing to our nation as a whole, and our politicians cared only about appeasing the most groups to win the most votes.

From there it was an obvious move to ignore our unprotected borders and allow anyone in, and turn them into another voting bloc.

Now we have a central government that has shredded our Constitution in order to keep a grip on power and authority, something that otherwise would not have happened or even been allowed. It was allowed by the majority of us who saw our losses of freedom as necessary to maintain control over the seething menagerie.

We now have rival gangs in America that control large areas of our cities, violently, with no real control over the gangs. We have a war going on in Mexico with over 50,000 dead now, over who gets to sell drugs to those gangs, and millions of Mexicans here who have fled the war there and joined the gangs here. As a result of that, actual American citizens are suffering massive unemployment and a greatly increased crime rate, and our central government fights any attempt to send those here illegally back home, because they vote, illegally, for the politicians who support their being here.

The American people have totally lost control of their country’s leadership. Not partially, but totally. Entirely. Americans no longer share a common vision for America. At this point, we’re all too worried about our own futures and while we hope that our country will somehow hold together, it’s just going to have to do it on it’s own because we’re all too busy taking care of our own problems.

That may not be your personal attitude, or mine, but it is how most of us feel.

5 Responses to “Like Opening All The Zoo Cages”

  1. Ernesto Ribeiro says:

    THAT’S A DEFINITIVE STATEMENT.

    BS, you have to PUBLISH this your Historic Article in a big site, such as World Net Daily or Human Events, or in think thanks like Heritage Foundation. Because it’s really historical. You summarized perfectly all the American History tragedy along the last 4 decades.

  2. Ernesto Ribeiro says:

    THAT’S A DEFINITIVE STATEMENT.

    BS, you have to PUBLISH this your Historic Article in a big site, such as World Net Daily or Human Events, or in “think tanks” like Heritage Foundation. Because it’s really historical. You summarized perfectly all the American History tragedy along the last 4 decades.

  3. PALADIN says:

    Ya know Blacksheep, your post has a lot of relevancy to what happened in Denver last night. Our society is sick, and it’s gonna crumble soon….if things don’t change.

  4. Black Sheep says:

    Yeah, isn’t that a sad mess! This is similar to Anders Breivik who killed 77 people in Norway last year. Europe is in as much trouble as we are. In fact most of the world seems to be. Events like this didn’t happen before. People just didn’t do these things.

    As to publishing my post, it is published. Right here. People are just going to have to come to Newsbleat.com if they want to read it. 😀

  5. namaste says:

    excellent post! it echoes some of what i’ve been thinking since the colorado shootings.