Monday, January 8, 2018

After The Fire

The deep state, the intelligence and investigative apparatus of the United States has been used to attempt a coup on a then prospective and now sitting president. This is as dangerous a time for the republic as has ever been in our history and it goes by with a shrug. Maybe these people will be held accountable, maybe they won't, but we are irreparably damaged by the knowledge of it. It is why so many of us saw the ultimate election of Hillary Clinton as a demarcation point in our willingness to go along with this sham of a government.

There is some thought that Sessions will ultimately, through a special counsel or some other functionary get to the bottom of this coup, but the true fact is, they should already be lined up against the wall. What Comey, et al did was much more serious than a few felonies, the violation of FBI policy, or something akin to crossing against the light. This was an attempt at the highest levels to rig an election, overthrow the government and install a permanent police state much more aggressive than we have already seen. The startling fact of it is, they thought they could do so without a shot being fired, except at those like Seth Rich. And, they were right. It nearly worked.

Forgetting history for a moment, because there are all sorts of folks out there who can already tell you about the rigging of the 1960 election and the coup against Kennedy and so it is not like this is the first time all of this has happened. By many accounts the most important electoral coup against the traditional system happened when Woodrow Wilson was bought and paid for by the big industrial barons of the times. But, just because this is not the first, does not mean that it should go by as just another coup. When the coup becomes normalized, well that's all there is left and we quickly find ourselves living out a Guatemalan nightmare.

This moment in time is special and important largely because this coup is and has taken place not as a fact of history gleaned from decades of study and pieced together from shards of evidence to be revealed in some great, but obscure tome that will change the historical narrative of politics into the future, but because it is and has happened right before our eyes, on television, through twitter and FOIA requests. The evil actors are not long-dead souls best left to rest, but the living, breathing and in some cases still employed agents of our own government expecting to receive pensions having taken part in this treason and having been caught at it.

The truth is Donald Trump is no savior, there is no government solution to government corruption as much as we would all like to see justice done, justice against a corrupt political system can only be served up by the people themselves. I think some of this has already taken place, either to attack Donald Trump or simply to attack the system, but attacks have taken place. Our children are growing up with the understanding that the government is corrupt and in many respects evil. It is also highly vulnerable to random acts of cyber-terrorism, something the latest generation understands better than most.

It is now imperative, in my view, to bring it all down. At this point there is not enough left to save. Whether through cyber attacks or mechanical monkey-wrenching, there is no longer a reason to sustain some sense of propriety, that the system will police itself. It won't and more, it no longer can. There comes a level of corruption that is irresistible to even the most honest of men.

Ultimately, this is what Jefferson was talking about when he mentioned the tree of liberty. If one takes the time to read the statements made surrounding the Constitutional Convention, they will understand that this experiment of ours was never envisioned to last hundreds of years; some, like Jefferson and Franklin weren't sure that it would last a generation and didn't really care. A truly free people are never wedded to any governmental form, but take it as a suggestion from the previous generation.

Now, what we wind up with after the arson is left to be decided. It could be better, but it will most likely be worse. The only thing that I believe is true is that what we have today is unfixable and holding onto the last vestiges of the republic will only stunt the process. What we have now is absolutely corrupt, dangerous and ultimately likely to join together with other globalist powers to decimate the human population of the planet. That the only salvation is to seize control of this nation, or at least to keep it sufficiently unmanageable and unwieldy to be put to any greater use of the globalist cabal.

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33 comments:

  1. "This is as dangerous a time for the republic as has ever been in our history and it goes by with a shrug."

    I have to wonder if the American shruggers will continue to do so even when the freedom loving Americans are being jailed or executed?
    Sad state of affairs when so much corruption is revealed and half the country (at least) doesn't care.

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  2. Just the amount of salery, pensions and perks the govt.has voted itself will bankrupt our country. There are zero public pensions that are fully funded. It won't be long before the fire and police start extorting us saying" we ain't coming when you dial 911 unless you give us more money".

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    1. The Fed "snake eating its tail" money producing system isn't even breathing hard. We can go back to ZIRP if we need to, the Fed can buy 100% of Treasury issues, the Treasury can therefore float all the bonds it wants to, turn them into cash and use the cash to pay the pensions.

      Yes, there will be some inflation, but by turning th e Fed into the buyer of first resort they essentially control the bond prices, which ultimately are a big part of determining inflation rates.

      There for "Zero public pensions that are fully funded" is not really significant, at least for the FedGov level.

      At the state level, well they don't have their own Central Bank, so it's a lot bigger problem. Under Team Donkey it's likely states like Illinois will be bailed out by FedGov, meaning the pension obligations to state workers will be nationalized and dealt with just like the Federal ones, described above.

      Patriots who are waiting for "the day the dollar dies", well I hope them a very long life, but even if they make it to 2060 I think they will still be waiting.

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  3. I know arguments from the old testament, but the new testament is an unbelievably massive doctrinal problem in relation to the doctrine of pacifism. I accept I may go to hell for rejecting the turn the other cheek, pray for your enemy, feed him, avenge not yourself idea, but I can never ever accept them no matter how hard I try and manipulate myself. I think pacifism is actually satanic and will go to hell for it but I accept that, but in the mean time God better keep me away from the wicked if he wants any of them alive to continue to do their rape, pillage, enslavement and genocide which is what it appears He wants, which is why I am not and have not been friendly to the NT God for a very long time now even though I wanted to be his friend, I think he is a hypocrite commanding me to be a pacifist when He is the greatest killer of all human history. I don't try and falsely try and reinterpret the NT to fit my beliefs as many do though, as it is clearly sickeningly pacifist and it is basically impossible to deny that unless you have no shame in reinterpreting NT Christianity. I would rather just say I am a heretical christian going to hell rather than claiming I am a christian but claiming violence is prescribed to believers in the NT. Nope I accept I act outside of the NT in my OT beliefs about eye for an eye which is utterly righteous to me no matter what Jesus states. That same Jesus who will according to him" return in flaming fire in vengeance burning up the wicked to their deaths", yet wants me to turn the other cheek and be slaughtered, fuck that, going to hell I guess, oh well. Anyways if you have ideas of any options for me to escape hell and still reject pacifism as satanic even though jesus preached it then I would like to hear it, but honestly I don't think you will be being honest if you try and take my anti pacifist side and claim it is an NT teaching.

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    1. This is a struggle for most Christians of true faith. I have racked it up as the greatest sacrifice I make for mine is the sacrifice of salvation. I don't know how else to look at it.

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    2. Anon, you'll be fine, you are just suffering from spiritual food poisoning courtesy of the majority of those who interpret the Word, Don't let churchianity fuck up your Christianity.If you keep reading and understanding instruction in the proper context (evangelizing time ain't the same as kick ass, kill who needs killing time), eventually you will find you are even more pissed off when you realize how you've been lied to by sleazy, knock knee pussies having deigned to present themselves as purveyors of God's truth. This lying has been going on since the beginning, and I mean very beginning, with the adoption of fairy tales about apples and snakes and a particular woman in a garden. God gave us common sense, sex and violence. I bet He would love to see you appropriately make use of the last two as well.
      For every thing there is a season. Give up on man, not on God. 25 years I've reading and the manuscripts too, true understanding has gone down the shitter as far as the general populace goes. I t seems pretty obvious. Go whole hog heretic and watch the old white haired sarge on Utoob (Arnold Murray, The Shepherds Chapel)it's the best kept secret (of course) among real bible readers.
      No luck, but prayers for all the doers (not talkers) out there. Spiritual target acquisition skills are paramount.

      --Bibleater

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    3. I'm with you, brother.

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    4. Anonymous, here's a few things Jesus said that you apparently weren't taught:

      Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to end peace, but a sword. Mt. 10:34

      (T)he kingdom of heaven suffereth violence, and the violent take it by force. Mt. 11:12

      (H)e that hath no sword, let him sell his garment and buy one. Luke 22:36


      Learn to rightly divide the word (context is everything), and ask for God to open your eyes (spiritually discerned). Oops, I see below your understanding of Paul and Romans 13 is sorely lacking as well. Go see Chuck Baldwin.

      Scott B.

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  4. I support everything you said by the way, I am just utterly disgusted at the NT God for not supporting it in the NT other than for Roman "government", "authorities" which is in no way a doctrine for Christians, it was a cop out phrase because Paul was basically a double talking pussy for the most part and a contradictory hypocrite who in one instance said obey the rulers, then the next minute he is escaping the ruler's wishes for him by escaping a prison, and in another instance inciting rulers indignation upon him only because he was too much of a hypocrite to obey his own commandments to obey and reverence the rulers. Bla bla, I would have wiped out Lenin, Hitler, Stalin, Mao or any other "ruler" Paul claims was 'ordained by God for my good". BS x1000 I say. Oh well, off to hell again.

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  5. Of your gonna go down, go down with a fight. Take some with you. Find them now and track em.

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  6. It's all about the money son. Money, Power and Control. The republic was lost well over a century ago. Definitely at the time of Lincoln and most likely well before that. The constitution that we like to hold to came about during a sham that was suppose to only amend the Articles of Confederation. So it goes...

    It is time to make sure you are ready for the coming festivities. The country is lost, your state is most likely lost and perhaps your county as well if you haven't planned accordingly. Realize that truth and go from there.

    sawman

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  7. "That the only salvation is to seize control of this nation, or at least to keep it sufficiently unmanageable and unwieldy to be put to any greater use of the globalist cabal."

    OK. Round up everybody you know and seize control; or at least make it ungovernable.

    S//

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    1. Barry, we don't need to round everyone up to make it ungovernable. Perhaps you haven't been paying attention to the lessons taught everyday.

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  8. Not sure where it comes from that we should be Pacifist out of the Good News. "Sell your cloak and buy as sword" the razing of the money tables, and the turn the other cheek, is one of the best lessons of resistance I have ever seen. What do you mean resistance, well honestly, how much stronger are you to laugh them in the face and turn your cheek so they can supposedly hit the other one? Context and timing mean everything when reading the Gospels, plus if you don't get the original Greek certain words make main passages seem way to different. When it comes to current state of affairs, well, Maccabees will help.

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  9. If an unjust aggressor threatens to wound or even kill another man, that other man has the right of self defense. The right to defend one's own life is valid always against an unjust aggressor, and that unjust aggressor by his own criminal conduct encompasses his own death. Buy more ammo...
    Semper Fi, ~Lance

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  10. I started with throwing out everything in the NT purportedly authored by Paul.

    That basically leaves me with Matthew and John, including Revelation.

    Cuts down on confusion. The man referred to as Jesus, whom I do believe was the prophesied Messiah, instructed his disciples to sell their robes to buy swords, since He did understand the nature of the world He was leaving them to. That nature hasn't changed, but the swords have advanced rather impressively.

    Bottom line: You have been given a gift...Life...and it is your job to live it, defend it, and those lives you helped bring into this world. There is nothing whatsoever confusing about that. Any person living or dead, who teaches otherwise is just plain old wrong.

    Hope that helps.

    Iceni26AD

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    1. If you are left with Matthew and John, you have no reason to think Jesus ever suggested buying a sword, as that account is found in Luke's Gospel. You know, Luke? Paul's ministry companion and biographer? Yeah, that Luke.

      The problem isn't the Bible, it's the rebellion against their God and His Law-Word by the Caucasian Celto-Saxon people, the true descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Stop letting the Synagogue of Satan interpret the Word for you and you remarkably start coming to amazingly different conclusions about what's going on. Like how Deuteronomy 28 reads like today's headlines, for example.

      The beatings will continue until morale improves.

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    2. " The problem isn't the Bible, it's the rebellion against their God and His Law-Word
      Yes,
      Rev.1:9
      i believe in these times we are to pay more attn. to the word of John.
      Of course looking at His word and His Truth as a whole instead of cherry picking it for our own (man) agenda is a must.
      If you truly know what time it is i would concentrate more on how to receive His seal, His protection, How to be " Kept from the hour of temptation.
      It is Yahusha that opens the seals. Discovering why is paramount. It is God Yahuah that hardens men's hearts and turn them against one another. Again discovering why is paramount.

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  11. Great discussion. I too am sick of the "feminized" Church....wimpified Christ...who was/is a Warrior, who comes with a sword. Soon I hope...meanwhile men of the West better wake the **** up.

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  12. Basically throw out Paul...Luke is not Paul. Not to split hairs, but please do not deliberately parse a very shortened version of the my main point which is to throw out the STATIST Paul, whose doctrine is not needed to grasp the very clear instructions of "I AM" in the "Old Testament" and reiterated by "The Word" in part of what has been compiled in the "New Testament."

    The problem with the whole of Christendom is that they chose Paulian doctrine.

    Of course, Chuck Baldwin would never go this far, but he does have an interpretation of Paul's attributed epistle which seems to make it just fine with the Lord to defend you and yours.

    Peace to you all, but if they must have war, Psalms 144:1 seems abundantly and clearly instructive.

    Iceni26AD

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    1. The context for verse 1, is the entry to the invisible in verses 7 and 11 (KJV). The thought is mentioned twice for a reason. Darkness is a noisy place.

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  13. The NT comes from the minds of Jewish men who present the second Covenant, and their thought follows not the black and white rules of religious doctrine (the letter of the Law) but the minding of the Spirit in a correct and extremely intelligent flowing and Jewish context. Our attitude toward all of Scripture is our attitude toward God, getting His mind on what we don't understand is the challenge, but He gives wisdom (the Word) if we ask.
    When one looks at Romans what does it simply say about the attributes of the "higher powers" (delegated influence and ability)? It says: They are not a terror to good works. They praise the good. They are a minister for good. They wield the sword if you do Evil. So render tribute, custom, fear, and honor. Good Government Is Lawful Government, and Paul mentions the Ten Commandments as defining Lawful goodness.
    We have the right (as John the Baptist did calling a marriage unlawful) to admonish Immoral, Crooked and Dishonest rulers and authorities. The 10 Commandments aren't a sledgehammer in that endeavor but a guide. We have the right to pray for "good government" that we might live in peace and we have the right to shake off evil Government. Paul goes on to recognize the active works of darkness and if you want to know more about that begin meditating in the Psalms, they are filled with insight that has direct bearing on the Christian fight. It helps to look at Scripture from a Jewish perspective and not a Greek one; C. Peter Wagner points this out in his book "This Changes Everything".
    We do well to start here: "I esteem all Thy words to be right".

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  14. T.L.Davis: I have come to the identical conclusion as yours.

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    1. So have I.
      I appreciate Mr. Davis' insights and information. Thank you.
      sunny

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  15. what happened to this online publication!!
    A shell of what it was a couple years back....
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    Are We Comprehending The Barnhardt Axiom YET??!!

    The fact that a given person is holding or seeking high-level public office is, in and of itself, proof that said person is morally and/or psychologically UNFIT to hold public office. --The Barnhardt Axiom.
    You realize this applies every bit as strongly to Trump too, right? Tell me you are not so stupid as to believe for one second that Trump would actually do ANY of the things he is talking about. He’s just smart enough to know what y’all want to hear, and is saying it. You know how I know that Trump will never follow through on anything he is saying?

    BECAUSE. HE. IS. RUNNING. FOR. POLITICAL. OFFICE. IN. A. NATION. THAT NO. LONGER. EXISTS.

    Remember, the only thing that actually WANTS to be in a cesspit is a PIECE OF CRAP.

    http://www.barnhardt.biz/2015/12/19/are-we-comprehending-the-barnhardt-axiom-yet/

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    1. Agreed.

      White Blue Collar Redneck

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  16. Your friend Trump said he would sign amnesty for 50 million illegals today..
    HE IS THE DEEP STATE

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    1. I thought I was fairly clear when I wrote that this mess is unsalvageable. The fact that the deep state tried to take Trump out suggests that he is not of the deep state or what would be the point?

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    2. He sure did say it.
      "You guys are going to have to come up with a solution [for DACA], and I'm going to sign that solution," Trump said during a bipartisan meeting of House and Senate leaders at the White House on Tuesday morning.
      "My positions are going to be what the people in this room come up with," the president later told the press pool. "If they come to me with things I'm not in love with, I'm going to do it, because I respect them," Trump said, flanked by Durbin and House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer, D-Md.

      POTUS, the 'Creature From Deep in the Swamp Lagoon."

      White Blue Collar Redneck

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  17. I am fascinated that people would claim to be Christians and yet are "throwing out" Scripture that they do not like. I won't take the time to try to demonstrate it, but the NT canon was well established by the church fathers, the first generation followers of Christ and His disciples.

    When Jesus said to 'turn the other cheek' He is referring to a right handed person (the norm) striking you on your right cheek. This is a backhanded slap, more of an insult than a PUNCH. His directions for the guys to get a sword has been covered. Most importantly Romans 13 talks about good government, this is to be a restraint on evil. When government DOES evil, we are not to obey.

    To passively allow evil to occur when one has the ability to oppose it IS sin against God. We are to protect the innocent. This is abundantly clear from Scripture.

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  18. Interesting post and comment thread, T.L. After reading this post and the comments I went back to a book I had not read in a number of years, which you and your readers may be interested in exploring. Jacques Ellul's "Violence - Reflections from a Christian Perspective."

    Ellul, a Christian himself, pulls no punches in dissecting violence, in all its various manifestations, continually noting that violence is un-Christian, but is indeed a "necessity" in this world, the world as Christians we are cautioned to not be a part of.

    Regardless of the fact that there are many, many theological arguments for just war, which is violence, and the necessity for violence (Ellul has interesting thoughts on this necessity angle) if we as Christians make the decision to engage in violence, we cannot be dismayed or complain when violence is utilized against us.

    As for myself, being a Christian, I am prepared to do violence, though I pray I will not have to, and will accept that if I do violence, violence may very well be done to me.

    Here's a couple of quotes from Ellul to consider.

    I do ask, however, that the man who uses violence at least have the courage to admit the consequences of his action, namely, violence against himself. Let him refrain from appealing to great principles--a Declaration of Rights, democracy, justice--in the hope of escaping the reaction of the power he has attacked. We must recognize, and clearly, that violence begets violence.

    And this, which addresses what Ellul refers to as the "hypocritical humanism" which society and politics have devolved into.

    I find its (violence - ed.) use condonable (1) when a man is in despair and sees no other way out, or (2) when a hypocritically just and peaceful situation must be exposed for what it is in order to end it. But I must emphasize that in these cases, too, violence is of the "order of necessity," therefore contradictory to the Christian life, whose root is freedom.

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  19. Some people have not been able to post comments, I don't know why. If I censor you will know why.

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  20. While the liberals are busy scheming to to take down down our President...
    We are buying more guns and ammunition.

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