A recent report by the National Intelligence Council has made a sobering prediction: the United States government cannot remain the world’s only super power past the year 2030. It seems that the last four years of debt, bailouts, and redistribution have officially taken their toll and the United States is in a period of decline. The policies of President Obama and his loyal Congressional Democrats are tearing apart the fabric of our economy and now our position as the supreme global power is in jeopardy.
After 2030 the United States will no longer be the world’s leader; countries in Asia such as China are positioning themselves to take advantage of our economic mistakes and rob the United States of the luxury of being the world’s solitary super power. We are in a time of calculated decline triggered by a potentially non-citizen President whose drive toward globalism and the destruction of American values is undermining nearly 250 years of Capitalistic hard work and world stabilizing results. It is no surprise that as America continues to decline, the world destabilizes and becomes more and more dangerous.
The report, compiled by the United States intelligence community, was created to prepare a potential new President for the rigors of world leadership. It is a predictive road map of sorts attempting to understand America’s role in global politics15-20 years down the road. One particularly somber section of the report stated “With the rapid rise of other countries, the ‘unipolar moment’ is over and no country – whether the U.S., China, or any other country – will be a hegemonic power”
So why is the United States in a period of decline? Make no mistake, tax and spend Democrats and liberals are to blame. Conservatives have been screaming for years that the United States couldn’t afford to continue writing blank checks for entitlement programs like welfare that eat nearly $1 trillion of the United States budget every year. This fact is born out in the intelligence report. The report states “The United States’ relative economic decline vis-a-vis the rising states is inevitable and already occurring, but its future role in the international system is much harder to assess”.
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