The United States of America is a beautiful country with an incredibly strong basis in freedom, independence, and loyalty. Americans are fiercely committed to their homeland, and they have a genuinely deep love for the place they are from. There are many great things about America, but every single country has negative things about it, and America is no exception. When the rest of the world looks at America, what do they see? Read on to find out.
People no longer date in America. They insult each other perpetually, and harass one another via email, Facebook, and text. Relationships fall apart faster than they did 50 years ago simply because no one knows how to properly converse anymore.
The Police Force
Police are trained way too quickly and militarized far too much. They have an excessive amount of power, and not enough oversight. This has resulted in multiple killings, seemingly motivated by race, and not much else.
High Obesity Rate
Over 40% of the American population is classified as “obese.” This means that they are unnaturally overweight – not just “naturally bigger boned.”
Sense Of Entitlement
For the most part, American children grow up extremely comfortably. They grow into adults who have had a severe lack of hardship or struggle, and develop a sense of entitlement, feeling that everything is owed to them. America is raising children to have poor work ethics.
No, not to drugs or alcohol (although that is an issue as well). Americans, especially teenagers, have an extreme addiction to technology, entertainment, and celebrities.
Culture Of Violence
The United States has an obscene amount of murders, hate crimes, and racist attacks; especially for a country that claims to promote equality, tolerance, and freedom.
Feminists Gone Wild
Feminism is a wonderful, beautiful thing – when it is about equality. In some cases, it has gone way too far – speaking of the eradication of men themselves.
The Rate Of Debt
Household debt is at an all-time high in the United States. And what does everyone do? Pretty much ignores it.
The phones may be smart, but the people using them seem to be the opposite. People in America spend more time on their phones than with their friends, and spend more time taking pictures for Instagram or Snapchat than making actual memories.