make unilateral culture decisions without having to deal with the burden of their decisions.
The Chicago Tribune ‘What Others Are Saying,’ recently published a Peggy Noonan Wall Street Journal article about the unilateral decision by Angela Merkel to take in 800,000 refugees from Muslim countries. Clinton is promising to do similar in the USA if elected.
“Those who lauded her decision were least affected by it……..Her regular people who live closer to the edge, who do not have the resources to meet the burden, who have no particular protection or money or connections. ……………the lives of their countryman ……….who understand that they have been abandoned by their leaders selfishness and mad virtue-signaling.”
He who stops his ear to the cry of a poor man will himself cry out and not be answered. (Proverb, 21:13)
Then you may seek out and find where the poor in the community live to find truth. Observe the poor, the most vulnerable of a community, to find if they appear oppressed by injustice. You can judge the humanity of a governor by listening and observing the conditions of the poor of his community. If the governor cuts himself off from the poor, they will not hear him when he is in need.
Will Merkel and Clinton obtain support votes in the next election from the regular people who feel abandoned by elite politician’s unilateral decisions?
Regards and goodwill blogging.
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How Global Elites Forsake Their Countryman HERE