I live in Pakistan, and I had always held respect for the USA for how they could handle their liberty.
But when i properly started browsing the internet past constantly watching Youtube videos (freaking 2016!), I suddenly found myself in a whole new world of knowledge; USA seemed to have gone mad to me all of a sudden. Cancel culture, feminists, 'diversity', and all that was everywhere. As i joined Discord and went on with life and the internet, i was stumped.
What had happened? It's like the USA had forgotten how to use and respect liberty. Abuse of liberty was rife, and it seems people had absolutely forgotten what respect and understanding was.
Today, looking where things have gone, honestly now I hold nothing but disappointment for USA. What was once a grand nation built on truly solid ideals, to me, had lost its footing. Like a modern nation, it was the fault of corporates. Like many nations in history, it was the fault of USA's own people.
At least thats what i think is going on.
I stand for and support people's respect of rights of speech, and understanding.
Don't get me wrong, that can be amazing for stuff like arts and entertainment and other fun stuff, finding others who share mutual interests that you'd never find otherwise, be able to share and enjoy the creations and company of others. But where there's a yin there's a yang.
And nothing unites a group easier than to be against other groups.
Big emphasis on the last part. Here in the states there's this trend of people getting all emotional and knowing more about what they're campaigning against than what they're campaigning for.
I'm not the biggest fan of George Friedman, but I do miss Brain4breakfast.
I'm aware of what they talked about in these videos and nothing is ever black and white, but these online ethno-nationalists are a different breed that I can't take seriously.