The unconscious democracy of America is a very fine thing. It is a true and deep and instinctive assumption of the equality of citizens, which even voting and elections have not destroyed.  — GK Chesterton, 1928


Trump Trifecta

I can’t think of one way that this week could have gone better for the President of the United States of America.  He may have destroyed not only whoever emerges victorious from the Demoncrap primary.  He may have destroyed the party itself.  Incredibly he did it with churlish support from his own party.

The Trump trifecta was the Iowa caucus meltdown by the Left in both parties, the impeachment acquittal followed immediately by the most dramatic State of the Union speech in my lifetime.  The punch line of this historic week for me was Massachusetts Mormon Mitt.  Tucker Carlson hit it out of the park referring to Romney’s sanctimonious speechifying.  Carlson didn’t name him or show him.  He just mocked him.

The most potent political change in recent memory the world over is the fact that Donald J. Trump made it safe to insult and mock people once again.  The English people have a proud tradition of laughing at the expense of others — especially powerful blowhards.  I guess we finally decided to fight when the demons doubled down on taking away our sense of humor.  Hopefully it’s not too late to keep the English culture’s ship from sinking and get her headed into the battle for goodness, truth and beauty.

The people of the world have ugly but powerful globalist enemies to slay.  We need the English speaking world as much as we need all the other language groups on the planet.  The world needs the English more than most because of the global influence we wield through banking and military capabilities.  The world desperately needs U.S. because of Chesterton’s “unconscious democracy” that is still preserved in America.  The “true and deep and instinctive assumption of equality of citizens” is still alive and well in the United States.  This week’s State of the Union illustrated it.

In the face of the Demoncrap tantrum Trump pointed to his success giving minorities an economic and political hand up.  The American people are VERY generous, especially with people who are different from them.  Trump is right to emphasize defended borders at the same time he exalts justice for all legally-recognized citizens.  We must close our borders for a decade to assimilate the immigrants who are already here legally.  All illegal aliens must be sent home.

When we reopen the borders we must double down on forcing new citizens to swear on the Christian Bible.  We must go forward as a confessing Christian nation, and abandon our syncretistic fetish.  

The old Revolutionary War cry “No King but King Jesus” still works for me.  Too bad that this animating battle cry didn’t bear fruit in the founding documents as they were finalized in the later part of the 18th century.  The experiment with leaving the God question to the states didn’t work.  The nation must finally and officially declare that God is Jesus Christ.  It is long past time to resurrect the last attempt to do so in 1969.

I would so enjoy political debates that are salted with Biblical and theological reasoning instead of the current madness that passes as debate in American and Western politics.  Deigning fealty to our eloquent President this week, “It is all bullshit.”

As we continue to roar into the 20s we need to avoid giving government more power.  This especially includes curbing the immense power of the shadow government of America — corporations.  Chesterton declared, “Once abolish the God, and the government becomes the God.”  The privately owned Federal Reserve bank must be closed.  The Federal government is supposed to print and manage the currency anyway.  The entire dollar system that emerged after 1913 will have to be carefully dismantled.  We can begin by following Ron Paul’s excellent advice.  AUDIT THE FED.

But more important than anything economic, cultural or political is the religious question.  We all think of America as Christian anyway.  For goodness sakes our motto is “In God We Trust.”  Nobody believes the God referenced is Allah, though not so long ago I too was a vocal defender of American religious syncretism.  The brainwashing has been deeply effective.  And it is more ferocious today than it was when my conscience was being formed.

We either go forward with an amended definition of our constitutional republic that includes fealty to Jesus Christ or our empire is toast.  God will not be mocked forever.  The evidence of Paul’s assertions in Romans 1 is mounting everywhere you look.  Paul famously wrote about foolish societies who choose to worship the creation rather than the creator.  He declares, “God gave them up to uncleanness through the lusts of their own hearts, to dishonour their own bodies between themselves.”  We need look no further than Iowa caucus victor and Demoncrap aspiring President/First Lady Buttplug for evidence of Paul’s assertion.  And Mayor Pete claims the mantle of Christianity as justification for practicing sodomy in the White House.

Believable … given the current state of affairs in politics, the pulpits and pop culture.



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