Yes, it is happening here
By Robert T. Smith
Antifa, Black Lives Matter, and similar groups have one goal, their shared vision of “fundamental change” to the United States….sound familiar?
The Americans are currently in a revolutionary battle with the enemy of our country who is now within the gates among us. The enemy domestic is masquerading in the guise of social justice and protected by the Democrat Mayors, Governors and national Democrat party, while they persuade the law-abiding public by violence, burning, and looting.
It is now apparently impolite to mention Winston Churchill as the man who helped save the world from Hitler’s National Socialist German Workers’ Party juggernaut because he has transitioned from a historical hero-figure that lead his country to victory in WW II, to a racist under this new woke moment in which we are living. However, the former Prime Minister was arguably fighting a similar political ideology enemy that we now face within our own country.
It would appear we are late in the fight without bloodshed portion of the milieu. There is an upcoming national election that will certainly determine the fate of Americanism. The enemy domestic and their propaganda arm, the main-stream media, have pulled out all the stops to win at all cost. This will only get worse as the year wears on. Make no mistake, this will be an election like no other, the stakes are that high and the enemy domestic intends to win no matter the cost and manner. To them, this is their revolutionary make or break moment.
If you won’t fight now by providing the various means of political support without bloodshed, are you satisfied to wait to fight later at the precarious chance moment with bloodshed? Or heaven forbid, if it gets late in the game, will you make the final decision with no hope should you sit on the sidelines and think it can never happen here? You may have to decide that there are things that will wear on you worse than dying. Alternatively, are you simply willing to acquiesce and live as best as possible under the new regime?
In response to the chant of black lives matter, many individuals, small and large corporations, and even professional sports leagues have expressed their support and donated large sums of money to the Black Lives Matter organization, not the phrase. This misdirection is an artful tactic by the enemy domestic that is currently, demonstrably successful because many uninformed people do not know the organization to whom they are donating, or to whom these larger organizations have decided to support with donations.
Setting aside the burning, looting, and murder we have been treated to across the country, consider Black Lives Matter’s website, what we believe. A plethora of ambiguous what we believe statements, a bizarre focus in many other statements on LGBTQ considerations, and the main gem in their what we believe statements:
Inculcate the masses with the feel good notion that it takes a village to raise a child…sound familiar? How’s that working for the black lives who experience the social dislocation caused by an out of wedlock, single parent existence. The effects of the disruption to the nuclear family has been studied extensively and it is simply a fact that this condition is a main causative factor to poor outcomes for many of these children.
Apparently Black Lives Matter has solved this problem with their “what they believe” deep thinking…since we can’t seem to live otherwise or it would be too difficult to help these communities to live otherwise, we can instead hold the village to account. Done and solved, not their own personal responsibility failing, it is clearly your western system that has been inflicted on their community and held them down. According to Black Lives Matter, it’s not us, it’s you. Arguably this is a large part of the problem in the communities where ~72% of black children are born out of wedlock to a single young mother.
Black Lives Matter is simply the typical Marxist trope of the ideal collective where we all live in harmony, sharing all the resources equitably. This approach has been tried many times throughout history and is always a failure, and sometimes tragically so. The human condition will not allow this fairy tale system to succeed. The collectivist system is the antithesis of Americanism’s individual freedom and responsibility that has demonstrated its liberating effectiveness. Marxism posits that the struggle between social classes defines economic relations in a capitalist economy and this struggle will inevitably lead to revolutionary communism, so here we are.
Yes, it can happen here and it is. As Sean Connery’s character Jim Malone asked Kevin Costner’s character Elliot Ness with his dying words in the movie the Untouchables, “What are you prepared to do?”
Robert T. Smith is an environmental scientist who spends his days enjoying life and the pursuit of happiness with his family. He confesses to cling to his liberty, guns and religion, with antipathy toward the arrogant ruling elites throughout the country.