While most Americans continue to remain in a trance-like state, preoccupied with watching reality television and other forms of mass produced entertainment, it appears to anyone with his or her eyes wide open that the world is inching dangerously closer, each day, towards World War III.
The problem with most citizens living in the United States is that they secretly like to glorify war and have no real understanding about the horrors associated with armed conflicts. Americans watch too many war movies and television shows that intentionally glamorize war, violence and killing. It’s a form of sick and twisted entertainment that many people have become hopelessly addicted to.
Most American civilians have obviously not had to endure the terrible atrocities of war. They have not had to run for cover because of bombs being dropped in their communities. America is not a place where we have had to deal with bombs being dropped on us by jets or missiles (excluding Pearl Harbor). When Americans think of bombs exploding in a war scenario, they envision those explosions being detonated in the middle east or on some foreign soil.