UtopiaAmerica has so much potential. There are people from all over the world, sharing ideas, creating new ones together, inventing, and overall making life easier for people, physically. There is the freedom of open discussion on any topic, without the fear of punishment for your opinion. People take pride in where they live, so the streets are kept free of liter, neighborhoods maintained, buildings repaired, and beautified when necessary. The capitalist belief that one can come from nothing, and end up someone great, makes for great enthusiasm among regular citizens, and competition amongst businesses, that makes our products, some of the best in the world. Americans even when they are divided are always united. We may bicker, and call each other names. Complain about our differences, but when an outside force attempts to harm us, we stand up together against them. For an American there is hope, and the belief that anything is possible.
We have become our own worst enemies. We are arrogant, and boastful. Snobbish. Its one thing to be proud of who you are. Its another to drag someone through the mud, because they aren't like you. We live a lie. Underneath the beauty of our well planned parks, and landscaping; the order, and up keeping of our neighborhoods; our environmentally friendly atmosphere; our politically correct attempt to not offend anyone is the ugliness of our people. Wolfs in sheeps clothing. Demons dressed up in Angels clothing. We speak of freeing people from the oppression of dictators, but demand they do things our way. We say all are welcome, but complain when they show up on our doorstep. We do not respect other peoples ways of life. We mock their traditions. All of them. We use our influence over the world, to corrupt them. Our media does not reflect reality, it makes reality. Quickly we are turning the world into material worshipping, drug addicted, sex crazed, zombies. We pretend we don't want harm to come to anyone, even blasting our own military, and government for interfering, in other countries affairs, and yet when the people call for our help we turn the other way, and say its not our problem. We are selfish, and greedy. We struggle to take the splinter from everyone else's eyes, while our own eyes are full of splinters. Our enthusiasm in business has created greed. The belief that one can go from rags to riches, makes the rich richer, the poor poorer, and the middle class whine, and moan. Our justice system is full of holes the rich can escape through, while the less fortunates' fates are already decided, but make for an excellent show.