Malaise

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Malaise is the condition of people suffering from stunned silence, apathy, and intimidation after years of socialist and politically correct oppression. The term was used by U.S. President Jimmy Carter to describe America after the economic devastation and stagflation wrought by the Great Society, and by French President Emmanuel Macron during the Yellow vest movement of the early 21st century.[1]

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