A recent survey of Americans has revealed their “key concerns” for the upcoming year. Unfortunately, their enslavement is not of concern to them. They are more concerned about the symptoms of their slavery than the fact that they aren’t free.
Americans are overwhelmingly pessimistic about their country’s fortunes in 2023, with 80% predicting economic hardship and 90% expecting increased political conflict, a Gallup poll has found. Respondents also see both Russia and the US weakening amid the conflict in Ukraine, according to a report by RT.
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Published on Tuesday, the survey found that 81% of Americans expect their taxes to increase rather than fall this year, 79% expect a year of “economic difficulty,” and 65% expect prices to keep increasing at a high rate.
Some 72% expect crime rates to rise, while 90% say that 2023 will bring more “political conflict” than “political cooperation.”
All this poll found was that Americans are more delusional and still enslaved to the ruling class. Government aka, politics, will never and has never equaled freedom. The ruling class makes the decisions and the slaves comply or are faced with punishment. We should be breaking free and evolving in 2023 to the point where we know no one has a higher claim over our life or property than we do, and that includes the ruling class (masters, politicians, owners).
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With their party entering 2023 in control of the White House and one of the two houses of Congress, Democrats are more optimistic about the year ahead than Republicans. More than a third expect economic prosperity, compared to 4% of Republicans, while 47% expect crime rates to subside, compared to 6% of Republicans.
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Until we realize we are slaves and start to stand together against those who are enslaving us, we are doomed to continue to see things go downhill.
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