The Rise and Fall of America

Topics: United States, World War II, Soviet Union Pages: 3 (884 words) Published: January 26, 2013
The Rise and Fall of America
Chad T. Griffin
October 29, 2012
Faith Ibarra

The Rise and Fall of America
What do you think of when you hear of the United States has come to the help of a failing or corrupt nation? When I hear that I think oh great, we are now involved in another war. We have become such a failed and unreliable state. This can be seen on how the United States has fell behind other nations due to failing schools, failing foreign police and the technology age. Today I will explain to you how failing diplomatic missions, financial crisis and previous lessons learned have shaped our international standings today and how they continue to fall. In recent memory, the United States crumbled our enemies and broke down the communist walls figuratively and literally with the fall of the Soviet Union and all surrounding communist states. Today, we have a largely failing international policy with Islamic Extremist and when we are attempting to conquer these nations, we fail miserably due to the differences in culture. We as a nation value life and our time here in heaven, this brainwashed culture values the garden of paradise they visit after blowing up one another here on earth. It is a failed effort that will haunt us for generations after we leave this earth. I for one have been in a group targeted by a brainwashed little boy who was taught to blow himself up in front of any American he could find. While he only killed one within the group, that image will haunt all that were there that day. And with the recent missteps and missed opportunities within the failed states of Northern Africa, i.e. Libya, and the planned terrorist attacks that took the life of multiple Americans in the name of a “free state” ran by a group of Islamic thugs we call allies. As long as we think we can treat failed and brainwashed populations with kindness and understanding, we will be walked all over and taken advantage of as a civilization. As a failed...
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