Yo, Tucker–from your mouth to God’s ear! Nothing very good can happen to America until the Democrat Party is put out of business forever, and Carlson says they’re busy doing that to themselves. Well, how can we help?
But we must bear in mind Napoleon’s excellent advice: when your enemy is making a mistake, don’t interfere.
Going far Left off the edge of the world has got to be a mistake–I hope!
When Tamerlane, aka Timur, died, he had inscribed on his tomb, “When I rise from the dead, the world shall tremble.”
Tamerlane died in 1405, by which time he had succeeded in killing some 17 million people in Central Asia, the Middle East, India, and China–about 5% of the people on the planet at the time. Well, you can’t re-create Genghis Khan’s Mongol Empire without breaking a few million eggs. That Tamerlane’s methods included what we would call extreme sadism did not seem to diminish his luster as “the Sword of Islam.” In fact, he’s venerated today throughout the Central Asian Muslim world–although the descendants of Muslims in other countries that he ravaged are somewhat less than nostalgic for him.
It is a dynamic of history that from time to time a conqueror rises up and tries to devour the human race. Alexander the Great, Pyrrhus, Genghis Khan, Hitler, Tamerlane–and we’re only counting the ones who actually got somewhere. Maybe Napoleon has the excuse that his wars might be called exigencies of self-defense: although that excuse wouldn’t have seemed too convincing while he was burning Moscow.
Dynamics of history don’t go away. People wish they’d go away, people think they’ve gone away: but they remain. Unless history itself ends, somewhere in the future is another Tamerlane. Meanwhile, we have to be content with the present globalist movement–they, too, want to rule the world, but their methods are much subtler than Tamerlane’s.
But there is only One Person who has the right to that throne: Jesus Christ, the Son of God. All the others are usurpers.
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?
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.