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Is that it? Are we done?

Monday, December 7th, 2020

What are you prepared to do?

My use of a Hollywood film is intended to set the tone for this post. I want you to think about what’s gone on here. I want you to consider what’s really at stake, and what we need to do about it. This election has been stolen.  If permitted to get away with it, we will NEVER have another fair election in this country. The Democrats and their RINO collaborators(and there are many,) are prepared to do whatever may be necessary to carry out this #ElectionCoup. I bring to your attention a couple of movie clips, by way of helping you understand not only what we’re really up against, but also what our own failure to immediately engage will mean. This isn’t about excuse-making. This isn’t about all the reasons to remain uninvolved.  This is about whether we will be ruled by frauds, cheats, and traitors – criminals – who care not about our feelings on the matter, or whether we view it as fair.  They are interested in naked power, and to obtain/maintain that power, they will lie, cheat, steal, defraud, defame, and even kill in order to get it.  This is a criminal element every bit as bad as any mafia ever portrayed in Hollywood, but it’s important that you understand. Some of us do. Donald Trump understands. He warned us.  He told us. This fight isn’t merely the DC establishment against him, but instead, them against all of us. This is our country, and they’re stealing it along with the election. They’re stealing it, not from Donald J. Trump, but from you, your children, and all posterity. It’s their contention that they are the untouchables, beyond politics, beyond majorities, and out of reach of the law.

If you understand the part played by Sean Connery in the film “The Untouchables,” you’ll understand the deal that his character Mike Malone was offering Elliot Ness(Kevin Costner.) Taking his deal meant that Ness would need to be willing to go all the way, and perhaps even beyond his legal mandate.  If you’ve seen the movie, you know that in the end, Ness is willing, but it takes the loss of Malone to make plain to him that sometimes, the rules have to suspended by rational men in order to preserve the long-term value of the rule of law. As a country, having witnessed this sort of ribald theft of an election that will bear upon the people of the United States for generations, I think we must consider seriously if we have arrived at such a time.  Here, Ness gives chase to Malone’s killer, finally realizing that the killer must never be permitted to get away with his crime, even if that means straight-laced Ness must, himself, cross over the line:

Ladies and gentlemen, for more reasons that most readers will have reason to know, I love the law. I swore an oath in my youth to uphold the constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. I’ve always believed that such an oath can have no expiration.  The constitution has now become the tool of enemies, both foreign and domestic, and it is being wielded against we, the American people. I despise lawlessness, riots, and wars. I despise criminal conspiracies of would-be tyrants even more, because they make all of those things a permanent condition.  In the year 2020, we have seen the law turned against law-abiding people, and we’ve seen it ignore vile rioters, looters, murderers and thugs. We’ve watched as our law has been used as the means to subvert our electoral process, while the courts, often with conspirators or actors in collusion, have set about to cement this criminality in place, hoping we’ll just accept it without protest, or the first sign of rage.  They’ve even managed to silence us in such a way that any sign of our rage is blotted from the Internet, made invisible to our television screens, and mute on our radios.  This is literal Hell, but if that is the true nature of war, then let us recognize it is upon us.  Donald Trump is just our totem.  He’s been our proxy as the media has lashed him for more than four years on our behalf.  We’ve mostly sat by while this man has taken all the slings and arrows.

There comes the inevitable moment in the film when Malone asks Ness: “Is that it? Are we done?” If this has been the extent of our opposition, we are much weaker and more pathetic than my worst fears. When Democrats wish to make a point, they do things like occupy a statehouse. Where are we on that? Where are Georgians? Pennsylvanians? Michiganders? Arizonans? Wisconsinites? Nevadans? I hear some rumblings, but not nearly enough. It seems as though Governors Ducey and Kemp have no problem thwarting even peaceable protest from their own side of the aisle.

Folks, it’s as simple as this: If you won’t fight for your country, you’re going to lose it. There is nothing else. People ask me if I want a civil war. The answer to that should be obvious to all my long-time readers: Absolutely not.

But that’s not and should never have been the question. The real question is: At what cost will we cling to peace? The other question is: Do you think that such a peace is anything but a costly but inevitably temporary suspension of hostilities? Do you believe that having gotten away with it in this instance, the people responsible will refrain from doing so again? And again? And what will they do in the mean time?

Do I want a civil war? Hell no! Will I fight one if necessary?

Yes.

There comes a time when the law no longer serves as deterrent to criminals, and the only way to restore justice and observance of the law is to set the law temporarily aside. Lincoln did so. Our founders did so. They recognized that in some circumstances, the law no longer provides remedies to corruption and criminality; treason and tyranny. This election has been in part a Cyber-Warfare Coup, and in part an exercise in old-fashioned ballot-stuffing. The media, in collusion or overt conspiracy with the coup-plotters, is hiding the crime the easiest way they can: They deny it exists and refuse it coverage.  This is where we stand, and my question for all of you, young and old; rich and poor; man and woman; one and all: What are you prepared to do?

 

 

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Former Apostolic Nuncio Viganò Writes Open Letter to President Trump You MUST READ

Friday, October 30th, 2020

Former Apostolic Nuncio Writes Letter to President

I don’t often post things like this, as I’m more inclined to let things stand on their own merit. In this case, the information is so important that I think my readers should acquaint themselves with the discussion. If you’re not familiar with the ongoing battle within the Catholic Church, or you’ve not encountered discussions of the Great Reset, it’s time you become familiar with the global movement to strip you of your liberties. Clearly, former Apolostolic Nuncio Carlo Maria Viganò is familiar, and issued the following letter to President Donald J. Trump on the 25th of October, 2020. Whether you’re a Catholic or not, the struggle described pertains to all Americans, as it outlines the critical nature of this election in the global struggle between good and evil. Please read the attached PDF:

Open Let