Yeah.. you would know mf'er. We weren't the ones standing in line for toilet paper on freezing winter afternoons in the 50's - 80's.
If anything you prove my point with that statement that actually was a constant reminder of the paradise that the system was creating for everyone; we lived it, its effects experienced by virtually everyone. Making everyone conscious of the reality in the process, while you lived and still live a sheltered existence. Deprived of this experience you’re blind of the reality that surrounds you, gullible and easily manipulated. You swallow every piece of propaganda fed to you as if it was some kind of a tasty morsel that only you are privileged enough to have. If anything it’s those freezing winters that thought us skepticism, to be weary of the government and those in power ready to do anything necessary in order to stay there, even if it meant betraying their country and fallow man in the process, selling it off bit by bit, a healthy dose of it too. It’s precisely this shock therapy that allowed us to throw off the yoke that bound us for so long. Perhaps you should try it, it will restore your sight and it will finally allow you to see that illusion for what it is. Contrary to your belief, it won’t make you less patriotic but it just might set you free.
You scarcely rebelled against that commie sh.t sandwich at all and you have the balls to call somebody "naive".
When you’re right you’re right. To be naïve one has to assume a person is incapable of his own thought and opinion, he would have to let the others do the thinking for him. Hard to believe that such a thing can even be possible in the U.S, I mean the best education money can buy, top notch universities that go with it, that national myth of individualism you have and at this day and age? No, definitely not; it’s not the naivety that blinds you to the reality that surrounds you.; it’s your stupidity.
you don't see us saying
Sure I do, you and your kind constantly boasting you save Europe, you rebuild Europe, that if it wasn’t for us etc. Funny thing is you actually believe every word of that crap. Like it was you who liberated us from communism. By your own admission you did diddly squat for us yet expect us to be grateful for your imaginary help and act like we owe you something in return. What a f*cking joke.
When reminded of the facts suddenly it’s all lies. How could that be? It’s in direct conflict with what you’ve been thought all your life. That national myth you build for yourself (an illusion if you will) when in fact it’s your actions that created that post war reality in the first place, the hell we had to lived in, and here we are; you throwing a tantrum for those words shatter your illusion of America the just, grow up.