The Prose Of Election Politics

It could be time for a national detox program. We’ve done our best to talk Democrats out of a severe anti-reality state they have been locked into. But we had no luck, they refuse to be rational. Now the only question is will they also refuse rational treatment?

So what does it mean, all the things Dems said and ran on in the course of campaigning? Well, it signals that they have not found the bottom of the barrel yet. But they tried.

Now we will go from election politics to antics. The antics of radical activism in the face of losing is always better than admitting any loss. That can mean, and usually does, anything goes. We can expect the misery of their refusal to accept the prognosis and treatment protocol. Well, that is when things get ugly. They will want to determine and control that process when, in effect, they are the sick patient. There might be a standoff.

But through the 2022 midterm campaigns, Dems basically told people that “if you vote for Republicans everything is going to break.” The sky will fall; life or society will fall apart.

The bitter reality is that this idea is so hilarious. What is not broken now? Democrats did their damnedest to rip apart the fabric of America to reveal an ideological evil we haven’t seen before. Their entire idea was to tear the system apart, from the economy to the justice system to the national security of America and border. It’s been ugly and part of what drives Democrats is the resistance from rational people to accept their failed ideas.

Look at reality — and it isn’t pretty — they spent two years breaking anything and everything in the country: starting with 550 riots in 2020 to compromise civil society, and eventually culminating into what they’ve done to our education system. They did their best to squash our national energy policies that were benefiting the country, and even stomp out any dialogue about it. Then they turned their axe against the idea of public safety and our justice system. They put special emphasis on weaponizing a crime wave into a political assault on citizens. Criminals took notice. They attacked our economy with all the vigor they could muster. But in it all, it was really the American people they were attacking. We were the intended target.

So with all the damage in the wake of Democrats’ one-party reign over our country, they then said democracy was under assault by people who only wanted to restore a sense of normalcy. People who just wanted their basic liberty back, on the heels of shutdowns and lock downs. A pandemic that was weaponized against the people.  ‘No respite for them,‘ say tyrannical Democrats, who turned the people into their enemy.

Now the Democrats run on this thing called “saving democracy” while making veiled threats against anyone who doesn’t line up with that narrative. We were considered the enemy of the state. Parents at school board meetings became domestic terrorists. The Patriot Act should be rolled out on them hard. No mercy.

And Democrats watched the assault on freedom in Canada with great enthusiasm. If only they could crack down on us like Trudeau was doing up north. If only Dems could shut down organizing and speech the way he was doing. The plan was to criminalize freedom-loving patriots by turning them into a “threat” to the very democracy that patriots were trying to salvage from the hands of institutionalized radicalism. A twisted deception.

No, we said, the true threat is systemic radicalism controlling our system of governance. Save us from ourselves. As Pogo said, “we met the [real] enemy, and the enemy is us.” Or people that hate America anyway and will do anything to put it down, and then transform it into something we were never meant to be. That is the real threat to America.

What are Democrats anyway? With all the damage they’ve done and are still doing, it’s time for another term. The only descriptor for Democrats is: Disaster Deniers.

 

Meanwhile … democracy is on the ropes, under threat, at risk, on the ballot!

Right Ring | Bullright | 2022

Revisiting Paine

From American Crisis: December 1776:

“There are persons, too, who see not the full extent of the evil which threatens them; they solace themselves with hopes that the enemy, if he succeed, will be merciful. It is the madness of folly, to expect mercy from those who have refused to do justice; and even mercy, where conquest is the object, is only a trick of war; the cunning of the fox is as murderous as the violence of the wolf, and we ought to guard equally against both.” — Thomas Paine.

Eulogy To Roe V. Wade

Today, June 24, 2022, Roe V. Wade died after a torturous yet productive life. Roe was imagined and born in a cloakroom of the Supreme Court on January 22, 1973, by a 7-2 decision. Just as her life began there, it also ended there almost 50 years later.

She is survived by a variety of anonymous offspring who declined to comment. Her alias was ‘reproductive rights’ but often operated under the pseudonym of Healthcare. Socially ahead of the times, she identified as a law. Preferred pronouns: me, my, mine.

But for those 50 years she lived large in society, clinics, side streets in neighborhoods and the minds of the American people. She was a force to be reckoned with. Nearly every Supreme Court nominee — or federal judge — was forced to swear on the altar of Roe Wade to protect her ceremonious existence, marinated in estrogen.

She led a religious cult and following; and was nicknamed the ‘sanctity of death’ among critics. However, far from leading a healthy life, she created a toxic environment that ushered evil into every faucet of society masquerading as constitutional legitimacy.

In early life, she established many clinics and offices dedicated to her posterity in low-income and minority neighborhoods under her cousin’s name, Planned Parenthood. The two held various common interests. They were a dynamic duo of power and agendas.

Over recent years, Roe’s own health worsened though some thought her immortal. She had been privately on life support for a while. In finalizing her existence, 5 Justices decided to pull the plug. While the Chief Justice concurred, he instead preferred removing all treatment and judicial sustenance necessary, leaving her to slow yet fatal expiration.

The decision won out, Roe Wade was humanely put out of suffering to the protest of her cult following. The fallout of which is bound to be felt on streets across America.

Ironically, this did not end all the suffering and misery she caused over a 50 year reign. She helped lead a deviant legacy of debauchery across the country. Over 60 million babies were killed as a result of her half-century existence. Roe was very politically active for being terminally diseased. Her fiercest enemy was Personhood.

“Roe v. Wade caused a 4.5% decline in births in states that had not previously legalized abortion. ” – a simple byline in Wikipedia  sums up her legacy.

Despite her wild successes, she was never accepted by a large population in America. Roe was illegitimate and created under false pretenses — the very kind of social ills and illegalities she proposed to exterminate across America.

Finally, the powers that be knew the only viable option to save  Roe Wade was through a formal codification in Congress, which never came to save her demise. But that did not slow her down. Her death count rivaled the Holocaust and Stalin’s and Mao’s evil.

Sadly for her, she had no conscience — born that way. She was billed as the solution to all cultural problems. Her life estate was quite extensive. Roe held sufficient layers of control over all power and leaders in the country. Still Roe was terminally flawed from creation.

Though Roe V. Wade is now gone, the process of abortion she enshrined will live on without its flamboyant maître d’of evil, and living large in the minds of her adherents.

Unfortunately, she falsely altered the minds of most of the cult. She could do no wrong nor ever die,  even though evil was her raison d’être.

America has been grieving the Roe Wade decision, both politically and socially, for almost 50 years. May she now rest in peace because she didn’t offer any here.

Now a moment of silence for “Roe V Wade is the law of the land.

Ceremonies to be held across the land.

[*^Correction: I initially said 6-3 decision but was corrected, 5-4.]

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Bad Vlad Rising

Okay all you Climate Change loons out there, here’s a message for you.

Is there no black hole out there powerful enough to suck “Vlad the Bad” into it? I thought science and climate change had the answers to all problems?

But the only thing the climatologist Leftists prove successful at is inflating The Bad’s ego, or appeasing him. And then using Putin as a punch line to blame all their policy failures on.

What happened to the supremacy of science?

So your god of science is powerless to save you from evil. It doesn’t seem like science can even save itself… from science.

 

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2022

Hillarygate To The Septic Swamp

What a tangled web she weaves. If this is not evil personified, then I don’t know what is.

Strange how the hypocrite Hillary Clinton goes from under investigation to running an investigation; and from hiding a server — “you mean like wiping it with a cloth?” — to hacking servers, all within a few months time. It’s almost like magic. Dark deception.

You just can’t make this stuff up. But if you can, then you probably ought to work for Hillary Clinton — or maybe the deep state.

My proverbial thought for the day is: Straight To The Top.

Hillary knew one thing for sure: once you get an investigation started, it takes on a life of its own and is very hard to stop. It’s sort of like perpetual motion. Except if it is a democrat where, by laws of physics, it cannot go anywhere.

What is it with these people, they think government is only a tool for their own personal use? Of course they do. To think Hillary is not even done yet. She’s reloading her server.

 

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2022

What’s The Point Of Name-Calling?

I’ve been called all kinds of names by Obama, Pelosi and Biden. But being called names by George Bush sort of takes the cake. Not that I don’t expect it from him, too.

Remember it started with McCain calling us agents of intolerance.(pre-2000) Even that was only warming up for McCain’s wrath against conservatives..

I don’t mind so much anymore. It is kind of flattering by now to be such a high target on Bush’s list. I mean you never hear him call liberals or Democrats names. In fact, he has little criticism for them at all. Nothing.

It is pretty revealing whom people choose to pin with their worst labels. But was Bush really ever a conservative at all? He is following the McCain, Obama, Biden formula.

So we get nativist, bigot, hater, intolerant and all the rest. He laces his top speeches with critique about us. What gives? I mean why all the anger at us? It’s not like we are jihadis.

That is the point, he can criticize us but then tempers his words on evil barbarians. But then he can go even a step further. When he does have to criticize evil monsters if a situation calls for it, like the 9/11 anniversary, he must also slur it right on over to those right-wing conservatives. Heap it on them real good.

So what does he do? He compares the mentality of the 9/11 terrorists – now that is the correct term for what they were – to us conservatives and regular Americans.

In his speech from the Shanksville 9/11 Memorial ceremony, he tosses in his best criticism. Is that the time and place for it? No, but that doesn’t matter. It is a public opportunity for open ridicule and, buddy, he is not going to pass it up.

“And we have seen growing evidence that the dangers to our country can come not only across borders, but from violence that gathers within. There is little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremists at home.

But in their disdain for pluralism, in their disregard for human life, in their determination to defile national symbols, they are children of the same foul spirit.”

Ah, the same foul spirit – get that euphemism for evil? Isn’t that nice how he works that in? What does that have to do with 9/11 or the sentiments of those who attacked us?

Never mind. He goes on in his domestic criticism saying:

“I come without explanations or solutions. I can only tell you what I have seen. ” — G W Bush 9/11 speech.

No, we are getting his inherent bias and slander about us, not what he has seen. It is his opinion camouflaged as fact. But then he does a strange two-step to at least recognize the objects of the ceremony — honoring brave citizens.

“At a time when nativism could have stirred hatred and violence against people perceived as outsiders, I saw Americans reaffirm their welcome of immigrants and refugees. That is the nation I know. (Applause.)” /…

“Twenty years ago, terrorists chose a random group of Americans, on a routine flight, to be collateral damage in a spectacular act of terror. The 33 passengers and 7 crew of Flight 93 could have been any group of citizens selected by fate. In that sense, they stood in for us all.”

But wait, might any ordinary Americans be the type of people he refers to as “nativists?”

So he has a little problem when he criticizes fellow Americans. He praises them when he wants to and reserves his harshest criticism for Americans. Does it make sense?

It’s bad enough when we hear this bullshit from the Left at every opportunity — when they are the ones who are racists and bigots — but hearing it come at us from Bush is pretty rich. Especially when Bush’s own bigotry will not allow him to criticize the Left, terrorist thugs, or radical Islamists on Jihad.

It is the “same foul spirit,” indeed. So he seems to have taken a page from the Left’s hymnal lately. They have been calling us Taliban. And Bush’s speech went over with them huge. They loved the references. He finds more comfort attacking us than the Taliban.

From nativists to foul spirits, Bush can sure sling them. While doing it all just to preserve and protect his precious legacy from any criticism. We’re disposable deplorables.

It was not George W Bush’s speech that offended me so much, but the fact it was written and scripted that way. He seems to have a lot in common with the lunatic Left.  The only time we hear from George W. Bush is when he is attacking fellow Americans.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Open Letter To National Enemies

Please allow me to take a moment to speak directly to an often-neglected audience. There may still be some goat-herding enthusiasts or some freedom-seething population out there, or just America haters listening, otherwise plotting the demise of the US.

If one of the goals you are waiting for is an apology by an American, about and for America; then be forewarned you will not be receiving it from me, or others like me. You may get one from someone but it will not necessarily be from any real American at heart.

That is because it is not something real Americans typically do, to appease devious miscreants and thugs in that part of the world. The rosy day when American types look up to Cuba, China and Venezuela as the models in governance is not going to happen.

Now then, you can continue waiting and waiting in perpetuity but it will not be coming anytime. And likewise, nor will we be conceding to, or reconciling ourselves with, your form of whatever it is you people do in reality gone wild.

But that applies just the same whether you happen to live in Beijing, Baghdad, Tehran, Havana, Afghanistan, or gasp even right here in America.

So I do caution you that if you think and believe you are hearing apologies from some in America, you better think again about who that source is. Imposters are out there.

That would include this 46th resident of the Oval Office. Do not be fooled by the title, office or status, they are not speaking for genuine America or Americans at large.

That also goes for, say, those who even sport a false moniker of “no apologies” publicly while adopting popular appeasement lingo. You should not be deceived by that because real Americans are not fooled in the slightest by any of that radical posturing.

Thanks for listening.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

As It Was 9/11

In view of the upcoming 20th anniversary of 9/11, I thought it would be good to it a little different than normal.

By that I mean in a lot of ways, differently. Not the same. This day has taken on a format and semblance on every anniversary. One of the most critical has always been simply remembering events. For some people it means remembering events of that day they experienced and how the attack on 9/11 intersected with those.

Well, the central 9/11 events then become the driving force but the secondary, personal events become the effects or collateral symptoms. I get it. That matters a lot.

It’s how we remember in associations.

This has always been done in various ways. For me, it has always been kind of sacred and I have not widely shared my personal story about the day. Everyone has one. And everyone’s story is important, at least to them, and no one story is more important than another one. That’s my view.  They are all important – both individually and collectively.

So my story is not the issue. I dwell more on the larger picture while keeping the personal sacred. However, there is a lot of common ground in the 9/11events, beyond remembering what you were doing.

It started off the most common of days, as normal as can be. This is the strange thing about it that it was so darn normal. Well, why wouldn’t it be? But almost too normal.

And that normal was breached by an evil that broke through our security bubble we had all taken for granted, which also was normal. The picture perfect day could not have been more normal along with our plans. A normalcy that was disturbed enough to question if we would ever have normal again? It made us long for the normal, rather than getting bored by it. We seemed unsure if normal could return?

Our sense of security, as we knew it, was popped in moments by the events themselves, unfolding in canons of news coverage hour by hour. Our personal world was invaded by outside events. It didn’t matter what you were doing, it had a personal effect on you.

That is why the personal became so important and yet so tied to national events. The two were merged in a way we had never felt before. Small, mundane things became trivial.

So there is a lot more in that day than just what happened and the sequence of events. And all were memorialized at the time in such a way only trauma and major significance can do.

 

Yet it is sacred that our national innocence was stolen at a time we were feeling most normal was surreal irony. What followed would become the most abnormal experience imaginable. But the reality was, prior to the attacks, conditions only added insult.

So my day, personally, is irrelevant as that goes. I could tell you what I was doing since it is etched in my mind. It is as if someone placed a new blank tape real in my memory just to record those events and what I did, every move and place.

It was preserved and stored in a place to be kept unedited with all the feelings recorded as well. Over the years, I have kept it as it was, then, in that segment of time. I treasured it, respected it, consulted it, and cherished it as my individual copy of history.

No one else had it, no one duplicated it. No one had access to it. And it was as good as anyone’s. I coveted the facts speckled over it. Others would have those facts, too, but no one had my original copy. It was as valuable as other copies, priceless all. Together, they make up a national treasury

A national library of feelings, facts and fears.

And few times over the years have I experienced those same feelings and concerns as that day and weeks that followed. Maybe a glimpse here and there but not on that same level.

One day, as if it were a time capsule, it will be opened for deeper reflection but that day has not yet come. It is sacred. I like my privacy and have a healthy respect for the sacred. Well, it may ferment like wine or get musty from sitting but it will always be there. It cannot be lost or destroyed. It is safe.

 

Some people did something…“– Rep. Ilhan Omar to CAIR on March 23, 2019.

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Are Colortinis Back In Style?

Does it seem to anyone else that since January 20th, everything that could go wrong has? Indeed it is how I feel. No lists are necessary from national security to economic, to schools to culture galore.

It could take your breath away. Some people probably just “sit back and,” as Tom Snyder used to say, “watch the pictures as they fly through the air.” So “fire up a colortini,” as he referred to them.

I explained to a good friend, who is a centenarian, a while ago: if we see a resurgence or revival now, one thing we can be sure of is that it must be God because it can’t be anything we did to cause it. There will be no doubt about it. (but there are always naysayers.)

This person has been a reliable Christian consultant over the years, who fears for what is ahead for the US now. It says a lot about the times we are in. There comes a point when it is up to God.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Downstream Politics, Upstream Revolution

As an aside admission, for years I did not take seriously enough that politics was downstream from culture. But I see how important that is.

I underestimated the connection between the two. Ignorance is no excuse.

You know, Democrats over the years criticized the right any time it stood up on cultural issues. They would say anything to get us to ignore culture. Not to say it worked; you can’t ignore it. But they knew culture is upstream from politics. So if you can change the culture then you change politics.

No wonder they wanted to fool us into ceding ground to the culture. If the Cultural Revolution is raging, the worst thing you can do is not show up – or dismiss it entirely. Some Republicans have yet to learn that while all the Democrats delve into it like the mother’s milk.

Forfeiting that ground is a huge error of omission in the war. Democrats seem to have a knack for running that cultural warfare. Not leading it but running out in front of every issue. We often just sigh and turn away.

But we cannot afford to do that. We must embrace the cultural battle if we want to win this war for the country. It may not be easy, but losing the country is tougher to handle. Losing both politics and the country in the end is devastating.

So the sage advice is to engage it or lose it. As I said at the top, I am guilty for not paying enough attention to the premise behind it. I am convinced Democrats understand that if they can change the culture, they can change the country. And naturally, the political advantage goes with it.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Wokeness Is Reality

What if…. Start now with something so basic that you never before would have had to explain it to someone. But today you feel compelled to. And it is not because people are dumb or dumber than before or that they don’t know.

They don’t know because they’ve been conditioned. Reality is only their truth and the perception of their truth upon everyone else. Their truth is shallow; it is ideology. It is a mixture of the top popular wokeness ideas in history. Since this strain is a relatively new phenomenon, it is a bunch of new ideas all mixed together. Yet it all leads to places of old.

But old ideas are relics to be destroyed under this concept.

Wikipedia (source for all things today) says:

Woke is a term that refers to a perceived awareness of issues that concern social justice and racial justice. It derives from the African-American Vernacular English expression stay woke.

First used in the 1940s, woke has resurfaced in recent years as a concept that symbolizes perceived awareness of social issues and movement. By the late 2010s, woke had been adopted as a more generic slang term associated with left-wing politics, progressive or socially liberal causes such as anti-racism, LGBT rights, feminism and environmentalism. It has also been the subject of memes, ironic usage and criticism for its methods and consequences. Its widespread use since 2014 is a result of the Black Lives Matter movement and the death of George Floyd in 2020.

What is this jabber about? History has not yet recorded the effects of this new wokeness on society. But by the first impressions, it will not be good. We still don’t know how far it can go yet. We can only hope that, while every popular idea seems to have a shelf life, this one too has an expiration date. But up to this point anyway, we cannot know that.

We can’t say for certainty that this one will die off, as other things have, that senses might prevail. What senses? That is because this is to replace sense or common sense specifically. Well, what is common sense anyway but a collection of biases supported by collective people? But who says common sense prevails? Or that common sense does take root?

Under these current conditions that is not a foregone conclusion anymore. Common sense indeed can be abolished if enough people decide it should be. We can make rules against common sense. We can disallow it.

Now that would be a very radical experiment or goal to try. But adherents are intent on doing just that. Who really cares what the purpose of it all is, if the predominant goal is only to tear down conventional ideas and reason? Where does that all leave you?

And since nothing really happens in this world in a vacuum, what is the relative effect of this in the world? We cannot even estimate that.

You see, strange as all this talk sounds, like some mumble jumble, it is the same kind of talk one could hear on a given day about what is going on. Things don’t make sense. Motives and culture itself seem deliberately twisted in knots. Why? Anyone’s guess is no better or worse than another’s. Who can say for certain? Is there anyone in particular leading it? Confusing.  It is more of a group culture think, and momentum leads.

At this point, one could write some jabber like this meaning very little or a lot, depending, and could even be considered inspiring. So maybe there is some hope, though remote, that this radical thing called wokeness can reverse engineer itself by the same evolution it was created. But don’t bet on it. More appropriate is the concern of what it will do?

When does this woke get broke?

I don’t mind so much new ideas built on established things and concepts; but this wokeness appears hell-bent on destroying, tearing down and abolishing any conventional concepts.

Is it winning?

Does something now as basic as America survive the targeted onslaught? Stay tuned. But if not, don’t expect an epitaph. Woke doesn’t do those. God save us from this Woke.

We are where we are,

surrounded by Woke

and it don’t feel better,

It just feels worse.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Denial Is Done

After giving it serious thought, there is an admission I could make that some people may understand. I am a kind of ideologue. Now as a rule I don’t like ideologues. But in one way there is something to say for it. Maybe it is not quite conventional but neither am I.

What I mean is I am an anti-Leftist ideologue. Years ago it was just called anti-liberal for shorthand because of what liberals have become, Leftists. That’s too bad they ruined the term liberal. I’m zealous about it to the point of knowing their stands; (evolving as they are) I have read their diatribes, studied their positions and learned to spot them pretty easily. They are fairly easy to stereotype.

However, the old form of liberal – in the classical sense – is gone, or an endangered species.

Some of those leftists may still like to use the term liberal for cover because it sounds so much better. But they are really leftists not the old classical liberals. You would have to go back to see what even liberals were pre-sixties to contrast them.

But since the rise of the new left, old liberaldom with its classical positions and defenses has been squeezed out — rendered extinct. Freedom and libertarian stands are gone now. All that remains in the Democrat Party are Marxist, socialist, sympathizing views. Even they know it when they purge or reform outliers. To a large extent, they don’t try to deny or hide it like they once did into the nineties. In fact, they flaunt it in our faces.

The person who can be most credited with exposing them nationally is Donald Trump. We knew it before but Trump removed any shadow of doubt about it. Their mask is gone.

Occasionally, I recall things they used to say and the cagy way they denied their real positions. Now they just blurt them verbatim like any other Stalinist leftoids. Democrats are at the least fluent in the radical terminology. The commies have entered the fray and are, for the most part, running the show on the left. They used to get offended by those accusations before. Now they chuckle at the charge.

Times really have changed, but what has really changed is the identity of the left. The new left has turned into the old commie platform with all the bells and whistles one expects. Only the denial about it is gone, replaced by pride with an exuberant arrogance.

Call me that type of ideologue and I will gladly wear the label.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

The Looming Lunacy

It is only the third week in January and already the Loons are out in force. They seem to be everywhere you turn. Of course I’m not talking about some graceful bird, I’m talking about the radical Left. Maybe it is a type of mating thing they are doing. And wow, are they a noisy bunch. (if you have ever been around actual loons, you know what I mean)

I know you have heard it all before and so have I. The crazy Democrats are up to their tricks and ruining society, as we know it. But it’s true and they are. Only their antics aren’t seasonal or dependent on weather, it is all the time. And we are not fighting nature; we are fighting a non-stop force of evil that could easily be labeled reverse evolution.

Now if they had some knowledge or expertise in something, then I could understand there might be something worth listening to. But it is a radical hodgepodge of wacky theories and plans they roll out almost limitlessly. Time and space do not permit me to list them. From where do all these ideas spawn? Well, that is the question.

There is socialism, Marxism, cultural Marxism, Maoist thought saturating it. They don’t care where the ideas come from, or where they lead. No matter how many times those ideas have failed or wrought misery on people, none of that matters.

But I will say one thing for them. Now they have got an almost perfect person in an El Presidente to lead their movement. He hasn’t got the stamina or will to stand up to them. (if he wanted to) He is only the preferred vessel through which they can pursue their wildest fantasies. And a perfect one it is.

He is prone and committed to doing anything they desire. Nothing is off the table. Frankly, to call this bunch “woke” is an insult to reality. They flutter on emotions and instinctively respond accordingly. They aren’t the smartest bunch. I don’t know if we have ever seen the likes of this behavior before. And yet they call us flat-earthers.

The question should be: can we as a society afford to live with such a dominant if domineering species? How long could such cohabitation go on? Ironically that is the very kind of projection you hear from them on the Left. They wonder aloud how they can live in society with us? Is that a sign that there is something seriously flawed here? I think so.

You could compare the “woke” Left to ISIS or the Taliban in their culture of disgust for humanity. You would be close, But instead, they project that incompatible nature onto us. Remember they are the ones who don’t seem to care where all this leads or what effects we suffer from it. They don’t care. In fact, they use those harsh negative effects, of what they do, as a cudgel to lambaste us into compliance with their helter-skelter agenda. Abortion on demand is their leading answer to most of our problems. Just call it choice.

A simple question popped into my head as a valid response to all their rhetoric. So “you would endorse genocide and when should it start?” I think that is the only appropriate question left to ask them. It is, after all, the road they seem hell-bent on heading down. They are partially there already. Once they have convinced themselves of our inhumanity and the necessity of that solution, then it is only a matter of the logistics. They have already determined the path.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

2020 In The Rearview

In the last week of the year, I thought it would be good to do a post on 2020 but I couldn’t do it. That is above my grade. It would take a 750 page tome just to outline the events of this year in any detail.

2020 was an indictment on our culture, the establishment, the Left. It was a complete assault on values and western society. I’ll take a pass on that. In fact, the cottage industry in 2021 will be books about what happened in 2020, and not just about the election. But it will probably inspire some books, too.

So what to do about 2020 but give it a big old middle finger? Maybe a Bronx cheer salute from sea to shining sea. A giant sigh.

Assembling those thoughts on it, my instinctive reaction was to get on my knees and plead for it to be over, never happen again, that we recover and learn what we need to to do that.

Above all, pray that it be over. Finished. Then the taps would be in order rather than playing “Auld Lang Syne”. That song literally means “for the sake of old times.” 2020 was a blitzkrieg on the old times. Here are the lyrics:

“Should Old Acquaintance be forgot,
and never thought upon;
The flames of Love extinguished,
and fully past and gone:
Is thy sweet Heart now grown so cold,
that loving Breast of thine;
That thou canst never once reflect
On old long syne.”

It doesn’t quite work. Maybe those words are an appropriate tribute in any other year except this one. The taps with no lyrics serves it much better.

What did we learn; what were the important events; where are the benefits; or what was the overall theme? Too soon? There are days still left. Did anyone get mad at a year?

If cancel culture had any legitimacy or backbone, it would cancel 2020. But no, it tried to use the events of the year to cancel other things or people. Think of them all: from heroes to founders, to everyday Americans, to America itself, to news stories and corruption, to a great president. Cancel culture was literally screaming through a pandemic.

The only thing they didn’t try canceling was China, the place that spawned the pandemic.

And politics were in full display, oh were they. We found some events or situations that even politics, politicization of events or weaponization had no answer for. But they tried.

Finish 2020 off by 2 Senate runoffs in Georgia — which could determine the majority in the US Senate — by radical, commie, Marxist candidates. What could go wrong with that?

Is there no mercy left?

As bad as the year has been, whistling past the graveyard would do us no justice. We must make sure this year does not contaminate others. We must vow to repair the damage, not to continue it.

The strange thing is I get a sick feeling the Democrat left is not as disgusted by the year as the rest of us are. After all, in crises they see opportunities. The greater the crisis, the more people hurt, the greater the opportunity. It’s their motto.

Still one thought does remain about all those who did not see the end of the year, maybe for different reasons. Hundreds of thousands, like nursing home residents, did not make it through. Not even receiving a proper farewell. Enough said.

Play the taps. (Yet it will be remembered, in infamy)

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Good vs. Evil

In 2020, the age-old debate over good versus evil still rages on. Or should that be battle? But is there any way to score the current landscape?

To judge the levels of which is winning or losing, I have a simple test.

What is the amount or saturation level of evil in society? Start by asking a question: what is the cost of doing the right thing? The answer is a good indication of the level of evil.

Ideally it used to be doing the right thing because it was the right thing to do, was just the rule. It was appreciated or even praised. And that was it. But that has changed.

It can be more complex these days.

Now doing the right thing can have consequences. There can be penalties. Sometimes one pays a stiff price for doing the right thing. Not always. Well, it could even be a heavy price at times. If you think about it realistically, you can see those areas.

So I think that cost is directly relative to the amount of evil there is. Not to oversimplify it; I’m not saying that is a hard rule in all situations but in general.

You could take that to another level with the amount of good or evil in the public sector. Consider what Trump tried to do. Consider the amount of resistance, by Resisters, to give you an idea what I mean. There is certainly a lot of resistance..

Then look at the resistance or cost inflicted by Antifa or BLM protestors in riots or looting. It drives the cost of doing the right thing higher. Look at the ability of cops to prevent it.

Look at how many cops were murdered for just doing their job. So I think all that, and the tally of the cost, is a reasonable indicator to the saturation level of evil there.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Personal Encounter Of The Worst Kind

It may not be recommended to write in the first person, however, these days I find it increasingly harder to avoid it. See, when I am very bothered or troubled by things, my instinct is to personalize it.

Obviously, I am very concerned by the stream of what I see going on. One could not ignore it if one really tried to. That is part of the point I will get to in a minute.

The beginning of this is that we now have had three and a half years of a Trump presidency so it is time to state some of the revelations we have seen. I look at it sort of like a lessons learned confirmation of many suspicions that built up over the years.

But let me use this one example. Almost since 2016 we have heard these comparisons to Nixon. It was like a forgone conclusion the left was setting up about Trump. Not that bad, you say, it’s par for the course.

Though if we really compared it to Nixon we would realize that old phrase “the cover up is worse than the crime” would be shredded to pieces. That has always been the high-water mark to liberals. (I know the term liberal is questionable, but convenient) They always assert that no matter what the crime is, the coverup of it is much worse, more corruptive.

So in this case a direct comparison would show that, while there was a cover up under Nixon, it was limited to those in the ranks who were involved directly in it.

But what we have here in this country is a monstrous collusion between Government, nefarious Democrats — and their many activities — and the media or national press organ, all involved in the acts and the coverup. This is far bigger and worse than anything the Russians could even try to do to the US. It might be hyperbole to some but come along.

In Nixon’s case you were dealing with a ring of people. There were Deep Throat and reporters breaking the story to a shocked public. Okay, not to delve into details but this has been their analogy, not mine. Press broke through — but it couldn’t under Obama.

What is going on in this country today far surpasses anything called a scandal. In fact, calling it a scandal would be minimizing what was done.

Another pet pieve of mine is prestigious historians talking about this or that period. Actually, they wait for events to happen and then talk about them where one can make conclusions in connecting dots. All very interesting, as history is, but not so efficient in dealing with present reality. Though I am curios why or how we got here, too.

While events are happening, we don’t always know what the end result or effect of them will be. In effect, we are writing history without knowing how it ends. As they say, hindsight is 20/20. At this time, we have the benefit of witnessing all the events in real time. It is all terrible and we cannot say with confidence where it ends.

We now can see this giant ball of collusion is very damaging. We may not know the full effect yet. One of the contributing symptoms of it, forget the cause, is that the Democrats or progressives are more incorrigible than about anything I ever saw before.

For instance, when we have been saying for years that Democrats don’t care that is now an understatement. They really, truly don’t. When we have said the ends justify the means, it is so much bigger than that simple concept. The why of both of those are mind-blowing. (and we may not even know the entire why)

What we know that they know is an indictment on the Left. They know what is wrong, they pursue it anyway as a means. The media knows it should not ignore the truth and what is going on, but they do anyway. Government people know they should not be operating maliciously but they do anyway. The contributing corruption, then, between all the collaborating allies, is a monstrous cabal.

The sum total of what it is doing is even greater than all the parts combined. (I hope that makes sense) No, it is not an illusion or conspiracy theory of our making. It is actively happening right in front of our faces. Remember Adam Schiff claimed the proof of Trump’s collusion with Russia is in front of our noses? That was ironic projection there.

What they are doing, collaboratively, is much more caustic than anything we’ve witnessed before. We thought we had seen it all. We thought we knew what bad was. But now it has gotten to the stage that it operates right in front of us, teasing us that there is nothing we can do about it if it were exposed.

When you point out any of the wrong doings or patterns of corruption, they laugh at you as if you are hallucinating. But the thing is we know it and they know it. There cannot be any honest agreement about that admission though.

There is another new term some people are using now called “next level” stuff. I don’t have to define that. However, everything is so next level now there aren’t any words for it. Maybe I will think of some. Never mind that. This is ultra-next level.

From my point of view, I finally made a few determinations. First is that the Left doesn’t care. Caring is nowhere in the scene.

So they know all this is corrupt, from Benghazi to government abuse and obstruction; to rogue, personal servers concealing government operations; to surveillance of a candidate; to a full-blown coup orchestrated on an incoming president; to a blanket cover up of everything done before it. Who is complicit in all of this? That list is long.

No, it is not at all akin to Watergate or Nixon, or any past scandals. And the players involved are far more egregious and sinister than those. One could even say 40 percent of the country might be participating in one way or another. The percentage doesn’t matter.

If the entire base of the Democrat Party, and their various allies, are all corrupted then it is a big net. We don’t have to look far for examples based just on what they say.

For instance: the Supreme Court nomination. Chuck Schumer ran out threatening if Republicans pick a justice, next year everything would be on the table. Everything was on the table anyway. Nothing has been off the table to Democrats yet.

Look further down though. Trump picked the nominee and then social media erupted. Sure we knew it was coming. Yet it is always far worse. The leftist base – way past the Move On days — are telling Democrats to do anything possible to stop this. Use any means they have. Use every dirty trick or illegal maneuver to delay or block it. Use impeachment to try to stop it. Anything at all, short of warfare and some of them already advocate that.

You see how pernicious it all is? Right and wrong mean nothing, even remotely, even the Constitution means nothing. The gig is up. They really are unhinged but in the most dangerous way. They don’t care about anything. They don’t care if the country burns. They don’t care if it causes chaos or civil war.

But they do care about results and they demand them. In effect, it is a hostile takeover where the assailant values nothing the American people value. There is no common ground. Actually any type of criminal behavior that works to their benefit is demanded. They don’t need to make exceptions because there can be no exceptions.

This has always been the reason why you cannot negotiate with terrorists. They want to run over you, beat you into submission, cower you to their demands. This is the real coup, the one against Trump was only an appetizer. You could call it the coup of coups. One where there is no end to it.

Back on the track of cast of characters. the media plays a crucial role in all of it. They too do not care. It is not a simple matter that they chose to ignore all this stuff. They blatantly don’t care about it either. They are cognizant of the veracity but it doesn’t matter. Still the cover up, or the attempt at it, goes on.

But now we all know, confirmed over and over again, what has gone on. And it was confirmed even from their own ranks within the Deep State, within media or press, and by the Left. They don’t care that we know either and that is where war could begin.

Ordinarily, the main objective is to expose and reveal it. That is the starting point. The goalpost has shifted. It is out in the open now but the players cannot be coerced or forced to do the right thing. It has been so long. And so far there has been no power to force it.

No more pretenses. Lawlessness is the bomb.

This is the real dangerous spot. We now have lots of people who are willing to do anything, including breaking every law, to achieve their desires. (whatever crazy things those are) But this monstrosity is working its deviant, defiant, criminal will to achieve its ends. They have no scruples. And we see repeatedly that nothing is going to stop them.

We thought a coup was the end game. We thought a gigantic cover up was the wider plot. Yet it was always much bigger than we thought.

I would like to leave you with a bit of good news only I really have none. If I happen to think of or run across any, I will let you know.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Coming Attractions: Port-Amerika

For anyone listening: I am only a messenger, one voice, and I control nothing or no one. But there is one interesting message I have to pass along now.

Please put it in context that the Left has been at this for months, for years, and their rhetoric is always high. That in mind, this comes from collective Marxist organizers.

I don’t know that they can crank tensions up any higher but that is their idea.

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REMEMBER:

#September1st is the first day of
#SuperStrikeSeptember:

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Begins the same day as the nationwide #MarchForJustice for #BreonnaTaylor

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Every city will implement the #PortlandPrototype protest model

 

(BPD)–On September 1st, 2020, the Black Lives Matter movement, in #solidarity with the US #LaborMovement, shall make history. Together, the People will rise up and seize the reins of power and production and finally set this nation on the right path. The plan is simple:

What we already knew, Portland is their protest model, their prototype. And they plan on pollenating that across America. I certainly hope the DOJ is watching it like the rest of us.

They boast this riot model of violence and urban terrorism has been sustained for over ninety days. So they plan on duplicating that success everywhere they can.

And there is definitely a solidarity with media and Democrat pols. What is left to the imagination? Now you know what to expect from Dems and media who amp it up.

Right Ring | Bullright

Tomorrow’s Leaders

One of the things that always intrigued me was the idea of tomorrow’s leaders. I remained on the optimistic side until the early 2000’s. Then the pessimism began to outweigh the positive thoughts. You can read any reasons into that you like.

At least I tried to be optimistic that our future would be in decent hands. I don’t know that I can say that too much anymore. It’s sad. That’s not to say our leaders have been all that great or wonderful. But my hope was tomorrow’s leaders would reach new goals and highs, much like science and technology advances. (realizing not all advances are good)

One can hope future leaders improve and learn from past errors. Even void of history.

Of course those lessons are harder when no one talks about or acknowledges those past errors. Or if they refuse to admit there were errors. Without that, it seems to me, we cannot learn to not repeat them. Another way to look at it is: if we learn that those errors were positive and we need to do more of it not less, then we seem doomed to failure. But that could make some people happy.

Nowadays I have to apologize for not generally being positive. There just seem to be so many negatives staring me in the face. That is being realistic about it. I still feel the hope for the country and all, far as that is possible. But the leadership, to me, is very much in question. I suppose there can be no guarantees. Maybe I would like to see more signs of positivity for the long run?

It seemed like a big dose of positive for the future just getting Trump into office. He more than accomplished my basic desires. I can’t list them but a huge one was to break the monopoly and shake up the system enough to change status quo. That was a help. With that, as I assumed, we got all the attacks we should have expected. But it got much worse than I expected. Okay, so that is only confirmation of how badly it needed it. I get that.

Then came the official, organized resistance and all the rest. Again, predictable. Though at some point you evaluate if we have made headway in the long run. It is hard to see it. Then what happens if and when we let up even for a second? You know. That is also why I am convinced in seeing it as evil. And it spreads.

I sure would like to feel more optimistic for the future in good hands. But I’m seeing that glass as half empty and that is not enough to repel the enemy within. Is it a matter of training? I don’t know. Maybe I am looking at it only from my small perspective.

In the end, I do have faith that God is in charge and He will see us through. But that does not prevent bad things from happening to us. We can cause problems. Technology improvements themselves can cause problems, too. It is not all good.

When it comes to leaders though, I sigh and ask ‘will these new ones have to learn things all over again?’ Does the whole sequence have to repeat itself? Can’t we build on what we know and not on what we don’t know? I ask those questions in confidence because I don’t always like the answers I get. What about cynicism, is that fashionable now?

That is just touching the surface and I could litter this with examples. But at this point, I don’t think they are necessary. One more question for the road. Maybe we never really took on the communist threat the way we should have – or seriously enough?

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Keep On

What do we do? We should continue to pray for our country, the people, and ourselves. Pray we overcome this evil mist hovering across our country.It cannot defeat us.

Other than that, elections will still come on November 3rd and we need to vote. But now with what states have done in mail-in voting, and Dems’ other antics, we should realize it will be weeks before we know a final result on the election. You can expect delay.

I’m hearing, thinking and figuring it will take at least a month to count votes. I don’t see how to avoid that scenario. It should make Bush vs. Gore look like child’s play.

I get a reminder every time I look at my mail. There are no postmark dates anymore. Well, what does that tell us?

Keep on….. but knees are for praying.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Malicious Intent Of Radicals

I will try to make this brief to the important point. There has been a lot of radical activity lately, what with protests, counter protests, antifa, rioting, doxxing, violence and the like. Most of it carries a pernicious theme. It is almost too much to take in at once.

However, we have some typical reactions to it, along with desensitizing ourselves to it all. We have mob behavior and then we have the reactions to it from Democrats. Enough has been said about Democrats sympathies toward Marxist radicals. They just can’t help themselves from aligning with radicals’ goals and agenda. You know birds of the feather.

But something else comes through, best exemplified in a recent comment from Judge Jeanine on her show. She was talking about all this and referred to the elected officials in Seattle saying “what are you stupid?” It would be easier if we could write all this off as Democrats’ stupidity in how they respond to lawless radical activity of the Left.

We can no longer afford to be that naïve to call them stupid. In many or most cases, they do know what they are doing. And often they have reasons for it . Those reasons are malicious in themselves. Democrats come out of the same radicalism that spawns these protests and riots. Civil disobedience is only a means. But it is way past “civil disobedience.” It is lawlessness.

Now contrast that all with what we see happening on a daily basis. Often the elected and Democrats appear to operate in concert with the thugs – or at least do things to encourage, enable or sympathize with them. This is not by accident.

See the problem is we want to attribute what officials do as being stupid. What if it isn’t? What if it all is intentional? Now that is the only way the whole thing makes sense. In other words, if they know exactly what they are doing. If so, then officials operate collaboratively. Why should we ignore the obvious or pretend otherwise? Because we don’t want to admit the real malicious intent behind what these elected officials are doing. But haven’t we seen enough to have our worst fears validated? I think we have.

Dan Bongino began posing such a question about the mayor of NYC, Bill De Blasio. (real name Warren Wilhelm Jr.) About all the stuff he is doing that harms NYC, he asked, what would someone do differently if they wanted to destroy the city? Nothing, he says. So they would do nothing differently if they intentionally wanted to destroy the city. Get it?

Everyone needs to ask themselves the question if he/she is one of those being naïve about motivations of these radicals? With radicals, it doesn’t matter much whether they are on the street or in government somewhere, same difference. They are serving the same ends.

It can be traced back to Obama politicizing government. So it doesn’t matter whether you are serving in it or outside protesting it. Both sides share the same aspirations. And that radical ideology (for lack of other word) is the same that drives the actions of both.

The real question then is why would we attribute ignorance or stupidity to leftists when they are quite aware of what they are doing, and the consequences of it? Seems pointless.

A current example: the husband and wife in St. Louis, Missouri who defended themselves by bearing arms outside their residence to a mob of protestors, threatening the homeowners on their own property. The prosecutor charged them for threatening “peaceful” protestors.

Judge Napolitano on Fox noted that both husband and wife are lawyers. He said maybe the Soros-funded prosecutor had not considered the charges she placed on them could affect their ability to practice law? But no, no! What if she knew and realized that? Additional harm to her targets? You see, it starts to make sense when you apply reasoning.

Why else would radicals do what they do but to cause intentional harm to their political opponents? It’s the only way it makes sense. Maybe wider damage is the whole purpose.

Another thing we must consider is that reform is antithetical to these radicals. Actually, the last thing they want is reform, in the end, if their real intent is to tear down the entire system. Reform is a much slower way to get to their goals. But they would even use reform (or abuse any reform process) to get their real goals, though that takes work.

In this way, it makes these people part of a larger insurrection hell bent on taking down our government and economic system to replace it with another, Marxist, socialistic system. Even socialism light is not enough for these people. Reform is way too moderate for them. They are more the hard-line Leftists, Marxists of the European flavor.

Closing argument.

Fox news host Tucker Carlson was a target of Leftist attacks and boycotts in the past. His home was vandalized and attacked, repeatedly, and he and his family were threatened. So finally he moved his family and voila, NYT has a piece in the breach to publish (doxx) his new location. Notice how intentional it all is to cause as much harm and inflict as much pain as they can. Ignorance? Not a chance. The Only thing remaining is malicious intent.

So what if we mis-attribute ignorant, naive intentions to Dems they don’t have or deserve? Now who is being stupid if we do that? So is there something wrong with instinctive reactions that play down the malicious objectives of radicals’ actions? Yes, sure is.

And to fight them, we should understand their motives. But we miss that mark when we attribute stupidity, ignorance, or naivete to their motivations. Can we just accept it?

So why would we want to disarm ourselves?
The only obvious question left then is: ‘are we serial deniers?’

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020