Don’t Rock The Woke Boat, Simple Simon Says

The condition of the country and world today, as it is not as we wish it to were, would normally be a great time for evangelizing. That seems like the way it always worked. We called them awakenings, revivals, or God moments.

People do need hope, faith that there is something bigger than the potpourri of devastation we see around us while the country disintegrates from that shiny city on a hill. All is not lost, God is still on His throne and nothing these people do will change that. He is in the capital Pronoun business. That is the message all right.

So if ever there was an appropriate time and need for a message, this would seem to be it. Except for one thing. Where are the people to spread it? I don’t mean just a few or handful of evangelicals telling the great salvation story. Don’t get me wrong, God can work in a few and look what disciples did once they got the hang of it.

But when I look at what many mainline churches are doing, I shake my head. No, this is not a critique of churches……. or is it? I’m not really sure, but the more I see the more I see at least some churches as part of the problem. That hurts me. It bothers me and it makes me feel uncomfortable about some fellow Christians and about the future. No, I don’t want to complain too much here. Wouldn’t be prudent, you know, or productive.

Then maybe that is what is needed? I mean every quadrant of society takes criticism from different sides these days. It is open season on the right folks or groups. Should churches be exempt from criticism? I know people probably don’t want to hear it. After all, churches are supposed to be part of the solution, and they often are, not the problem.

But the same age-old story you would get if you really broaden the scope to look at everything objectively (without inherent biases which seems harder and harder), then you cannot ignore the one stunning thing staring you in the face that does not go away.

That is, as bad as times are for culture and the rest in civil society, it screams to what is responsible for it. You have to admit if churches were doing a better job, then how could things be this bad? That would seem impossible if churches were very effective. So you must draw the conclusion that part of the blame is on the churches. Yes it is people themselves but the church is an organ of God that should stand up for and be doing something. No, this is not about church building for me. It is about being effective.

See if we all must take some of the blame for the way society is — or the country by extension — then churches cannot escape their share of blame either. I believe people are responsible for allowing much of this to happen. We can claim to be victims of it all but we allow it, even if we do not condone it outright. But churches are in that mix, too.

I know, it is an issue/story many people don’t want to hear, aren’t interested in, or don’t care about. I get that. But who can stand up for churches to defend them from blame? I don’t know who can make that case? Maybe I am doing the easy thing by throwing some criticism their way — rather than attempting to defend them.

Sure churches have missions and they do a lot of good. But that is not what I am talking about. When do we start, as people, taking responsibility for the society we live in? And where is the effort to change and fix it? Maybe this is all a cultural indictment and not about the individual. We like to hide behind the individual responsibility thing. But if things are the way they are, what does that say about us all as individuals?

I don’t mean this as a rant, just being serious because we know there are serious consequences to it all. We know that much. Just look at the way Democrats downplay or parse abortion. (most of those politicians) They claim they are personally not for abortions themselves, but they completely endorse having as many as society can provide, even demanding our government pay for it. Abortions on every corner, without limits. Does it make sense? There is a layer of excusing themselves in all that .

Like oh, I don’t personally rob banks or assault people but I will not stand in the way of anyone who does. “It’s their thing.” I don’t light fires, riot and burn down buildings when I am mad at government but I will not condemn the “love summer” of riots, political violence and crime. ‘It’s sometimes necessary.‘ So they stood there and watched cities burn and said nothing about it. They donated to the no bail or arrest cause for those that did it. ‘No, I don’t believe in it but I don’t believe in accountability for it either.’

Only a few classic examples. Where are the churches in all this? Or where are the churches when innocent people are being spied on or targeted for their religious and political beliefs, or for who they voted for? When forced to take a gov’t shot or pill or  else lose their job?  Oh, that’s where they would claim “but separation of church and state.” So we are to stand by to allow this weaponization against people of faith and do nothing?

It is a selective thing to churches as it is to the rest of society. They choose their fights when it is for ‘poor immigrants’ or downtrodden. When it is for standing up for illegals flooding the country through open borders, they are right there with their compassion buckets. But when it is our own citizens being discriminated against or attacked for their faith, they are silent. Show me a left-wing issue like climate change and they are on it.

How is it they can break barriers of a phony “separation” when they feel like it and it’s welcomed by society, too? But if churches stand up for people’s personal belief and faith, that is not acceptable to defend. We have become very accustomed where those lines are,  where they intersect and contradict each other. We accept it. What can we do about it?

So those ‘good’ folks can have charities, organizations, marches and fundraisers to help illegal aliens who broke the country’s laws to get here; but when it comes to those here that need help in hard times, they fall through the cracks. People who are not intentionally and knowingly breaking the law do not make the priority cut. Sorry, just not enough compassion in our tanks for that; but show some more love for illegals. Get with it.

Do you think churches deserve some of the blame for the way things are going? I’m really curious. I don’t see anyone who has made a great defense for the status quo. Am I being a little too hard on blaming Christians and churches? Maybe. But aren’t we supposed to be the salt, not the wine-chaser for everything the world concocts?

Could it be that some of these churches are doing this selective advocacy (I’ll call it) for a reason? Maybe it’s  to keep the finger of blame from pointing at them, by pandering to the world and the woke in one stroke? Just a question. That’s all and I fear that is enough.

 

In Critical Defense:

Someone may say I just want to politicize churches in general, because that’s what liberals always do and say. No, churches have already politicized themselves more than anyone cares to admit. It’s been done. They also follow the lead of some corporations.

And I never said all churches but I don’t have a number. True, some aren’t in that camp.

But for other mainline ones, they advocate political issues much the way some corporations have. So they gladly take positions on gun control, climate change, critical race theory, revising history, BLM, abortion, biological debates, border control, illegal immigration, LGBTQ advocacy, demonstrations, civil disobedience resistance, on crime, police and bail defunding issues, social justice activism, even some union policies.

They also incentivize illegal immigration through their advocacy.
Why does that almost feel sort of like Luther with a list of Theses?

That is to say basically all the hot button issues or controversial ones you commonly hear about. Green and environmental as well, And many of those in official capacities, in missions or raising money. They participate in marches, protests and sometimes have political leaders speak on them. All those are highly politicized issues. So yeah, they’ve become political. But no one points out those contradictions. Strange about that.

(So keep the pews warm… and I’ll leave a light on for you).

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The T-card: violence, riots and terrorism

Let’s go back to the 2020 election and talk about something the media or journalists never mention, ignore and paid no attention to then.

Oh what critical thing was that? The thousands of businesses that had to board up their stores and shops in anticipation of the results of the election. That is: if Democrats did not get what they wanted, or didn’t get their way there would be hell to pay.

If Democrats did not win, there would be riots across the country destroying businesses and violence in the streets. Everyone knew it. Businesses prepared accordingly, as best they could. We all knew it was coming. Democrats were not going to accept the results like they didn’t in 2016. This time they were fully prepared. They were dug in.

Hotels were rented and plans were made. It was in process. If Trump won there would be hell in the streets. Many vowed to be ungovernable.

Don’t you think on some level that visual of violence made an impact on the election? It is terrorism after all, I called it Urban Terrorism. Even Kamala Harris said they aren’t going to stop and they should not stop. No one was being held to account either in over 550 riots they had, with billions in damages already inflicted.

The writing was on the wall that was our fate in cities and towns across America. Democrats were going to be in full-blown revolt. It would be ugly. Of course it would continue right through Inauguration Day. They would have protested the results and certification of the election. And it was all justifiable, according to Democrats and media. They would go scorched earth with no end in sight.

So do Democrats have anything at all to complain about? Do they have any grounds to accuse anyone — certainly of violence?

But it was all in process before election day. How many voters were intimidated, or just scared, by the Left’s terrorism? How could that not have an impact on the election? No one was going to jail either, there was no accountability for billions in damages inflicted.

Influencing elections and outcomes and “saving democracy?” Don’t be ridiculous.

CBS reports now:

“President Biden will host a White House summit next month aimed at combating a spate of hate-fueled violence in the U.S., as he works to deliver on his campaign pledge to “heal the soul of the nation.”

The White House announced Friday that Mr. Biden will host the United We Stand Summit on Sept. 15, highlighting the “corrosive effects” of violence on public safety and democracy.”

Biden said in Rockville Maryland 8/25/2022:

“Trump and the extreme MAGA Republicans have made their choice: to go backwards, full of anger, violence, hate, and division.

But we’ve chosen a different path: forward, the future, unity, hope, and optimism. I mean it sincerely. We choose to build a better America.” …./

“And the whole notion of the “burn it all down” politics of MAGA Republicans continues to be a drumbeat. “

“Burn it all down,” really, considering what they did in 2020? What revision.
Biden added:

“What we’re seeing now is the beginning or the death knell of an extreme MAGA philosophy. It’s not just Trump, it’s the the entire philosophy that underpins the – I’m going to say something – it’s like semi-fascism.”

I’m going to say something,… Projection! He’s had a little too much Corn Pop.

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Tales Of Two Anniversaries

The US is in the immediate anniversary of the Afghanistan pull out which bequeathed us the worst national foreign policy failure in modern time. History will not be kind

It’s been a year and we still don’t yet know all the ramifications. But it is as scandalous as anything else Biden has done since taking office. What else could we expect from America’s first Geriatric President? If you can count the lies in this one, you deserve a medal. We sort of know what happened but haven’t digested it, if we ever will.

But aside from that we are coming up on 9/11, which is the big one. Not only the original 9/11 but it is also the 10th anniversary of the Benghazi attack on 9-11-2012. That one showed the inside failure of Obama and his administration in foreign policy. How long did they play the denial of that attack on a loop? Lies, coverups, it had it all.

In turn, Beghazi 9/11 is what led into the Hillary email scandal. It particularly showed the incestuous connection with media, Democrats and power like nothing else.

Except it will be only the much later Jan 6th anniversary that the left and media will care about. They sure as hell don’t care about Benghazi. And anything pointing back at Hillary Clinton is just bad juju for the Left. Avoid that at all costs.

Come to think of it, there are a lot of anniversaries around the Left. It is a smorgasbord, they just don’t like being reminded of them. There is the anniversary of Obamacare, the anniversary of the Iran deal with pallets of cash, for just a few. But recently we have “summer of love 2020” and those 550 riots across the country. Plenty of celebration there.

And Democrats always loved to memorialize the Roe Wade anniversary with lots of pomp and circumstance. I guess we ruined that one though they still have many others.

But this year, can we finally give the Benghazi anniversary the importance it deserves? Brought to you by the same people who gave us the Afghanistan pull out.

 

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4th of July Retro

Not to get too personal, I’ve known a lot of different kinds of people over the years. Some of them were freedom fighters, anarchists to revolutionary types. But most of them had at least some redeemable characteristic about them. They were genuine and for the most part decent people. They cared about things, maybe too much. That needs explaining.

But conversations did not dwell on their ideas, it was about whatever was going on, events, or people. We got along fine. Few were spiritual but most were clearly not. I would have even called some of them radical, except that meant something different than it does now. (or in its current use) Just a wild diversity of people and views. Seemed harmless.

One interesting friend was a guy I knew from early on who sort of started the trend. His specialty was Marxism and political science. A very knowledgeable person when I wasn’t.

As to most of the others, some might thought weirdos at the time, they fit into another category altogether. Some were very intelligent too, but that was not the point. They had a belief in something, what exactly wasn’t too clear. But interesting might have trumped everything else. There seemed no good reason why we could not all be friends. Why not?

Although those ideas or views were not the center of any friendship, one question always baffled me about their particular views or politics. That was to where such a view would lead? How far would it go, and how deep were those views? I never dwelt on an answer except that I did not know. And I had no reason to think they knew either.

Now there is a reason why I say this. I never really held it against them. It’s their thing. I like my views so don’t bug me about mine; I don’t bug them about theirs. Simple right? Kind of a mutual code of conduct. As long as we all adhere to that, fine.

 

But oh how times have changed. Or should I say how the times have changed us? The thing is today we see all too clearly where the ideas lead. There can be no mistaken agenda about it. The revolutionaries today are more like FARC or guerilla revolutionaries, who would pair up with Che Guevera, Chavez or Maduro. There is no hiding the truth about their purpose to undermine the legitimacy and history of the USA.

It gets harder today to give them a naive benefit of the doubt about a radical agenda, or where it leads, because we’ve seen the proof. They all go down the same Marxist hole to follow the commie line. You can no longer just say, “I’m not a part of any of that.” This is where radicalism leads; whether they knew it then or not, we all know it now.

No more passes. So if you are a part of that or allied with it, you can and should be called out with the rest of the vast anti-American revolutionaries. How about a little pride?

Media or establishment can call out Jan 6th protestors for disagreeing with their election, but can’t condemn real revolutionaries undermining everything in America. Weird eh?

 

Lets take a look at the one thing, belief, that carries across the spectrum. I have my beliefs, these people apparently have theirs. I don’t know exactly what all their beliefs are based on but I know what mine are based on. This is not about who is right or wrong. Except that someone has to be in the end. It did not used to matter so much.

So if you have some strong beliefs, you should know what they are based on. We saw that with Obama: just believe in some transformational thing without knowing what the hell it really is, or where it leads. Believe in him and what he says.  From Obama’s perspective, all that mattered is that people “just keep believing” period. A real faith-based campaign.

No more excuses, the ideology matters.

My ideas and beliefs are based on things that stood the test of time.  And the critical thinking needed to make assessments about other beliefs. If beliefs are not based on anything, we can figure out where they eventually lead. And we see a whole lot of that now coming to the surface. No more excuses, you didn’t know. You should have known, not like there is a not enough evidence out there already, and accumulating fast.

These days, radicals are not nice people. Radical is a big step from what it used to be in a non-conformist environment.  Now it is all about conforming to radical views or ideas represented in our government by the revolutionary types. It turns out the revolution was against America not for her and, by the looks of it today, they won.

There is another controversial idea that they won. Let me explain. If by won we mean who is in control and assumed power, it is them — the radicals. Looks are deceiving. But if you mean what prize, other than levers of power, they won it is a different matter.

No, they didn’t win over any of us normies out there who already had our own fixed set of beliefs or ideas. Last I checked, socialists might be gaining but they don’t convince many of us who know better. They do convince those without any firm beliefs who can be molded into their power base — which is also still not the majority of the country.

So now the fun begins.

But they are really not winning in the real sense, which matters. They aren’t winning in public opinion in hearts and minds. The more people find out — aka gets revealed — about what this is about and where it leads, the less they like it. You cannot sign on for the long haul without knowing where something leads. That is why Dems have to put up vague visions of utopian green energy plans, social issues or redistribution diversions.

It is not government’s role to scam us. But the truth is being carefully filtered out about these Marxist agendas and they don’t want us to know where it leads.

It’s sort of like looking at the Nigerian email scam. If it looks and acts like a duck, then it ain’t a Maserati. We cannot allow them to deny the obvious. Radicals are now every bit as revolutionary as the people who swept in Nicholas Maduro. So if you sign on for part of it, you are signing on for the whole package because that is where it leads.

So excuse me if I hassle some people about their views and beliefs. They deserve scrutiny, it is a serious matter. Yes, it involves all of us, not just selfish rosy-eyed utopians. It is our future they are betting, too. The stakes are even greater for us since they don’t care.

 

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Agenda-Driven Agenda

There is a very tight circle on the Left, where their ends and the means eventually merge. We normally criticize both ends and means but aren’t they actually the same thing?

We always say the Left believes in any means toward their ends, but they are really one common goal. Their objective is to achieve political power by any means necessary. Then use the power to accomplish their political objectives, which is permanent control of power to achieve their political means. That’s a nice, cozy circular mission.

It is all one thing — a political agenda, for the purposes of political ideology. The agenda is their ideology. That may seem a minor point but it really is a major one in the art of radicalism as a means and end. We should start seeing it as the same.

The lesson is always that history repeats itself but nowhere has this theorem been more obvious than in the last few years. It’s hard to look around and ignore the signs. At a certain level it is undeniable. It should give anyone pause.

On Sunday, Mark Levin made an excellent point. The old story is that Stalin and Trotsky became rivals. Eventually Stalin finally got Trotsky killed, who believed in a permanent state of revolution. In that power-hungry world, killing one’s rivals becomes almost an inevitable necessity. What a tangled web … spoiler alert.

Anyway, the point being a perpetual state of revolution naturally has its own problems. It would be extremely difficult, if not impossible, for any nation to survive in a permanent state of revolution. But isn’t that exactly what the left pursues currently? Revolution without end. “Viva la Revolution!” (of, by and for the purpose of revolution) And isn’t that the whole point of it as well? By George, I think they’ve got it.

 

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Age Of Rage

That is a phenomenal headline but the truth is even more outrageous. Or as Jonathan Turley has said, the Left is addicted to rage. Even worse than rage itself is their idea that they are justified in it — or by it.

We see it everywhere these days. Every opportunity the Democrat Left gets, they are in the state of rage. Usually swimming in it, triggered by everything because they live for it.

Now the only case they have to make is that the right is more of a problem than they are. That is where Biden comes in. He stood at his presidential podium decrying the ultra-MAGA agenda a half dozen times in one speech. Do we get the point? It is that we are the bigger threat, or their rage is somehow justified by us. So they are not responsible for their rage. It’s our fault. This only works for so long; it gets old fast.

“It’s a MAGA agenda all right. Let me tell you about this ultra-MAGA agenda — it’s extreme, as most MAGA things are,” Biden said from the White House, referencing Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan.

“What are the next things that are going to be attacked? Because this MAGA crowd is really the most extreme political organization that’s existed in American history, in recent American history,” he added.

Democrats scream “keep abortion safe” while attacking their political opponents.

But then their rage knows no limits either. Yet it is always justifiable by someone else’s behavior. So all the effects and consequences of rage are our fault. If only we were not bringing it out, it could be a peaceful society. In other words, they want peace but we cause their violence. That rationalization works for them, which is all that matters.

Mention their abortion on demand platform, suddenly they are talking about rape, incest and the sanctity of abortion. No limitations. Then comes rage at Christians and Catholics.

What are the limits of their rage? There are none, there can’t be. It makes no more sense to a rational mind than their slogans. This happens as news comes that Obama is actually jealous of Biden for being more transformational than he was. In other words, Joe’s even more radical. He left Obama in the dust. Expect Barry to make the case that he laid the foundation. It could not have happened without Barack Hussein Obama.

Burns and Martin write in “This Will Not Pass,” that Obama called friends to plead his case, saying “you’ve got to understand, I was dealing with a different Democratic party, and I had more conservative Democrats.”

I don’t doubt their rage, it is all they do. Sure it is over dramatic, not to forget dangerous, but it goes along with the Left’s mental illness. Rage, blame, repeat. For 2024, who can carry the flag of rage? How large will that flag be?

“Rage and division”

 

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Activist Nation

We are now an activist nation. That is not new, or nothing you didn’t know but it has been raised to a new level. The radical left has finally attained the ultimate in activism at the judicial branch, which already had problems with activism.

The one element of the Judicial branch that retained integrity and enjoyed wide public respect was the Supreme Court. That has been eviscerated. A leaker, apparently on the staff of one of the justices, has gone rogue to reveal a majority opinion 2 months before it was supposed to be released.

Of course radicals and leftists — really the same thing — have no problems with this. In fact they celebrated the leak and leaker immediately. One Obamafile, Brian Fallon, hot on the internet response squad, noted that it is time the curtain is torn down.

“SCOTUS leaks are good. Elite lawyers on both the left and right treating the Court as precious all these years have just been giving cover to an institution that is wholly unaccountable. Rip the veil off.”

So there is not even an illusion to sacred respect for the purpose of the Supreme Court, which is to interpret law and the Constitution not create it. And Roe Wade was just that, an opinion — not law.   But nevertheless it was given the essence of law up to the point where Democrats made nominees to the Court swear on the altar of Roe v Wade.

But, as the leak portends, the Court is now prepared to issue an opinion overruling the false legitimacy and sanctity of Roe and Casey. Never mind that they were two of the worst decisions it had issued but which lasted nearly 50 years. This ruling, if it comes out that way, will remove all that. Yet the damage has been done, 50 years of it.

So the Left went to the nuclear option by blowing up the integrity of the Court to preemptively and prematurely leak a decision. The left will brand it illegitimate like everything else they disagree with. By the time it is officially rolled out, it will be stained by the protests and not be given the legitimacy it deserves — by design.

We don’t know the limits of the violence that will follow one event disgracing the Court because there are none. And all the empty slogans will flow like “this is what democracy looks like” or “no justice no peace.”

But it already set off demands to pack the court. From one egregious assault on the High Court right on to the next — at breakneck speed.

Thanks to the unjustified act of one leaker who went off like a sleeper cell in a crowded theater, the rest of us have to live with the results. An egregious act of defiance the Left cares nothing about. They were quick to politicize and weaponize it, almost as if planned. Democrats are fundraising on it.

What does all this mean?

Let’s see what the radical, Democrat Left wants for the modern day woman. They want them to be subjects of the state. They require full compliance with the government with vaccine policy — no exceptions. The radical Left wants women to turn their children over to the state under the auspices of education. No questions asked.

They want women to realize that not only do they not have autonomy over their bodies, or their children, but that women have no rightful claim even on gender or womanhood either. And for purposes of sports and women’s competition, they must be subject to men competing as women in athletics.

Today’s modern woman must have no exclusive claims on giving birth or having babies. And no individual identity. So women’s reproductive rights are not exclusive to women anymore. Having menstrual cycles are now endured by men as well.

Birthing has become a man or woman process. Personally, I’m glad they took that one back from the clutches of delusional women. Where did they ever get that exclusive idea in the first place? All these things were the accepted terms of womenhood in the past.

No more!

Leftists simply redefined what it means to be a woman. They also delegitimized biology, which is a construct of the human brain cells, not anatomy. Gender is therefore fluid and applies to any variation one deems it, despite physical anatomy.

Just call it one more breakthrough of modern science. So don’t be upset, we only expanded the possibilities and potential of the modern woman. She is an evolving species or subset of human beings.

But she is necessarily bound by the power of the state to ensure that evolution for survival. In that sense, she is dependent on the hand of the state. So she must support and vote for the Party that facilitates it all. She is mentally and physically tied to the aparatus.

Welcome to the new woman 2.0. Fluidity means fluidity. Updates to follow as necessary.

In other news: more and more men are having abortions too.

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Shuck And Jive Tucker

I have held off for some time saying anything negative about Tucker. He does a great job on a lot of things. Yes, he is popular though that has less to do with it.

But I finally decided it was time. I watched how he dishes out criticism to everyone else. A lesson I learned over years has been a pretty good marker of ‘who is who’ is to  take note of what a critic does not criticize — not lust what he/she attacks.

And Tucker has certainly been a critic, politically and on media. So when he refrains from criticizing something, it is also important. Omission.

In this case, he has always been anti-war. I accept that…. or like who is for war? That postures many of his stands. I get it. But then in the face of a tyrant like Putin he has little to say personally about him. Is he somehow beyond criticism? What gives? Well, I don’t know his motives but I don’t like it.

I have always been an anti-Russia critic and always will. Particularly anti-Putin as well. But there are times when I gave a little credit for what he was doing as a leader in his country, verses how a leader acted in our country. But those are only his political positions. What is more important is what he does and how he uses/abuses power.

Now Putin is demonstrating for the world the evil he is capable of and willingly engaged in. No I don’t ignore that. And I won’t rationalize it or make comparisons to our government leaders. I don’t think that gets us anywhere. I can’t revert to US policy instead.

However, I don’t see the same boundaries on Tucker. If people are convicted about being anti-war, that is fine. But it does not make war go away. What Putin has done here is totally all of his doing. There is no way to blame it in any way on the US. (this is more convenient for some people)

But it sounds great in echo chambers, “look at me, I’m faulting our government or leaders for causing it.” It was caused by one man, who I prefer to think of as evil personified.

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Ode To Big Bad Neil Young

Mr big and powerful Neil Young,

Forces people to choose

Between himself and someone else.

Don’t let common sense get in his way.

 

Seemed like a stupid thing to do, to me

But what do I know; I was only one of his fans.

Guess the lesson here is you can’t have it all.

You can have one but you can’t have both,

And Neil gets to decide which one you get?

That’s just not a choice for me.

 

Poor Mr Choice, you ain’t mine.

Can’t you see you’re just no good for me?

 

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Keeping The Lies Alive

If it is one thing the Left proves exceptionally competent at it is lying. The other is their ability to stick to it, regardless of what the facts and circumstances say.

In that vein, we have had a full-blown insurrection against the seat of our republic. America is at stake, on the line. They’ve taken over Congress, the White House and every faucet of government. But not by the right. And they are using that power and control against the people, particularly their enemies, to serve the demands of their mobocracy — which knows no limits or boundaries. To radicals, it’s game on.

There is a tired phrase you always hear about how we all should be able to work for common goals. It is ludicrous on its face. It means nothing, and of course it is only talk.

The reality is something entirely different. You would think there are areas people should be able to agree. There are crises and problems you would think people could coalesce on. Not really. It doesn’t stop people from saying it though. No problem is above politics.

If, for example, you have a major border invasion, you would think that would outrage everyone. But no. We see a crises while an open border excites the Left. They want more. We see an energy decline and that only stimulates them. We see lawlessness and they call it justice. They want more. Now tell me why the two sides are not totally incompatible? There is no way those two views can be reconciled. One wants to tear down our country, the other wants to build it up and restore it to the shining city on a hill.

The left believes the hill should be leveled and the only bright lights should be interrogation lamps trained on the people to watch every move they make. Anything the Left perceives as threatening needs to be destroyed, including the Constitution.

We see that same scenario over and over in everything they touch.

 

And now they have determined that a recent rise of parents attending school board meetings, asking questions and voicing complaints, are actually domestic terrorists that need the Patriot Act rolled out on it in order to protect their own cushy, government-fleeced positions along with their political ideology. So they need the DOJ to back them up against political opponents. (enemies)

These leftists want all the power and resources of the federal government aimed directly at their enemies. What good is an insurrection if you don’t enforce it with every muscle you can? (at least from the federal government) Taking prisoners and holding hostages is all part of the warfare tactics. No rules apply to them.

And yet some people can say there are areas where we can all agree. Where, where are those areas? Hasn’t that been disproven? There are still deniers out there.

Leftists tell you all you need to know about them by their reactions. Crises we call catastrophes get gleeful responses from Leftists, or else silence. They pretend they don’t see it. After all, any crisis is only a political opportunity to benefit their political agenda. It’s like following an arsonist around dropping matches as another person douses gas in front of him. (they are the radicals in the streets) And the only finger of blame they use is to point at conservatives or “right–wing extremists,” who are trying to put the fires out.

 

You see it comes down to perception. We actually take their words and ideas seriously, as crazy as those are, and try to apply common sense and reasoning. But that is not what those ideas deserve.

So the other day leftist radicals (otherwise known as Democrats) followed Sen Kyrsten Sinema into a bathroom stall protesting her because she does not fall in line with their radical agenda. (yet)

President Biden is asked about it saying “that is just part of the process.” Whose process? Who does this shit? It’s all about forcing compliance with their rabid political agenda. Of course Biden cannot condemn that. Nancy Pelosi cannot condemn the radicals in her caucus for their hair-brained positions, even when it is unconstitutional or unethical. “They do what they will.”

In Biden’s Speech on Tuesday to union members in Michigan, he characterized Russia and China as watching things move so fast that democracies cannot last.

“My meetings with Putin, my meetings with Xi Jinping and other leaders, they truly believe that we can’t compete in the 21st century because things are moving so fast, democracies take so much time, that they are so divided, that they can’t get together in time to act. They believe they’ll win the day and they can dictate their way forward and leave us behind.”

So democracy cannot move fast enough…..which is why they must follow Senators into bathroom stalls with cameras to get after them. Then he said something more telling.

“They’re betting, not a joke there, they’re betting [that] for the first time we weren’t responding to this inflection point in history, that we’ll fail to rise to the occasion, but you’ve heard me say it a lot of times, it’s never, ever been a good bet to bet against the American people, never. Look, just look back a little ways. After World War II, the United States did what we’re trying to do now, invested in the American people to lead the world.”

Just imagine this: do you think Putin and Xi Jinping are betting that we cannot do what is necessary to destroy our country? Does that sound odd? They are somehow betting that Democrats don’t have the guts to pull the plug on America, when Joe is right there egging on the radicals to do it?

No, the autocrats would be betting on these commie reds to succeed. They would be in sync with radicals’ to undermine Ameirica – and the American dream. Our enemies have to be betting on radicals, not against them.  Is that so hard to grasp with common sense?

In fact, Xi Jinping and Putin are only hoping conservatives or American patriots cannot hold Leftists back from abolishing the American dream. They would be hoping that Biden’s police state and crackdown on freedom and speech succeeds, that Joe can crush dissent. That’s what they would be betting on. Not against the anti-American radicals.

Biden always punctuates his economic theory by suggesting it has never been a good idea to bet against America. Our enemies don’t have to; they bet on Democrats to do it for them — who are betting heavily against America all the time.

So do you think our main problem, for survival, is that our big government apparatus (democracy in their code) is just not moving fast enough for us? Or is speed a problem.

 

One side wants to tear down America, while another wants to restore the Shining City. Which one, choose wisely?

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The Ire Of The People Up For Grabs

What is the ire of the people? I’m not trying to be snarky but ask because every time the Left pushes a radical issue, they present it as the ire of the people screaming — as in the masses have spoken. You might expect a dramatic gong sounding in the background.

Discussion is over. Debate is done, and the only decision remaining is the price. That’s how they see it. The people are mad. If it were only so. The drama is high and Democrats lie.

But this is how they frame their demands. They are also constantly trying to stir the anger, angst and animosity in some segment of people to try to make their case.

As in everything the Left does, presentation is key. And that can be as radical as they are; nothing is off the table. Violence or whatever is only used to add legitimacy and importance to the issue —  instead of minimizing it. So they can’t go wrong with rioting, looting, violence, or burning down the town. The more the better. It demonstrates “passion.”

The right doesn’t operate that way — or hasn’t. They take a deliberative approach using dialogue, reason, persuasion and process. But those don’t matter to the left. It feels it owns process. We like to believe our methods will eventually work. But not so much.

The Left seems to gain as we sit talking about it. Increasingly, Democrat  legislators act the same way using Leftist tactics. Force is glorified, and any means to the desired ends.

On the right, legislators act the same way the right always has, with reason and dialogue. (often to no one because the Left is not interested) Always asserting that we can win this or that battle. Soldier on righteously. On and on it goes, zzzzzzz.

Meanwhile, the scoreboard tilts in the Left’s favor. Goalposts are often moved. We take note but keep applying the same tactics of reason and dialogue, peppered with passion and persuasion. Have you noticed lately how irrelevant reason has become?

There can be no denying the goalposts have shifted over the years. And we must admit fundamentally that the left and right do not value the same things, or see reality the same way. Let’s not kid ourselves. They are trained in political gain.

But there is such a time and place for honesty, even if it is in small doses. So let us be honest for a minute what the ire of the people is. We know, as the Declaration states that people are known to tolerate sufferable harm for so long, but there is a limit to tolerance. It is not endless tolerance to evil. Eventually, intolerance becomes a welcome asset.

Much of what we see rolled out in front of us are not sufferable evils, but intolerable ones.

What gets most normal, common people’s ire up is when it affects them personally. Since personal freedom, faith and family are things we value, those grievances can grab and focus our attention like nothing else. (rights and freedom are non-negotiable)

Go after our freedom, job, home, attack our family, our way of life; mess with our health, restrict our income; mess with our security; or mess with our kids, their education, schools and their future; and you have got our undivided attention. It is personal. That is where the ire of the people lies. We take it all as personally as it is. It is not some phony activism but very real. We tend to respond the same way, as the personal grievance it is.

But when you hear and watch this phony outrage-activism roll out prepackaged on the Left, they always claim to speak for the ire of the people. That is the organizers and Marxist leaders claim to speak for “victims” which they almost never are.

They are forever telling us what Americans or “most Americans” want. Who are they? Who made them the spokesmen for Joe America? They cite polls or selective sources to make their point. Then they move to preferred violence, looting and burning methods.

But people don’t like that. It offends our sense of fairness. The left believes it will get what they want, which is all that matters. That their violence can be ignored, denied and excused to justify whatever their cause.

I suggest they are doing all the above with alarming, deliberate ease to insult the integrity of the people’s sensibilities. The left can try to channel, redefine or nterpret the ire of the people as they like, but we know what it is. After all, that is about all we have.

So we know where the real ire of the people lies, and what it really is. Suppose we start acting like it? Doing so should not require any apologies. It is not a fictional demographic.

“Viva la Ire!”….  Too soon?

 

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Hippy-Sippy Government Says

The government is not good at fighting culture wars. They don’t make good cultural warriors, to whom it concerns. But that doesn’t seem to matter.

Imagine if back in the 60’s the government was promoting bell-bottom jeans and tie-die shirts. I think things would have turned out differently. Suddenly people would not want bell-bottoms if “the man” said you had to wear them.

Americans have had a revolutionary nature to big government dictates, at least historically. They tend to rebel against socio-politco mandates from on high. In fact that is what the bell-bottom craze was all about. It was counter culture as the “new mother nature taking over.” Get aboard.

But create a new government mandate and see how people respond? Imagine if they said, again in the 60’s, that all men should grow their hair as long as possible or that it would subsidize anyone getting tattooed. Imagine what would have happened? If government said people should “drop out and turn on” to LSD, it could have launched the beginning of the end of psychedelics.

And the people, at some point along that experiment, would have probably decided, “government is not really your friend.” Right, the government is not your big brother and is not always looking out for your best interests. But just imagine if people fell for such nonsense like government as the great trendsetter? Then, ultimately, it could also decide who lives and dies. Sooner or later people would have woken up and said it was nonsense.

So we don’t expect government to have our best interests at its heart. In fact there is certain inherent distrust for government on that cultural and socio-politico level. And we already know it doesn’t work. So why would we want that?

Actually we don’t, really. But that would be news to some who now think government mandates are the best. And it has the time and resources to come up with all sorts of dictates, in all kinds of places, like the new green deal. Yes they can and they will.

Do people follow along with all these dictates like puppies? Is that the way this works? Try explaining that to woke leftists. I say all that to suggest this is exactly what is happening.

Government is the great trendsetter and cultural warrior. It determines our culture and even battles within it. We are to follow along and accept it as the great Ayatollah of culture. Put it at the head of the proverbial family, too, so it controls everything in the culture, or aspires to – free rein for government supreme. Speech, style, terms — it has it all.

It has an army of brownshirts to facilitate and enforce its mandates. Some are quite happy about that and think it should. Many of these starry-eyed utopians are former rebels of the sixties. How did that happen? Now gubmint is their boss.

Suddenly everything the government does is good and for good reasons. They are giving a moral accreditation to government it never had, in areas it should not have control over. But the hard line leftists, who include most of Democrats’ Party, now think it is justified because they control the entire apparatus.

We also took government from the distrusted phase to the ultimate culture guru. They applied a moral component it never had, with morality controls it should never have down to individual liberty and lifestyle, what you eat. This morality is most concerning.

But meanwhile, the real truth behind the curtain is this new government morality lies, cheats and steals to achieve its ugly ends. (look what it did in over the last 5 years with Trump and people opposing it) It has license to do whatever it wants with no oversight to stop it. Surveillance to rigging elections, no bounds. And “seven ways to Sunday…”

Don’t like who is getting elected? Oppose and stop them. Use intelligence for political purposes. Lie to do it all, then lie and cheat to cover it up. But remember, there is no controlling legal authority to prevent it. That is the way the system works.

The Left is fine with all that. In fact they demand more of it; more covert action, more control from on high. Do it all while aligning itself with media, big tech and institutions to carry out its collective, ideological desires. And the best part is that no one is ever held accountable. So that trendsetting, cultural behemoth now wants us to be ashamed of America’s history. It’s the cool thing, kids, so tell all your friends.

Just to prove the point, we see leftists take to the streets to march and Democrat pols show up to lead the parade. The leftists inside the government now protest against it. So liberals, progressives, socialists and commies of all stripes, this is your utopia.

The counterculture is now the moral majority but don’t tell them that, it might scare them and ignite their microaggression sensitivities. It could short-circuit the entire thing.

Right on schedule, Al Sharpton’s race circus went to consult the White House. Sharpton said this will blossom into a summer of protest, to get back into the streets. (did they ever leave?) The full cooperation and alliance with the administration is clear. No separation between them. Government is leading the culture war. “More Kool-Aid, please.”

 

(*I think I hear echoes of the 5th Dimension’s Age of Aquarius and, as Jagger said, it’s a “Bitch.”  Those “minds to liberation” are taking a nice, long hiatus now.)

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New Party Euphoria

Apparently some disgruntled Republicans are floating an idea to start another Party. It is sketchy on names but nevertheless state media is pouring fuel on the fire.

So the Democrats have become a socialism sewer but all the attention is on Republicans as they sink the country into abyss.

Secondly, it comes out that former FBI deputy Andrew McCabe labeled the ball field shooting of Republicans as a “suicide by cop” incident, rather than an act of domestic terrorism. Wray cannot explain that after calling right-wing extremists terrorists.

Liz Cheney is out as a leader but taking to the air to expound about her virtues. Adam Kinzinger is also yapping it up. These people are clearly not happy with Republicans.  I wish they opposed Biden the way they fought against Trump for years. But they will not do that.

Yet when Republicans got targeted and shot like fish in a bowl, it gets officially labeled a suicide by cop incident. Not a biggie.

As to New Party yap, Lizzy says that is not her agenda. She is out to hijack the Republican Party. Nope, not team players.

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Transparentless

Some people may wonder why all I talk about is politics. The answer is simple. When I was  20, if you asked me if I would be talking about politics, I would have laughed and said that will be the day everything else is off the table. But that is what happened, everything else has been removed and politics is the only thing left. I didn’t make those rules.

This is because everything has been usurped by politics. Virtually everything you see now is either chronically affected or controlled by politics. It offends me. So that is my gripe, rather than my mission of only politics.

Now there is one secret strategy I want to mention. When Trump was in office, all the talk was about transparency. Remember that great thing? Obama boasted about being transparent. (There’s a big difference between Obama and Trump transparency.)

Trump talked about what he would do and then set out about doing it. Everything he did amounted to questions asked or explanations about it. Sort of simple, isn’t it? Transparency is making the case and doing the job. They all should have loved that and mostly did. But some for mixed reasons.

Biden on the other hand is showing us the left’s idea of transparency. (or duck and cover) The strategy there is you don’t talk about what you are going to do. You don’t say exactly what your plans are. No, you just do it. Why is that a strategy?

Well, everything Biden has done is the most radical agenda we have ever seen. Much of it may not be popular with the people. Still, just doing it requires their opponents to react and call attention to it. See, these radicals just do it often without telling you. When people see it, they have to point it out and react to it. (usually after the fact) But if no one does react, oh well.  They don’t want the debate about it beforehand because you can assemble opposition and criticize it, which makes the public aware of the plans.

But if they say nothing, then you have to find out, explain it, argue against it, raise the public’s attention about it; all after the fact. It is not that it is too late to do anything, but that you are challenged just to break through about its importance  from the beginning. So they say nothing and carry out their sinister agenda. Media assists their silence. That leaves you to discover their plans and point out their dirty deeds in the first place. They certainly don’t want to announce them to the whole public.

If you do oppose them, they have already plotted out their talking points to rebut any attacks. Yes, it is a stealth strategy but what do you expect from the commie left? They are about power and control, or using it, not defending their ideas. You want a debate, they only want the power. Transparency becomes another redefined word. They claim after the fact, when you find out about it, that it is all transparent.

With Trump, it was talked about first so they could critique it. Media loved that. So they could broadly attack Trump’s plan beforehand. Biden would have no patience for that.

CNN is reporting that Lying Biden’s speech will showcase his “moderate radicalism”.
What is that? More transparency, of course, served with a side order of secrecy.

They just make this stuff up as they go, new terms new definitions.

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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.

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New Rules Of The Road

Familiarize yourself with these new de facto rules of the road under Biden’s administration. This is the latest iteration of the way things are going to be run under Biden.

Government will take or extract corporations’ money and call it “government investing.”

Democrats will tell corporations what political positions or opinions they need to have.

Corporations, this is not your government and these are not your allies in Congress or the Democrat Party; they are now your bosses. You submit nicely to their paradigm.

And you are so naive about it. It was so easy without even a whimper.

Caution Note: but no extra, sanctimonious rights or privileges come with those rules.

Shareholders Warning: you now have a new bottom line, what government tells you it is.

The bad news is people will most likely start treating you like an arm of the government.

So you wanted to be involved in politics? Well, who knew that was a business model?

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I thought I should add some needed pretext to what caused me to write this post. It’s very simple, if you don’t already know.

As soon as Georgia rolled out a bill with new laws over voting and elections, Democrats and activists in the black community jumped up with allies in media/press to oppose it.

Immediately, their media comrades like CNN ran point to put pressure on corporations and businesses to stand up to oppose the bill. Calling it suppression was not enough, they had to demonize, lie and distort every segment of the bill before people could hear about it.

Of course most Democrats did not even read the bill, they just followed the lead of the political hacks. Once lies and distortions take root, it is virtually impossible to undo.

Soon CNN had lines of black activists (read Marxists) empaneled on air calling for corporations to take up the opposition flag against Georgia. They demanded any businesses who did not stand up in solidarity with their Marxists mantra was subject to their wrath and the pain for it. Interpret the threats any way you want.

So Delta initially made a statement which, in their view, was not harsh enough toward it. Coca Cola followed the lead of radicals quickly. They were taking names of anyone who refused to adopt their agenda, calling for boycotts. What did businesses do? The jury is still out. Many, like Delta, have probably joined their radical efforts.

This is now democratization of businesses, as I have written about before, by people who have no skin or investment in those businesses. Radicals only use businesses politically as pawns against their political enemies. This is no longer free enterprise but corporate hijacking and extortion. Sadly, more are complying with the radical agenda demands.

Context complete.

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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.

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NY AG SUES NYPD

News fresh out of the cistern is that the NY AG filed a suit against NYPD for its treatment of Black Lives Matter protestors, regarding last year’s protests in NYC.

That should help matters a lot.

Well, I could expound on that but I mean what would be the point? So we know different treatment for different protestors. It does seem surreal that an AG sues the city’s police department on behalf of BLM.

This is all just a part of the entire agenda. But let’s not talk about all the damage that was done by so-called peaceful protestors though. That does not merit concern.

Sorry, I’m seeing BLM more as perps than victims these days. (maybe there are some occupational hazards of the trade) See what a radical AG can do?

Great to know they are all over this, isn’t it? Watch this:

“First amendment violations against largely peaceful protestors. Gross abuses of force. Physical and psychological harm. Excessive and unreasonable force. Widely examined and reported. Peaceful Protestors.”/

“This is an institutional and systemic problem that must be addressed. It is my hope that today’s action might push the city in the right direction, so that we may move forward with decency, transparency, and respect for the law.”

Yeah that’s what we saw across the country. All that peacefulness, makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside. Why not just roll out a red carpet for “protestors”?

Maybe you could also pay for their hotel rooms, food tab or something to help a little?

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.

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Politics Of A Pandemic

Everyone now knows how bad an epidemic is. As if we needed a lesson on that. Indeed, it is a powerful thing. But how powerful?

Yes, a pandemic is powerful, not only how it can kill people.

But we have learned that a pandemic was powerful enough to determine who should be President of the United States and our way of life. Who knew a pandemic could do that?

Well, it even determined how we would run elections. It determined who were the winners and losers in the economy. It determined how we should educate our kids or work.

It is a very omnipresent thing, this Chinese virus from hell.

Why stop there? It should also determine world economic affairs. It should determine our global warming agenda. It can create a Great Reset. It can determine our economic system, our energy source. It should also determine what governments can do to citizens under the guise of an emergency.

“There is an urgent need for global stakeholders to cooperate in simultaneously managing the direct consequences of the COVID-19 crisis. To improve the state of the world, the World Economic Forum is starting The Great Reset initiative.” — [from Great Reset forum site]

It is no joke. They can do all this, or anything they want, under the auspices of a “pandemic.” That means they have found a way to politicize even a pandemic. And then they easily find ways to weaponize it against every faucet of our society.

Now no one likes a pandemic. No one hopes for one. But few could have expected the ways in which it could be used against the people as a weapon. If you had serious issues about the expanse of government power before, then this tool put your fears on another level.

For instance, we also learned this pandemic could determine rules and authorize freedoms of speech, religion or assembly. And it could be weaponized to limit those rights, too.

So if you did not see a pandemic as a national security issue as well, you were in for a surprise. It was not a matter of determining rights or banning them, it was essentially a manner of control.

This China virus gave ruling elites carte blanche to do what they will to people. Connect it to global economic policies and you have a cocktail from hell.

A forum in June with world leaders inspired them all to use the pandemic to push as much globalism, climate change policy as they could. Think of the pandemic as an opportunity to install their agenda. You might call it the new green deal-maker.

“Every country, from the United States to China, must participate, and every industry, from oil and gas to tech, must be transformed,” wrote Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, in an article published on WEF’s website. “In short, we need a ‘Great Reset’ of capitalism.” – The Hill

If that were not bad enough, then any cure or vaccine easily presents another good opportunity to control people. Or, as Zeke Emanuel sees it, we need to determine who does or doesn’t get the vaccine. Of course age limits need to determine that. And a magical 75-year life span would be a good cutoff for the use of valuable resources like medicine.

Everyone see where all this is going? Turns out a pandemic can be a very useful thing, even a tool. The virus as a huge political opportunity Leftist who politicized and weaponized the entire apparatus extort it so easily that I bet many kids will not realize the way in which the pandemic was used like a tool to control or influence their lives.

But now the Left has done something even more amazing than grant all this authority to it, it has personified a pandemic into a rogue dictator that gets to control your life. It is no longer a thing. The Democrats, however, can hide their deeds behind it which keeps them unaccountable for the actions. Who knew a pandemic was that powerful?

Think about that Great Reset button next time Democrats say they are following science.

 

Exhibit B: Justin Trueau at UN conference September 29, 2020

“This pandemic has provided an opportunity for a Reset. This is our chance to accelerate our pre-pandemic efforts to re-imagine economic systems that actually address global challenges like extreme poverty, inequality, and climate change.” — J. Trudeau, reported by Climate Depot

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