A grim truth be told.
In Scott F. Fitzgerald’s book, “The Great Gatsby”, a pursuit for the American Dream coexists alongside the time of the Great Depression. A dream to gain massive wealth, to have immense power, to have a voluminous expanse.
The book isn’t science fiction, which should tell reader something.
That which be stated: This is the genuine parent reality in which I type this post.
A lot of things are interconnected by something. Possible more than just one thing.
The purpose for writing this is to release an outrageously different light on the American presidency today. Bearing a socioeconomic, land-related legacy, President Donald John Trump is supercilious yet the laughingstock of the world. (Credit to social media memes). Has anyone bothered to acknowledge or take in mind that President Trump himself is a symbol of the American Dream.
Some elaboration on his voracious wealth:
- Trump International Hotel & Tower, New York City
- Headquarters of The Trump Organization, residence
- Trump International Hotel and Tower, Skyscraper in Chicago, Illinois
I am not an admirer; I only show this list to illustrate the gullible American Dream.
No one wants to take the responsibility that is claimed by others for themselves. Likewise, neither do they want to accept the hypocritical, embarrassing truth: They are either fantasizing or actively in pursuit of the path that Trump, Gates, Musk, Zuckerberg, and many more have taken. But adult bullies and societal competition thrives.
Lightbulb inventor Thomas Alva Edison was known for his work in electrical industry (Westinghouse electric company) and his patents which surpassed a thousand in amount. Apparently quite a few people know or bother to care that he was cruel to and tried to exploit one of his workers, Nikola Tesla, the man who was prevented from nearly making electricity free for everyone to use. (His tower was toppled, despite his tearing up of a harmful contract to save someone who he was working alongside)
To be Updated. UPDATE: Updated. I apologize for readers’ potential inability to tolerate the obviousness of what this notice aims to say.