There Is a Storm Brewing

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There
was a headline on Drudge recently that contained a strong hint of
the coming storm: Song
Mocking Schroeder Tops German Pop Charts…
It's about the lies
and broken promises of the head of state in Germany, Europe's strongest
nation. Herr Schroeder claimed he was going to cut taxes and get
control of the kleptocracy — he sounded much like Clinton in fact.
Now his erstwhile German supporters are publicly mocking him.

The
fabric is coming unraveled in Europe, in the United States, South
America, all over the world. Wherever men sought to worship government
as their god, their god has been profaned. The problem with idols
is that they don't deliver. It feels good at first, dancing around
the altar and swearing fealty to some graven image that promises
the lifetime gravy train, and of course, all the illicit sex you
can handle. But it always comes unwound.

"The
‘eathen in ‘es ignorance, bows down to wood and stone…" Yep,
and not just ‘eathens but folks who ought to know better. The worship
of government however, is waning — that is one god that even the
lamest are starting to see, cannot deliver. No matter how much you
sacrifice to government of your substance and of your blood, it
is never enough. Yet government continues to insist that it is the
god of this age, and perhaps it is that — but a false god none the
less.

It's
not that collectivism/socialism will not stand. No, that
suggests that men have become sane. It's that it cannot stand.
It doesn't work. God is not mocked.

You
may repeal the law of gravity but see what happens when you jump
off the world trade center — but wait, that isn't there anymore.
There is just an empty hole where it used to be and Americans, like
the Germans, have learned what government promises are worth. Revenge
would be ours, said the President, and you can take that to the
bank. What Senor Bush forget to mention was that it would not be
the justified revenge of the American people upon the perpetrators
of that act of war, but upon the Iraqis, whose sin was so much worse
than that — they annoyed Senor Bush's daddy… Osama Bin who?

Like
the Germans, Americans have plenty of reason to be annoyed with
lying lawmakers. There was some mild pleasure in watching those
sniveling democrats get slaughtered in the last election. Their
addiction to Marxism and its spawn, political correctness, is very
dangerous and they would destroy this country in a heartbeat, all
the while prattling about their great love for the "people."
Unlike their communist brethren in the un-lamented USSR there is
no pretense of love for the "verkers." With the democrats
you can be sure that the one group for whom they have no love at
all is the working class.

So,
the "right wing" won? Not hardly. While lying brazenly
about new tax cuts, that particular group of scoundrels continue
to neglect their duty to defend our borders while destroying our
currency by spending more money than we have. If you doubt my words
ask yourself a very important question, "Where is the forty
to sixty billion dollars for Homeland Security coming from?"
Since they haven't got it lying around somewhere, and since they
haven't raised a tax or a bond, it can only follow that they are
simply printing that money. So long savings, so long future, just
line up and chant like the mercenaries do, "Vive la mort,
vive la guerre, vive la mercenaire."

Why?
Because we are ruled by mercenaries, men without a country. National
sovereignty is nothing to them, nor is patriotism. History for them
does not exist. Grudge wars and the war on some drugs, the
constant power plays and lust for ever more control — these are
not the actions of patriots.

It
will get worse before it gets better so get ready for the long haul.
They have hoodwinked much of the electorate by beating the war drums.
"Let's go kick some ass," has a certain charm to the mouth-breathing
public, and who cares if we are treated as serfs… Or whose ass gets
kicked. That however, is a tune that has been played maybe a time
or two more often than it should — even "Born To Be Wild"
gets old after a while.

There
is another force brewing out there and if I know about it you may
assume they do as well. They, the self-proclaimed forces of truth,
justice and the American Way — usurpers of the Republic and murderers
of Waco, who seek to rule for the sheer sake of ruling.

Congress
(according to Free Republic last week) authorized a poll after the
horror of the beltway sniper atrocities, to see if the time was
ripe for yet another round of unconstitutional serf control laws
(gun control they call it.) To their dismay, the results were that
out of 11,000 polled in the vicinity of the sniper attacks, a whopping
88% rejected more gun control out of hand. People have seen in the
person of that appalling Chief Moose character, that they had better
be armed, because the doctrinaire ideologues of the secularist state
will ignore a barrel full of facts to get to a lie, and actually
let people die, rather than deviate from the collectivist mantra.

You
want to be defended; you better talk to Mr. Glock because Mr. Moose
and those like him are dedicated only to defending the failed collectivist
doctrine of the sixties. Moose and company are desperately clinging
to power but mean ole Mister Reality is in town and that means trouble.

Last
week a senior judge in Alabama calmly rejected the ruling of a crazed
federal court that required of him that he remove the tablets of
God's own Ten Commandments from outside the State Supreme Court.
That this is an outrage is not debatable among civilized American
patriots. What is remarkable is that Judge Moore called their
bluff, showing that finally, an American has had enough of this
despicable and ongoing attack upon our heritage and our religion.

What
has the government worried, and well it should be, is this: Judge
Moore could simply say, "I need one hundred thousand armed
Americans to protect my court house." He'd have them by Wednesday.

Should
the governor of a state on our Southern border call for those same
volunteers they would be there quite as precipitously. Indeed —
some have already answered their own call and are acting in our
defense on that very border. Government is outraged — after all,
it's their job to protect the border and those folks "are in
the way."

Meantime
Jorge Bush is resurrecting his despicable plan to reward illegal
immigrants with "amnesty," making him the biggest scofflaw
since Abraham Lincoln turned the Republic into just another coercive
statist abomination. This is two powerful forces pulling in the
opposite direction — it bodes ill for our future as Americans.

In
the eyes of the government usurpers the actions of free Americans
are nothing less than a challenge to their ability to rule as they
please. They had no idea how serious we are. How dare we take matters
into our own hands? First Klamath Falls where Americans confronted
authorities and even cut the locks off the fence put up by the masters.
Now armed men are patrolling our borders without even deigning to
ask permission of those in power.

Government
is no longer in control — all the fancy computer systems and surveillance
techniques in the world can't change that. It is not an accident
that these systems are pointed at us rather than the external enemies
but for government; it is too little, too late. There might be hope
for them if they were belatedly to take up the causes of the American
people but they remain entranced by their own platitudes, and by
the constant blathering of the increasingly irrelevant mainstream
media.

Americans
have become so enraged at ACLU and the constant attacks on our freedoms
and our religion, supposedly in the name of the constitution, that
it would take a very foolish man to wear an ACLU button in most
neighborhoods, let alone in a workingman's pub.

What
so many on the right are missing is this simple fact: Bush and his
buddies come down on the side of ACLU. Colin Powell, the government
mouthpiece stated last week that Christian fundamentalists are as
bad as the Islamists, clearly missing the fact that this country
was founded by Christians, that he presumably works for us, and
that we, the Christian people of America, did not blow up
those skyscrapers!

Why
would he say such a stupid thing? Why does the Bush regime actually
sponsor and encourage Islamic immigration, knowing full well that
they are creating a fifth column and at the very least, destroying
our cultural homogeneity? How on earth can they justify welfare
and business loans to immigrants, which would be a disgrace even
if many Americans were not out of work?

The
answer is easy. Those folks they are bringing in may occasionally
kill people or blow up buildings, but on the whole they are conditioned
to the lash, and have no tradition of freedom. Such people are much
less of a problem for government than those nasty rednecks that
Chief Moose still believes perpetrated the sniper shootings.

There
is also another factor — our government is primarily secular in
mindset — how many of those power mad bureaucrats in DC or New York
ever bend the knee to almighty God? How can they know how important
religion is to us? And to the Islamic immigrants as well… Northern
Ireland anyone?

On
the other side of the fence, some left-wingers actually rejoiced
last week when a sexual pervert stabbed a Christian woman to death,
who was attempting to share her faith with him. They blamed a right
wing conspiracy for the death of the collectivist leader Paul Wellstone.
Tom Daschle's hysterical outbursts blaming Rush Limbaugh for threats
against his person were very much a sign of the times. Battle lines
are being drawn.

The
problem with living in history is that events are more difficult
to discern from up close — witness the surprise when the USSR finally
lurched into oblivion. The American empire is headed likewise for
the scrap heap of history and much of the world will heave a sigh
of relief. What will be missed are the ideals upon which
America was founded, and for which we fought two great wars of secession.

Where
will it end up? Given current policies toward mass migration, it
seems obvious that the South West will be flying another flag within
ten years. There are in the hinterland, many who still cling to
our original freedoms while the coastal cities remain hotbeds of
communist sedition. Will we become the Balkans of North America?
Or merely collapse into barely controlled anarchy, ruled by criminal
gangs fronted by empty suits like in Russia?

Even
Canada is breaking up — as freedom-loving Westerners shout their
contempt for the collectivists in Ottawa who have turned their country
into an international joke and jailed farmers for daring to sell
their goods on the open market.

Freedom
in America remains a possibility but the window is closing — there
is, as theologians know, a period of grace — we are at the end of
ours. We could repent and beseech the Lord to forgive us for having
mocked His many blessings. We could stop slaughtering our unborn
and stop waging aggressive war. Sadly, I don't see this happening.

In
my horror at the loss of our freedoms I take some satisfaction in
knowing these things, but then again, I've lived in a country torn
apart by war and that teaches some bitter lessons so I see no good
coming out of this.

We're
that close folks. That close….


November 27,
2002

Mr. Peirce [send
him mail
] fought with the Rhodesian freedom fighters (the Ian
Smith side, of course).

Michael
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