Is It This Hopeless?

In this world, perhaps. But not in eternity for those who qualify:

Francis Porretto:

We must accept…
That the Constitution is a dead letter.
That the last two elections were fraudulent.
That the edifice in Washington is hostile to us.
That we cannot trust anyone who holds public office.
That “movements,” so called, are mostly a trap for enthusiasts.
That no explicitly political undertaking will restore our rights or our nation.

These are not happy pronouncements. I’m distressed by the need to make them. But reality is not a matter of opinion. Today we have a government of Usurpers who mean to rule by force, and with no particular regard for our rights. They will not yield to anything but massively superior force.

So what then?

I don’t know. I don’t have the answers. I’m an old man who’s seen too much and has no stomach for yet another fight. But what is must be frankly faced. America is now a nation ruled by an unelected oligarchy that selects its own successors, much as the Kremlin did. And as bad as its oppressions and exactions are today, present trends continuing, they’ll get worse.

How do we prevent “present trends” from “continuing?” And please, nobody say “Vote harder!”


4 thoughts on “Is It This Hopeless?

  1. Wow. I won’t dare say vote harder ! What I will say is don’t give up..never give up.

    I wish I had an easy answer. But I don’t.

    I do know that there is no choice but to keep fighting back. It’s our nature.

    That is all.

  2. Only one way to stop divine judgement….REPENT.

    Proverbs 16:7 comes to mind.

    When a man’s ways are pleasing to the LORD, he makes even his enemies live at peace with him.

  3. Great word, Tommy. The root of the problems we face is that, while many profess belief in Jesus Christ, likely few have repented. That jeopardizes their own salvation, but it also jeopardizes the society in which we live.

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