@black3stpanth3r: I won't change my mind and as I said in the past, we can't come to an agreement, because we're naturally destined to clash against each other in one of the bloodiest conflicts the world has ever seen, it will whether take place in the United States of America or in Europe, that's at least my true purpose in life. When it comes to my financial position, I don't lack anything, I have my wealth, but I feel like it doesn't matter, what matters if one has a wealthy life, but the country where you were born is changing and alienating itself from you and your values, your history, that's why I believe that my fate is whether to die for a change and eternally unite myself with my nations soil after the first drops of blood falls on the ground, or experience this change and see my children and their children growing safety.
I would encourage you to not be so fatalistic. I spent a lot of time over the years in Cuba - a place where people have been oppressed by socialism for almost 70 years. While those who disagree with socialism are not as vocal as government cronies due to political persecution, they have slowly won the debate among the people. No one, even government employees believe that socialism is the answer. They know that the only people who get rich in a socialistic society are high ranking government officials. The black market thrives with entrepreneurs in Cuba.
I work in DC, a place that voted 94% for Hillary Clinton. Be even in the mecca of liberalism, I see signs of hope where people have recognized that conservative ideas and principles are best. Parental choice is supported overwhelmingly by the residents there. The DC council voted to overturn the $15 minimum wage hike because it recognized the damage it would do to its poorest citizens. Even life-long government bureaucrats laugh when politicians talk about the government making anything from healthcare, to roads more efficient and cost effective.
In my suburb, 40% of the people are not native English speakers, with many having come from El Salvador. My observation is that we have been more of an influence on them. Now they don't always share my small government views, but in many issues they hold conservative values.