It’s tragic that we live in a country where reporters who are just minding their own business trying to push a narrative can have everything ripped away from them in an instant when protesters refuse to shoot at people. — The Babylon Bee

Richmond Remained Political

The quote above is satire from the hilarious Christian website “Babylon Bee.” They nailed it yesterday when they mocked the media for sticking so close to their pet narratives. The media’s coverage of Richmond reminds me of their extensive non-coverage of the Annual March for Life in Washington D.C. That takes place this week also. You won’t know about it because impeaching Donald Trump, and bombing Iran, is of such critical importance to our everyday lives.

I watched exactly ten percent of a three minute CBS news report yesterday. That was all I could stomach, it got the story soooo wrong. Instead I turned to a number of first hand LIVEstreams to get a sense of how the day was developing. From a military and propaganda standpoint the day was a non-event. From a political standpoint it was important, but not world changing.

More important than the rally politically was the statewide response at the county level in Virginia. In response to the Leftist push against guns emanating from Richmond and Washington D.C. nearly all the counties in the state declared themselves sanctuaries for gun owners. Additionally, the Sheriffs of Virginia put themselves squarely on the side of the Second Amendment.

There were no families or young people at the event. It looked like mostly people my age or older, with a sprinkling of gamers carrying real long guns. Alex Jones was there in his tank shouting from the rooftop.

So what does it all mean. Not much, I’d say. Everyone is back in their RV enjoying their retirement. The churches are empty (as they should be given what they are serving up these days) and the government run sodomite indoctrination centers (public schools) are full. Americans remain the proverbial frog in the kettle. The heat of the water rose another degree yesterday, and we didn’t even notice.

The obsessive focus on freedom (especially sexual) absent responsibility (especially sexual) is bringing us down … into a guttural sewer of obese ugly ephemeral nonsense. Apparently there’s a fat black singer who is all the rage. I don’t even want to know her name. Not because she’s black. I could care less. I don’t want to know anything about her because obesity is a BIG problem in America. It isn’t a virtue, for God’s sake.

I guess tens of millions of Americans don’t begin to get it. They tune into the idiocy and actually find something interesting there. I don’t get it … Suicide. People do it. Culture’s do it. I guess.

I’m not interested in any of it because I’m not interested in suicide. I’m grateful for the America my fathers built, and that I now inhabit. The culture I thrive in wasn’t built by me. It started with pagan natives who gave way to Christian northern Europeans, mostly English. Christianity, mostly Protestant, infused and informed America’s development from 1620 to the late nineteenth century. Godlessness took hold in the early twentieth century. The rejection of God continues to gain power in the United States. We measure our worth in contrast to Christian virtues celebrating our independence, freedom and self-reliance. We prove our worth to ourselves by sexual conquest and licentiousness. And the only thing that matters is our own sense of ourselves. We don’t begin to think about our duty to the society, culture or religion.

It turns out that this sad state of affairs is the result of a military campaign waged against the American people over most of the twentieth century. It was psychological warfare aimed at destroying the family unit. Men in power who should have stopped it were bought off, while the institutions were taken over and subverted.

Political rallies and Marches aren’t going to stop the evil. The evil must be confronted in every human soul. People must choose to turn from their wicked ways. We aren’t going to get out of this thing alive, I’m afraid. Nobody does.

The best we can do is to seek, and proclaim, truth while we live. George Orwell observed, “During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.” I was glad to see in the LIVEstreaming at Richmond yesterday Gunnery Sergeant Alan Hoyle proclaiming the truth on a street corner with a megaphone. A sizeable group listened. He arrived in Richmond after visiting Ron Brock in Washington D.C. Ron’s health has deteriorated to the point where he was not able to be in Richmond with his Truth Truck.

Ron became a revolutionary truth teller when America decided to kill her unborn babies way back in 1973. He’s been on the streets and roads — and inside the jails and prisons — of America ever since.

It is never too late for you to do the right thing. God will show you. Ask Him.



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