Let's see what he has to say.
He mentions a ramming attack in Melbourne and moans that the authorities are inclined to believe that it was a result of mental health issues. He implies that anyone who disagrees with his complaint is using coercion and should be feared by his audience.
Except for the tragedy in Melbourne, Australia, where an Afghan refugee ran over 19 civilians in a crowded shopping district, it's been a pretty good week. But it wasn't terror, authorities were quick to insist, just a troubled individual with mental problems who missed his doctor's appointment. Never mind that he was talking Islamic gibberish and says he did it in retaliation for the poor treatment of Muslims. The obvious thing to do was to jump into a car and start running over shoppers. By that standard, all Islamic terrorists have mental health issues that are “treatable” provided they don't forget to take their medicine and set out to kill random bystanders. But it's not terror, and nobody better say otherwise.He then praises Australia's immigration policy to scare monger that terrorism is somehow much more likely in the United States.
It would be good to remember that Australia has been MUCH more circumspect in its immigration policies in recent years than the United States, meaning that we have a vastly greater potential for terrorist mayhem here at home. Not only have we seen similar incidents in recent weeks, but San Francisco just dodged a planned attack. They've arrested an ISIS sympathizer who apparently planned to gun down people on a popular pier on December 25, when he knew many would be there. You don't suppose he has mental health problems? Yeah, that could explain it.He then gets all gross scare mongering about stereotyped Muslim immigrants committing acts of sexual violence against white women in Sweden (even though most sexual violence occurs within ethnic communities). May all such acts of violence be brought to justice.
Terrorism, and the threat of attacks and gang rapes by refugees continues to be a major problem in Europe. Another gang rape of a 17-year-old girl in a suburb of Stockholm just took place. Of course, we know from Swedish authorities, there's no refugee problem at all. Police responded to the gang rape (they don't know how many were involved) by warning women to stay indoors or only go out when accompanied. This brought protests of “several hundred,” not very happy with the police response. But, as everybody knows, Sweden loves its Muslim immigrants, and everything is just fine! Got it? Saying otherwise could get you arrested, in Sweden.He then moves his thoughts to happier things such as praising President Trump for passing tax cuts which has been widely criticized as favoring the rich at the expense of the middle class and defending Vice-President Pence's praise of President Trump.
Thankfully, in the United States we're not hampered by the authoritarian thought police that rule Europe. By any definition (excepting that of the deranged mainstream media) this has been a terrific week. We saw the passage of the first major tax reformation since Ronald Reagan. For those who staked their claim on the theory that Trump couldn't get anything done, it's a slap in the face. They couldn't be more disgusted with the joyful celebrations at the White House. And Vice President Mike Pence! He's left them laughing till they cry with his “adulation” of the President. Maybe they haven't noticed, but Mr. Pence is always pretty earnest and heartfelt, regardless of the subject or situation. Some of us aren't offended that he would be publicly proud of his administration and what it's accomplished, especially when the public has been reminded constantly that they, “can't get anything done.”He then nonchalantly states that he has "lost all faith in the Dept. of Justice and the FBI" apparently viewing them as tools of the Democratic Party. He alludes to an email from a person who had since been fired from Robert Mueller's investigation.
Perhaps the bigger news is that cracks have appeared in the Deep State dam, and some truth is beginning to trickle through. If you've been reading these updates for long, you'll know that we lost all faith in the Dept. of Justice and the FBI quite some time ago. It was obvious that Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch were prepared to ruin any last vestige of credibility to shield Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama from embarrassment. It now looks pretty certain that top-level “investigators” conspired to prevent Donald Trump from being elected, and when that didn't work, set out to destroy his presidency with (in their own words) an “insurance policy.”He gets all hopeful that "the dam may eventually break" within the Department of Justice and the FBI. How dare an investigator within the FBI just might possibly, somehow get the President impeached.
It looks like the dam may eventually break, and that would be the best thing that's happened to this country in a long time. Wouldn't it be a breath of fresh air if the primary institutions of Law and Justice were restored to a position of trust and respect? That's hardly the situation now, as the instigators of the “insurance policy” (false allegations, big criminal investigation) are mostly still in place.He then seems to mock media outlets for allegedly propping up "socialist heroes" trying to somehow transform America. He also insists that there have been "a string of miracles offering the opportunity for a revival" of the United States.
Wouldn't it be something if the mocking, sneering tag team in prime time were forced to choke down and report the truth about their socialist heroes who were “transforming America?” Maybe it’s foolish to get our hopes up, but we've already seen a string of miracles offering the opportunity for a revival of a nation that we love, a nation that was, and is, a part of God's plan.And following that line of thought he claims that the departure of about two hundred scientists from the EPA is such a miracle, at least in his eyes.
And here's a miracle for you, just reported today. EPA bureaucrats are leaving the agency in droves! No doubt, many of the regulations they enforced have been gutted. Nearly all the language about global warming, or, ahem, climate change, has been deleted off government web sites. They just can't support the agency's mission any longer, and here's the kicker. Two hundred of the seven hundred leaving are “scientists.” Since these “scientists” undoubtedly preached climate nonsense, believing they could “make a difference” in the weather or sea levels, were pro-evolution and anti-God, we can only wish them luck in their future endeavors. Chances are they'll need to move to Europe or somewhere if they want another job in the global warming field.He then mocks Pope Francis and casts him a villain who allowed "Muslims and Africans" to move to Europe. He hysterically implies that these immigrants will become the majority of the population within Europe.
We can't ignore this week's newsworthy statement from nobody's favorite pontiff. Now he's worrying about the “demographic winter” that nations may suffer from having too few children! Talk about a lack of self-awareness, and having no shame. He's the one that shamed Europe into allowing millions of Muslims and Africans to flood in. Europe's low birth rate has been no secret for at least the past twenty years. Demographic winter? The new arrivals are making babies like they're going out of style, and Europeans don't. Didn't the pope know that before he started pining for a Muslim onslaught of Europe? Now the solution is for Europeans to have more babies? It's already too late.He then indulges in hurling homophobic invective at the Catholic Church.
Catholic spokesmen in the U S A are as gay as they get. The clergy at Rome is having its way with the choirboys in residence.... Sum it up to say the clergy isn't setting a very good example, Mr. pope.He alludes to the UN General Assembly vote which rejected the United States' recognition of Jerusalem as being the capital of the State of Israel. He mused that it would be good if the United States just cut off all funding to the UN. It is not mentioned that despite the threat to cut off funding only nine states voted in support of President Trump's decision, namely Guatemala, Honduras, Israel, the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau, Togo and the United States.
When the UN assembled this week to condemn the United States for President Trump's decision to move the U. S. embassy to Jerusalem, both Ambassador Haley and the president himself warned that American aid might just be the price of that condemnation. But they did it anyway. Yes, we know. There are vast Geo-political implications… But wouldn't it be nice if we just cut off the funding to the UN? I'm guessing President Trump could turn that building into multi-million-dollar condos, and we'd all be better off for it.He then states his hope that the Christmas rush will finally end on Christmas day. For whatever reason he does not mention Armstrongism's ban against Christmas.
And just think of it, three more days! Three more days till the clanging ceases and with any luck, the traffic begins to let up. All in all, it's been a pretty good week and a very entertaining year. People are starting to get their faces rubbed in reality for a change. And if you don't believe in miracles, you haven't been paying attention. Here's to next year being even better! Have a wonderful Sabbath!
MarkAnd so we see that Mark Armstrong has delivered yet another shrill polemic condemning those he oppose.