I Can Hear The Anguish In This Man’s Voice

     Malcolm Pollack asks a painful question:

     [I]s there no point at which kinetic war against people who hate you and seek to subjugate you is justified? As stewards of the American nation we inherited from our forebears to preserve and cherish, and now crumbling before our eyes, where does our duty lie? A great many decent, patient, forgiving, and conscientious Americans are beginning to ask themselves this previously unthinkable question. Nobody else is coming to save us.

     It’s easy, looking at history, to follow the stories of the decline and fall of nations and empires, in which the span of decades or centuries may pass in a day’s reading. To “zoom out”, though, when one is embedded in history in real time is another thing altogether, and far more difficult. But we are, at this point, rushing headlong past all of the familiar mile-posts.

     I don’t know the answer. Do you, Gentle Reader?

     [Applause to WRSA for the link to this article.]


    • The Old Guy on December 22, 2023 at 3:57 PM

    Yes.  Become once again a nation whose god is the LORD.

    If you are unfamiliar with the need and the result, Rabbi Cahn did an excellent job in showing us from history and its harbinger of where we are headed.

    • Drumwaster on December 22, 2023 at 8:00 PM

    You can ask Ragin’ Dave to verify this, but I have been announcing the year 2025 (at the latest) as the year that Civil War II/American Revolution II kicks off, and have been doing so since Reagan was in the White House. I have seen absolutely nothing to make me think I was wrong, and lots to make me think I was right. No matter who wins, the other side is going to kick it off.


    If Trump wins, BLM will riot everywhere they can get away with it (wherever Dems and their judges have given them “room to riot”) with lots of flaming headlines (and buildings), and the entire Federal bureaucracy will grind to a halt solely to obstruct everything he tries, and the media will blame this (literal) insurrection on Trump, with any police action to restore the peace seen as “the acts of a dictator”. 2017-2021 was just the technical rehearsal.


    If Biden wins, the owners of all those hundreds of millions of guns out there will see they have no other choice. (Soap, Jury, Ballot, Ammo.) Some states will attempt secession (because FJB), and the person pulling Weekend-At-Biden’s strings will think “look, I’m Lincoln!” and send in troops. Whatever troops they can get from among those who are left (the ones who voted for Trump would likely have fragged the highest ranking officers they could find and lit off for the hills with whatever they could carry) will be facing a pissed off and well-armed insurgent populace that will make the Afghanis take a step back and say “Whoa, dude.”


    Kennedy made it clear: “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.”

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