The Decay of American Cities: A Symptom of Societal Decline

The decay of American cities is increasingly evident, and the ongoing battle over non-citizen voting rights in New York City epitomizes this decline. Yes your heard right…

Recent headlines showcased the relentless push by democrat policy makers to allow non-citizens to vote in local elections! 

This move not only undermines the foundation of citizenship but also highlights the broader societal decay fueled by an out-of-control liberal agenda.

The Straw Broke the Camel's Back

In a bid to appear inclusive, New York City’s Democrat proponents Adrienne Adams and Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez claimed it would enhance representation and allow for a more "inclusive and equitable political process to unfold". 

They forget there are reasons for holding these constitutional standards:

  1. Preservation of Democratic Principles.
  2. Protection Against Fraud.
  3. Ensuring Informed Voting.
  4. National Cohesion.
  5. Accountability.

However, politics driven by popularity contests risk undermining the essential standards of citizenship and the integrity of the voting process; showcasing a liberal ideology that seeks to reshape our institutions to fit its narrative, regardless of the consequences.

Rising Crime and Public Safety Concerns

This push for non-citizen voting rights comes amid a surge in crime and public safety concerns. Adding to the city's challenges, New York City has experienced a significant surge in migrants. An estimated 168,000 migrants have arrived in the city over the past year, putting a tremendous strain on public services, including schools and housing. 

Around 1,400 illegal cannabis shops were opened in the city during the past couple of years, causing significant disruptions by operating without proper licenses, undermining legal dispensaries, and posing risks to public health and safety.

Subway crime, for instance, has spiked alarmingly, with felony assaults increasing by nearly 20% in the first quarter of 2024 compared to the same period last year.

And the list of problems grows even further. Once a symbol of power, American freedom and greatness, the city's now slowly turning into an over-expensive third world mess run by delusional people. Instead of fixing the problems they already have, they double down on their populist agenda. 

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A New Realm of Tyranny

This evasion of greater challenges is symptomatic of a broader issue: the erosion of foundational principles and effective governance of public safety.

We are entering a new realm of tyranny. Take for example our three-letter agencies, once symbols of protection and order, seem weaponized against the American people. To give you an idea of the gravity of the situation, consider this: 

  • The IRS has amassed an arsenal of 4,500 guns, 5 million rounds of ammunition, 621 shotguns, 539 sniper rifles, and 15 submachine guns. 
  • The Department of Veterans Affairs, tasked with assisting our veterans, has acquired 11 million rounds of ammunition.
  • Even the U.S. Postal Service has a tactical team, and the number of non-DoD federal employees with firearms, which includes agencies like the IRS, is 200,000, surpassing the Marine Corps' 186,000 members. 

If your government does not use deadly force to protect its borders but uses it to enforce unconstitutional laws and collect taxes, it really should raise some alarms about a sinister undisclosed plot: tyranny.

The Broader Implications

Allowing non-citizens to vote is not just a legal issue; it’s a symptom of larger societal decay  —a direct consequence of liberal policies run amok. Our cities are plagued by rising crime rates, homelessness, and economic instability. Yet, some leaders prioritize politically charged initiatives that divide communities and erode trust in the system.

Citizenship is more than a status; it’s a commitment to the principles and values that define our nation, and its erosion leads to dangerous path that threatens the very fabric of our society.

Fortunately, the judiciary intervened. The New York Supreme Court struck down the non-citizen voting law as unconstitutional, reaffirming that voting is a right reserved for American citizens. However, the proponents remain undeterred, taking their case to the highest court.

Taking Control of Our Health

In times like these, we need to be vigilant and take control of our health. At Black Forest we stand ground on the American principles that built our nation.

This is why we’ve developed products that reflect upon said values and beliefs. 

NMN, a groundbreaking supplement, has been shown to reduce weight, cholesterol, and blood pressure in overweight adults. Dubbed the “limitless pill,” NMN can take 10-20 years off your age. However, the FDA is trying to reclassify NMN as a drug, which would give pharmaceutical companies control over it, making it expensive and less accessible.

This move is not based on the efficacy or safety of NMN but is aimed at cornering the market and taking the supplement away from the independent market. By making NMN a prescription-only drug, they could force you to pay exorbitant prices, keeping you dependent on job-related health insurance and effectively preventing you from achieving self-sufficiency.

Where we stand!

Black Forest Supplements is committed to fighting for access to solutions such as NMN. Which is why in a time when our foundational principles are under attack, this is a great opportunity to stock up on solutions that promote health and independence disengaged from government and corporate overreach.

To truly address the decay of our cities, we must return to the core values that built this nation. Focus on solutions that strengthen our communities, uphold the sanctity of citizenship, and ensure a brighter future for all Americans. 

Don’t let misguided policies derail our future—stand firm and fight for what’s right. Arm yourself with knowledge, stock up on NMN, and show that we won't be silenced or subdued. Together, we will rise above.

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