THE AMERICA WE LOVED – GOD BLESS AMERICA

Once upon a time, what seems like a long time ago, Americans woke up to the sound of roosters crowing, sun rising and the light of day putting a happy face on us all. Today we rise with mayhem all around us, yes we see the sun, but don’t see the light of day. What happened to us? Americans are divided more than ever and we know the reason why.

First off is the Lame Stream Media which began the recruitment of brainwashed journalists from elite schools. Taught by the liberal progressive types who shut down discussion of alternate views; they failed to disseminated the facts, resulting in one track brains of those students who fell into their domain. This eventually perpetuated the false narrative that they were always right and those who oppose them were always wrong – no in-between, no discussion.

Of course they will shoot out their facts (fake facts) to make their claim. But upon further analysis we find no truth to their so called argument. For instance the economic theory called Keynesian-ism, named after the late economist Lord John Maynard Keynes. We know how that worked out; Venezuela and Cuba are prime examples. But these socialist autocracies are not the prime example – the United States, Italy and Greece have or will meet their fate. Greece already has, Italy is closing in behind the United States as the next paper hanger to take the plunge. Proof is in the pudding, check the purchasing power of the almighty $$$ and the implosion of the Great Britain’s ###. Both have collapsed faster than the Hindenburg which went down in flames.

So here we are, a time of despair, infighting, outfighting tantamount to civil discourse being thrown to the wind. The Hollywood sect paved the way; first it was G, the GP, then R, then X, then XXX. What was XXX thirty years ago is today’s R. A breakdown in morals perpetuated by the social agenda. This, by the way paved the way to families without fathers, the welfare state and the democratic hegemony inbred in the bureaucracy. The tail is waging the dog. The Great Society became the Welfare Society. The New Deal became the Bad Deal.

An evaluation of the liberal mind will ultimately reveal them to suffer from an incurable disease – that being socialism; taking from the rich and giving to the poor – gifting to the lazy, taking from the productive. The only cure known to eliminate this malady is through a lobotomy or preorbital lychonomy. Every last one of them must be reprogrammed through physical, psychological, injection or electronic means.

With all being said, the blame is not entirely the fault of the Democrats, the Republicans also suffer from a malady called COMPROMISE. These individuals are the ones with no backbone, weak at the knees, falling for false narratives under pressure, succumbing to a made up public opinion fostered on them by the media,  devoid of any principle except staying in office.

Truly the only way out of the disaster facing us is to replace one or more liberals on the Supreme Court; hopefully they will see the light and rollback the biased political opinions that got us to where we are today.

GOD BLESS AMERICA

STRANGERS IN YOUR OWN LAND

by MIKE FLYNN20 Nov 201510,720GettyImages-495150466 trump crowdA Super PAC tied to Ohio Governor John Kasich is annnouncing a new multi-million dollar effort to torpedo Donald Trump’s campaign for the Republican nomination.

Trump’s continued dominance of national and state-level polling has vexed the GOP establishment and pushed it to near-panic as voting nears.

A recent survey of public attitudes by Reuters/Ispos, though, suggests caution for the GOP establishment.

Whatever failings there may be in his specific policies, Donald Trump’s campaign has tapped into a strong, visceral feeling of millions of Americans. Seeking to destroy Trump, the candidate, may further alienate the Republican party from a rapidly growing block of voters.

According to the Reuters survey, 58 percent Americans say they “don’t identify with what America has become.” While Republicans and Independents are the most likely to agree with this statement, even 45 percent of Democrats share this feeling.

More than half of Americans, 53 percent, say they “feel like a stranger” in their own country. A minority of Americans feel “comfortable as myself” in the country.

There are no doubt lots of reasons underlying this feelings. Demographically, Americans holding these views tend to be white, older, live in the South and have less than a college education. Politically, they are cordoned off as the white working class. While they rarely attract much attention from the political class, they still represent an enormous block of voters.

Their numbers may be declining relative to the entire population, but they are still the largest single block of voters. In many critical swing states like Ohio, Florida, and North Carolina, they represent a significant base of voters that can determine the outcome of elections.

The reasons for their alienation are both cultural and economic. The economic anxiety sparked by the financial crisis in 2007-8 has likely pushed them further away from the mainstream political parties. This isn’t solely a phenomenon on the right, as the resurgent popularity of explicitly socialist policies on the left attest.

Even allowing that the economy has officially been in recovery for the past six years, its benefits haven’t been felt widely. The jobs gained during the economic recovery have generally been at lower wages and benefits than before the Great Recession. The number of Americans not in the labor force, on food stamps or permanent disability have all reached historic highs. Concerns over income inequality have increased as the Federal Reserve has pumped trillions of dollars of stimulus into Wall Street and the financial markets.

There are cultural factors as well.

Several years ago, leading Democrat strategists created the “Bobby Kennedy Project,” an effort to increase the party’s appeal to white working class voters. The effort was soon abandoned, though, when it became clear that the party would have to moderate some of its more progressive social positions. The Democrat party, for now at least, has staked its future on appealing to young and minority voters.

Whether or not this is the politically smart play for the future remains to be seen. In the present, however, it means that a huge block of voters feel alienated and are up for grabs politically. Trump’s campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” is perfectly attuned to those voters who feel increasingly like “strangers” in their own country.

Panic breeds actions born out of emotions rather than somber reflection. The Republican establishment is understandably panicked at the thought of Donald Trump capturing the party’s nomination for President. It is convinced, perhaps incorrectly, that a Trump candidacy will doom the party’s chances next year.

Its zeal to derail his campaign carries huge risks for the party, however. The Trump phenomenon is not simply the product of a media-savvy, hyper-personality candidate. It is drawing strength from very real sentiments of a huge block of voters. The Republican party may take out Trump, but it alienates these voters at its peril.

THE END OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION

Apparently not on the radar yet, but obviously it should be. This is a hot button issue.  Like the 9-11 bombers who took flying lessons, but spared the landing part. And who in their right mind would ever think that a plane could fly into the Pentagon – our military nerve center. Of course most civilians thought it to be heavily guarded and the periphery rimmed with the appropriate missile defense. So it is easy to see how much we thought would be, but turned out it didn’t. This brings us to the demise of  Western Civilization.  Liberalism, the worst poison known to man is the main culprit.

Not likely to be thought of on a daily basis, but our culture is based on the influences of  the civilizations of Classical Greece and Rome as well as Ancient Israel and early Christendom are considered seminal periods in Western history; cultural contributions also emerged from the pagan peoples of pre-Christian Europe. 

Thus, the great ancient capitals were linked – cities such as: Athens, home to Athenian democracy, and the Greek philosophers AristotlePlato and Socrates; the city of Jerusalem, the Jewish capital, where Jesus of Nazareth preached and was executed around AD 30; and the city of Rome, which gave rise to the Roman Empirewhich encompassed much of Europe and the Mediterranean. Knowledge of Greek, Roman and Judeo-Christian influence on the development of Western civilization is well documented because it attached to literate cultures, however, Western history was also strongly influenced by less literate groups such as the Germanic, Scandinavian and Celtic peoples who lived in Western and Northern Europe beyond the borders of the Roman world. Nevertheless, the Mediterranean was the centre of power and creativity in the development of ancient Western civilisation. Around 1500 BC, metallurgists learned to smelt iron ore, and by around 800BC, iron tools and weapons were common along the Aegean Sea, representing a major advance for warfare, agriculture and crafts in Greece.

As the centuries passed and the stargazers wondered, the 21st century arrived;  and in its arrival Western influence has been challenged as never before. Not because of its strength but its weakness. Embracing all cultures became the lynch pin of their demise. In England, France, and to some extent Germany the walls of nationalism were slowly torn down by socialists.

The European Union broke down borders allowing for dilution of once hemogenous societies. Strange peoples migrated to the European states, Muslims from far off lands, culturally at odds with Western Values.  Liberalism was the key that opened the door to the destruction of once monolithic states. Now government had to deal with a segment of society who did not fit in. That was a problem on two fronts, they demanded welfare, housing and food, but the major problem arose when they demanded Western Society conform to their ways instead of them assimilating to their home country.  Sorry to say that the problem is not going away.

Click here for a list of the Muslim killings in the heartland; the United States during the past forty years has not been immune from attack from these terrorists, our mortal enemies. America must realize that Christianity itself is the target of Islam. Proof is no farther than the ISIS purge of Christians in the caliphate. Christians have been leaving the Middle East of the past fifty years; they are targeted just as Jews are targeted by propaganda and bullets. It is no different in Nigeria and the Philippines.

Free loving peoples need to understand the indoctrination that pervades these societies. The Koran is not a book of peace, it is a book of holy war. Muslims use local laws to advance their political ideology and at the same time increase their say in local affairs. Three hundred million, twenty five percent are fervent terrorists who will stop at nothing; the other seventy five percent are believers, but remain silent as the killings continue.

Syria is the most recent example, almost hundred fifty thousand dead, all Muslims and who cares? That’s right, only the U.S., the Muslims don’t relish the killing for it advances the agenda; that is the price to be paid. Civilian deaths are collateral damage on the way to world domination. Wake up World Christians before it is you that will be between Mohammad’s sword and the Islamic killer who wields it.

One other note of importance that we must bring to your attention. For sake of argument why would the Pope entertain the thought of inviting Muslims to the Vatican. For what? A prayer service; that is the most ridiculous thing we ever heard.  He does not understand what the Muslim political propaganda campaign has gotten to him too. Before long he will be bowing to them and washing their feet.

We live in a pluralistic society and we think that  most Americans would agree that freedom of religion is a good thing. The most important thing we can take from this information is that as long as any group (even a group that we do not agree with) can be tolerant of other groups that that group has a right and a place within the United States. As Voltaire once said, I may disagree with what you say but I will defend to the death your right to say it… However, if a group begins to dictate how others should live…well that’s a different kettle of fish! Unfortunately the tolerance track record of Islamic countries towards other religions is not very encouraging as most if not all Muslim countries have strict laws forbidding the practice of other religions. For example in Saudi Arabia the practice of proselytizing by other religions is illegal and to convert to another religion carries the death penalty and this is not at all unusual for Muslim countries.

Muslims have taken over several towns in Britain already and also in America (Dearborn, MI is one). In twenty years Muslims will be able to elect the next president in the United States. We  don’t know what the answer is to this problem but something must be done NOW in order to stop this from happening.  Important to click Your suggestions are encouraged.

One thing we must point out, Muslims and their religion (political agenda) is  not compatible with Western Values.  A glaring statistic: in America in 1970 there were over 1,000 Muslims in America, today there are over 9 million. They are multiplying faster than rabbits.

So if anyone doesn’t think we are in trouble, think twice. America is a decade behind France and England, but we are in serious trouble never the less. Can we be overcome by the Islam insurgency, yes, but we can fight political correctness tooth and nail. It must be done or the world we will leave to our children will not be the one built by and characterized as Western Civilization. Believe us when we tell you that the hijab and niqab will be as common as the blue jeans in the next decade.