He denounces the media for making too much about tensions between the United States and Mexico.
You'd think we were on the brink of a thermo-nuclear exchange with every nation on earth. First there was the canceled visit with the President of Mexico. The media treated it as if it was the end of cooperation between the United States and one of its most important trading partners. Of course the dust-up didn't amount to much more than Nieto Pena having to look like he was holding his own in the face of Trump's promise to build a wall that Mexico will pay for, one way or the other.He talks about the recent executive order but seemingly brings it up mainly to lambaste protesters opposed to it and even slur them as uncaring towards the victims of violence by Al Qaeda like extremists,
Then there is the dreaded Muslim Ban! Airports were overrun with rent-a-mob protesters within hours of the announcement that "extreme vetting" was being introduced for travelers from some of the world's most dangerous, terrorist regions. That, critics claim, violates the Constitution and is un-American! How dare Customs and Immigration agents inconvenience travelers who raise suspicions as to their loyalties and intentions? At this point, one wouldn't dare mention the "inconvenience" suffered by Americans who have been slaughtered by immigrants, refugees, or their children. How about the dead and wounded from the San Bernardino Christmas party slaughter? It would have been a crying shame if the murderous Muslim and his jihadist bride had been inconvenienced at the airport when the entered, wouldn't it? Where was Chuck Shumer's blubbering then?He promotes fear of the media by insinuating that the media is not telling the full story about anti-Trump protesters. Making people mistrust the media has the effect of making harder for such people to notice information which will contradict what this individual happens to say. (In this paragraph he links to the demagogue, Pamela Geller.)
Have you noticed? The news reports only cut to close-ups of the protesters for two seconds or less, barely time to have a look at who those people might be. They showed dozens of Muslim men at the baggage claim at DFW airport, lined up in rows and high in the behind after someone announced the "call to prayer." President Obama once called it "the most beautiful sound on earth," but somehow people might not hear it that way, echoing though airport corridors. It seems that an airport would be the last place you'd want to be subjected to any display of Muslim religious fervor.The possibility that these protests represent widespread dissent from White House policy is ignored by Mark Armstrong who instead blames a certain billionaire, He also slurs the protesters as sympathetic towards illegal immigrants and Al Qaeda like terrorists
The massive protests we're seeing undoubtedly come from the compiled databases of far-left organizations, nearly all of which seem to be funded by the infamous George Soros. And oh, are they ever righteous and compassionate. Well, they're compassionate toward illegal aliens and Muslims from terrorist regions at least, assuming they have capacity for rational thought. For some reason their compassion doesn't seem to extend to all the families of lost or maimed loved ones in tens of thousands of immigrant crimes or the infamous terrorist attacks, where one zealot takes out forty or fifty at a time. Where were all protesters when athletes and spectators were blown to shreds in Boston, or San Bernardino, or Orlando, or Ohio State University? It would seem that their "inconveniences" went far beyond the relative handful from violent regions detained and questioned at airports.He then condemns protests in Berkeley and New York as stifling free speech; the phone call with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnball. (He blames the media for that.) .
Then he talks about Iran and, although stating reluctance at going to war with that large and highly populated nation of about 77 million people, states that the United States should have gone to war with Iran ten years ago.
Now we're off to Iran, which fired off a couple of mid-range ballistic missiles this week that may be nuclear capable. He's risking war with those long-suffering zealots who have no agenda other than self defense, they tell us. Hopefully it won't mean war, but if it does, it's one that should have been undertaken about a decade ago.He then talks about Europe and he ridicules Europe as cowering under "the pope's skirts" appealing to anti-Catholicism and subtle sexism. He also mocks Europeans as being "green, gay and open-borders" thus ridiculing those conscious of environmental issues, appealing for anti-homosexual hostility and xenophobia against certain immigrants.
It's interesting to see European leaders come down with a case from the spreading epidemic of vapors over the insensitivity of the new American President. They appear to be gathering themselves up in the pope's skirts over this hateful, anti-Christian idea that many would-be refugees may not be fit for settlement in polite society. Is this what may ultimately drive a wedge between Europe and the United States? How green, gay and open-borders have European citizens actually become in the wake of recent events?He praises the Trump Administration as delaying or possibly even stopping "the steady descent into politically correct socialism". He boasts that the leadership of his COG group foresaw how the opposition against Trump. (In this paragraph he links to an article from Vox.)
We warned that the ride would be anything but smooth. Hardly an hour goes by without another manufactured crisis that threatens to upset the international order, or worse yet, unnerve foreign leaders. Now we see that the steady descent into politically correct socialism has been delayed if not permanently interrupted. As you've seen this week, saying things that rattle the cages of those who insist that all the important debates are settled, can result in lunatic behavior.He ends his weekly update by once again slurring people he does not like as sympathetic towards Al Qaeda like extremists and inciting hostility against homosexuals.
But that's what we've been doing all along! Suggesting that God has any power or control over any matter on earth would drive the heartfelt homosexuals on national TV out of their minds. They can only pity and lampoon anyone who doesn't share their righteous empathy for people weaned on the ideology of a death cult, and to whom death, vengeance and "honor killings" define their way of life. It's a safe bet that these are not the "poor" the Bible instructs Christians to assist.And so Mark Armstrong delivers more of the same for his followers. Even though his preferred candidate won the presidency he still complains and even viciously slurs liberals as being sympathetic to Al Qaeda like extremists.