In the News (from the Freelance Bureau of International Investigation): “The future of any country is not only the accumulated national wealth, the level of industrial development or mineral reserves. First of all, the prospects of the state are defined by the level of support that the state gives to its young citizens. In this sense, the U.S. prospects look disappointing.
“Why are young people in America so frustrated these days, The Economic Collapse asks. You are about to find out. Most young adults started out having faith in the system. They worked hard, they got good grades, they stayed out of trouble and many of them went on to college. But when their educations where over, they discovered that the good jobs that they had been promised were not waiting for them at the end of the rainbow. Even in the midst of this so-called ‘economic recovery,’ the full-time employment rate for Americans under the age of 30 continues to fall. And incomes for that age group continue to fall as well. At the same time, young adults are dealing with record levels of student loan debt. As a result, more young Americans than ever are putting off getting married and having families, and more of them than ever are moving back in with their parents.”
My Comment: The US was built and developed under private enterprise; the country grew as an opportunity for everyone to compete and rise above everyone else.
Not being united by any ties, as the nations in Europe or in any other country, as soon as there was the crisis of further enrichment of the American Dream at all, the country became “torn” on many levels, parts, plunged into pessimism. Not only was a toy taken away from children, but also their future.
If Americans do not see the light, do not realize where their natural development leads them, which they cannot stop because the laws of nature are inflexible, then we will soon witness their tragic collapse.