Oprah Winfrey: ‘I worry about where we are as a country’

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Oprah Winfrey said she is worried about America.

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Speaking in the upcoming podcast, “Mind Body Zone: Living Outside the Box”, hosted by self-help guru, Deepak Chopra, Winfrey expressed concern that the country is heading in the wrong direction.

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Asked by Chopra if she was “afraid of anything,” Winfrey replied “I worry about the country. I worry about where we are as a country.”

“And the word is not a concern. I see the distance and the inability of the different parties and factions to listen to each other. I can see this kind of spiral into the lack of truth on the part of many individuals and you and I both know that ultimately no good can happen,” Winfrey says.

Winfrey further explained that the state of the nation takes up a lot of space in her mind, but she is not afraid.

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“I think about those things, but I’m not afraid of those things,” Winfrey said.

So does it help him sleep at night? “The totality of his life” she says.

Winfrey said, “The side and hand of something, the energetic force field of something other than my own mind and personality, is at work here.”

Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the potential threat of climate change, Winfrey’s concerns may not be entirely unreasonable or isolated.

An intelligence forecast from the National Intelligence Council published in April paints a grim picture of a world fractured by the lasting effects of these threats to humanity.

Report – Published every four years – is titled “Global Trends” and was released by the National Intelligence Council on Thursday. It aims to help policy makers and citizens anticipate which economic, environmental, technological and demographic forces are likely to shape the world over the next 20 years.

Over the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has reminded the world of its fragility and demonstrated the inherent risks of a high degree of interdependence. In the coming years and decades, the world will face more acute and widespread global challenges ranging from disease to climate change to new technologies and financial crises.”

related: US intelligence report paints grim picture of post-COVID-19 world

Winfrey’s concern about America’s current trajectory and the National Intelligence Council’s dark forecast are among several warnings from the intelligence community and scientists urging the US and other countries to address the various issues before it is too late.

In January, the doomsday clock was set for 100 seconds at midnight, the closest symbolic point of humanity’s destruction since the Cold War when the US and Soviet Union tested their first thermonuclear weapons.

The decision to move the clock is made by the Bulletin of the Nuclear Scientific Science and Safety Board in correspondence with the bulletin’s board of sponsors, which includes 13 Nobel laureates.

The time is unchanged from 2020, when the hands move closest to midnight in clock history.

On 23 January, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists announced the decision, saying that the mishandling of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic was a “wake call” that “governments, institutions and a misguided public are unprepared to deal with even greater threats.” Nuclear war and climate change.”


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