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Finally, I’m seeing the battle lines forming. It’s slow and erratic, but there are lines being drawn. The indictment of Donald Trump is a significant line and even those who dislike him, consider him less than ideal due to his support of the vaxx and Israel, must recognize him as a commander in the fight. Not everyone loved George Washington, they didn’t have to, but they recognized he had clout, that his name had an effect on those with whom they would do battle.
The transgender terrorist that attacked the Christian school opens a cultural front wherein these mentally defectives demand to be able to kill your children or subvert them to their own perverse insanity and those who come out in support of them and that cause, like Joe Biden, cost their side much, much more than they realize.
The anti-white coalition only points out that they are radically more racist than whites. I don’t know, or much care, how they reconcile that intellectually, or if they have the intellectual ability to try. That’s another hard line, their statements about whites and what should be done with them, to them, will live on and inspire those who have to confront them.
And yet, almost all civil wars and revolutions are ultimately a result of economics. That line is being drawn right now by the BRICS and the loss of the petrodollar. We, as a nation, are on the losing side of both, because the communists/globalists got their way in the 2020 election, unleashing the economic disaster like only communists/socialists can do, because they don’t, or won’t understand economics. If the intent is to destroy America with economics, it also unleashes a pent-up frustration and anger that’s been building for a couple of decades. The 2008 bailout of banks that wrecked the economy and cost people their life savings (I was one) was only the start of it.
The Pandemic and the draconian measures against the Middle Class and small businesses threw fuel on the fire. A deadly vaxx stirs the emotions of those who’ve been harmed and had loved ones murdered by it. A clearly self-imposed collapse caused by looting the treasury, starting a war to cover for political money-laundering and bioweapons manufacture points the finger at those to blame. They’re the same ones in every case.
The Trump indictment proves that it is illegal to be a Republican, especially a MAGA Republican. The soft censorship and cancelling didn’t go far enough to establish this fact. At the same time Trump was indicted, Douglass Mackey (@rickyvaughn) was convicted of election interference for posting a deceptive meme calling on Hillary supporters to avoid the lines and vote by phone. A very similar post was made by Kristina Wong (@kristinawong) to dupe Trump voters with the same tactic, but there was no similar arrest or trial.
We are irreparably divided in these United States and that’s not unusual in free societies, but that’s just where this has gone off the rails. It’s now illegal to be on the right and being so opens the door to hostile, biased prosecution ruthlessly pursued by those on the left. The civil war, if there is to be one, and I’m not sure how it’s avoided at this point, will commence when those on the right become as ruthless to the left as the left is to the right.
Despite what you might think, this isn’t about Trump. Trump never has been Trump. Trump has always been a proxy for traditional and patriotic Americans, believers in the concepts of individual rights, self-determination, self-reliance, private property and capitalism. For all of their weaknesses, these things produce strong, vibrant economies, strong militaries and relatively safe and secure homes and businesses. The systematic undermining of these principles have led us to this moment.
When Trump announced that he would seek to end illegal immigration and protect our borders he verbalized what no other Republican had been able to whisper, that there was something special about America and it was worth defending against invaders. That was a sin so grievous that he had to be stopped, because it defended us, exalted the individual American, the patriot, a being so hated by the left that any success Trump had would be a success of the America Obama had nearly destroyed and Hillary certainly would have.
That’s all I looked for Trump to do in 2016, defeat Hillary, stop the carnage, the plan, the end of America. He couldn’t solve all issues, that isn’t what a president does. Solving problems is done by the people. A president’s job is to defend the nation from invasion, deal with other nations and lay out a clear path to maintain security, prosperity and the rule of law. The rest is on us and we were doing a lousy job of it then and still are.
People have told me that it all has to get much worse before people will do anything about it. It’s going to get much worse, that’s in the cards as we speak, whether the Trump indictment means anything, or not, the economics alone will ensure that and if not the economics, the weakened, demoralized and distracted military will. We’re headed for a perfect storm for life to get much, much worse. Will we finally do anything about it, or not?
My novels of freedom, and especially individuality, Rebel and Rogue about a young man, growing up trying to do the right thing. They’re available on Amazon and our website 12 Round Productions, where you can also find access to our red-pill film Lies of Omission.