>“We the People” have had it pretty good since WWII. Our prosperity has resulted in our collective apathy toward the corrupt progression of what once were servants of the People into life-long “career politicians” in Washington, D.C. who have become our elite political ruling class.
>Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Today in our United States we have an all-powerful central government enabled by a subservient media propelling our nation toward the living hell described in George Orwell’s 1984 where truth cannot be found—where freedom does not exist.
>Upside Down clearly defines the immediate action “We the People” can and must take to restore what used to be our government of, by, and for the people. If we choose to continue to sit on the sidelines and not get involved, we will transition from apathy to dependence and out of that dependence will come the bondage from which we rose 239 years ago.