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    Today, 10:06 AM
    OK, but who is the strongman that will head this coup? Because a coup always boils down to being the will of a single man. Do I trust Donald Trump more than the US Constitution? For all of its flaws and weaknesses, for all the ways that the infiltrators and traitors have been able to practically anul it, I trust the Constitution vastly more than I trust Trump. A coup would just as easily turn into a D/RINO feeding-frenzy as a CoS would, except that there would be rolling armor in the streets (possibly Chinese, who knows) to go along with it...
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    Today, 12:26 AM
    I disagree with this view (and here's why). The Constitution is a founding document. In this, it is something like the first building built in a city, or a defensive wall built long, long ago. The act of tearing it down has much more significance than changing a zoning ordinance or changing the sprinkler timings on my lawn sprinklers. This significance is bound up in what it means to be an American, not only in a political/legal sense, but in a cultural and, yes, spiritual sense. The DoI did not rule out the possibility that we may need to, "alter or to abolish , and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness." However, the DoI goes on to point out that this should not be done lightly. For example, right-wing think-tanks having run out of ideas on how the Republicans can continue wantonly betraying their base while not being voted into oblivion and replaced by some other party, is not a basis for re-founding the entire country from 1776 principles. I suspect that the calls I'm seeing recently for throwing out the Constitution are emanating from the usual suspects... Swamp-creatures who are just angling to rig the swindle for 2024. If it does come to a convention of the States, however, it will not be the sterile political affair that your typical big-L libertarians would want. It would be a primarily spiritual and cultural event that would set the cultural clock back by a century, or even more (and a welcome change that would be.) I'm pointing this out because a convention is one of those "be careful what you wish for" kind of things. The populist Left is cocksure that they would win by virtue of numbers. In a convention, numbers don't matter...
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    Yesterday, 07:46 PM
    :clap: :clap: :clap: Also, it's important to be clear that the counterpoint to going on with the status quo abomination where the Mafia literally owns and runs the DC Establishment lock, stock and barrel, and the rest of the country stands by and pretends that this is still "America", is not running anarchy in the streets. A convention of 26+ States coming together to refound the Republic on essentially the same foundation with some added amendments to explicitly protect Life, Property, and so on, is not running anarchy in the streets. It's We the People coming together to do again what our ancestors did in 1776 and drive the invaders from our shores. They have passed by a thousand No Trespassing signs, they have broken and entered into the premises, they have stripped the entire Estate and auctioned it all off, ransacked every room in the house, defaced every family photo and set up some kind of San Francisco style street camp in our house, shitting all over the carpet like dogs and then sleeping in it. But we're supposed to stand at the edge of our own Estate and shout to them to "please obey the laws of the land" while they blast heavy metal from a Mad Max: Fury Road-style sound stage. And of course, using any form of compulsion against them is supposed to be some kind of affront to all that is holy and good for reasons that no one can explain. OK, then...
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    :tears: Go back to Twitter ...
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    12-04-2022, 06:21 PM
    Just Texas things...
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    12-04-2022, 05:03 PM
    In the movies, we frequently see the trope where the hero must "break the law to save the law." This trope has a dark side, and we see it every day in our legal system where countless people are charged with crimes that are either not crimes at all, or which they did not actually commit (or both). To avoid lifetime sentences, they are forced to bargain down to some plea deal offered by the omnipotent prosecutor. And despite being armed with already limitless power to incarcerate practically anyone on any pretext (that is, anyone who can't afford to hire a top-tier attorney, rather than a public defender), the Law&Order type shows go on complaining about how the prosecutors' hands are tied, detectives' hands are tied, cops' hands are tied, etc. etc. We know where this evil emanates from. That said, when an infiltration reaches the level of a true fifth-column in our own midst, and when this fifth-column is gaming the very laws which form the foundation of our civil social order, there eventually comes a point where we must stop allowing those laws to be used against us. The scenario is like a bully who is picking on law-abiding citizen and continues to provoke him to violence, then threatens to call the police any time the citizen raises his fists to defend himself. Such provocations may be endured for a very long time but when they finally rise to the level of an existential attack, the only solution is to respond with equal or better force in the defense of the innocents in our country. Keep in mind that there is a whole generation of children born today in our once-great country who will be adults in another 18 years or less. Those responsible for this Clown World attack on our country and, indeed, the whole world want to carry our children off into CCP re-education camps. They will never admit that out loud, but if they had their druthers, that's exactly what they would do. In fact, they want it so desperately that they have effectively built an entire cocoon around the US, a cocoon of Fake News, Marxist education, mass surveillance, social-media mind-control, and many more evils besides. All of these evils have formed "... a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism..." To publicly say this on-record is now considered some kind of borderline illegal speech-act. The truth is gagged. The means of lawful recourse which have been established under the Constitution is to send new and better representatives to Washington, DC who will overturn bad laws, etc. elect a President who will execute the office of POTUS legally and constitutionally, etc. But when systemic corruption makes it impossible for the representatives we send to Washington to actually change things, and when our very elections process is itself being rigged and corrupted, what redress is left except to wipe the slate clean and re-found the country on the 1776-principle all over again? To be clear, when we declared independence from the British in 1776 and drove them from our shores, we were fighting against illegal and capricious invasions and tyranny from a hostile State with no legitimate claim of authority. And if we have to do it all over again, it will not be an act of lawless anarchism but, rather, the re-institution and re-affirmation of the selfsame principles in the DoI, based ultimately on the authority of God himself. The fifth-column that has invaded this country keeps baiting a second North-South war, because they believe that the Christian faith is just another version of religiosity... they worship Chaos and they believe that the world is just randomness, and the fortunes of one country or one faith is ultimately subject the vagaries of Lady Luck. Well, the idolaters who worship Chaos and Luck have a religious belief of their own, nothing more. And if they want to make this a contest of force, let them place their bets that Chaos wins in the end. It...
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    11-28-2022, 02:53 PM
    No, there's more to it than that. First of all, they are ultimately appealing to the law of Moses not some generic "karma-principle." It's important to get that into view, because otherwise we will just be chasing our tails trying to understand their twisted logic (whatever of it can be understood, that is.) Second, while a disclaimer can allow a limited renunciation of liability, this is not unlimited. As just one example of how the disclaimer principle is limited, consider the concept of an attractive nuisance. A tort by attractive nuisance may result in liability even in the case where its owner had no specific intention of harm (it is a tort of negligence). Putting a warning sign up, for example, cannot automatically rid the defendant of the claim because it is in the nature of an attractive nuisance that it distracts the individual from warnings or other disclaimers. I don't know exactly how that translates into the rabbinic tradition of mosaic law but I have no doubt that the same general principle is present there, as well. So, the Satanists (or anyone else of this mind) may imagine that they are evading liability by cleverly disguised disclaimers and "warning signs" but they are doing no such thing. They are merely admitting guilt and foreknowledge of the tort they were creating. While I appreciate the Old Testament overtones, I don't think it directly applies, not like that. "We, the community of the faithful have permitted sin to enter our midst and God has sent judgment upon us in the form of these Satanists." It sounds pretty slick but it's gamed and counterfeit. It's a mantle that the devil-worshipers themselves are enthusiastically donning, which should arouse suspicion in any careful observer. Satan is not the agent of God's wrath upon us, he is the object of God's wrath, and we will witness his punishment eternally: " will drink the wine of God’s fury, which has been poured full strength into the cup of his wrath. They will be tormented with burning sulfur in the presence of the holy angels and of the Lamb." (Rev. 14:11) Indeed, idolatry is an easy sin to fall into.
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    11-28-2022, 12:58 PM
    Enlightenment level #1: Law of Moses, "Eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth" Enlightenment level #2: By faith, we can receive Forgiveness at the Cross instead of the Law of Moses Those who are playing the "game of evil by means of cleverness" are blind and deluded. They merely exhibit the symptoms of impending damnation. To the believer, this is as plain as the child who says, with chocolate-stained fingers, "I didn't eat any of the cookies in the cookie jar." They do not understand that their cleverness is the very thing by which God is binding them for the flames. Contemplating this is sobering and even terrifying... but by the grace of God, there go I. Flee sin. Flee destruction. Flee all vengeance and self-righteousness. Run to the Cross, run to Jesus, get salvation, get deliverance, get freedom, get life. This world, and all the works done in it, is soon to perish in the flames....
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