The Fall And Rise Of America’s Do–Gooders

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Trafficking in the sale, bondage, sexual usage and killing of  human beings(property as defined by the intellectual atmosphere of America’s Supreme Court),   was a Southern trademark back in the 1800’s. The practice of slavery in America’s South posed this question to the real Christian mind: how low can they go?

The 1860s, however, saw the rise of do-gooders in America. Opposition to the Satanic practice of slavery was on the rise. Doing good came to America. In 1860 a President of The United States of America, Abraham Lincoln, deemed slavery to be un-American and ordered it abolished. It took a war, against America’s South, to make that order stand. Doing good helped kill the “advances,” in America’s South, of enslaving human beings.

But doing good was not “out of the woods yet” . Doing good came in for a verbal onslaught. The do-gooder concept took a real beating in America’s “man on the street conversations”. It became ok to even slur the do-gooder words.

Asking Google for a definition of do-gooder produced this list:

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  1. do-gooder – definition of do-gooder by the Free Online Dictionary

    http://www.thefreedictionary.com/do-gooder

    A naive idealist who supports philanthropic or humanitarian causes or reforms. do-gooder. n. Informal, usually disparaging a well-intentioned person, esp a

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  2. Do-gooder – Merriam-Webster Online

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/do-gooder

    Definition of do-gooder from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.

  3. Urban Dictionary: do-gooder

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=do-gooder

    See bleeding heart liberal. Someone who thinks they are helping society by championing oppressed minority groups, when in fact they are ruining soc…

Naïve idealist, well intentioned person, bleeding heart liberal, championing oppressed minority groups are all used during defining do-gooder. The attack on the definition of do-gooder was JIT(just in time) for America’s 70s.

America, in the 70’s was doing good. And the lyrics of America’s songs, as lyrics often do, put that social style into words and music. And that period seemed like a dedicated to mankind period. It bore little or no resemblance to Southern America’s 1860 years. It looked like America was well-placed to become a monument to civilized mankind.

But then came the 80s and America showed that it had indeed been infected by the do-gooder  prose. America went as far-right as it could go. Doing-good was reduced to a whimper.

Penises were sliced. Illegal wars were started. Natural resources were stolen. Massive lies were told. Human beings were guilty of crimes when they were accused. Water was poured up the noses of human beings accused of a crime. Crack cocaine was sold by high government officials. America’s own intelligence agent was exposed(sins of the husband were visited upon the wife). Human beings from around the world were locked up in a hell hole without due cause. It was said that the hell hole could not be closed.

America, you did it. You successfully moved away from doing good to doing evil.

You successfully crashed your own economy and the economy of others. With your selection of the neocons, you paved the way for a worldwide economy crash. You successfully tainted, with massive propaganda,  your own  current events news pool. And that means there is a wide gap between what your population knows and what is knowable.

Wake up America!!

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      I tried Blogger. Waited 3 days for publish. I tried WordPress. At the beginning, I experienced all manner of “nag attacks”. The webpage’s back-arrow use to come and go at will. “It(vanishing back-arrow) and I used to interact and react with each other”. Finally things settled down to what it is today.

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