naturalnews.com by Mike Adams
I remember a time when journalism meant asking questions instead of following orders.
I remember a time when whistleblowers who exposed corruption were celebrated rather than arrested.
I remember a time when police assisted people in wheelchairs instead of tasing them.
I remember a time when non-profits that taught the Constitution were celebrated by the community rather than investigated by the IRS.
I remember a time when someone having “friends” meant real people in the real world, not virtual people on Facebook.
I remember a time when food was grown by farmers using seeds, not “mass produced” by “agri-giants” using GMOs.
I remember a time when heroes were men who charged enemy machine gun nests on remote Pacific islands and took out enemy soldiers with bayonets. Now “heroes” are just overpaid professional sports players who announce they’re gay.
I remember a time when the water that came out of your tap wasn’t poisoned with fluoride, laced with pharmaceuticals or contaminated with explosive gasses from fracking.
I remember a time when the word “terrorist” meant someone who hated America, not someone who loves the Constitution.
Maybe I’m just old fashioned, but I remember a time when most people actually believed in individual liberty and responsibility, not collectivist government “taking care of them.”
Society has flipped and is upside down. Maybe it’s time we flipped it right side up!