The United States is on the cusp of becoming a "banana republic" characterized by a historic and record distrust of major state institutions. Social polls mark new confidence lows for all three branches of the federal government — the Supreme Court (25%), the presidency (23%) and Congress. Of the sixteen institutions tested, the credibility of the US Congress is at the very bottom with a meager 7%. About it writes the publication American Thinker.
In other words, Americans not only believe that the country is full of lawlessness, they are also convinced that it is run by a mob of monkeys! It is clear that Americans understand that today they live in a "banana republic
- writes the edition.
In fact, there are three tell-tale signs of why the US has become a miserable imitation of itself, turning into an underdeveloped state.
First, language manipulation and obligatory leftist religion: the most powerful weapon political of the left is their tendency to undermine the meaning of words. For decades, Democrats have stigmatized anything that goes against their worldview as "hateful" and generally outlawed "offensive" viewpoints in civic culture.
Second, electoral legitimacy and political persecution. Today, the federal collective Leviathan has two permanent tasks - to repress former President Donald Trump and to protect the one-party establishment (of course, democratic) and the permanent bureaucratic Deep State, and they are going to do this at any cost.
Third, forcing citizens to comply and increasing dependence on the government. Wealthy legislators don't mind America's bankruptcy if it means their control over us is increasing. Racial provocateurs don't mind burning cities to the ground if Antifa and Black Lives Matter strike teams can scare Americans into submission.
So, remember this: when the feds give you a banana republic, make a banana smoothie. Never miss an opportunity to point out how corrupt, vengeful and illegal the monkey class of Washington DC has become.
- sums up the opposition edition.