The economic crash – as horrible as it is – has a silver lining.
It is a window of opportunity wake Americans up from their comfortable slumber and make them question their government.
Stalin said that dictatorships only last so long as the dictators keep their people well-fed. Americans have been strongly motivated not to question the government because they have been led to believe that if they just follow the party line, they’ll get nice jobs, make a bundle of dough, buy into “the American dream”. A crash has the possibility to awaken Americans from their long nap. It has the potential to get Americans to open their eyes and start questioning the lies they have been told by our government and their media lapdogs about virtually everything. Indeed, polls show that the economic crisis has increased Americans’ distrust in government.
The old systems, institutions and habits are collapsing. This is a window of opportunity to reach people with truth.
On the other hand, there is a tendency for people to become scared, to be driven lower on the Maslow pyramid to the point that they have no energy to think about truth or justice or liberty.
Indeed, this is exactly what the elites hope.
Will truth or a resigned survival-based disinterest prevail? It is not yet clear.
But one thing is for sure . . . the game has changed, and there is a huge window of opportunity to spread truth while people’s habitual ways of thinking have been knocked for a loop.