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World War Two was over. America got down to business. Using the technology the war brought, America went to work, making life better for everybody. Huge advances in science, medicine, construction, and technology promised a better country for Americans and a better world to live in for all. Over 70 percent of Americans believed their government was truthful, honest, and had their best interests at heart. Today those numbers are exactly reversed. After paying off the war debt, who would have believed just six decades later the government would be functionally broke, relying on ever-increasing debt and using the Social Security Trust Fund as a virtual piggy bank until it has been depleted and turned into a de facto Ponzi scheme! The Cold War, President Johnson’s War on Poverty, and an ever-expanding government rife with corruption and greed lost its purpose turning America into a nation of have and have-nots, the regulators and the regulated. By 1960, assassination became not only accepted but the preferred way to work out problems. The problem is Americans are moral people and do not condone such activities. But lying became the norm. Cover-up at almost any cost is commonplace in our government today and has been for decades. Today, 70 percent of Americans do not trust the government because the government isn’t trustworthy! When did it start? Who started it? It began with the killing of a president! Assassination is not new, but high-level assassination by the government is! Where will it end?

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