I think I reached compassion fatigue about 10 years ago. It is exhausting to continue to be asked to show compassion for illegal aliens, third world refugees, asylees, and dreamers. And all at the expense of my fellow Americans.

Compassion fatigue, absolutely. Now let’s add to that. Americans now suffer from tolerance fatigue, grievance fatigue, understanding fatigue, accommodation fatigue, and denial fatigue.

We suffer from forgiveness fatigue for Muslims who are confused about our laws and values, Africans who are confused about our law and values, Mexicans who are confused about our laws and values, Central Americans who are confused about our laws and values, Asians who are confused about our laws and values and on, and on and on.

There are more than 94,000,000 American unemployed. The left, the right and their cronies from U.S. Chamber of Commerce, big meat, big business all want to declare those who resist being complicit in this country’s demise a bad, maybe evil, uncaring, racist, monster, for believing that it is OK, even desirable to want to provide for our fellow Americans first.

What we now have is a non-mutual symbiotic relationship between groups, where one group, the parasite, benefits at the expense of the other, the host. Western civilization may be terminal if we do not reconsider that these constructs ultimately benefit neither the giver nor the receiver.

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