I get that the picture is bleak, and that political solutions bring little realistic hope. I think that sooner or later, things will have to get worse before they get better - even if they get better in the short term. The Leftward drift and unmooring from the constitution and the founding principles has been too constant for too long. Something has to give.
I don't have any aversion to discussing it or preparing for it to whatever degree one wishes to prepare, and whether that is tangible or mental preparation or some blend of both. Chance favors the prepared.
But preparing ones self mentally and physically for whatever comes is not the same as looking for disaster to the point where one seeks to bring it about. It's not the same as giving up to the point where you not only stop trying to fight for your way of life, but seek to aid those who wish to end it.
"Tear it all down" has never been a sane rallying cry, especially for a society that so far has not devolved into utter despair and outright tyranny, elimination of human rights, genocide, or whatever horror you pick from the list of horrors human beings commit upon one another.
We have our liberty, as threatened as it is. We have our history, as badly as it has been distorted. We have our economic strength, as mortally as it is wounded. We have our constitution, as egregiously as it has been neglected. We have decency, as perverse as our enemy may be. We have our intellect, as difficult as it is to proliferate it through the societal morass. We have our military, the mightiest in the world. We have our media - David against Goliath. We have our Judeo-Christian heritage, standing in the face of craven evil. We have our Lord God Jesus Christ, upon whose providence this nation was founded.
These things do not add up to hopelessness in my mind. They certainly do not add up to throwing in the towel, and they really, certainly don't add up to "F*ck it, let's just tear it all down". I don't have a rosy perspective. But I guess my perspective still sees what is good, and hopes that if good people DO SOMETHING, it can be restored - peacefully and within a civilized framework if at all possible.
I want to fight for our way of life, and try to restore our country. Not allow it and help it devolve into chaos out of some sense of hopelessness. I understand that new and untested measures must be taken. But I refuse to jump straight to "kill it", or the mentality that precedes it.
Killing the United States by abandoning civility will not bring about a new, fresh United States. Not at this point. It will end the very concept of liberty for the human race. Europe is all but gone. Islam is rising. The Caucasian race is committing willful demographic suicide. America and her constitution is the only hope for the concept of liberty for humanity. If we fall, humanity will have nothing to look to to demonstrate what liberty looks like. Do we really think that the most powerful nation the world has ever known could fall to Leftism without spawning the most evil regime the human race has ever endured? Does anyone here seek to bring that about? Because it will not lead to anything good - not for us, our children, or the human race.
So in my opinion, we have to try. We don't give up. And we certainly don't help the enemy tear it all down.