Are These People Quite All There?

This Tele-Tubbie wannabe is now our secretary of state.

Secretary of State John Kerry, who made his political bones calling American soldiers bloodthirsty barbarians and then ran for president as a war hero, having won three Purple Hearts without spending as much as fifteen minutes in the infirmary, recently told graduating students at Northeastern University to prepare themselves to live in “a borderless world” ( http://www.catholic.org/news/politics/story.php?id=68831 ).

Let’s see, now… no borders… that means no countries, right? And if there are no countries anymore, well, that would imply a world government–one great big universal country.

Are these globalist morons capable of rational thought?

So, if you can’t do a certain job, but then you make it ten, twenty, or a hundred times bigger than it is already, does that mean you will then be able to do it?

No.

Can men like Kerry, or men like anyone else for that matter, even govern a single city wisely, efficiently, economically, and justly? Well, what city would that be, then? Detroit? New York? London? Camden? Tokyo?

They’ve just begun to peel the lid off the current government of New York City, and the stink of corruption is already rising to high heaven. So, no, they don’t know how to govern a city.

How about a state, then? Well, look at the job they’re doing on California. And when now-Governor Chris Christie was a federal prosecutor in New Jersey, he packed off to jail at least a hundred of our state and city officials, all on charges of corruption. So they can’t manage a state, either.

How about a country? Are they any good at governing a country? If you can answer “yes” to that, there’s something wrong with you.

Dissolving national borders and trying to govern the whole flaming world as one big country–does anyone in his right mind think that will ever work? I mean, look at some of these countries! If you think the U.S.A. or the United Kingdom, among the world’s least awful countries, are governed badly, take a gander at Mexico, Liberia, or Syria.

The dynamics of history never change. There’s always some overly powerful and aggressive psycho who thinks he ought to rule the whole shebang. The only difference nowadays is that instead of a single kook, like Hitler or Napoleon or Alexander the Great, we’ve got a whole gaggle of globalist kooks, like Kerry, who think they and their friends are fit to do the job.

The kingship of the earth is reserved for Jesus Christ, and no other.

4 comments on “Are These People Quite All There?

  1. Boy, you nailed that situation, Lee. I can remember telling my husband over 30 years ago that man does not have the ability to govern himself, and he didn’t agree. He argued that laws are there to govern and keep the peace. HAH! I wonder what he would say now. Of course, that was a long time ago, but it is 1,000,000 times worse now.

  2. These nut cases plan to eradicate much of the masses and then enslave the remainder. They apparently believe this ridiculous plan will work. Well, possibly for a short season, but Jesus Christ, King of Kings and Lord of Lords will have somewhat to say about that.

    Great post, Lee.

  3. And I wonder – does this type of behavior from those in power fit in with their plans? I wonder, also, if this judge knows the Clintons since they all have Arkansas in common. No offense to Arkansans!

    http://www.dcclothesline.com/2016/05/10/sex-for-lighter-sentences-arkansas-judge-exposed-after-thousands-of-nude-male-defendants-including-a-minor-found-on-his-computer/

    As you might expect, there is some adult content in this article – but n pictures!

  4. Kerry & company have indeed tipped their hand. Global governance is the end goal, and climate change is their driving force. The big political brains have decided they have done such a terrible job at governing nation stations, they might as well do an equally terrible job governing the planet. Yea, good luck with that.
    The problem with global government is with everything is so interconnected that a failure in one part adversely affects everyone else. Think of Christmas tree lights, when one goes out they all go out. But more than that, there are no checks and balances. In WW2 the nations allied together to stop Hitler and the axis powers. But in an era of global governance, there is no one there to oppose a dictator should they arise. Those of us who study Bible prophecy, know this is exactly what will happen. This mad dash to return to the Tower of Babel won’t end well.

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