2 thoughts on “Bubble-Wrapped Americans: How the U.S. Became Obsessed with Physical and Emotional Safety

  1. Glenda T. Goode December 6, 2022 / 5:13 pm

    People live in fear because they are being taught to be this way. Fear is a normal emotion and is part of our decision making process. We weigh fear and other factors to decide if taking an action is wise and prudent or not.

    The generation today that lives in this bubble has been convinced that everyone not like them is out to get them. That those who engage in hobbies such as shooting sports are a clear and present danger and that there is no way that such ‘dangerous’ devices cannot be safely handled by non-governmental employees who they falsely believe have the proper training and emotional discipline.

    Fear, and especially unfounded fear, can live a life of its own and can inspire people into hysterical behavior even when the actual danger is not present. This type of existence manifests itself in absolute behaviors where all danger must be removed in order for the afflicted individual to be able to relax and not be cowering in the corner shaking.

    We would be wise to challenge these people and the media sorts who bring their beliefs to the public with the accusation that they, the media and those who promote these unfounded concerns are abusing and torturing these innocent people who really should not be acting and believing what they do. It is criminal and if an individual did this to another they could be arrested and charged. This is a crime of brain washing that has been going on as a part of the left’s socialistic war on our society.

    Our opponents in this war will use any and all means at their disposal to persuade the masses to support them. Government conquest is a no holds barred warfare and we are at war, I kid you not.

    We need to be as vocal, as loud and obnoxious and as accusatory of the left and their tactics as they are of us. To do less is to surrender to their agenda and give up our sovereignty.

  2. mobiuswolf December 7, 2022 / 9:46 am

    That’s ok. It keeps them out of my, uh, “neighborhood.”

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