Welp, we’re done…

We had a good run, but all good things must end…

The media quote that just pissed me off was, “This riot is the fault of the President and those he sent.”  Really?

Trump’s actual statement- “This is wrong and not who we are. Be peaceful and use your 1st Amendment rights, but don’t start acting like the other side. We have a country to save and this doesn’t help anyone.”

I can’t help but think of these words…

Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting. And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.
Galatians 6:7-9 KJV
Funny how the left does this kind of protesting/’rioting’ and nothing is said, but when the right does it, it’s ‘horrifying’, ‘unpresidented’, and they are now saying this hasn’t happened since the Brits burned the Capitol in 1814, yada, yada, yada…
Why was the woman that died shot by law enforcement in the Capital? The video shows she was in the hallway outside the house chamber and apparently shot THROUGH the door. What was going on that precipitated this?
The media has once again beclowned themselves with their punditry today and horrified commentary. What they refuse to acknowledge is THEY have had a large part in making this happen due to their biased reporting for the last four years.
This doesn’t bode well for what is going to happen next in this country. For those that are familiar with Appleseed, is the election the first strike of the match and the shooting of the woman the second strike of the match?
I don’t know, but I am afraid for what may happen…

Comments

Welp, we’re done… — 25 Comments

  1. *Sigh* not even sure what to say anymore….this is not the America I grew up in…when did wee step through the Looking Glass?

    • I am tempted to say around 1974 and it just took a while to notice, but it’s quite possible it happened much earlier.

        • Could be, but I recall it as when Big Media had their Victory over Nixon and thought that was the way it should and ever shall be.

      • Started with waves of Eastern European immigration before 1900. The rot spread silently and stealthily at first, like mold through bread, creeping into then taking over education in general and higher academia specifically, while simultaneously warping our popular culture (first Hollywood, then music). On the governmental side, Wilson did a few key things to abet its rise to power,even if he supposedly regretted his actions afterwards.

        In the self-congratulatory aftermath of WWII the power of the rot firmly established its position both institutionally and in public sentiment. Strangely, it did this not through overt strength, but rather through self-proclaimed weakness and victimhood. The rot cleverly exploited the neuroprogramming glitches of the post-Christian West, namely universalism and outside-of-group empathy.

        I’m not claiming there was an overarching conspiracy, with a few evil men smoking cigars while sitting around a conference table. This was a distributed attack. “Why? Why would they do such a thing?” I hear good decent people crying out in anguish. Because the cultural neuroprogramming of the rot is not the cultural neuroprogramming of the ordinary American. It’s not personal, it’s not necessarily even always deliberate malice. It’s just what they do.

  2. This has been coming for some time. Trump may have been the catalyst, but the American people have been at a low simmer for decades. The wholesale, blatant, flagrant cheating and fraud during the election just turned up the flames. Then to be almost completely ignored by the courts and now Congress when we want to redress this complaint. What did they expect to happen?

  3. America has had problems for some time.

    Any close study of American political violence shows a fair number of politicians happy to stage manage events for profit.

    This isn’t new, and during some of the periods, the US could still be said to be alive.

    I’m not yet resigned to the death of the republic. Partly, I’m unhappy about not being able to make the rest of the world into the appropriate samadh. I still have enough hope for a viable republic not to seek out whatever revenge I can personally manage. But that may simply be fooling myself out of cowardice.

  4. Agree with all three of the above — and especially with your commentary, oldNFO and your choice of that passage from Galatians.

  5. I watched the video. Crowded hallway and she started to climb through a window into another hallway. Don’t know where to. Someone then shot her in the back of the head or neck. It is horrendous but exactly what I would have expected under normal circumstances for people attacking the capitol building (if we had not watched leftist/anarchist rioters run wild for the past nine months with no to minimal law enforcement action).

  6. Well, as I KEEP saying, I don’t know if the media is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Dem Party, or it’s the other way round, but it’s OBVIOUS that they are in CAHOOTS.

  7. The left fears us. This is why we will never get a fair shake in news coverage or in court.

    At this point we are on the endangered list of the left. This is not a list of which they wish to protect. This is a list of people to be exterminated.

    As long as an armed and free thinking American exists, the leftist utopia is in peril. That is how the left looks at us and this is why they hate us and everything we believe and hold dear. This includes Civil Rights and Christianity.

    They call our actions a temper tantrum but to be quite honest, the last 4 years were all about creating the forces needed to destroy us. At the polls. In social media. In the press. As a political force.

    Unless we home school all our children and teach them the truth about these times, we will go down as being labeled anarchists and revolutionaries who are to be despised.

    The time is rapidly running out where we can still act to protect and preserve our legacy and our beliefs.

  8. I also fear for what is coming . Harden your hearts . War is only won by those willing to commit the greater atrocity . IE: Vlad the Impaler

  9. I believe my job is to do the next right thing.
    TODAY, that involves providing emotional support to my gift-from-God, happily-ever-after trophy wife Vanessa. the elegant, foxy. praying black grandmother of Woodstock, GA, who spent hours following the activity yesterday, and is sickened by what she saw and heard.
    I do not know what the next right thing will be for me to do tomorrow or the next day, but I’m going to keep on, and trust that if I do the next right thing today, the chances are increased that I will do the next right thing tomorrow.
    Being 67 carries great freedom; I ain’t got THAT much time left, anyway. However, I do have grandchildren (and great-grands), so I ain’t sayin’ y’all go do stuff and leave me out of it. I’m just saying I ain’t gonna spend NO time worryin’ about NUTHIN.

  10. a) I am a Lincolnist-Shermanist. I firmly believe ‘War is cruelty, and cannot be refined. The crueler you make it, the shorter it is.’ However, the context was a man who did not do cruel things for the joy of cruelty.
    b) There are definitely going to be Glowies, trying to persuade people to select poor choices of target, say something incriminating, or otherwise serve as propaganda. I’m not sure if the foreigner influencers trying to do the same thing are Glowies or not.
    c) Decisiveness matters, but the greater atrocity is not always the most productive option.
    d) Anger is fine, but be cold blooded when calculating the effects of actions.
    e) This may simply be my temper talking. I’ve caught myself many times making enraged plans that have serious flaws. That would potentially hurt people, but would not give the return that I would hope for from the level of investment.
    f) Sherman was ultimately a civilized man, who fought relatively civilized men. Some of the men of his times and earlier fought indians who were not civilized, and perhaps thereby became less civilized in learning from their customs of combat. Part of the issue of certain Democrats and leftists is that they have rejected civilization, and do not behave as civilized men. As they are barbarians, destroying them may be the only practical option. Their example has the risk of leading you into barbarism. Carry your civilization on the inside, and know it fully.
    g) The Romans were civilized men, and some of their enemies were uncivilized barbarians.
    h) Certain foreign opponents are behaving according to national custom. Let us behave according to ours.
    i) The left criticizes our history incorrectly, by deliberately and maliciously leaving out context showing that certain acts were absolutely morally justified. Other historic American acts were good answers to difficult trade-offs.
    j) Cartago delenda est.

  11. “The most dangerous virus in this country is the media”.
    (Paraphrased & stolen from FB)

  12. Vanderboegh rules time.

    I’m more annoyed that we had all these people show up with no leadership whatsoever. Nothing of value was accomplished and all that effort to get a million angry people to the Capitol was wasted.

    We could’ve taken a page from Rome. Tiberias Gracchus and 300 of his faction FAFO. Congress is lucky that the “violent” mob was content with aggravated lollygagging.

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