Merchants of Chaos

Though it’s most noticeable at airports, many people don’t see how much our daily lives are affected by the fear of terrorist attacks and acts of senseless violence. Standing in long lines to go through the federally operated airport security checks can now take more than an hour by itself, causing much more anxiety and stress than is necessary when trying to catch a flight for work, vacation or to visit family.
The majority of this fear is created by sensationalizing military conflicts and supposed threats of chemical or biological warfare tactics. It’s nearly impossible today to watch a news program without seeing death and violence or what color-coded terrorist threat we’re in. It’s gone to the point of entire cities running training operations in case of emergency and forcing our military personnel to be injected with a vaccine that itself can cause death.
To look further into this situation, one can find that the increase in societal anxiety leads to huge numbers of our population turning to both legal and illegal drugs to curb the mental anguish, both of which can easily lead to addiction. As just one example, a person only needs to look at the rise in prescription drug use since the horrific September 11, 2001 attack.
What is ironic is that chemicals are often used to treat the fear, depression or apathy, which bring more side effects and can lead to more chemicals to “treat” those too.
If one were to look at the scene with an exterior viewpoint, the problem seems to feed itself to a point where the lives of American citizens continue to be degraded. Truthfully, this does not have to happen, as there are healthy solutions available.
For example, the Narconon® Drug Rehabilitation and Education Program achieves outstanding results, not just for a person to become sober, but to be fully rid of addiction and go on to lead a happy and productive life. This drug-free social education model developed by American author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard continually restores life on a daily basis in 35 countries around the world and is spreading rapidly to help more.

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