The Most Important Question In The World

The most important question in the world right now is more of a personal question to everyone.  We have Marxism running amuck with no apparent end in sight.

So the real important question then is what you will do about it? And everyone will have to make that decision, at some point. It will be thrust on you. Will you wait until forced to answer or will you try to do something before it gets to that? Which is it?

But answer it we must. To have no answer is the same as condoning it. They interpret that as complicit agreement – or denial, which is the same thing. I could have figured out other ways to say it but the direct approach is best so words cannot be twisted or reinterpreted. We have a problem. What we do about it is what determines our posterity and freedom.

It is that bad already.

Some nay think it surely hasn’t gotten to that point yet or doubtfully will. But I have news for them. What more do you need to see? Do you need to feel the full-blown effects or are you realizing the truth about what we see daily rolling out in front of us? They have telegraphed their plans to us.

I know, we have already been accused of being deniers of science and lots of other names, conspiricists too. However, we watch them declare war on science. Yes, they call it science but they have substituted pseudo-psychology and sophistry for science. None of it is settled as they claim. They make it up as they go. A list should not be that necessary.

What do we know?

The Democrats have no credibility at all.

Everything they do is lie.

They are at war with science and the environment.

They believe narrative replaces facts and proof.

They have vilified and demonized over half the country.

They are determined to control what we think as well as what we say.

They are not loyal to what we know as America.

They are hell-bent on forcing socialism on us first. (that’s only the start)

They want total control of government and institutions of communication.

They will monitor what they don’t have control over.

They want divisions everywhere, even including a race war.

They have assembled an agenda of hate.

They will weaponize everything necessary to achieve their ends:
from information to technology, to means of production and all our resources.

They have no allegiance to our rights, as we know them.

They don’t accept our justice system as originally laid out.

They don’t accept limitations on government, only limitations on the people.

They push a “moral” narrative using any immoral means.

They practice the dark arts of deception in all they do.

They are purging the military and targeting their political enemies.

They will unleash anarchy and crime on us as a means to their ends.

They will seek to destroy anything in the path to their goals.

Government must be subservient to, not the arbiter of, their schemes.

Any of that sound exaggerated? It shouldn’t. It is all in place now rolling out across the country. Elections are not sacred to the sovereign will of the voters. The will of the people is whatever they claim it is. Their narrative replaces truth.

So it comes back to that all-important question, what will you do? The answer is still within the confines of the Constitution. But they have already strategized that battlefield.

What happens when people do not accept their methods and madness? We know one thing they still don’t like and can’t stand: any and all opposition.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Protestors, take a deep breath

Maybe put on a little Floyd, like this classic from Dark Side of the Moon: “Breathe“.

Instead of “I can’t breathe,” how about you just breathe and “choose your own ground”.

Then get a life, because you are screwing up everyone else’s. Enough is enough, you made your point. Well, not really but you did make a mess.

That’s right, in the name of making your grievance, much of the country is outraged by your grief. Your roadblocks and your “peaceful” riots don’t quench your thirst for action. But this you call social justice.

Others are collateral damage to your demands, hostages to your civil rights mantra. Your right is to inconvenience everyone else. Your right is hijacking anyone else’s. Protestors of abuse creating victims everywhere you go, while claiming to be victims.

So sit down, take another breath and listen to “Us and Them“:

Down and out
It can’t be helped but there’s a lot of it about.
With, without.
And who’ll deny it’s what the fighting’s all about?

Still other people will say:

“Out of the way, it’s a busy day
I’ve got things on my mind.”

But we have rights, too, though they must be second to yours. Ours are contingent on your rights to grievance, deeming us all victims of your relevance.

It’s just another brick in the wall, isn’t it? Just another march of scorn to warn us of your pending doom. The rest of us have to pay for your say, it must be the social justice way.

RightRing | Bullright