Photo Challenge, Politics

The Statue of Liberty Past and Present

A story, perhaps not fiction, I wonder! Friday Fictioneers, hosted by Rochelle. Na’ama Yehuda contributed this week’s photo seen below.

One day looking through a collection of postcards, I found the Statue of Liberty card, which brought childhood memories of happier years long past.  The security, that gift from France, meant so much!  A famous landmark was representing freedom.

As they continue to change history, the children in school today will no longer read truth or wonder!  Those in "power" have introduced living in fear instead.  Control; it's happening; we see unfair treatment by those in authority — tyranny instead of freedom promoting fear instead of security. 

However,  America is still the best place to be.  God bless the U.S.A.   

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