Rocky Mountain storm
How strange life is today when you look into the eyes of the people who surround you and see that vague sense of unease. Change has begun; the truth is seeping out. By electing Trump, Americans defied all the propaganda, the lies, the half-truths, and the influencers in every media, and acknowledged and made public our shared truth: things must change. The election of Trump was our shared perception of something terrible on the horizon that we had to face or perish.
We know the Crisis is coming at us fast. We all know it because it is coming from every direction, and because no American is unscathed. No matter what anyone does, there is no redress for our woes and grievances. It’s the gigantic federal debt and future obligations that mount into unimaginable trillions. We all know that it can never be repaid. That’s an indisputable fact.
It’s the millions of young people mired in hopeless college debt they can never pay off, trying to live life with heads forever bowed in submission to the state. It’s the millions who didn’t go to college who languish in menial jobs.
It’s our healthcare system which seems designed to enrich pharmaceutical companies, not help patients.
It’s our once glorious landscape dotted with cookie cutter malls that are empty, malls no one wanted in the first place, but which are coveted by the corporations who write our tax laws. It’s embedded in our tax laws, which are so onerous and complex that they foil every spark of initiative and honest effort at self-improvement and entrepreneurship.
It’s our public schools, which educate few and whose primary function is to provide union jobs to fund the Democrat party.
It’s our state governments, who have promised many services to get elected and created many state jobs in response, but the salaries, healthcare and pensions for those jobs are so lavish they weren’t affordable to begin with, and most of the promised services amount to little more than fantastically expensive piles of paperwork.
It’s a tsunami of misery from our fatally flawed justice system, which has become a means of plunder to support the unsustainable state budgets. It all stinks to high heaven.
Oh yes, no one who can see lighting and hear thunder is unaware of the titanic crisis moving quickly toward us on the horizon. I hear they are building survival bunkers around DC, as well they should, because they are the worst and grossest offenders. Our government is being held hostage by globalist leeches who are sucking the bones of our rich country dry, before they move on. Our population has become the prey of the jackals of greed and power. They write the laws, they call the shots, and there is nothing any of us can do about it. We are trapped, our only choice is Frick or Frack, the Democrats or the Republicans.
I’ve got a feeling that no one was more surprised than Trump at the staggering, almost unbelievable crowds he drew wherever he went, no matter the place or the time. A tidal wave of dissatisfaction swelled in response to the one man speaking the truth. Who knew the truth had such power? No one in DC, that’s for sure. The jackals were caught off guard. But the fight is on, now. The only question is will there be bloodshed? Will there be war? Or will things shake out with less violence?
Everyone knows, and everyone is holding their breath, hanging on. We’ve faced the fact that we have huge problems. What will happen next? Will the country survive? Or will it self-destruct? We are a hopeful people and confident. That is what Trump represents. We believe that no matter how bad it is, America and the dream it represents will prevail, one way or another. That is what’s best about Trump, that and jobs. People who are working are people you can trust to get you through a crisis.
Trump’s policies may be wrong or right. I don’t know and economists, like global warmists, predict many contradictory things. There are too many unknowns in both cases and too many variables.
This is the quiet before the storm, and we all know it. Enjoy what you can. Whatever the storm may be, if God still loves us, something better will be reborn. Of that, you can be sure.