Wednesday, October 26, 2016

The Election is a Battle, Not a War

The United States presidential election is less than two weeks away featuring a match up between Mr. Donald Trump and Secretary/Senator/Former First Lady Hilary Clinton.  There are two other candidates, Jill Stein an enivro-commie and Gary Johnson a closet communist claiming to be a libertarian.

The third party candidates do not matter as they will likely get no more than 2% of the votes combined.  This is despite the polls indicating they get between ten and twenty percent.

Hilary Clinton is a monster in a human fleshsuit.  She and her cohorts have turned the Democratic party from a party of opposition to Republicans to a collection of criminals and communist operatives.  I’m half tempted to try and form firing squads for these degenerate swine.

Mr. Trump stands in stark contrast.  He is a man who made billions of dollars by spending his life doing business.  His sins are the sins of men and sins which most men would have committed had they been in his position.  The worst thing you can say about him is that he likes the ladies a little too much.

While his policies aren’t exactly to my liking, he at least has taken a stand against the continuous revolution of the communists.  Keep in mind that Karl Marx’s ten planks of communism have all but been implemented in this country and still they are not happy.  It’s like the perfect Utopia isn’t possible through Man’s means.

A President Trump will not fix things.  He may not get many of his policy promises accomplished.  But he is a symbol of the backlash against the decades of cultural and governmental communism.  And symbols have power and meaning the minds of even the simplest human being.

Words mean things, as Rush Limbaugh has stated as an absolute truth.  But symbols do as well.  This is why I shudder when I see what passes as art these days.  Performance art, especially half-time shows and awards shows, tend to be full of Satanic, pagan, or otherwise anti-Christian symbolism.  Often times, most people shrug it off, despite the fact that this country is 70-82% Christian, depending on what polling data you look at.

Beyond that, Trump could bring a huge cultural shift, even if he only serves for a single term.  Think about it.  Bill Clinton shifted the acceptability of sexual deviancy drastically during his presidency.  On top of that, Barack Obama has engendered conflict between races and sexes, the likes of which we have not seen since at least the 1960s.

But the election of Trump will just be a battle in a much larger, longer ongoing war between what is essentially the civilized and the degenerates.  The degenerates have the high ground right now.  They have the press, the entertainment culture, many social outlets on the Internet, and pretty much every corporate giant and government agency.

They are all arrayed against him and that should tell you why his election is a possible turning point, like the Battle of Gettysburg.  Should he win, it will be a great victory, but the war will continue from a more advantageous position.

Should he lose, the war will continue but we will be in a worse position.  It won’t be the same boss as before because Hilary Clinton has been infected with envy to the point that she would destroy the world in order to prove herself righteous.

I’ve heard a lot of people say that voting doesn’t matter or that it won’t fix things.  That’s not the point of it.  The point is to secure your values in the organization who rules over you.  The communists have been committing voter fraud and breaking every rule in the book of elections you can think of (and many you don’t know about).

They are only doing this because they want to assert their cruel, despicable ideology on the rest of us who simply want to enjoy the Utopia we have and not strive for the Distopia they desire.