"We have forsaken our God for baubles and chosen the path of hate. Now the eve of destruction is upon us, and we have no hope for tomorrow, for we have cast aside our God and are staring into the abyss."
The age of stagnation and decline has arrived. It began when America orchestrated a massive retreat from a seemingly improvised nation with which it had chosen to go to war. This war was supposed to display America's will and power. Instead, by 2008, the nation's economy nearly collapsed, and voters sought someone else to lead them. Americans wanted to elect an outsider. They wanted someone new and fresh. So they chose the dynamic, youthful African American. Yet, within two years of his election, people were having regrets.
During his presidency, the race-and-class warfare rhetoric that has ripped our country apart over the last decade began earnestly-at the president's urging. Even as he bailed Wall Street out, he played both sides of the fence, encouraging Left-wing activists and "community organizers" to rip this country apart.
Behind the glorious fa蓷de of multiculturalism, diversity, and inclusion lurked an intense hatred fueled by a vocal minority who feel the dream of mutual and cultural advancement has left them behind. Within this context, the vision once held by many began to evolve into a nightmare. Fueled by the woke media, ethnic disparities, and social justice warriors, the caldron of hate began to boil and overflow. This overflowing created a more profound and weaponized hatred. Weaponized hate processes have the innate ability to flow from generation to generation and even alter the course of history.