JAR – A look at the WONDERFUL land of MAGA-donia

JAR – A look at the WONDERFUL land of MAGA-donia

It’s not a misspelling of the ancient Roman province of Macedonia. It’s also not a martial art…
Lately there’s been some chatter among conservatives in the Twitter space having fun with a fictitious place called ‘MAGA donia’. Pictures with this hashtag are often posted of Trump supporters in various settings resembling a simpler time. A time when you could still walk and talk freely without fear, wear what you want, and maybe even have a drink or ten out at the beach.
Sounds a lot like pre 2020. The B.C. era, if you will.
The Venn diagrams floating around that show a ‘you are here’ text in the middle serve as a somewhat humorous reminder of the creeping totalitarian nightmare heading to the U.S. and depict dystopian classic novels; 1984 by George Orwell, Lord of the Flies by William Golding, and Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, but forget to include one very special novel about the negative impacts of collectivism and socialism by Ayn Rand. Atlas Shrugged.
Written in the late 1950’s the book not only perfectly articulates the situation that the biggest drivers of industry and wealth find themselves in now under the diversity, equity, and inclusion social credit system but it also vividly depicts a disenfranchised group of individuals that retreat from society at large to unleash the energy and genius necessary to create a new parallel economy, all while watching the system they once helped lift up crumble to the ground.
And that’s us today. The silenced majority. As evidenced by the emergence of new social media platforms, the boycotts of Bud Light, Target, and others, and renewed efforts to reinstate Faith, Family, and Freedom back into our institutions, all may not be lost.
While we may not be the wealthy socialites that Ayn Rand wrote about in her novel, the woke corporate elites who believe their own hype (so to speak) are still choosing, intentionally or not, to ignore the large portion of Americans who never paid much attention to pandemic restrictions in the first place, and
who still believe in right and wrong, and who ultimately long for the mythical, magical land of MAGADONIA.

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