With a month into quarantine, the nation grows wearier. There are many factors to consider, but the biggest concern is the debacle in Washington.
Posts published in “World”
Stories focusing on a geopolitical scale, witing about issues that face the world as a whole like climate breakdown and coronavirus.
When the virus is rooted out and the world begins spinning again, we should focus on what separates our nations. Ideology, government structure, economy, and liberty may define our differences, but, as of now, the leaders of the nation must unite against a common enemy.
Xi Jinping and the Communist Party of China has undermined various governments, disrespected the people of China, initiated the widespread of a global pandemic, and is our greatest geopolitical threat. We must be vigilant and wary of what China does in the future.
There is technology everywhere in the world that we live in today. Everywhere you turn and go, people are using cell phones, computers, and televisions.
Fear motivates and succumbs our minds to mass hysteria and uncertainty. Morale is stomped on as we enforce whatever means necessary to mitigate the virus's effects. The prospects of freedom and security are forgotten in a sea of disarray.