Making America Grieve Again
It has been said that every four years America elects a new Daddy. That is, America tends to choose the candidate for President that comes closest to representing an idealized father for the nation. This time we chose a wife beater and child abuser, if you believe that American voters had anything to do with Biden’s election. Regardless, the powers, whoever they may be, that pull the Puppet Regime’s strings, are treating America as an abusive parent threats their abused family. It seems that Beijing Biden’s sole agenda is making America grieve again, and again and again. Every news broadcast has us ready to cringe, afraid to find out what’s next, but more afraid not to know.
Not since Lord Elphinstone has the world witnessed such a debacle in Afghanistan. Every decision the Puppet Regime has made has been calculated to increase the catastrophe. I am sorry to tell you that we have not yet seen the worst, we must brace ourselves for more hard and heavy tidings from that benighted land. There are still thousands of American military and civilians in Kabul alone, and thousands more scattered throughout Afghanistan. At best they are hostages, most will be killed with or without preparatory torture, others, the women, will have long years to wish themselves dead. Kipling knew it, and soon we will remember why,
When you're wounded and left on Afghanistan's plains, And the women come out to cut up what remains, Jest roll to your rifle and blow out your brains An' go to your Gawd like a soldier.
Afghanistan will run it’s course, as will it’s sequelae; long before that sad story is done more catastrophes will appear to punish us for having been asleep at the wheel for so many years. Events beyond our immediate power to control have been set in motion and will befall us as may be. Yet as grim as this picture is we are winning. We must not forget that.
Just as a body invaded by some pathogen falls sick and is for a time weak and racked with pain before it recovers, so it will be with us. The enemies that have done this to us intend America’s death, but America is not dying, though many Americans will die in the struggle. We are now alive to our danger, we’ve identified the pathogen, we have begun to fight back and are developing strategies, plans and tactics to carry the fight to victory.
It will be a long fight, it will be filled with sorrow, horror and disappointment as war always is. But make no mistake, in the end victory is ours. The process of winning doesn’t feel like winning, it feels like struggle, uncertainty, loss and pain. As a nation we’ve been here before, read your history books and remember who we are and what we can do. In the end, the most determined wins. So be determined, get active and never quit. Do this and suddenly we will be overwhelmed by joy when we least expect it. Then we will know we have won.
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