During the last century, millions were starved, tortured, and outright murdered by the supposed champions for the common folk. Those around during the worst of it, were horrified and if they could, rejected the systems of government that performed these atrocities.
The names of these government systems varied, although they all called for the disarming of all citizens, the stealing of wealth, the seizing of personal property, the abolishing of religion, and the ultimate enslavement of those the governments were supposed to represent. Voting was a farce, the leaders lived the life of luxury, and anyone that stood in their way was destroyed.
Today the atrocities continue. China is an example. So is Venezuela, but those being educated are not reminded constantly of the history of these forms of government, and the demand for embracing the liberty demanded by the Constitution. Millions died horrible deaths, yet it's as though it was all just part of an inconsequential fiction novel.
Many are mad at the media, me included, but it's not at what they report, but at what they don't report. Those in the media can't be blamed completely, since they passed through the education system, were indoctrinated, and now are content to be receive glory for the years they continue the narrative. They blissfully accept the money, and prestige, for the years they worked to receive the education that washed away their ability to think critically. Most are blissfully unaware they had their brains washed, and on any day pass the graves of those that died to prevent the system they now embrace.
I blame this on the education system. Those entrusted to teach failed in their duty, and the result is a large amount of the citizenry thinking they are safe from the murderers that long to control their destiny with evil intentions.