American exceptionalism is not an assertion of common Americans. Rather it is a statement of the political establishment in the U.S. Political establishment in the U.S. tries to embed and implement the conviction that the U.S. is a “city on a hill,” the “last best hope on Earth”. Stephan Colbert is very cute in portraying American exceptionalism sufficiently mocking the idea of “Americeptionalism.” At the same time, he reiterates his admonition that the U.S. is indispensable without use of this term and without bringing up on highlighting his myth. Barack Obama, on the other hand, tries to make people realize that they are inherently exceptional. He is a symbol of goodness, wealth and safety. A president should promise paradise on Earth to his people but, as you can see, what he says, and what he did or is doing is different things. All political systems are based on the same rules of government and persuasion, and it doesn’t matter whether it is a communistic or democratic way of government. They either use a meek personality or use human force to establish a perfect and comfortable situation or position for themselves, and to create the way of survival for others. There is no reason and difference, people exploit each other, like it was hundred and thousand years ago. Avid, hypocrisy, envy and anger have always been and will always be in our society, community, Republic or State. The world is shrinking. The shrinking natural resources and territory of our planet put us in a situation where everybody is for themselves. I mean, everyone cares only for themselves. Some people believe that the U.S. is a divine nation, and there are some reasons to consider this statement as a fact, but this is a little bit of an exaggerated political trick. They use these tricks as an instrument of government over the minds of people, as a kind of submission. Such, tactics used Nazi Germany and many other countries. The political establishments of all...
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