@Bole: There are Americans who feel the same way, some with even greater conviction than what you described. Many recognize the problem, but few can agree on how to remedy it.
It's easy to say, "The U.S. should do X and stop doing Y." Americans and non-Americans have been singing that chorus for a long time. But that doesn't produce much change. As individuals we must act as individuals. So the question is: What actions can we take as individuals to improve the situation in the USA, and by extension, the rest of the world?
This is a decision we must all make for ourselves. My choice has been to help people grow, to learn how to make their own conscious choices, especially when they want to go against the grain but lack the courage to do so. I believe this is a step in the right direction, but a lot more is needed. One voice encouraging people to stay conscious is merely a quiet whisper against the cacophonous background noise telling them to get a job, watch TV, and blame everything on the President.