I am afraid, very afraid.
I am afraid of all the people I talk to who don’t want to talk about politics. I am afraid of all those who delete any political emails.
I am afraid of all the people who don’t know who holds what office or what they are doing.
I am afraid of the people who are trusting and don’t want to vote or get involved.
I am afraid of the people who don’t understand the likelihood of their grandchildren working in a Chinese-style rice field for life.
I am afraid of those who do not watch the news and stay informed. I am afraid of those who trust politicians and vote a party ticket, regardless of the character of the individual.
I am afraid of all the people who think everything will work out all right, who have never seen a bankrupt nation and think that it can’t happen here.
I am afraid of all the goofy foreign philosophies and savage religions permeating our schools and the minds of young people.
I am afraid of all the young people who don’t know the difference between change and improvement. I am afraid of all those who have not learned the importance of loyalty to your nation and its traditions and beliefs.
I am afraid, not for me, I am 75 and it no longer matters; but for all the younger people who will wake up one day wondering what happened.
quality and business consultant