Published: June 14, 2022 Noon EST
(3 minute read)
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil, is for good men to do nothing.” – Edmund Burke
With each passing day, there comes a never ending flow of news, mostly lacking in any kind of hope. It is full of reports like rising crime, the WEF’s 2030 agenda, the grooming and perverting of our children at every turn, and threats against Supreme Court Justices. Along with these facts, we have a person occupying the seat of the presidency, who has nothing but contempt for this nation and its people. He is a puppet, for those behind the scenes – people who only wish to do harm, and execute complete tyranny over the American people. Political corruption extends all the way from Congress down to our local levels, and public schools are running amok.
To top it all off, we need to only look at everything that has taken place since Trump and the American people were robbed of his landslide win. Our country, and the world, for that matter, is in a nosedive – heading to what feels like total destruction.
Every time Biden speaks, you either have no clue what he is saying, or you end up completely appalled by what you can decipher.
His recent delusions about the Second Amendment not being absolute, and his completely horrendous remarks on guns and ammunition, are just a small taste of it.
He, along with everyone in his administration – and the Deep State for that matter – have been waging an all-out war against ‘We the People’.
That being said, we as a nation (except for a majority of the political elites), just finished honoring those who paid the ultimate price in service to our country.
Did you know, only about .5% of the U.S. population bear the burden of defending our nation by serving in the military?
Did you know that approximately 1.3 million soldiers have sacrificed their lives, defending our nation since the American Revolutionary War? Not to mention, the loss of those who made it back from the battlefield but could never truly escape it – and as a result, tragically took their own lives.
With all of that loss, is the millions of family members left behind. Even worse is the fact that some of those families lost more than just one loved one.
Anyone who has ever been to war, watched a documentary about it, read history, or knows someone who has gone through the horrors of war, knows how weighty its consequences are.
Most of us will never truly know what kind of sacrifices have been made, to protect our freedoms. We will never be able to fully understand the heroic actions that have taken place, in the face of pure terror.
Even though most of us don’t serve in the military and never will, it doesn’t change the fact that we are at war (figuratively speaking, of course).
We all know it – and honestly, at times, it seems like it will never end.
Just like the lyrics in Hi-Rez & Jimmy Levy’s “This is a War”, state:
This is a war on religion
This is a war on the children
They give you the cure with the sickness
This is a war on tradition
This is a war, this is a war
Though it seems overwhelming, this is not the time to give up, or give in. We can’t back down, and we can’t afford to say, “we don’t have the time” – we must all do our part.
If those I mentioned above can do what they have done, surely we can get involved, somewhere. We have to do all that we can, for the sake of future generations.
One example, of how to make a huge impact, would be filling one of the thousands of vacant precinct committeemen positions across the nation.
Simply put, do whatever you can do, in the season you’re in. Some are able to do more than others, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have a role to play. This is a fight for the soul of our nation. If all you can offer is praying, don’t discount that – the prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective!
In light of the immense sacrifices of our fellow countrymen, those who have given so much, we surely can find time to do these seemingly small things. Let what they have done, be a fire under you.
We are proud, patriotic Americans and we don’t back down, or give up!
We always stand for what is right, true, and just.
Never forget, we are all here, for such a time as this. Don’t fail to do your part, and end up regretting it.
May God Make America Great (Again)!
“You’re not in the [Republican] party unless you’re a Precinct Committeeman. Precinct Committeemen are the Party.” – Daniel Schultz