As the Coronavirus, Wildfires, and Civil Unrest sweeps across this Nation, the World now questions America’s position as a powerhouse Nation.
Hannah Beech of New York Times Reports, BANGKOK — Myanmar is a poor country struggling with open ethnic warfare and a coronavirus outbreak that could overload its broken hospitals. That hasn’t stopped its politicians from commiserating with a country they think has lost its way.
“I feel sorry for Americans,” said U Myint Oo, a member of parliament in Myanmar. “But we can’t help the U.S. because we are a very small country.”
The same sentiment prevails in Canada, one of the most developed countries. Two out of three Canadians live within about 60 miles of the American border.
“Personally, it’s like watching the decline of the Roman Empire,” said Mike Bradley, the mayor of Sarnia, an industrial city on the border with Michigan, where locals used to venture for lunch.
The World is witnessing America’s decline. Minister Farrakhan talked about this very issue in his 2020 Saviors’ Day Address: The Unraveling of a Great Nation. “You, my poor pitiful Brothers and Sisters. You’re opting to be apart of that, that is Unraveling right in front of your eyes! You see Country cascading downward! You see the moral fiber of America getting into the gutter. Who wants a membership in a House of whores?”
We’re now right in the middle of the political season, as voters are now determined to vote President Donald Trump out.
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This is Hasan Ali with NNVnews.com