Sunday, May 07, 2006

The NEW hyphenated American via FR

Perhaps the Last???

Been nice knowin' ya, America


Will the next generation of U.S. citizens consider themselves Americans or post-Americans? Better still, why wouldn't they consider themselves post-Americans? Considering how quickly this republic is unraveling, is it too late to ask rhetorical questions?

"Post-Americanism is the state of having moved beyond loyalty to the U.S.," according to Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies. Mr. Krikorian believes he coined "post-American."

"Somebody for whom the interests of the U.S. are not paramount and no longer feels greater loyalty to his fellow Americans. They have become cosmopolitans," he says.


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The elites in Washington, D.C., New York City and the United Nations seem to have plotted a journey to lead America into the New World Order where a cosmopolitan global citizen is no more connected to his country than a sociopath to his fellow man.


My seemingly paranoid rantings about ths issue have taken on the trappings of reality, or mass psychosis of some sort!

Maybe it's just evolution in action and those of us railing against the inevitable are trying to bring back the horse and buggy?

In any case; the notion of America, as we've known her, disappearing is rising to the level of mainstream thought, and deserves acknowledgement.

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