Interview with Dr. Randy Short about the US Administration's Mismanagement
In the third episode of the third season of The Fact, we have interviewed Dr. Randy Short
social commentator and Int’l activist from Washington DC. about US downfall and mismanagement of the government.
MWFpress - In the third episode of the third season of The Fact, we have interviewed Dr. Randy Short social commentator and Int’l activist from Washington DC. about US downfall and mismanagement of the government.
Guest: Dr. Randy Short Social commentator and Int’l activist from Washington, D.C.
View full conference video on YouTube
Questions asked at the conference:
1. What's your perspective about the decline of American power? All great powers raised and at some point they declined. What determines how a great power loses power depends on its leadership and the economic, the moral and the cultural fortitude of that society. The United States has reached at least at this point where it is on the decline in a sense because of the lack of a vision and the moral ethical declined the cultural decline and the economic decline. If you look at America, it's always at war always sending soldiers or in a state of bellicosity even with nations that have no desire for conflict. How many years can a country invest all most of its resources into warfare occupation and foreign bases? We're in a very interesting place of decline that deals with corruption of the soul of the economy of the culture.
2. Why American people are tired of the policies? I don't think you're right for a couple of reasons. I understand that there's a great disdain and dislike for President Trump because of things that he says. Trump is far more popular than what you are being led to believe and people don't like everything about him but he's not as much of a problem as traitors within his ranks and the people on the other side.
3. Many analysts think Trump is weakening and deteriorating the US policies; do you think so? It depends. The United States isn't determined by the president; the foreign policy is the same. No matter who's in the office. The real power is not the elected leaders in this country. You've got the supreme Islamic council that is over Rouhani; we've got some among the super-rich the plutocratic the richest families are sort of like what I would call the American Supreme Council and they're the ones that dictate policy. The presidents are basically actors.
It’s worthy to mention that this video conference is held regularly with several international subjects inviting various activists and analysts from different countries. (see the archive of The Fact web conferences)