The Foundation of Salvation

Here we look at what the 430 years of suffering the Black Christian Race paid for on the National Level which indemnified threir position as the Children of Israel who suffered for 430 years in Egypt until Moses; and whose Resurrection was to have come after the 430 years from Malachi when Jesus who Moses spoke of arrived.

Of course we deal with the 2 Brothers; one White and one Black; a Black Moses as our Servant King; and our White Aaron as our Prince Aaron; who Voice helped Unify the Races as of the North and the South; and how my Generation fell dancing before the Golden Calf of Elvis as the king of Babylon.

This can be seen at the blogs at http://www.NewUnificationChurch.com at the section “The Widow of Israel” about the Black Virgin Daughter of Jerusalem: the queen of the South; who stands as Sheba; even as Ephraim is the king of the North.

She stands as Sheba; and he as the Manchild of Israel; the Prodigal Son returned from the dead: as Solomon; the silly dove; back from his fall; and his deal to rule the dead: and how he was raised; like Lazurus at the Last Day: this Day.

Called out in the name written in the Lamb’s Book: Jedidiah.

The Endgame of Democracy, the Worshipers of the Image of the Beast: and the Unseen Destiny of the Republic: “The Empire Never Ended”….Philip K. Dick, the Illuminatus Trilogy……and the Manchild of the Third Israel: the Ideal of Utopia and the Events that Presage the Coming of the Kingdom of God | Measure 144 / Missive #333 ~⊕~ * ~⊕~

The Promise of the God of Love and Peace

“...I am black, but comely…..”

“...But they who endure to the End, the same shall be saved….”

 

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High Crimes and Misdemeanours of Kavanaugh

and the Senate-Trump Faction. Step-by-step Overthrow of the Rule of Law

The Subversive Nature of Civic Participation in the Face of Oppression 

“By a faction, I understand a number of citizens, whether amounting to a majority or a minority of the whole, who are united and actuated by some common impulse of passion, or of interest,  adversed  to the rights of other citizens, or to the permanent and aggregate interests of the community

– James Madison, Federalist Paper 10 

Despite the historic stakes of the ram-through appointment to the Supreme Court of the United States of a serial liar and alleged early rapist, who loudly denounces his Senate questioners as a “left-wing conspiracy” – sniffing all the time as ( of ) his ( coke ) habit – there has been no legal analysis of his abetted crimes of persistent false statements and declarations, and factional subversion of the rule of law and the US Constitution itself.

As law and moral philosophy professors writing just as the White-House-counsel controlled FBI ‘investigation’ is hidden under cover from citizens and the press, we are moved by duty to explain what has so far been lost in media melodrama, political cover-up at the highest levels, he-says-she-says reductions, and the politics of effectively usurping the rule of law in the United States.

As a branch of government it is unique from the other two branches of government – the legislative. and executive branches – in that the supreme Justices are arbiters of what is allowed or prevented by the US Constitution as  the ultimate source of the rule of law in America.  

All life-long appointees of the Supreme Court of the United States have a duty to exercise this supreme power, granted them by the people of the United States to protect and defend the rights of its citizens under the Constitution. As such, they are obliged to demonstrate legal impartiality and moral competence at the highest level in moral practice and public conduct.  

 

THE REPUBLICANS HAVE DESTROYED SUPREME COURT

“…[…] As a young man––not yet a lawyer––I took for granted the Court’s role as an enforcer of national boundaries. The Court defended them by majorities that knew no party.

The chief justice, Earl Warren, was a Republican politician who had run for vice president on his party’s ticket. The Court’s two leading liberals, William J. Brennan and Arthur Goldberg, were appointed by presidents from different parties.

Lewis Powell, who became the Court’s swing justice, had spent his life in the service of business and established power, but when he took the bench, he defied the president who had elevated him.
[…]
But that idea began to fray.

Opinion-writer politesse would require me to say or imply that the decay in the Court’s standing was the fault of “both sides,” or of both “right and left.”

But I cannot. It simply is not true…..

Image result for cartoon

The Supreme Court appointment of Kavanaugh resembles

the operations of a hardened criminal gang

==============================================

Yet what if the entire process is led by a long train of proved false declarations,

persistently intentional misdirection, and perjury under oath with no restraint?

==============================================================

1.) What if in both candidate for office and his Senate and White-House-counsel managers fix an obstruction of truth and justice and refusal to answer questions throughout, and level non-stop attacks and slanderous accusations of anyone stepping in the way?

2.) What if all the while intimidation of all resistance up to threats of death against the testifying victim rise in the background and the US President himself reverses his endorsement of the credibility of the witness against Kavanaugh and uses his bully pulpit to mock her in a televised public speech at a political rally?

3.) What if the FBI itself is used as a covertly operating instrument whose report is manipulated and made secret to the public and the press? 

What if in all evident respects the process and appointment to the highest judicial office of the land operates like a criminal conspiracy with a vice-grip on all three branches of governmentin the words of Madison, the very definition of ‘tyranny’ – with now the Supreme Court itself fixed to ignore and override basic issues of justice and morality for the next generation in a situation of cumulatively unprecedented social and environmental crisis?  

We have already seen the unraveling of even the need to appear objective, disinterested, above the political mob mentality and thuggery of this ruling faction in one long train of abuses, false statements and lying with impunity under oath.

 

“…The reckless and grasping nature of the Kavanaugh appointment,

in short, shows an unbound faction of power

treating its position of tyrannical rule as its personal property and right….”

 

“…One party made the Supreme Court a partisan issue. First Richard Nixon and then Ronald Reagan made attacks on the Court part of Republican Party dogma. Some will see the rejection of Judge Robert Bork by the Democratic-controlled Senate in 1987 as a product of partisanship; others may see it as one of its causes.

But I think no fair-minded person could deny that a major barrier was crossed in 1991 when a Republican president, for political reasons, appointed a justice who was manifestly unqualified for the office, and who faced numerous, credible claims of sexual misbehavior as a government official.

It was hard to watch the nominee testify in October 1991 without concluding that Anita Hill had told the truth and that Thomas had lied. But the administration pushed ahead regardless.

This was the first major step over a dangerous threshold.

The next step came in 2000, when five Republican appointees on the Court extended its authority to decide a national election, in defiance of federal statutes, the Constitution’s text, and their own frequently expressed pieties about “our federalism.”

The Court has aggressively made itself part of partisan politics, but even then, some of the justices who dissented were Republican appointees….”

 

 

Leader of Our Republic: the Moral Compass in the Hand of Bernie Sanders…

“….Today I spoke at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies about the problem of authoritarian nationalism threatening democratic societies, and the need to build a global progressive movement based on the principles of democracy, equality, and economic and environmental justice. I hope you’ll give my speech a listen and join me in the movement that stands behind a vision of shared prosperity, security and dignity for all people….”

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Step-by-step overthrow of the rule of law 

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“….What has happened in Washington DC with the Kavanaugh hearings is of grave concern to anyone who believes in the democratic rule of law over a moneyed faction fixing all legal process.

What this hearing and FBI investigation now controlled by the White House Counsel and ranking Senate Republicans shows is a series of non-stop false statements and actions that attack the very heart of our system of laws and poison the soul of the nation. ….”

In our considered legal and moral opinion, Kavanaugh’s continual false declarations and prevarications are grounds for impeachment in even his current position of Federal Court Judge.  

In our judgement, with which many will agree, Trump’s candidate Kavanaugh has incontestably demonstrated unfitness for any judicial or public office.  

His speech and actions under oath, to the US Senate, is enough to be disbarred and lose his law license

 

“…Kavanaugh has been so continuously coached

from the highest offices of the land

to act above the law in every regard

that this corrupt appointment reaches into the depths

of a ‘tyrannical faction

now in control of our federal government and institutions…”

 

 

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“…It has so overreached in it’s lawless and naked abuse of power

that only keeping the public in ignorance can allow it to continue

into the mid-term elections this November

– the acid test of US democracy which is now before us. …” 

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REPUBLICANS HAVE DESTROYED SUPREME COURT

‘[…] As a young man––not yet a lawyer––I took for granted the Court’s role as an enforcer of national boundaries. The Court defended them by majorities that knew no party. The chief justice, Earl Warren, was a Republican politician who had run for vice president on his party’s ticket. The Court’s two leading liberals, William J. Brennan and Arthur Goldberg, were appointed by presidents from different parties. Lewis Powell, who became the Court’s swing justice, had spent his life in the service of business and established power, but when he took the bench, he defied the president who had elevated him.
[…]
But that idea began to fray. Opinion-writer politesse would require me to say or imply that the decay in the Court’s standing was the fault of “both sides,” or of both “right and left.”

But I cannot. It simply is not true.

One party made the Supreme Court a partisan issue. First Richard Nixon and then Ronald Reagan made attacks on the Court part of Republican Party dogma. Some will see the rejection of Judge Robert Bork by the Democratic-controlled Senate in 1987 as a product of partisanship; others may see it as one of its causes. But I think no fair-minded person could deny that a major barrier was crossed in 1991 when a Republican president, for political reasons, appointed a justice who was manifestly unqualified for the office, and who faced numerous, credible claims of sexual misbehavior as a government official. It was hard to watch the nominee testify in October 1991 without concluding that Anita Hill had told the truth and that Thomas had lied. But the administration pushed ahead regardless.

This was the first major step over a dangerous threshold.

The next step came in 2000, when five Republican appointees on the Court extended its authority to decide a national election, in defiance of federal statutes, the Constitution’s text, and their own frequently expressed pieties about “our federalism.” The Court has aggressively made itself part of partisan politics, but even then, some of the justices who dissented were Republican appointees.

Partisanship sputtered for the next decade and a half. John Roberts was confirmed as chief justice with the votes of 22 Democrats––half of the party’s Senate caucus. Samuel Alito was the object of an attempted filibuster by Democrats, but was still confirmed with four Democratic votes. Sonia Sotomayor won nine Republican votes; Elena Kagan got five Republican votes and lost one Democratic vote. Justice Anthony Kennedy continued to move back and forth within the Court across partisan lines.

As the new Court settled in, people began to wonder whether the wounds of 2000 might be closing.

Then, in 2016, Justice Antonin Scalia died.
(And Judge Merrick Garland nomination was stonewalled for 9 months by Republicans)

President Barack Obama, facing a Republican Senate, carefully nominated a moderate whom even Senator Orrin Hatch had previously designated as acceptable to both sides. But then the rules changed. 
Scalia’s seat, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said, would not be filled, no matter what. Republicans had a majority in the Senate and could use it for any purpose they wished—including making the Supreme Court seat a plum partisan patronage job to be filled after the next presidential election.

Republican nominee Donald Trump assured Republican voters that he would appoint justices who would “automatically” overturn Roe v. Wade. To make this clearer, he released a short list of nominees, in effect putting their names on the presidential ballot besides his. Another threshold was crossed: A Court seat was a partisan prize, its holders subject to popular vote.
[…]
The answer, when it came—from the nominee Brett Kavanaugh, from his supporters, and finally and most shockingly from Trump himself—was a perfect whirlwind of male aggression and dominance. 
The aim, which was largely successful, was simply to remove Ford from the equation and turn the subject to raw power and its prerogatives. 
The debate and the vote that followed were not about the Court, not about the law; they were about the Republican Party. They were about teaching the rest of us that we cannot refuse what Trump and McConnell want. They were a demonstration that in the new order there is no individual, no norm, no institution not subject to the control of the ruling party.[…]

Thanks to Cynthia F. Davidson

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The Promise of the God of Love and Peace

…I am black, but comely…..”

“…But they who endure to the End, the same shall be saved….”

=========================================

In looking at the earth being turned into a total Desolation, we have to remember God said he would not destroy the earth again right after the Flood…and the Sign of that Covenant and Promise was set as the Rainbow…in a Cloud

But God never said Mankind did not have the Free Will to destroy ourselves, and Satan has done a pretty good job in destroying this planet hoping that by the time my Father Jesus arrives to collect his inheritance, all that will be left is a burnt potato chip that once was the Earth.

Like a child that breaks a toy when he has had to give it back, Satan is dropping the oxygen level by having his deluded psychopaths pour more Fossil Fuel smoke and ash into the sky in his creature Trumps mad dash to destroy the Ecosphere as quickly as possible……….when the Air we all breath goes much below 15% oxygen the brain starts to shut down… death follows if much lower than 7%……right now we are hovering at around 20%

Water is Life…but the Air is like the Spirit of Life

Be not too surprised that a man like the President, and his new Supreme Court Un-justice, both like to rape and pillage and assault women, just as does the Climate Denying Government and its Maleficent Corporations that gleefully rape and pillage and destroy the earth.,.an allegory of Trumps own corporate greed and, by analogy, the fitting symbol of the attitude of his total disrespect of women in exactly the degree to where he or his masters have no respect for life on this planet… whether personally raping women or of Raping the Earth…the attitude of Trump and the Corporations / Beasts of the Earth he champions to the detriment of all… are one-and-the-same …,

Those who give life discarnate to an inanimate object by letting it accrue interest, as though it indeed lives and breathes only do so when this dead matter, blindly given abstract value by Mammon that we call “money” outweighs the true value of human life.

How is it then that that which is alive serves and obeys that which is intrinsically dead ???

Sayed Idries Shah once said”

“Men in authority constantly talk and prattle about the sacred value of human life

and its accomplishments and importance, but isn’t it strange

that these same men treat human life

like the cheapest and most disposable resource

on the face of the Earth???”

Ah yes……can there be ANY doubt….????

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The Endgame of Democracy, the Worshipers of the Image of the Beast: and the Unseen Destiny of the Republic: “The Empire Never Ended”….Philip K. Dick, the Illuminatus Trilogy……and the Manchild of the Third Israel: the Ideal of Utopia and the Events that Presage the Coming of the Kingdom of God

The Promise of the God of Love and Peace

“...I am black, but comely…..”

“...But they who endure to the End, the same shall be saved….”

 

Image may contain: one or more people and text

 

High Crimes and Misdemeanours of Kavanaugh

and the Senate-Trump Faction. Step-by-step Overthrow of the Rule of Law

The Subversive Nature of Civic Participation in the Face of Oppression 

“By a faction, I understand a number of citizens, whether amounting to a majority or a minority of the whole, who are united and actuated by some common impulse of passion, or of interest,  adversed  to the rights of other citizens, or to the permanent and aggregate interests of the community

– James Madison, Federalist Paper 10 

Despite the historic stakes of the ram-through appointment to the Supreme Court of the United States of a serial liar and alleged early rapist, who loudly denounces his Senate questioners as a “left-wing conspiracy” – sniffing all the time as ( of ) his ( coke ) habit – there has been no legal analysis of his abetted crimes of persistent false statements and declarations, and factional subversion of the rule of law and the US Constitution itself.

As law and moral philosophy professors writing just as the White-House-counsel controlled FBI ‘investigation’ is hidden under cover from citizens and the press, we are moved by duty to explain what has so far been lost in media melodrama, political cover-up at the highest levels, he-says-she-says reductions, and the politics of effectively usurping the rule of law in the United States.

As a branch of government it is unique from the other two branches of government – the legislative. and executive branches – in that the supreme Justices are arbiters of what is allowed or prevented by the US Constitution as  the ultimate source of the rule of law in America.  

All life-long appointees of the Supreme Court of the United States have a duty to exercise this supreme power, granted them by the people of the United States to protect and defend the rights of its citizens under the Constitution. As such, they are obliged to demonstrate legal impartiality and moral competence at the highest level in moral practice and public conduct.  

 

THE REPUBLICANS HAVE DESTROYED SUPREME COURT

“…[…] As a young man––not yet a lawyer––I took for granted the Court’s role as an enforcer of national boundaries. The Court defended them by majorities that knew no party.

The chief justice, Earl Warren, was a Republican politician who had run for vice president on his party’s ticket. The Court’s two leading liberals, William J. Brennan and Arthur Goldberg, were appointed by presidents from different parties.

Lewis Powell, who became the Court’s swing justice, had spent his life in the service of business and established power, but when he took the bench, he defied the president who had elevated him.
[…]
But that idea began to fray.

Opinion-writer politesse would require me to say or imply that the decay in the Court’s standing was the fault of “both sides,” or of both “right and left.”

But I cannot. It simply is not true…..

Image result for cartoon

The Supreme Court appointment of Kavanaugh resembles

the operations of a hardened criminal gang

==============================================

Yet what if the entire process is led by a long train of proved false declarations,

persistently intentional misdirection, and perjury under oath with no restraint?

==============================================================

1.) What if in both candidate for office and his Senate and White-House-counsel managers fix an obstruction of truth and justice and refusal to answer questions throughout, and level non-stop attacks and slanderous accusations of anyone stepping in the way?

2.) What if all the while intimidation of all resistance up to threats of death against the testifying victim rise in the background and the US President himself reverses his endorsement of the credibility of the witness against Kavanaugh and uses his bully pulpit to mock her in a televised public speech at a political rally?

3.) What if the FBI itself is used as a covertly operating instrument whose report is manipulated and made secret to the public and the press? 

What if in all evident respects the process and appointment to the highest judicial office of the land operates like a criminal conspiracy with a vice-grip on all three branches of governmentin the words of Madison, the very definition of ‘tyranny’ – with now the Supreme Court itself fixed to ignore and override basic issues of justice and morality for the next generation in a situation of cumulatively unprecedented social and environmental crisis?  

We have already seen the unraveling of even the need to appear objective, disinterested, above the political mob mentality and thuggery of this ruling faction in one long train of abuses, false statements and lying with impunity under oath.

 

“…The reckless and grasping nature of the Kavanaugh appointment,

in short, shows an unbound faction of power

treating its position of tyrannical rule as its personal property and right….”

 

“…One party made the Supreme Court a partisan issue. First Richard Nixon and then Ronald Reagan made attacks on the Court part of Republican Party dogma. Some will see the rejection of Judge Robert Bork by the Democratic-controlled Senate in 1987 as a product of partisanship; others may see it as one of its causes.

But I think no fair-minded person could deny that a major barrier was crossed in 1991 when a Republican president, for political reasons, appointed a justice who was manifestly unqualified for the office, and who faced numerous, credible claims of sexual misbehavior as a government official.

It was hard to watch the nominee testify in October 1991 without concluding that Anita Hill had told the truth and that Thomas had lied. But the administration pushed ahead regardless.

This was the first major step over a dangerous threshold.

The next step came in 2000, when five Republican appointees on the Court extended its authority to decide a national election, in defiance of federal statutes, the Constitution’s text, and their own frequently expressed pieties about “our federalism.”

The Court has aggressively made itself part of partisan politics, but even then, some of the justices who dissented were Republican appointees….”

 

 

 Step-by-step overthrow of the rule of law 

What has happened in Washington DC with the Kavanaugh hearings is of grave concern to anyone who believes in the democratic rule of law over a moneyed faction fixing all legal process. What this hearing and FBI investigation now controlled by the White House Counsel and ranking Senate Republicans shows is a series of non-stop false statements and actions that attack the very heart of our system of laws and poison the soul of the nation. 

In our considered legal and moral opinion, Kavanaugh’s continual false declarations and prevarications are grounds for impeachment in even his current position of Federal Court Judge.  

In our judgement, with which many will agree, Trump’s candidate Kavanaugh has incontestably demonstrated unfitness for any judicial or public office.  His speech and actions under oath, to the US Senate, is enough to be disbarred and lose his law license 

“…Kavanaugh has been so continuously coached

from the highest offices of the land

to act above the law in every regard

that this corrupt appointment reaches into the depths

of a ‘tyrannical faction

now in control of our federal government and institutions…”

Image result for cartoon

“…It has so overreached in it’s lawless and naked abuse of power

that only keeping the public in ignorance can allow it to continue

into the mid-term elections this November

– the acid test of US democracy which is now before us. …” 

*

Note to readers: please click the share buttons above. Forward this article to your email lists. Crosspost on your blog site, internet forums. etc.

Matthew Stanton is a long practising Chicago attorney  and law professor, and John McMurtry is a moral philosopher and author whose work has been translated across the world. 

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REPUBLICANS HAVE DESTROYED SUPREME COURT

‘[…] As a young man––not yet a lawyer––I took for granted the Court’s role as an enforcer of national boundaries. The Court defended them by majorities that knew no party. The chief justice, Earl Warren, was a Republican politician who had run for vice president on his party’s ticket. The Court’s two leading liberals, William J. Brennan and Arthur Goldberg, were appointed by presidents from different parties. Lewis Powell, who became the Court’s swing justice, had spent his life in the service of business and established power, but when he took the bench, he defied the president who had elevated him.
[…]
But that idea began to fray. Opinion-writer politesse would require me to say or imply that the decay in the Court’s standing was the fault of “both sides,” or of both “right and left.”

But I cannot. It simply is not true.

One party made the Supreme Court a partisan issue. First Richard Nixon and then Ronald Reagan made attacks on the Court part of Republican Party dogma. Some will see the rejection of Judge Robert Bork by the Democratic-controlled Senate in 1987 as a product of partisanship; others may see it as one of its causes. But I think no fair-minded person could deny that a major barrier was crossed in 1991 when a Republican president, for political reasons, appointed a justice who was manifestly unqualified for the office, and who faced numerous, credible claims of sexual misbehavior as a government official. It was hard to watch the nominee testify in October 1991 without concluding that Anita Hill had told the truth and that Thomas had lied. But the administration pushed ahead regardless.

This was the first major step over a dangerous threshold.

The next step came in 2000, when five Republican appointees on the Court extended its authority to decide a national election, in defiance of federal statutes, the Constitution’s text, and their own frequently expressed pieties about “our federalism.” The Court has aggressively made itself part of partisan politics, but even then, some of the justices who dissented were Republican appointees.

Partisanship sputtered for the next decade and a half. John Roberts was confirmed as chief justice with the votes of 22 Democrats––half of the party’s Senate caucus. Samuel Alito was the object of an attempted filibuster by Democrats, but was still confirmed with four Democratic votes. Sonia Sotomayor won nine Republican votes; Elena Kagan got five Republican votes and lost one Democratic vote. Justice Anthony Kennedy continued to move back and forth within the Court across partisan lines.

As the new Court settled in, people began to wonder whether the wounds of 2000 might be closing.

Then, in 2016, Justice Antonin Scalia died.
(And Judge Merrick Garland nomination was stonewalled for 9 months by Republicans)

President Barack Obama, facing a Republican Senate, carefully nominated a moderate whom even Senator Orrin Hatch had previously designated as acceptable to both sides. But then the rules changed. 
Scalia’s seat, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said, would not be filled, no matter what. Republicans had a majority in the Senate and could use it for any purpose they wished—including making the Supreme Court seat a plum partisan patronage job to be filled after the next presidential election.

Republican nominee Donald Trump assured Republican voters that he would appoint justices who would “automatically” overturn Roe v. Wade. To make this clearer, he released a short list of nominees, in effect putting their names on the presidential ballot besides his. Another threshold was crossed: A Court seat was a partisan prize, its holders subject to popular vote.
[…]
The answer, when it came—from the nominee Brett Kavanaugh, from his supporters, and finally and most shockingly from Trump himself—was a perfect whirlwind of male aggression and dominance. 
The aim, which was largely successful, was simply to remove Ford from the equation and turn the subject to raw power and its prerogatives. 
The debate and the vote that followed were not about the Court, not about the law; they were about the Republican Party. They were about teaching the rest of us that we cannot refuse what Trump and McConnell want. They were a demonstration that in the new order there is no individual, no norm, no institution not subject to the control of the ruling party.[…]

Thanks to Cynthia F. Davidson

=======================================================================

In looking at the earth being turned into a total Desolation, we have to remember God said he would not destroy the earth again right after the Flood…and the Sign of that Covenant and Promise was set as the Rainbow…in a Cloud

But God never said Mankind did not have the Free Will to destroy ourselves, and Satan has done a pretty good job in destroying this planet hoping that by the time my Father Jesus arrives to collect his inheritance, all that will be left is a burnt potato chip that once was the Earth.

Like a child that breaks a toy when he has had to give it back, Satan is dropping the oxygen level by having his deluded psychopaths pour more Fossil Fuel smoke and ash into the sky in his creature Trumps mad dash to destroy the Ecosphere as quickly as possible……….when the Air we all breath goes much below 15% oxygen the brain starts to shut down… death follows if much lower than 7%……right now we are hovering at around 20%

Water is Life…but the Air is like the Spirit of Life

Be not too surprised that a man like the President, and his new Supreme Court Un-justice, both like to rape and pillage and assault women, just as does the Climate Denying Government and its Maleficent Corporations that gleefully rape and pillage and destroy the earth.,.an allegory of Trumps own corporate greed and, by analogy, the fitting symbol of the attitude of his total disrespect of women in exactly the degree to where he or his masters have no respect for life on this planet… whether personally raping women or of Raping the Earth…the attitude of Trump and the Corporations / Beasts of the Earth he champions to the detriment of all… are one-and-the-same …,

Those who give life discarnate to an inanimate object by letting it accrue interest, as though it indeed lives and breathes only do so when this dead matter, blindly given abstract value by Mammon that we call “money” outweighs the true value of human life.

How is it then that that which is alive serves and obeys that which is intrinsically dead ???

Sayed Idries Shah once said “Men in authority constantly talk and prattle about the sacred value of human life and its accomplishments and importance, but isn’t it strange that these same men treat human life like the cheapest and most disposable resource on the face of the Earth???”

 

Ah yes……can there be ANY doubt….????

The Testimony Of Dr. Christine Ford: and the Coming Bloodbath for the GOP in November and 2020 : the End of Steve Miller and the 4th Reich for Donald J. Trump ~ How Washington DC became the Slaughterhouse for the Great Fall of the Republican Party

The Day of Reckoning and the Judgment on Capitol Hill  —

The Final Days of Donald J. Trump’s American Reich

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My Father Jesus The Living God. 

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The True Evangelicals

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In 1973, a broad group of evangelical leaders released the Chicago Declaration of Evangelical Social Concern, calling for a greater commitment to biblical justice that was missing in American evangelicalism.

Forty-five years later, a diverse group of especially younger followers of Jesus, who emerged from and remain within the evangelical tradition, met in Chicago to continue to take up this biblical mandate.

We reflected on and affirmed the 1973 statement which, in its time, was groundbreaking for addressing and combating materialism, militarism, systemic racism, and sexism—and which inspired future generations.

We also discerned together how to respond to the current crises in evangelicalism, which jeopardizes the reputation and witness of the Christian church.

Sadly, in 2018, several false narratives around the identity of evangelicals in the United States undermine Christian witness and distort American politics.

Often, evangelicals are identified in the media and by the public as being predominantly white, right wing, and unconcerned about the poor and oppressed.

For example, the story that became nationally and globally dominant after the 2016 election was that 81 percent of “evangelicals” voted for Donald Trump, when,

1. ) in fact, this group only represented the votes of white evangelicals.

When evangelicals of color and younger evangelicals are accurately accounted for, the picture changes significantly.
For example, evangelicals of color vote overwhelmingly otherwise.

2. ) In contrast to these false narratives, evangelicals compose an ethnically diverse group whose movement reflects a historical and ongoing commitment to Jesus, the authority of scripture, evangelism, and God’s biblical call to justice.

As diverse evangelicals, our faith moves us to confess and lament that we have often fallen short of the biblical values and commitments proclaimed in the gospel and affirmed in the 1973 Declaration. In addition to the 1973 Declaration, many diverse evangelicals, including women, African-American, Latino, Asian Pacific Islander, and Indigenous leaders, have put out strong statements that have often been ignored.

Millions of people, especially younger believers, have left the faith during a time in which evangelicalism has become increasingly partisan and politicized. People on both sides of the political aisle have demonized those who disagree with us and failed to love both our neighbors and our “enemies,” as Jesus instructs us to do.

3. ) We should not be captive to any political party, because our allegiance belongs to Christ. Like Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we believe the church is “called to be the conscience of the state, not the master or the servant of the state.”

In Affirming the 1973 Declaration, as well as other historic statements from diverse evangelicals, we recommit to an evangelical faith that follows Jesus’ example of living and sharing a gospel that always proclaims good news to the poor and freedom for the oppressed. (Luke 4: 18-19)

4. ) We recommit to a biblical justice that demonstrates the reign of God as we strive for abundant life for all God’s children, which must include combating economic inequality and exploitation.

5. ) We recommit to more faithfully and courageously follow Jesus, who affirmed the sacredness and dignity of all human life.

Building on the 1973 Declaration as well as other historic statements from diverse evangelicals, we also commit to love and protect all people—including life at every stage, people of color, women, Indigenous people, immigrants and refugees, LGBTQ people, people who are living with disabilities or mental health issues, poor and impoverished people, and each one who is marginalized, hungry, thirsty, naked, a stranger, sick, or imprisoned. (Matthew 25:31-46)

6. ) We commit to care for and protect the earth as God’s creation.

7. ) We commit to resisting all manifestations of racism, white nationalism, and any forms of bigotry

—all of which are sins against God.

8. ) We commit to resisting patriarchy, toxic masculinity, and any form of sexism and to always affirm the dignity, voices, and leadership of women.

9, ) We commit to defend the dignity and rights of all people, particularly as we celebrate and embrace the increasing racial and ethnic diversity in our nation and churches.

We hope and pray that this statement, and the positive actions it inspires, will help to counteract and transform false narratives and stories into liberating ones.

We invite you to join us in the journey of following Jesus, who calls us to proclaim and live the gospel, committed to love and justice.
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The Chicago Invitation

Diverse Evangelicals Continue the Journey

We invite you to join us in the journey of following Jesus, who calls us to proclaim and live the gospel, committed to love and justice.

The Chicago Invitation
Signatories

AS EVANGELICAL CHRISTIANS WE SHOULD SPEAK WITH ONE VOICE

AS EVANGELICAL CHRISTIANS committed to the Lord Jesus Christ and the full authority of the Word of God, we affirm that God lays total claim upon the lives of his people. We cannot, therefore, separate our lives from the
situation in which God has placed us in the United State sand the world.

We confess that we have not acknowledged the complete claim of God on our lives.

We acknowledge that God requires love. But we have not demonstrated the love of God to those suffering social abuses.

We acknowledge that God requires justice. But we have not proclaimed or demonstrated his justice to an unjust American society.

Although the Lord calls us to defend the social and economic rights of the poor and oppressed, we have mostly remained silent.

We deplore the historic involvement of the church in America with racism and the conspicuous responsibility of the evangelical community for perpetuating the personal attitudes and institutional structures that have divided the body of
Christ along color lines.

Further, we have failed to condemn the exploitation of racism at home and abroad by our economic system.

We affirm that God abounds in mercy and that he forgives all who repent and turn from their sins. So we call our fellow evangelical Christians to demonstrate repentance in a Christian discipleship that confronts the social and political injustice of our nation.

We must attack the materialism of our culture and the maldistribution of the nation’s wealth and services.

We recognize that as a nation we play a crucial role in the imbalance and injustice of international trade and development.
Before God and a billion hungry neighbors, we must rethink our values regarding our present standard of living and promote a more just acquisition and distribution of the world’s resources.

We acknowledge our Christian responsibilities of citizenship. Therefore, we must challenge the misplaced trust of the nation in economic and military might—a proud trust that promotes a national pathology of war and violence which victimizes our neighbors at home and abroad.

We must resist the temptation to make the nation and its institutions objects of near-religious loyalty.

We acknowledge that we have encouraged men to prideful domination and women to irresponsible passivity.

So we call both men and women to mutual submission and active discipleship.

We proclaim no new gospel, but the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ who, through the power of the Holy
Spirit, frees people from sin so that they might praise God through works of righteousness.

By this declaration, we endorse no political ideology or party, but call our nation’s leaders and people to that righteousness which exalts a nation.

We make this declaration in the Biblical hope that Christ is coming to consummate the Kingdom and we accept his claim on our total discipleship until he comes.
—Nov. 25, 1973, Chicago

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United States Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. has not to referred judicial misconduct complaints against Judge Brett Kavanaugh to a judicial panel for investigation, The Washington Post reported Saturday.

Judge Kavanaugh currently serves as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.

A fellow judge on the panel, Karen LeCraft Henderson, forwarded more than a dozen misconduct complaints to Roberts after concluding that the reports were substantive enough that they should not be investigated by fellow judges on the same panel.

“The complaints do not pertain to any conduct in which Judge Kavanaugh engaged as a judge,” Henderson said in a statement. “The complaints seek investigations only of the public statements he has made as a nominee to the Supreme Court of the United States.”

“The situation is highly unusual, legal experts and several people familiar with the matter said,” The Post explained. “Never before has a Supreme Court nominee been poised to join the court while a fellow judge recommends that a series of misconduct claims against that nominee warrant review.”

Roberts was appointed by then-President George W. Bush, who revealed in his memoir that Kavanaugh had helped him decide to nominate Roberts to the court.

“If Justice Roberts sits on the complaints then they will reside in a kind of purgatory and will never be adjudicated,” New York University Law School Professor Stephen Gillerse explained. “This is not how the rules anticipated the process would work.”

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The Testimony of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford

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WE BELIEVE YOU, DR. FORD!

— There was something truthful and good about the presence of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford today. Her strength of character anchored her testimony about the attempted rape by Trump’s nominee, Brett Kavanaugh.

It’s about time some goodness has prevailed in the sinister Senate misguided by the tainted hands of zealous Republicans.

Regardless of the outcome of the so called “hearing”, Dr. Ford’s honesty and credibility stood out proudly and resonated loudly, and will provide a lingering lamp of light and hope for those Americans who are tired of the spectacle of circus politics dominated by Big Money and corporate interests.

Thank you Dr. Ford for your inspiration. We believe you. —

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Portrait of an American Patriot: a Profile in Courage

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For yourselves know perfectly well that the day of the Lord so cometh as a thief in the night.

3 For when they shall say,Peace and safety“; then sudden destruction cometh upon them,                                                             as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.

But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief.

Ye are all the children of light, and the children of the Day: we are not of the night, nor of darkness.

Therefore let us not sleep, as do others; but let us watch and be sober.

For they that sleep, sleep in the night; and they that be drunken are drunken in the night.

But let us, who are of the day, be sober, putting on the breastplate of faith and love; and for an helmet, the hope of salvation.

 

The Day of Reckoning and the Coming Bloodbath of the GOP 

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But let us look at the legacy of Ralph Reed and Franklin Graham along with his hysterical anorexic sister, who famously said America should be attacked in a nuclear war because then “Jesus would Come”

Certainly I could have written about the blackmail and threats and extortion by the Southern Evangelicals to the Senate Republicans that stated in no uncertain terms that Brett Kavanaugh was to become the next Supreme Court Justice: or Else.

But such a story is like shooting ducks in a barrel…

Everyone is quite well aware ( or should ), be that the Southern Evangelicals were very early on co-opted by the recidivist, stagnant, deeply reactionary and bedrock racist faux “Christian” Daughters of the Confederacy Antebellum South, who felt the North had ruined their lives of ease and comfort that was built entirely on the enslavement and degradation of the Black Race which they felt was exactly how their deformed vision of God and his Christ they saw as racist just as they were, because slavery was mentioned at length in the Old Testament, and also referred to in the New Testament…

 

Billy Graham Warned Against Mixing Religion and Politics

The evangelical leader said in a 1981 profile that people in his position “can’t be closely identified with any particular party or person.”

While evangelical leader Franklin Graham has been a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump, his father Rev. Billy Graham publicly warned against the prospect of religious figures becoming too attached to a political stance.

Several readers contacted us in January 2018 seeking to confirm a statement attributed to the elder Graham:

I don’t want to see religious bigotry in any form. It would disturb me if there was a wedding between the religious fundamentalists and the political right. The hard right has no interest in religion except to manipulate it.

The statement was also circulated online in meme form:

In this case, the quote is authentic, and taken from the 1 February 1981 cover story in Parademagazine; it was part of Billy Graham’s account of conversations with fellow reverend Jerry Falwell, who helmed the conservative politcal group the Moral Majority. Graham said:

I told him to preach the Gospel. That’s our calling. I want to preserve the purity of the Gospel and the freedom of religion in America. I don’t want to see religious bigotry in any form. Liberals organized in the ’60s, and conservatives certainly have a right to organize in the ’80s, but it would disturb me if there was a wedding between the religious fundamentalists and the political right. The hard right has no interest in religion except to manipulate it.

The statement was featured early on in the story and was also highlighted below a picture of Falwell and then-President Ronald Reagan:

 

In the story, Graham admitted that he no longer thought of Communists as being “disciples of Lucifer,” contrary to his own rhetoric from earlier in his career.

He also cast himself as having no part of Falwell’s organization, which became a key conservative constituency before dissolving in 1989. He said:

It would be unfortunate if people got the impression all evangelists belong to that group. The majority do not. I don’t wish to be identified with them. I’m for morality.

But morality goes beyond sex to human freedom and social justice. We as clergy know so very little to speak out with such authority on the Panama Canal or superiority of armaments. Evangelists can’t be closely identified with any particular party or person. We have to stand in the middle to preach to all people, right and left.

I haven’t been faithful to my own advice in the past. I will be in the future.

While the elder Graham has had relationships with several U.S. presidents spanning decades, he told Christianity Today in 2011 that, given the chance to do anything differently in his life, “I also would have steered clear of politics.”

His son, on the other hand, has positioned himself as a Trump supporter since 2011, when he contributed to the debunked “birther” conspiracy theory of Donald Trump that former President Barack Obama was not born in the United States. In October 2016, the younger Graham published a social media post (misattributed to his father) urging evangelical voters to vote for Trump.

More recently, Franklin Graham has refused to criticize the newly elected and openly racist president for reportedly calling African countries “shitholes”, or held him to account for alleged extramarital affairs — drawing criticism from Graham’s own niece — and claimed that the U.S. was “in a coup d’etat” perpetrated by political enemies of Trump who were using the media against him.

The Racial demons that help explain evangelical support for Trump

White evangelical Protestants continue to approve of President Donald Trump at about twice the rate of the general public, according to a recent survey by the Public Religion Research Institute. Indeed, the figure is at an all-time high, with some 75 percent expressing a positive view as of March.

Debating the question of why white evangelicals hold so fast for Trump has become a pastime for commentators, given that the president’s values and behavior would appear to be anathema to conservative Christians.

Among political evangelicals, at one ideological pole stand those who purport to see a seamless connection between their agenda and that of the current chief executive. “I think evangelicals have found their dream president,” Jerry Falwell Jr. gushed last May. An oft-heard variation on this view is that Trump may be a sinner, but he’s one chosen by God for a providential mission.

But then there are the prominent hand-wringers. Veteran evangelical writers like Michael Gerson, David French, and Stephen Mansfield have been wrestling with the damage this strategic partnership may be doing to a once-great religious tradition.

It is an abandonment of the evangelical path, these writers argue — to varying degrees and with different emphases — for believers who claim to care about the poor, the suffering, and the outcast, not to mention sexual morality and civic virtue, to line up behind a belligerent boor who bullies women, Mexicans, and Muslims and who has a manifestly feeble understanding of religious texts and history. It’s not that evangelicals are personally prejudiced, these writers claim; nonetheless, they find it disturbing that such voters would overlook Trump’s racism and misogyny for short-term political gains.

But these sympathetic critics fail to grapple with the idea that Trump’s racism and misogyny might actually resonate with the evangelical base, which happens to constitute about 35 percent of the GOP coalition. In fact, racism and intolerance are more woven into the fabric of evangelicalism than these Christian critics care to accept.

The Cult of Denial and Trump’s Base

Evangelicals’ tenacious affection for Donald Trump is not a bug driven by expediency. Instead, it reflects defining features of American evangelicalism that become clearer when we examine the historical record. Doing so reveals that when white conservative evangelicals feel threatened by cultural change, the old demons of racism and misogyny, which lurk at the heart of the American evangelical tradition, return with a vengeance. Trump is just another chapter in that story.

The contorted explanations for the evangelical support of Trump

One version of a familiar defense of evangelicals goes like this: Evangelicals held their nose and voted for Trump despite his obvious flaws because they needed the deal he offered. They felt besieged by a swift-moving culture that, under President Obama, insulted their faith and threatened to rob them of their religious liberties, forcing them to do things like bake cakes for gay couples and create gender-neutral bathrooms in public places.

In a fearful rage, evangelicals rebranded Trump for strategic purposes, seeing him as a champion in a nostalgic fight for a bygone America and as a tool to achieve tactical wins, in particular the appointment of an anti-abortion Supreme Court justice.

In this take, evangelical Trump support is purely transactional, not necessarily an endorsement of his values. Although they “vastly overdid it,” says Stephen Mansfield, the author of Choosing Donald Trump: God, Anger, Hope, and Why Christian Conservatives Supported Him,they moved toward Trump “mainly because they felt traumatized in the wake of the Obama years and terrified by the possibility of a Hillary Clinton presidency.” Trump did activate the (white, rural) “Bubba vote,” Mansfield observes, and evangelicals’ tolerance of his racism is “all very questionable.”

But Mansfield draws a distinction he thinks is important: “I would be careful not to accuse white evangelicals of supporting Trump’s racism, but it’s very clear that they tolerated it and they voted for him anyway.” In a triumph of wishful thinking over data, he adds: “I don’t think their support was ever very deep, and it seems to be weakening quickly.”

National Review columnist David French also embraces the narrative that evangelicals were “gang-tackled” by political correctness under Obama and Clinton would have continued that project. In 2016, “given the choice between a morally corrupt enemy [Clinton] and a morally corrupt ally (or at least someone who promised to be their ally), [evangelicals] chose the ally.” (Elsewhere, however, he notes that Clinton has attracted the ire of the religious right for four decades in part because of her “arrogant, condescending feminism.”)

Nonetheless, French warns, evangelicals should avoid embracing the panoply of distasteful values and behaviors that Trump displays, and he thinks they’ve have failed at that since the election: They’ve leaped to join Trump’s “tribe.” “The true tragedy of Evangelical support for Trump is that a group of Americans who have a higher call on their lives — and faith in a far greater power than any president — now behave (with notable exceptions) exactly like simply another American interest group,” he writes.

(Interestingly, French’s wife, fellow conservative writer Nancy French, emerged from the election with a much less ambivalent view, convinced that evangelicals’ posture of supporting “family values” and respect for women has “all been a façade.” The Republican Party, she says, referring to Trump, “now shelters an abuser.” The Roy Moore debacle only underscored that, she later wrote.)

Defiling the evangelical legacy?

Michael Gerson lays out a particularly condemnatory, yet nuanced, version of the Christian anti-Trump lament in a lengthy, elegant essay in the April issue of the Atlantic. He frames Trump loyalty as “the last temptation” that could forfeit evangelicalism’s future and despoil a long legacy of positive contributions to American culture.

Cheerleading by second-generation Christian right figures like Falwell Jr. and Franklin Graham, Gerson writes, is “not mere gullibility; it is utter corruption.” Allowing hatred of their political enemies to “blind” them to Trump’s attacks on people of color and women is a tragic mistake, he suggests.

Gerson offers a 150-year summary of evangelicals’ positive work in the public sphere to make the case that, despite some missteps along the way, white evangelicals have mostly been on the right side of moral and social issues, historically. But his history is strikingly lopsided, reflecting a characteristic amnesia among evangelicalism’s boosters.

First, his narrative largely concentrates on events in the North and Midwest, with a special focus on his alma mater, Wheaton College in Illinois, a hub of Christian abolitionism. He then grazes on examples of evangelical social engagement, from the Social Gospel movement, which began in the 19th century and continued into the 20th (during which evangelicals built institutions to support new immigrants and the poor), through the ascent of scientific modernism and evangelicalism’s Great Reversal (a period of political retreat), and finally to the rise of the religious right in the wake of the sexual revolution.

It was only in the late 20th century, Gerson suggests, that evangelicals became reactive and adversarial, and embraced a narrow political agenda focused on resisting the sexual revolution and safeguarding their own rights. A narrowly conservative set of political commitments, Gerson writes, gave them the short-term advantage of becoming kingmakers for the Republican Party rather than prophets for a righteous, more expansive social cause.

Evangelical history is inseparable from America’s tortured racial history

In concentrating his story in the North and Midwest (and by neglecting to mention Native Americans and other groups whites framed as racial “others,” even in those regions), Gerson effectively ignores Southern evangelical political history — no small oversight when attempting to explain support for a racist presidential candidate. He also ignores the diaspora of Southern evangelicals who became a key political apparatus for the religious right in the West.

This selectivity enables him to elide what historians of race and religion, including Paul Harvey and Mark Noll, recognize as the “theological racism” tradition in evangelicalism.

First, evangelical racial history, whether we’re talking about its liberal or conservative branches, is also incomplete without recognition of colonists’ encounters with indigenous nations. The idea that the indigenous people Europeans met upon their arrival were uncivilized “heathens” was anchored in a white Christian worldview, one was employed to justify various forms of missionary conquest.

Only a tiny minority of Christians challenged the many brutal anti–American Indian policies that went hand in hand with the settlement of North America. This racialized history of settler conquest — and the use of theology to justify brutal acts — is ignored by Americans generally, but it represents a distinct blind spot in conservative evangelicals’ tales of their legacy.

On the question of chattel slavery, evangelicals do not just appear as the abolitionists Gerson cites approvingly. The institution had millions of champions among conservative Christians who drew on Scripture and Curse of Ham theology to defend white supremacy and black subordination. Gerson fails to mention that every major evangelical denomination split along regional lines based on divisions over the slavery question. In fact, the vast bulk of Southern white evangelicals defended slavery, clung to the Lost Cause, fought Reconstruction, and designed and defended Jim Crow.

As the Kentucky General Baptist Association put it in 1860:

Among the white race in the Southern States there is no difference of opinion upon this subject: all are united in the opinion in reference to the political, intellectual, and social inequality between the colored people and the white races. And the people of our Commonwealth generally feel that the present condition of the colored race in this country accords both with the Word and the providence of God.

The Southern Baptist Convention was in fact created in defense of slavery, and in 1947, most Southern state conventions of the SBC refused to support a moderately worded “charter of race relations” that supported desegregation efforts.

The SBC was moved to apologize for racial sins in 1995, but clearly that doesn’t end the story.

Gerson laments, “After shamefully sitting out (or even opposing) the civil rights movement, white evangelicals became activated on a limited range of issues.” But it distorts the historical record to reduce white evangelicals’ opposition to civil rights to a parenthetical. It is even more misleading to write: “Fighting racism galvanized the religious conscience of 19th-century evangelicals.”

Indeed, most politically conservative white evangelicals actively fought every racial inclusion effort from abolitionism to affirmative action. As perhaps the Christian Coalition’s most savvy strategist, former executive director Ralph Reed, put it in 1996, evangelicals:

were among the most fiery champions of slavery and later segregation — all the while invoking God’s name and quoting the Bible to justify their misdeeds. Why are white evangelicals accorded so little respect in the public square today? Certainly part of the answer lies in our past.

In fact, it is arguably not the battle to defend Christian schools in the 1970s that launched the modern Christian right — the narrative that evangelicals themselves, including Gerson, embrace — but resistance by Jerry Falwell Sr., Bob Jones, and others to desegregating those schools in the 1960s.

Falwell’s Thomas Road Baptist Church in Lynchburg, Virginia, did not welcome its first black family until 1970. Falwell also hosted the virulently racist presidential aspirant George Wallace on guest pulpits in the South and Midwest in the early 1960s.

Ignoring the Southern evangelical tradition also means ignoring the way that movement shaped the broader development of conservatism in America.

Southern evangelicals then moved West, reshaping that region’s politics too

Jerry Falwell Sr. offered a platform to arch-segregationist George Wallace, shown here blocking a door at the University of Alabama.

Jerry Falwell Sr. offered a platform to arch-segregationist George Wallace, shown here blocking a door at the University of Alabama.

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Historian Darren Dochuk traces how, in search of economic opportunity, Southern evangelicals left the South and a network of conservative pastors, churches, and organization, with a distinct Southern flair, spread out across the Midwest and the Sunbelt. One group, called the Baptist Bible Fellowship, provided the bulk of George Wallace’s campaign support from the Midwest.

In California, these transplanted Southerners organized support for Nixon and, in turn, became leaders of the evangelical wing of the Reagan revolution. Among the former Southerners who served the cause were Christian right architects Tim LaHaye (of Left Behind series fame), Bill Bright, founder of Campus Crusade for Christ, James Dobson, founder of Focus on the Family, and the strategist Richard Viguerie.

From there, evangelical mobilization supported, endorsed, or tolerated the racial dog-whistle politics of California’s Proposition 13, which cut taxes for public services associated with racial minorities, Reagan’s attacks on “welfare queens,” and George H.W. Bush’s famous Willie Horton ad.

From this more accurate perspective, evangelical support for Alabamans George Wallace and, last year, Roy Moore, are bookends of a consistent narrative. With race brought back into view, Moore and Trump are not anomalies. While the nationalist white racial politics of Wallace and Trump may not be explicitly faith-based, in all its forms, it has certainly had no shortage of champions among the white evangelical faithful.

Gerson attributes evangelicals’ failures on race matters today to their “relative ethnic and racial insularity” — as if that is accidental. But a real possibility is that more than 85 percent of evangelical congregations remain racially homogeneous (that is, more than 90 are of a single racial group) because whites have refused to address the ongoing racial attachments in their theology and politics.

As the smartest evangelical critics of Trump recognize, younger generations of evangelicals are quickly distancing themselves from the blight of racism, misogyny, and homophobia in their tradition. Non-evangelical millennials recoil from these attributes.

And the liberal wing of Protestantism seems finally to be rising as a clear alternative, making concerted efforts to take stands against police violence, the scapegoating of immigrants, transgender rights, and protests against the racist right.

If American conservative evangelicals hope to avoid retreat to another period of insularity and irrelevance, they must face the possibility that Trump’s evangelical loyalists aren’t just turning a blind eye to his racial and gender politics. On the contrary: Many may well share those politics.

Nancy Wadsworth is the author of Ambivalent Miracles: Evangelicals and the Politics of Racial Healing and co-editor, with Robin D. Jacobson, of Faith and Race in American Political Life. She is an associate professor of political science at the University of Denver.

The Prophetic Context of the Trumpist Policy: National Racism at the Level of an Institutionalized Agenda: a Review of White Supremacy; and a Vision of What Will Now Come to Pass

The Thief in the Night:

How the Day of Reckoning Arrived Unseen and Unknown

Exodus 1:7-16 King James Version (KJV)

And the children of Israel were fruitful, and increased abundantly, and multiplied, and waxed exceeding mighty; and the land was filled with them.

Now there arose up a new king over Egypt, which knew not Joseph.

And he said unto his people, Behold, the people of the children of Israel are more and mightier than we:

10 Come on, let us deal wisely with them; lest they multiply, and it come to pass, that, when there falleth out any war, they join also unto our enemies, and fight against us, and so get them up out of the land.

11 Therefore they did set over them taskmasters to afflict them with their burdens. And they built for Pharaoh treasure cities, Pithom and Raamses.

12 But the more they afflicted them, the more they multiplied and grew. And they were grieved because of the children of Israel.

13 And the Egyptians made the children of Israel to serve with rigour:

14 And they made their lives bitter with hard bondage, in morter, and in brick, and in all manner of service in the field: all their service, wherein they made them serve, was with rigour.

15 And the king of Egypt spake to the Hebrew midwives, of which the name of the one was Shiphrah, and the name of the other Puah:

16 And he said, When ye do the office of a midwife to the Hebrew women, and see them upon the stools; if it be a son, then ye shall kill him: but if it be a daughter, then she shall live.

 

THE MYTH OF WHITE PERSECUTION AND THE ATTACK UPON CHRISTIANITY

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Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham’s monologue some weeks back about immigrants destroying America was so racist it got the full blown endorsement of David Duke, the former leader of the Ku Klux Klan.

During the opening to her primetime showThe Ingraham Angle, Ingraham complained that “the America we know and love doesn’t exist anymore. Massive demographic changes have been foisteupon the American people,” she said, in the form of documented and undocumented immigrants.

 

During the opening to her primetime show The Ingraham Angle, Ingraham complained that “the America we know and love doesn’t exist anymore. Massive demographic changes have been foisteupon the American people,” she said, in the form of documented and undocumented immigrants.

Ingraham and Carlson’s monologues borrowed the rhetoric of what white nationalists falsely call “white genocide,” an innuendo that refers to racist fears about people of color coming to outnumber white people in the United States.

A large segment of white nationalists also hitch their fears to the claim that the left and/or Jewish people are encouraging immigration to dilute the white race.
White supremacists talk a lot about the inherent threat posed by immigrants and refugees, particularly those of color,” she previously told The Daily Beast. “This is obviously a shout-out to the sense that white supremacists have of being under siege.

It’s a shout-out to the concept of white genocide, which is a popular trope among white supremacists and it’s something they use as a recruiting tool: a sense of fear of the other.”

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As one German social Darwinist and eugenicist expressed it,

‘It was Weismann’s teaching regarding the separation of the germ plasm from the soma, the hereditary stuff from the body of the individual, that first allowed us to recognize the importance of Darwin’s principle of selection. Only then did we comprehend that it is impossible to improve our progeny’s condition by means of physical and mental training. Apart from the direct manipulation of the nucleus, only selection can preserve and improve the race.’

Indeed, for those who accepted Weismann’s views with respect to both heredity and the ‘all-supremacy’ of selection, eugenics was the only practical strategy to ensure racial progress and avert racial decline.
If the ideas of Haeckel and Weismann encouraged many contemporaries to view natural selection as the sole agent of all organic and social progress, the writings of the two biologists also emphasized that progress was not inevitable.
Under certain conditions the ‘unfit‘ might prosper, thereby posing a challenge to further evolutionary development.
This ‘selectionist’ perspective and language provided Germany’s future eugenicists with novel tools of analysis that enabled them to come to grips with the ‘social question’ by transforming it into a scientific problem: the asocial individuals created by industrialization became for them the biologically and medically unfit.
The only way to eliminate this group from the population was through a policy of “
‘rational selection,’ or race hygiene.
The significance of the three contexts is nowhere more clearly visible than in the intellectual backgrounds and early writings of Alfred Ploetz and Wilhelm Schallmayer.
Working largely independently of one another during the early of the movement (1890-1903), both men laid the foundations for the future course of race hygiene in their country.

Ploetz’s organizational talents and charismatic personality allowed him to create the institutional basis for the young movement almost single-handedly.

Alfred Ploetz

Alfred Ploetz (August 22, 1860 – March 20, 1940) was a German physician, biologist, eugenicist known for coining the term ‘Rassenhygiene’ (racial hygiene), and promoting the concept in Germany. ‘Rassenhygiene’ is a form of eugenics. Ploetz first proposed the theory of racial hygiene (race-based eugenics) in his “Racial Hygiene Basics” (Grundlinien einer Rassenhygiene) in 1895. In 1904 Ploetz founded the periodical “Archiv für Rassen-und Gesellschaftsbiologie” with Fritz Lenz as chief editor, and in 1905 the German Society for Racial Hygiene (De Berliner Gesellschaft fur Rassenhygiene) with 31 members. page In 1907 the society became the “International Society for Racial Hygiene”. In 1930 he became an honorary doctor of the University of Munich. Ploetz was a supporter of the National Socialist Party, which took power in 1933. Ploetz wrote in April 1933 that he believed Adolf Hitler would bring racial hygiene from its previous marginality into the mainstream. In 1933 Reich Interior Minister Wilhelm Frick established an “expert advisory committee for population and racial policy,” which included Ploetz, Fritz Lenz, Ernst Rüdin and Hans F.K. Günther. This expert advisory committee had the task of advising the Reich Government on the implementation and enforcement of legislation regarding racial and eugenic issues. In 1936, Hitler appointed Ploetz to a professorship. In 1937 Ploetz joined the National Socialist Party. Along with many other eugenicists in Europe and America, Ploetz believed in the superiority of the Nordic race, and he favored the global dominance of the Aryan race. His writings were a major influence on Völkisch ideology.

 

The 13th sign of the Zodiac--Ophiucus. He's located by Scorpio, in the area known as the DARK RIFT.

The 13th sign of the Zodiac–Ophiuchus. He’s located by Scorpio, in the area known as the DARK RIFT

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“While the exaggerator-in-chief is well known for his habitual lying, the most common psychological diagnosis he’s been given by experts in the field is narcissistic personality disorder.

While any diagnosis should require a full mental examination before accepted as clinical truth, the mountains of behavioral evidence for Trump’s narcissism arguably provides more justification for the label than any standard clinical test. At this point, the claim can hardly be debated, and even staunch supporters would admit that Trump thinks he’s the greatest thing since sliced bread. It takes a special kind of narcissist to shamelessly compare their book to The Bible in front an audience full of conservatives. His narcissism knows few limits, and it’s hard to imagine even the man himself denying such an obvious fact,,”

 

A National Policy of Institutionalized Racism:

First Written of in Sacred Literature, Began in Ancient Egypt, paralleled in Caste Structure of India

Many medically trained race hygienists argued that the surest way to improve the general level of national health was to upgrade the bodily constitution of all individuals in society – a task to be accomplished by means of an energetic eugenics program.

In addition to the ‘social question’, and the German medical tradition, there was a third influence that greatly shaped the early development of the movement: the “selectionist” variety of social Darwinism, popularized by Germany’s most outspoken biologist, Ernst Haeckel (1834-1919), and later legitimated by the scientific writings of the Freiburg embryologist August Weismann (1834-1914).

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Ernst Haeckel

Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haeckel (16 February 1834 – 9 August 1919) was a German biologist, naturalist, philosopher, physician, professor, marine biologist, and artist who discovered, described and named thousands of new species, mapped a genealogical tree relating all life forms, and coined many terms in biology, including anthropogeny, ecology, phylum, phylogeny, stem cell, and Protista. Haeckel promoted and popularised Charles Darwin’s work in Germany, and developed the influential recapitulation theory (“ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny”) claiming that an individual organism’s biological development, or ontogeny, parallels and summarises its species’ evolutionary development, or phylogeny. The published artwork of Haeckel includes over 100 detailed, multi-colour illustrations of animals and sea creatures (‘Kunstformen der Natur’). As a philosopher, Ernst Haeckel wrote ‘Die Welträtsel’ (1895–1899), the genesis for the term “world riddle” (Welträtsel). Haeckel’s political beliefs were influenced by his affinity for the German Romantic movement, coupled with his acceptance of a form of Lamarckism. Rather than being a strict Darwinian, Haeckel believed that the characteristics of an organism were acquired through interactions with the environment and that ontogeny reflected phylogeny. He believed the social sciences to be instances of “applied biology”, and that phrase was picked up and used in Volkisch philosophy. In 1905, Haeckel founded a group called the Deutscher Monistenbund to promote his religious and political beliefs. This group lasted until 1933 and included such notable members as Wilhelm Ostwald, Georg von Arco, Helene Stöcker and Walter Arthur Berendsohn. Haeckel believed that human races evolved independently, and in parallel with each other. Haeckel divided human beings into ten races, of which the Caucasian (Aryan) was the highest and the primitives were doomed to extinction.

August Weismann
August Friedrich Leopold Weismann (17 January 1834 – 5 November 1914) was a German evolutionary biologist. Ernst Mayr ranked him the second most notable evolutionary theorist of the 19th century, after Charles Darwin. Weismann became the Director of the Zoological Institute and the first Professor of Zoology at Freiburg. His main contribution was the germ plasm theory, at one time also known as ‘Weismannism’, according to which (in a multicellular organism) inheritance only takes place by means of the germ cells – the gametes such as egg cells and sperm cells. Other cells of the body – somatic cells – do not function as agents of heredity.
Haeckel went far beyond Darwin in his attempt to flesh out the larger philosophical and social meaning of the evolutionary theory.
Although, like Darwin, he believed in the inheritance of acquired characteristics, Haeckel always stressed Darwin’s selection principle as the most important engine of forward directed organic change; indeed, for Haeckel, Darwinism was synonymous with selection.
Weismann, who came to reject the possibility of the inheritance of acquired characteristics through his work on heredity, afforded Darwin’s principle of natural selection an even greater role in organic and social evolution than did the author of the ‘Origin of Species’ himself.
His famous mechanism of heredity, ‘the continuity of the germ plasm‘, first articulated in 1883, challenged the basic tenets of the more optimistic first-generation social Darwinists who assumed that new characteristics acquired by an organism as a result of environmental change would be transmitted to future generations.
As one German social Darwinist and eugenicist expressed it,

It was Weismann’s teaching regarding the separation of the germ plasm from the soma, the hereditary stuff from the body of the individual, that first allowed us to recognize the importance of Darwin’s principle of selection. Only then did we comprehend that it is impossible to improve our progeny’s condition by means of physical and mental training. Apart from the direct manipulation of the nucleus, only selection can preserve and improve the race.

Indeed, for those who accepted Weismann’s views with respect to both heredity and the ‘all-supremacy’ of selection, eugenics was the only practical strategy to ensure racial progress and avert racial decline.
If the ideas of Haeckel and Weismann encouraged many contemporaries to view natural selection as the sole agent of all organic and social progress, the writings of the two biologists also emphasized that progress was not inevitable.
Under certain conditions the ‘unfit‘ might prosper, thereby posing a challenge to further evolutionary development.
This ‘selectionist’ perspective and language provided Germany’s future eugenicists with novel tools of analysis that enabled them to come to grips with the ‘social question’ by transforming it into a scientific problem: the asocialindividuals created by industrialization became for them the biologically and medically unfit.
The only way to eliminate this group from the population was through a policy of “
‘rational selection,’ or race hygiene.

 

The Untouchables and The Land of Goshen.

 

 

 

“….When a narcissist’s self-esteem or self-worth is badly injured, their whole identity begins to fall apart, and they often respond with what is referred to asnarcissistic rage.”

When this happens, the lashing out, bullying, threats, and erratic behaviors rise to new levels. Rather than accepting the blame one deserves for their own actions, narcissists tell themselves that others are responsible, and that they deserve to be punished. They often become obsessed with revenge, which comes in many forms, such as verbal or even physical abuse.

Modern technology like social media provides the narcissist with the perfect medium for attacking perceived enemies, and Donald Trump has certainly taken advantage of it.

But his threats have gone beyond personal enemies. When the possibility of impeachment became a reality for the president, his instinct was to tell the world on national television that if such a thing were to happen, it would cause the economy to crash.

“I think everybody would be poor,” he told Fox News last Wednesday, trying to strike fear into the hearts of all Americans.

David Duke and White Genocide

 

It should be no surprise that Ingraham’s rhetoric a few weeks back in her “Rant and Rave Show”got the endorsement of an open white supremacist ( Namely, David Duke…. )

Ingraham’s fellow Fox News host Tucker Carlson also echoed white nationalist rhetoric when he said immigrants were leading to “the collapse of the American family” in June.

…………….……………………Our New Paradigm of the Slow Creeping Cancer of Racism …. as National Policy…………………….

Our Real President….

THE MYTH OF WHITE PERSECUTION AND THE ATTACK UPON CHRISTIANITY

Ingraham and Carlson’s monologues borrowed the rhetoric of what white nationalists falsely call “white genocide,” an innuendo that refers to racist fears about people of color coming to outnumber white people in the United States.

A large segment of white nationalists also hitch their fears to the claim that the left and/or Jewish people are encouraging immigration to dilute the white race.
White supremacists talk a lot about the inherent threat posed by immigrants and refugees, particularly those of color,” she previously told The Daily Beast. “This is obviously a shout-out to the sense that white supremacists have of being under siege.

It’s a shout-out to the concept of white genocide, which is a popular trope among white supremacists and it’s something they use as a recruiting tool: a sense of fear of the other.”

 

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From the New York Times and “Rocket Man, Nuclear Madness and the Mind of Donald Trump…” by John Gartner

A Voice in the Wilderness ???

“…As we’ve learned from history, a person can be an authoritarian and also a sociopath.   

They actually help each other. Nobody with a conscience could really be a good dictator.

Trump’s spokesman Rudy Giuliani has been doing the media rounds, making threatening remarks about James Comey and  Robert Mueller. This is banana-republic dictator behavior. There is also the memo where Trump’s attorneys argued that he could pardon himself and is a de facto king who is above the law. Given his personality, how does this impact Donald Trump emotionally and cognitively? Is he excited? Titillated?

I think he does feel that way. Giuliani really is his alter ego. This is what he wanted in his spokesman and lawyer. Someone who would just make up vicious lies and just keep slashing and burning and hurling mud and threats, devaluations and false accusations and conspiracies to muddy the waters, to make Trump look like the victim. You’re right, this is not a metaphor. This is organized crime stuff. It is the same psychology where there are all kinds of open extortionist threats

In a move that risks exposing them to even more vicious rants of “fake news” in unhinged presidential tweets, The New York Times today published an anonymous Op-Ed essay from a senior official in the Trump administration who openly admits that he and other ‘like-minded colleagues….have vowed to thwart parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations.

The newspaper prefaced the essay with a statement explaining the departure from their usual policy of requiring that the identities all Op-Ed authors to be verified and disclosed.

“The Times today is taking the rare step of publishing an anonymous Op-Ed essay. We have done so at the request of the author, a senior official in the Trump administration whose identity is known to us and whose job would be jeopardized by its disclosure. We believe publishing this essay anonymously is the only way to deliver an important perspective to our readers,” the paper’s editorial board explained.

The content of the Op-Ed quickly demonstrates why the author requested anonymity and why the White House today must be a hive of whispers and intrigue as the staff tries to determine who is behind the damning content.

 

The author begins his essay with a confirmation of one of the worst take-aways from the portrait of the Trump White House as portrayed in noted journalist Bob Woodward’s new book.

“President Trump is facing a test to his presidency unlike any faced by a modern American leader.”

“It’s not just that the special counsel looms large. Or that the country is bitterly divided over Mr. Trump’s leadership. Or even that his party might well lose the House to an opposition hellbent on his downfall.”

“The dilemma — which he does not fully grasp — is that many of the senior officials in his own administration are working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations.”

“I would know. I am one of them.”

An admission like that means that the author is risking not only their job, but potentially their liberty as the notoriously litigious Trump is sure to scream treason in a belligerent tweet as soon as he reads it.

The anonymous source takes pains to differentiate their stance from the typical public notion of the “resistance.”

“To be clear, ours is not the popular “resistance” of the left. We want the administration to succeed and think that many of its policies have already made America safer and more prosperous.”

“But we believe our first duty is to this country, and the president continues to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic.”

“That is why many Trump appointees have vowed to do what we can to preserve our democratic institutions while thwarting Mr. Trump’s more misguided impulses until he is out of office.”

The Bible and the Mein Kampf in the Red Box

CHAUNCEY DEVEGA to

John Gartner the Author….

‘…Trump’s behavior is either based on a faulty premise or some kind of paranoid conspiracy theory or a denial of reality. On that basis, Dr. Reiss argues that if Trump were a policeman, he would take away his gun. In the book, other contributors such as Dr. Steven Buser and former Gen. William Enyart argue that Trump would not be able to qualify for a security clearance to be a nuclear missile launch officer…”

Dr. Buser argued in a New York Times op-ed that Trump’s behavior and character suggest that he is not stable. Trump is not trustworthy; he’s not of the highest character.

He’s not of the highest honesty. Therefore, Trump would fail to gain the clearance that allows an airman to handle nuclear weapons. He would be disqualified.

Yet this person who is not qualified to even load the bombs onto the planes is the commander in chief and has the unilateral authority for any reason at any time to launch nuclear weapons.

Trump also has a blatant disregard for expert knowledge, which signals to a broader problem with American culture at present and especially to how American conservatives embrace anti-intellectualism. Trump bragged that he would not need to prepare for his meeting with Kim because he works on instinct.

Is Trump even capable of processing the seriousness of his meeting with North Korea’s leader?

No. Trump’s grandiosity is such that he actually believes he is an expert on everything. Based on his speeches and interviews, Trump is apparently the world authority on 25 different issues. This also speaks to a bigger problem, which is the death of expertise. For authoritarians and malignant narcissists like Trump an independent source of authority, whether it’s the press, the bureaucracy or the experts, are threats to his authority. Trump leaves positions at the State Department unfilled because he doesn’t want experts telling him what to do. He knows that he knows more than everybody else. What’s really frightening is that he actually believes that he has this kind of papal infallibility.

How would you explain to Republican leaders and other right-wing elites the seriousness of Trump’s mental and personality issues and the danger he poses to America and the world? 

I truly believe that the elected Republican politicians are completely lost souls. They are like the characters in a zombie movie who keep their father in the basement because they don’t really understand that he is a zombie. He’s not coming back. I really, truly think it’s that bad.

There a few Republicans who are trying to sound the alarm about Trump, but the Republican Party as a whole is like organized crime at this point, and Trump is the boss. There’s absolutely no other conclusion you could draw.

Now today from the White House an Insider breaks Ranks….

“…The author in the Times then explains the source of the problem these rebellious White House insiders see with the president.

“The root of the problem is the president’s amorality. Anyone who works with him knows he is not moored to any discernible first principles that guide his decision making.”

“Although he was elected as a Republican, the president shows little affinity for ideals long espoused by conservatives: free minds, free markets and free people. At best, he has invoked these ideals in scripted settings. At worst, he has attacked them outright.”

“In addition to his mass-marketing of the notion that the press is the “enemy of the people,” President Trump’s impulses are generally anti-trade and anti-democratic.”

To make it clear that they are not left wing idealogues opposed to the Republican agenda, the author cites their support for deregulation, the repugnant tax breaks for billionaires, and out of control military spending.

However, they cite these “successes” as having been accomplished despite the president’s “impetuous, adversarial, petty and ineffective” leadership style.

“From the White House to executive branch departments and agencies, senior officials will privately admit their daily disbelief at the commander in chief’s comments and actions. Most are working to insulate their operations from his whims.”

“Meetings with him veer off topic and off the rails, he engages in repetitive rants, and his impulsiveness results in half-baked, ill-informed and occasionally reckless decisions that have to be walked back.”

“’There is literally no telling whether he might change his mind from one minute to the next,’ a top official complained to me recently, exasperated by an Oval Office meeting at which the president flip-flopped on a major policy decision he’d made only a week earlier.”

They then go on to try to reassure the American public that they and their like-minded colleagues are the last bulwark of hope preventing the administration and the country as a whole from descending into chaos, in a somewhat self-serving assessment.

“The erratic behavior would be more concerning if it weren’t for unsung heroes in and around the White House. Some of his aides have been cast as villains by the media. But in private, they have gone to great lengths to keep bad decisions contained to the West Wing, though they are clearly not always successful.”

“It may be cold comfort in this chaotic era, but Americans should know that there are adults in the room. We fully recognize what is happening. And we are trying to do what’s right even when Donald Trump won’t.”

They then continue to describe a “two-track presidency” where Trump is advocating practices and policies that would feel right at home in an autocratically-controlled society, while what the right-wing refers to as the “deep state” — rebranded the “steady state” by the author — ignores his rants and maintains a modicum of normalcy.

 

The most shocking revelation contained in the Op-Ed is the admission that even at the beginning of the administration “there were early whispers within the cabinet of invoking the 25th Amendment” to remove the president due to his inability to discharge the powers and duties of the office. Unfortunately, they decided to avoid precipitating a constitutional crisis and simply vowed to do what they could to contain the president’s worst impulses.

The Op-Ed concludes with a lament on the current state of the body politic and a call to the American people to transcend politics to come together.

“The bigger concern is not what Mr. Trump has done to the presidency but rather what we as a nation have allowed him to do to us. We have sunk low with him and allowed our discourse to be stripped of civility.”

“Senator John McCain put it best in his farewell letter. All Americans should heed his words and break free of the tribalism trap, with the high aim of uniting through our shared values and love of this great nation.”

“We may no longer have Senator McCain. But we will always have his example — a lodestar for restoring honor to public life and our national dialogue. Mr. Trump may fear such honorable men, but we should revere them.”

“There is a quiet resistance within the administration of people choosing to put country first. But the real difference will be made by everyday citizens rising above politics, reaching across the aisle and resolving to shed the labels in favor of a single one: Americans.”

After a day of labeling all the tales of internal strife in the Oval Office contained in Bob Woodward’s book as lies promulgated by Democratic shills, the White House is sure to label this latest desperate plea from rogue administration officials as “fake news,” and his gullible supporters will continue to place their faith in the false and dangerous quasi-deity that they have transformed him into in their minds.

“….Let’s hope that, whatever their motives, some adults remain in control in the administration,

even after the inevitable purge occurs in the coming days….

Psychologist John Gartner on Trump’s behavior:

“It’s a coup that’s not moving slowly anymore

Former Johns Hopkins professor argues Trump is getting worse, may be “on the boundary of psychosis and reality”

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I do find myself feeling like, “Dear God, why can these people not see it? And what can we do to open their eyes?” It is like a 1950s or 1960s horror movie where nobody would believe that there was actually a monster that’s about to destroy the town and there are these Cassandra-like figures trying to warn people. But the townspeople remain in denial and they are doomed.

Trump’s political movement meets the criteria for a political cult. You are a psychologist. Is it possible to reach someone who is stuck in Trump’s cult? Why does he have such influence over these people?

It does meet the criteria. You’ve got the charismatic leader, and his followers subsume their identity into his group, which makes them feel larger and more powerful. Once you have that kind of blind belief and loyalty, the leader, as Donald Trump has said, could really shoot someone on Fifth Avenue and nothing would happen. The cognitive dissonance is such that the cult members will rationalize anything. For example, something like 50 percent of Republicans say that if Trump wanted to cancel the 2020 election, that would be fine with them.

Faux News and the White Nationalist Movement of Bannon, Steve Miller, and Don the Con…

Bobby Azarian, Raw Story

 – COMMENTARY
27 AUG 2018 AT 13:34 ET    

“While the exaggerator-in-chief is well known for his habitual lying, the most common psychological diagnosis he’s been given by experts in the field is narcissistic personality disorder.

While any diagnosis should require a full mental examination before accepted as clinical truth, the mountains of behavioral evidence for Trump’s narcissism arguably provides more justification for the label than any standard clinical test. At this point, the claim can hardly be debated, and even staunch supporters would admit that Trump thinks he’s the greatest thing since sliced bread. It takes a special kind of narcissist to shamelessly compare their book to The Bible in front an audience full of conservatives. His narcissism knows few limits, and it’s hard to imagine even the man himself denying such an obvious fact,,”

Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham’s monologue some weeks back about immigrants destroying America was so racist it got the endorsement of David Duke, the former leader of the Ku Klux Klan.

During the opening to her primetime show The Ingraham Angle, Ingraham complained that the America we know and love doesn’t exist anymore. Massive demographic changes have been foisted upon the American people, she said, in the form of documented and undocumented immigrants.

“….When a narcissist’s self-esteem or self-worth is badly injured, their whole identity begins to fall apart, and they often respond with what is referred to as “narcissistic rage.”

When this happens, the lashing out, bullying, threats, and erratic behaviors rise to new levels. Rather than accepting the blame one deserves for their own actions, narcissists tell themselves that others are responsible, and that they deserve to be punished. They often become obsessed with revenge, which comes in many forms, such as verbal or even physical abuse.

Modern technology like social media provides the narcissist with the perfect medium for attacking perceived enemies, and Donald Trump has certainly taken advantage of it.

But his threats have gone beyond personal enemies. When the possibility of impeachment became a reality for the president, his instinct was to tell the world on national television that if such a thing were to happen, it would cause the economy to crash.

“I think everybody would be poor,” he told Fox News last Wednesday, trying to strike fear into the hearts of all Americans.

David Duke and White Genocide

It should be no surprise that Ingraham’s rhetoric a few weeks back in her “Rant and Rave Show” got the endorsement of an open white supremacist.

Ingraham’s fellow Fox News host Tucker Carlson also echoed white nationalist rhetoric when he said immigrants were leading to “the collapse of the American family in June.

……………..Our New Paradigm of the Slow Creeping Cancer of Racism …. as National Policy

THE MYTH OF WHITE PERSECUTION AND THE ATTACK UPON CHRISTIANITY

Ingraham and Carlson’s monologues borrowed the rhetoric of what white nationalists falsely call “white genocide,” an innuendo that refers to racist fears about people of color coming to outnumber white people in the United States.

A large segment of white nationalists also hitch their fears to the claim that the left and/or Jewish people are encouraging immigration to dilute the white race.“White supremacists talk a lot about the inherent threat posed by immigrants and refugees, particularly those of color,” she previously told The Daily Beast. “This is obviously a shout-out to the sense that white supremacists have of being under siege.

It’s a shout-out to the concept of white genocide, which is a popular trope among white supremacists and it’s something they use as a recruiting tool: a sense of fear of the other.”

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⊕ ” Do not wonder that I know all languages since I know what men do not say..”                                                       

                                                                                                      Apollonius of Tyana     

 Who Set Up the Image of the Beast???

Omarosa Manigault Newman

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In the Revelation of my Father Jesus, the Lamb’s Book,  it tells in chapter 14 the fate of all those who end up loving and believing a lie: the Image of the Beast representing this very thing; the Image of the Axis Beast of Nazism now Worshiped by all the Southern Racist Reprobate Children of the Father of Lies, Unamerican in their Racism and Bigotry; Antichristian in their Words and their Actions.

They Pride themselves in being the Red “Trump” States of the Original 13 Confederate South who fought in the Civil War against the North.

The Fate they have earned for themselves is unknown to them, because the Day of the Lord…that of the Last Judgment on Judgment Day……comes unheralded into the World. For this reason it is described by both Peter and Paul as ” …. a thief in the Night…”

They who worship Trump are of the Camp of that Racist Strumpet South and her White Jim Crow Lover who now Parades at endless Rallies in the South land and has fundraising Fests  in the Southern White House, is even now preparing to End Free Speech and steal the Midterms if at all possible; with the help from their Russian Hacker friends…prepared to go for all the marbles… and to remove anything which stands in their Golden Calf’s way…

But in this unknown and unseen Day both he and they who worshiped him are delivered to the Lake of Fire, prepared for “All Liars…and Whosoever Maketh or Loveth a Lie….”

THE MYTH OF WHITE PERSECUTION AND THE ATTACK UPON CHRISTIANITY

Ingraham and Carlson’s monologues borrowed the rhetoric of what white nationalists falsely call “white genocide,” an innuendo that refers to racist fears about people of color coming to outnumber white people in the United States.

A large segment of white nationalists also hitch their fears to the claim that the left and/or Jewish people are encouraging immigration to dilute the white race.

“White supremacists talk a lot about the inherent threat posed by immigrants and refugees, particularly those of color,” she previously told The Daily Beast. “This is obviously a shout-out to the sense that white supremacists have of being under siege. It’s a shout-out to the concept of white genocide, which is a popular trope among white supremacists and it’s something they use as a recruiting tool: a sense of fear of the other.”

Former Top KGB General Says Trump is a Russian Asset and he Likely Knows it

As Special Counsel Robert Mueller continues his probe into whether or not the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to meddle in the 2016 presidential election, a new book is about to be released which claims that Trump has been compromised by Russia for over three decades.
Daily Mail reports that a new book by Craig Unger, entitled ‘House of Trump, House of Putin; the Untold Story of Donald Trump and the Russian Mafia‘, claims that President Trump is and has been a Russian asset since 1987In 1987 Donald Trump travelled to Moscow, and Unger says that the former head of counterintelligence for the KGB, Oleg Kalugin, insists that Trump would have very likely been filmed with prostitutes at that time, saying that Trump had ‘many young ladies at his disposal’ and that Russian spies would have jumped at the opportunity.Kalugin also claims that Trump is an easy ‘Russian asset’ considering how greedy he has been over the years.  He goes as far as saying that Trump is most likely aware of the existence of blackmail material often referred to as ‘kompromat’.

If Russia was likely willing to gather ‘kompromat’ on Trump 31 years ago, it would seem to give further credence to the Steele Dossier which claims that Russia had gathered ‘kompromat’ on Trump back in 2013 as well. 

It’s worth noting that no proof of this blackmail material was provided to Unger by Kalugin — only his opinion on what most

likely would have taken place at the time of Trump’s visit to Moscow.

The book also looks into Trump’s other ties to shady Russian officials and businessmen dating back to the 1970s.  It will be released on August 14th.

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White Nationalism

in

Primetime !!!

JEFF SESSIONS GIVES HATE GROUPS A CIVIL WELCOME

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Trump

Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham’s Wednesday night monologue about immigrants destroying America was so racist it got the endorsement of David Duke, the former leader of the Ku Klux Klan.

During the opening to her primetime show The Ingraham Angle, Ingraham complained that

“the America we know and love doesn’t exist anymore.

Massive demographic changes have been foisted upon the American people,” she said, in the form of documented and undocumented immigrants

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KKK-ENDORSED  JEFFERSON “DAVIS” BEAUREGARD SESSIONS III !!!

Laura Ingraham’s Anti-Immigrant Rant Was So Racist

It Was Endorsed by Ex-KKK Leader David Duke !!!

Laura Ingraham joins Tucker Carlson in explaining that “changing demographics” are destroying America.

Fox News Now Airs Unabashed Alt Right Propaganda

“Ingraham is saying outright that allowing non-white people to come here—and, down the line, threaten the majority power enjoyed by White America—is tantamount to destroying America. In this formulation, what defines the United States is its whiteness, or at least the idea that white people are at the center of American life. Which they are, for now….”

Times, Time…and a half of Time…

and the End of Time

……………………………………………………………….”...I saw Lucifer fall from Heaven as Lightning…”

And On

and On….

as also

 

 

 

the narrative in Europe 

 

 

In Reality we have a Black Genocide going on in America..sanctioned by the deafening silence from the Oval Office, a Prophetic Sign that one of the Times we are living in is that in which Pharaoh had all the First Born Male Israelites downed in the Nile as soon as they were born…

Young Black Males killed in “legal lynchings” in which 10 year old black children are murdered without hesitation for little or no reason…certainly nothing which would ever happen to a white child…

This genocide…the REAL one…by the KKK and White Supremacists that infiltrated all levels of law enforcement, mainly in the South… as the FBI wrote of in it’s conclusive study…largely ignored; as of a coordinated effort to harass, intimidate and kill black people: an “open season” on minorities…….of what demographic I document as the Third Israel that came into existence in 1967 with the Black Evil Rights Movement and the White Anti War Opposition becoming emeshed together due to the mutuality of the direction…….and finally united in an event in which the 10 Tribes were reunited with those 2 of California at Beth -El……the House of God.

“THE HOUSE OF DAVID AS GOD.”

The Prophetic Truth….

This was the Baby Boomers, but the place that ended being called Woodstock for that 3 Day Separation from Satan, just as once before in the Exodus there was 3 Days of Light on the Side of the Children of the Hebrew Ghetto Goshen……and three days of Darkness for the Egyptian side…

About the same number gathered at Beth-El……as before in the Exodus from Egypt…conservatively estimated at 650.000

Thus the 400 / 430 years of captivity the Israelites had suffered in Egypt, became the number of years the Black Race has suffered in America since 1500: the year when Columbus returned from his initial discovery in 1492, this time with with a Spanish Armada…and began the genocide of the Island Indians

In the Dimensional parallel of the 430 years of the Jews captivity in Egypt we must see the 430 years after 1500 we had a signal event occur: in 1929 we had Martin Luther King born with a CRASH…as that of the sinking of many ships, with entire family fortunes wiped out…..

But there is little doubt he represented the Moses of this Exodus…as of taking “Egypt from within” in New Unification Church Theology.

This happened in Rome, where after 430 years of persecution Christianity became the State Religion.

The pattern was therefore set of Internal Restoration, which Dr. King Walked, right up to Memphis.the City of Destruction

At any rate, in time indemnity the National Policy of Egypt was that all male Israelites were to be drowned upon birth…Racism at the National Level.

So, just as it was in Ancient Egypt, we see once again a national and systemic policy of extermination in America where young black males are therefore targeted from birth for incarceration and then after turning them into hardened criminals in the brutality of our prisons they are then marked for death…always Single Black Males are hunted down and killed without question…upon the flimsiest of grounds….

But in Egypt the parallel goes even deeper, as to the question of the racial majority slowly becoming a minority…a when the Jews multiplied so well they began to become numerically predominant the native Egyptian noticed they were being supplanted in their own country by a foreign race who were now racially dominant, due to their ancestor Joseph having made his sons the caretakers and executors of the estate of Egypt as Governors appointed by Pharaoh..

…A new studypicked up by Vox,

indicates that reminding white people they are losing majority status—and power—due to

changing demographics in America makes them more hostile to social safety net programs

that benefit poor minorities….”

The Trump Era does have one upside: people now feel comfortable saying the quiet parts out loud. You no longer have to decipher what they’re really about—they’ll just tell you straight-up. That’s why it’s a more and more common experience to wake up and see that one of the fabulously rich resentment-peddlers on the president’s favorite news network spent the previous evening spouting unabashed white nationalism on-air.

Usually, it’s Tucker Carlson who pops up on Fox News to rail against “demographic changes” in America—that is, non-white people immigrating here. That kind of rhetoric has earned Carlson praise from Richard Spencer and David Duke.

But Laura Ingraham certainly gave Carlson a run for his money Wednesday night, unleashing a nakedly white nationalist rant that suggested “the America we know and love” has been destroyed by “massive demographic changes” due to both illegal and legal immigration:

This is no longer a dogwhistle.

Ingraham is saying outright that allowing non-white people to come here—and, down the line, threaten the majority power enjoyed by White America—is tantamount to destroying America. In this formulation, what defines the United States is its whiteness, or at least the idea that white people are at the center of American life. Which they are, for now.

To Ingraham, America is not a daring experiment in self-government based on the principles of liberty, equality before the law, and self-determination, which anyone can be a part of if they work hard and buy into these values. White people got here first—ignore those pesky Native Americans!—so it’s white people’s turf.

Like the Trump administrationwhich has tried to cut even legal immigration by any means possible, Ingraham is no longer pantomiming about how illegal immigration is the problem. The problem for these folks is that Certain People are coming here, full stop.

They want more people from Norway, or they don’t want anyone coming at all. You can tell because Ingraham backed her soliloquy with footage of…people farming? That seems like a pretty traditional American activity. Ah, but everyone featured in the video playing as you say “the America we know and love” is gone…is Latino.

And now you’re showing people climbing a border fence.

image

“None of us ever voted for” this, Ingraham said, apparently pining for the time of

the Chinese Exclusion Act. No one needs to vote in favor of new people coming to America.

It is the story of America.

 

This discussion used to center on how we can better enforce our immigration laws.

Now it’s about whether anyone should be allowed in at all.

Ingraham went on to highlight the case of one undocumented immigrant who

committed child rape as part of an attack on Philadelphia as a sanctuary city.

 

This is a classic ploy among propagandists—to highlight one horrific occurrence and

present it as representative of an entire group.

 

That is why the president, and Fox News, continually highlight MS-13 when discussing immigration,

even though MS-13 makes up a tiny percentage of immigrantsand of the nation’s gang members—and

undocumented immigrants are less likely to commit crime than native citizens.

 

(Meanwhile, ICE arrests of noncriminal immigrants have skyrocketed.)

 

Oh, and the very basis for the current immigration crisis is bunk: 

illegal border crossings are at historic lows, a fraction of the level during the 1990s.

But none of that matters to the Fox News resentment hounds.

They’re railing against legal immigration now.

 

A new studypicked up by Vox,

indicates that reminding white people they are losing majority status—and power—due to

changing demographics in America makes them more hostile to social safety net programs

that benefit poor minorities.

 

Fox News has known this for decades, and has sold white resentment as a primary product.

After all, it serves a double purpose: give viewers what they want,

and turn them towards policies favored by the corporate class that actually makes Republican Party policy.

Conservatives Rally Together At Annual CPAC Gathering

Ingraham at CPAC

Getty ImagesChip Somodevilla
But perhaps the most telling part of Ingraham's monologue last night came 
before the true white nationalist section. It came as she took on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, 
the Democratic Socialist from New York who seems to drive right-wingers a special brand of insane. 

Surely it's a coincidence that it was Ocasio-Cortez, 
an increasingly powerful Puerto Rican star in Democratic politics, 
who launched Ingraham on this rant about the demographic destruction of America.

Anyway, the Fox host had this to say:

As if she knows all of America from her loft in Queens.

This really has it all.

There’s the “loft” description to suggest Ocasio-Cortez is living the lap of luxury,

even though Queens is far from New York’s wealthiest bureau.

 

On the flip side, Ingraham is worth tens of millions of dollars,

and like every other Populist Conservative Personality, is set up in a major coastal city.

(Ingraham’s studio is in Washington, D.C.

So is Carlson’s. Tomi Lahren lives in Los Angeles. Sean Hannity works out of Manhattan.)

 

But then there’s the idea Queens is not part of Real America.

The subtext here, of course, is that Queens is some alien entity.

But there are Real American White People in Queens,

too—they just live alongside people with roots all over the world.

 

One three-block section of Queens is home to people who came there from 51 nations,

the vast majority of whom came here to work hard and find a better life for themselves and their families.

To those who believe America is a nation for anyone willing to buy into the values and the

promise of the American Experiment, of course Queens is Real America.

So, too, is Iowa, so long as being an Iowan is about what you believe and how you behave,

not your complexion or when your great-grandfather got off the boat.

 

                                        White supremacists talk a lot about the inherent threat posed by immigrants and refugees, particularly those of color,” she previously told The Daily Beast.

“This is obviously a shout-out to the sense that white supremacists have of being under siege. It’s a shout-out to the concept of white genocide, which is a popular trope among white supremacists and it’s something they use as a recruiting tool: a sense of fear of the other.” 

 

On the base it says these words: “FATIMA” as of Mary of Fatima; even “Maryam al Kubra”; she who is:
“The Greater Mary” of that New Golden Gate   

Fox News host says ‘the America we know and love’ is being wiped out by immigrants. Former KKK leader agrees with her.

Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham’s Wednesday night monologue about immigrants destroying America was so racist it got the endorsement of David Duke, the former leader of the Ku Klux Klan.

During the opening to her primetime show The Ingraham Angle, Ingraham complained that “the America we know and love doesn’t exist anymore. Massive demographic changes have been foisted upon the American people,” she said, in the form of documented and undocumented immigrants.

David Duke and White Genocide

It should be no surprise that Ingraham’s rhetoric got the endorsement of an open white supremacist.

Ingraham’s fellow Fox News host Tucker Carlson also echoed white nationalist rhetoric when he said immigrants were leading tothe collapse of the American family in June.

 

THE MYTH OF WHITE PERSECUTION AND THE ATTACK UPON CHRISTIANITY

Ingraham and Carlson’s monologues borrowed the rhetoric of what white nationalists falsely call “white genocide,” an innuendo that refers to racist fears about people of color coming to outnumber white people in the United States.

A large segment of white nationalists also hitch their fears to the claim that the left and/or Jewish people are encouraging immigration to dilute the white race.

“White supremacists talk a lot about the inherent threat posed by immigrants and refugees, particularly those of color,” she previously told The Daily Beast. “This is obviously a shout-out to the sense that white supremacists have of being under siege. It’s a shout-out to the concept of white genocide, which is a popular trope among white supremacists and it’s something they use as a recruiting tool: a sense of fear of the other.”

 

 

 

 

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⊕ ” Do not wonder that I know all languages since I know what men do not say..”                                                       

                                                                                                      Apollonius of Tyana     

KKK-ENDORSED  !!!  DONALD J TRUMP APPROVED !!!  JEFFERSON “DAVIS” BEAUREGARD SESSIONS DEMONSTRATED!!!

Laura Ingraham’s Anti-Immigrant Rant Was So Racist

It Was Endorsed by Ex-KKK Leader David Duke !!!

Laura Ingraham joins Tucker Carlson in explaining that “changing demographics” are destroying America.

Fox News Now Airs Unabashed Alt Right Propaganda

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in

Primetime !!!

JEFF SESSIONS GIVES HATE GROUPS A CIVIL WELCOME

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Trump is having a meet-and-greet with his constituents. ….. then they’re having a barbecue on the South Lawn ….. no biggie…

The Cross Burning will be the Main Attraction at the close, Jeff Sessions presiding……. the entire GOP will be there…in their white robes of office

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“Ingraham is saying outright that allowing non-white people to come here—and, down the line, threaten the majority power enjoyed by White America—is tantamount to destroying America. In this formulation, what defines the United States is its whiteness, or at least the idea that white people are at the center of American life. Which they are, for now….”

Times, Time…and a half of Time…

and the End of Time

……………………..”...I saw Lucifer fall from Heaven as Lightning…”

And On and On….as also the narrative in Europe 

In Reality we have a Black Genocide going on in America..sanctioned by the deafening silence from the Oval Office, a Prophetic Sign that one of the Times we are living in is that in which Pharaoh had all the First Born Male Israelites downed in the Nile as soon as they were born…

Young Black Males killed in “legal lynchings” in which 10 year old black children are murdered without hesitation for little or no reason…certainly nothing which would ever happen to a white child…

This genocide…the REAL one…by the KKK and White Supremacists that infiltrated all levels of law enforcement, mainly in the South… as the FBI wrote of in it’s conclusive study…largely ignored; as of a coordinated effort to harass, intimidate and kill black people: an “open season” on minorities…….of what demographic I document as the Third Israel that came into existence in 1967 with the Black Evil Rights Movement and the White Anti War Opposition becoming emeshed together due to the mutuality of the direction…….and finally united in an event in which the 10 Tribes were reunited with those 2 of California at Beth -El……the House of God.

“THE HOUSE OF DAVID AS GOD.”

This was the Baby Boomers, but the place that ended being called Woodstock for that 3 Day Separation from Satan, just as once before in the Exodus there was 3 Days of Light on the Side of the Children of the Hebrew Ghetto Goshen……and three days of Darkness for the Egyptian side…

About the same number gathered at Beth-El……as before in the Exodus from Egypt…conservatively estimated at 650.000

Thus the 400 / 430 years of captivity the Israelites had suffered in Egypt, became the number of years the Black Race has suffered in America since 1500: the year when Columbus returned from his initial discovery in 1492, this time with with a Spanish Armada…and began the genocide of the Island Indians

In the Dimensional parallel of the 430 years of the Jews captivity in Egypt we must see the 430 years after 1500 we had a signal event occur: in 1929 we had Martin Luther King born with a CRASH…as that of the sinking of many ships, with entire family fortunes wiped out…..

But there is little doubt he represented the Moses of this Exodus…as of taking “Egypt from within” in New Unification Church Theology.

This happened in Rome, where after 430 years of persecution Christianity became the State Religion.

The pattern was therefore set of Internal Restoration, which Dr. King Walked, right up to Memphis.the City of Destruction

At any rate, in time indemnity the National Policy of Egypt was that all male Israelites were to be drowned upon birth…Racism at the National Level.

So, just as it was in Ancient Egypt, we see once again a national and systemic policy of extermination in America where young black males are therefore targeted from birth for incarceration and then after turning them into hardened criminals in the brutality of our prisons they are then marked for death…always Single Black Males are hunted down and killed without question…upon the flimsiest of grounds….

But in Egypt the parallel goes even deeper, as to the question of the racial majority slowly becoming a minority…a when the Jews multiplied so well they began to become numerically predominant the native Egyptian noticed they were being supplanted in their own country by a foreign race who were now racially dominant, due to their ancestor Joseph having made his sons the caretakers and executors of the estate of Egypt as Governors appointed by Pharaoh..

“…A new studypicked up by Vox,

indicates that reminding white people they are losing majority status—and power—due to

changing demographics in America makes them more hostile to social safety net programs

that benefit poor minorities….”

The Trump Era does have one upside: people now feel comfortable saying the quiet parts out loud. You no longer have to decipher what they’re really about—they’ll just tell you straight-up. That’s why it’s a more and more common experience to wake up and see that one of the fabulously rich resentment-peddlers on the president’s favorite news network spent the previous evening spouting unabashed white nationalism on-air.

Usually, it’s Tucker Carlson who pops up on Fox News to rail against “demographic changes” in America—that is, non-white people immigrating here. That kind of rhetoric has earned Carlson praise from Richard Spencer and David Duke.

But Laura Ingraham certainly gave Carlson a run for his money Wednesday night, unleashing a nakedly white nationalist rant that suggested “the America we know and love” has been destroyed by “massive demographic changes” due to both illegal and legal immigration:

This is no longer a dogwhistle.

Ingraham is saying outright that allowing non-white people to come here—and, down the line, threaten the majority power enjoyed by White America—is tantamount to destroying America. In this formulation, what defines the United States is its whiteness, or at least the idea that white people are at the center of American life. Which they are, for now.

To Ingraham, America is not a daring experiment in self-government based on the principles of liberty, equality before the law, and self-determination, which anyone can be a part of if they work hard and buy into these values. White people got here first—ignore those pesky Native Americans!—so it’s white people’s turf.

Like the Trump administrationwhich has tried to cut even legal immigration by any means possible, Ingraham is no longer pantomiming about how illegal immigration is the problem. The problem for these folks is that Certain People are coming here, full stop.

They want more people from Norway, or they don’t want anyone coming at all. You can tell because Ingraham backed her soliloquy with footage of…people farming? That seems like a pretty traditional American activity. Ah, but everyone featured in the video playing as you say “the America we know and love” is gone…is Latino.

And now you’re showing people climbing a border fence.

image

“None of us ever voted for” this, Ingraham said, apparently pining for the time of

the Chinese Exclusion Act. No one needs to vote in favor of new people coming to America.

It is the story of America.

 

This discussion used to center on how we can better enforce our immigration laws.

Now it’s about whether anyone should be allowed in at all.

Ingraham went on to highlight the case of one undocumented immigrant who

committed child rape as part of an attack on Philadelphia as a sanctuary city.

 

This is a classic ploy among propagandists—to highlight one horrific occurrence and

present it as representative of an entire group.

 

That is why the president, and Fox News, continually highlight MS-13 when discussing immigration,

even though MS-13 makes up a tiny percentage of immigrantsand of the nation’s gang members—and

undocumented immigrants are less likely to commit crime than native citizens.

 

(Meanwhile, ICE arrests of noncriminal immigrants have skyrocketed.)

 

Oh, and the very basis for the current immigration crisis is bunk: 

illegal border crossings are at historic lows, a fraction of the level during the 1990s.

But none of that matters to the Fox News resentment hounds.

They’re railing against legal immigration now.

 

A new studypicked up by Vox,

indicates that reminding white people they are losing majority status—and power—due to

changing demographics in America makes them more hostile to social safety net programs

that benefit poor minorities.

 

Fox News has known this for decades, and has sold white resentment as a primary product.

After all, it serves a double purpose: give viewers what they want,

and turn them towards policies favored by the corporate class that actually makes Republican Party policy.

Conservatives Rally Together At Annual CPAC Gathering

Ingraham at CPAC

Getty ImagesChip Somodevilla
But perhaps the most telling part of Ingraham's monologue last night came 
before the true white nationalist section. It came as she took on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, 
the Democratic Socialist from New York who seems to drive right-wingers a special brand of insane. 

Surely it's a coincidence that it was Ocasio-Cortez, 
an increasingly powerful Puerto Rican star in Democratic politics, 
who launched Ingraham on this rant about the demographic destruction of America.

Anyway, the Fox host had this to say:

As if she knows all of America from her loft in Queens.

This really has it all.

There’s the “loft” description to suggest Ocasio-Cortez is living the lap of luxury,

even though Queens is far from New York’s wealthiest bureau.

 

On the flip side, Ingraham is worth tens of millions of dollars,

and like every other Populist Conservative Personality, is set up in a major coastal city.

(Ingraham’s studio is in Washington, D.C.

So is Carlson’s. Tomi Lahren lives in Los Angeles. Sean Hannity works out of Manhattan.)

 

But then there’s the idea Queens is not part of Real America.

The subtext here, of course, is that Queens is some alien entity.

But there are Real American White People in Queens,

too—they just live alongside people with roots all over the world.

 

One three-block section of Queens is home to people who came there from 51 nations,

the vast majority of whom came here to work hard and find a better life for themselves and their families.

To those who believe America is a nation for anyone willing to buy into the values and the

promise of the American Experiment, of course Queens is Real America.

So, too, is Iowa, so long as being an Iowan is about what you believe and how you behave,

not your complexion or when your great-grandfather got off the boat.

 

                                        White supremacists talk a lot about the inherent threat posed by immigrants and refugees, particularly those of color,” she previously told The Daily Beast.

“This is obviously a shout-out to the sense that white supremacists have of being under siege. It’s a shout-out to the concept of white genocide, which is a popular trope among white supremacists and it’s something they use as a recruiting tool: a sense of fear of the other.” 

 

On the base it says these words: “FATIMA” as of Mary of Fatima; even “Maryam al Kubra”; she who is:
“The Greater Mary” of that New Golden Gate   

Fox News host says ‘the America we know and love’ is being wiped out by immigrants. Former KKK leader agrees with her.

Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham’s Wednesday night monologue about immigrants destroying America was so racist it got the endorsement of David Duke, the former leader of the Ku Klux Klan.

During the opening to her primetime show The Ingraham Angle, Ingraham complained that “the America we know and love doesn’t exist anymore. Massive demographic changes have been foisted upon the American people,” she said, in the form of documented and undocumented immigrants.

David Duke and White Genocide

It should be no surprise that Ingraham’s rhetoric got the endorsement of an open white supremacist.

Ingraham’s fellow Fox News host Tucker Carlson also echoed white nationalist rhetoric when he said immigrants were leading tothe collapse of the American family in June.

THE MYTH OF WHITE PERSECUTION AND THE ATTACK UPON CHRISTIANITY

Ingraham and Carlson’s monologues borrowed the rhetoric of what white nationalists falsely call “white genocide,” an innuendo that refers to racist fears about people of color coming to outnumber white people in the United States.

A large segment of white nationalists also hitch their fears to the claim that the left and/or Jewish people are encouraging immigration to dilute the white race.

“White supremacists talk a lot about the inherent threat posed by immigrants and refugees, particularly those of color,” she previously told The Daily Beast. “This is obviously a shout-out to the sense that white supremacists have of being under siege. It’s a shout-out to the concept of white genocide, which is a popular trope among white supremacists and it’s something they use as a recruiting tool: a sense of fear of the other.”