The most difficult thing can be for a sane person to co-exist with insane people. This describes an environment where the abnormal would be normalized and what is abnormal being accepted as normal. The normal person would most likely succumb to also become insane. There is no liberation struggle that can correct a condition of mental illness, described in that level of insanity.
The world is divided between right and wrong, but there is confusion in choosing what should be acceptable from what is unacceptable. What is wrong is expected to be viewed as abnormal, while what is right is expected to be accepted as normal. Imagine a nation where those standing up for the truth are regarded as traitors, deserving to be incarcerated.
Can there be any worse condition than where a person who blatantly tells lies is labelled a patriot and handsomely rewarded, accordingly? Imagine also highly promising students at colleges being pushed to corners of insignificance, where nonperformers would be elevated on political expediency.
This includes known criminals being granted freedom and brandishing protection from authorities. After stealing from government coffers, they would then be hailed as successful businesspeople. After all, acquiring large sums of unaccountable monies would not be a crime in a land of corruption.
Those unable to make money, under those circumstances, are considered unwise. The time to make money is considered to be when criminality would be allowed to thrive to unprecedented levels. The one reporting a crime to the law enforcement agents would be incarcerated, while the perpetrator would be granted freedom. Living in a land of criminality is considered most beneficial and proves to be ideal for independence.