He intones that an ideological civil war is underway in the United States.
Aside from some suspicious unsolved murders, and the gang mayhem that's spread across America, no shots have been fired. But there is an ideological civil war in progress. It's ugly and it seems to have permeated nearly everything. It has certainly tainted what passes for news. Blessedly, we have a wide variety of informational sources. If mainstream outlets still had a monopoly on the selection and distribution of information, we'd be even further down the path of authoritarian bans and mandates than we are.He complains that some view the "make America great again" slogan in a negative way.
Some are excited, and some are repulsed at the prospect of any actual progress toward making America great again. All mainstream outlets call that slogan and the philosophy behind it racist, hateful, bigoted and many of the commentators pretty much lose all pretense of professionalism during any discussion.He then complains that during a recent trip he saw so many people who did not speak English even though he lives in a state, namely Texas, that happens to be located next to Mexico.
But the realization is setting in. It's not a question of great again, but whether the United States can be saved from the transformation we've already undergone. My immediate family and I went on a road trip this week for a few days of skiing. Most everywhere we stopped along the way, every gas station, mini-market, truck stop, and restaurant brought the realization that we are already outnumbered by people who don't even speak English. It may not be true statistically, yet, but any calculation of future child-bearing proclivities would make it abundantly clear that regular Americans are on a glide path to third-world blight. Call the observation racist or whatever, the reality cannot be more than one generation from now, if that.He scare mongers that if Clinton had won the election "this unique experiment" would have been ended "forever."
We're beginning to find out just how close we came to losing this country to corruption at the highest levels. If the rigging of the most powerful agencies had succeeded, and their first woman president had been elected, none of the bombshells now exploding would ever have gone off. James Comey would still head the F. B. I. Loretta Lynch would still be the Attorney General. The Justice Department and the IRS would still be targeting political opponents for harassment and prosecution. And that would have been the end of this unique experiment, forever.He complains that the budget adds more debt and essentailly blames the other party which he does not like.
After much hand-wringing and grandstanding, Congress managed to pass a two-year budget that plunges the U. S. into another couple of trillion in debt. Our government is still spending like a drunken sailor, with none of the reforms of waste and graft having been addressed. It's the reality of an adversarial situation in government where “compromise” with the vast bureaucracy and socialist juggernaut has become necessary in order to just fund the American military. When it comes right down to it, even the radicals know there'd be nothing for them to steal, and nobody left for them to berate without the protection of the military, hate it as they do.Even though Saudi Arabia spends about seven times as much money on military expenditure then Iran and that it is widely believed that the State of Israel has nuclear weapons he scare mongers about Iran.
Funny, how what we knew to be true on its face ends up being confirmed a year or two after the fact. You remember the shrink-wrapped pallets of currency Obama sent to Tehran as part of the “Iran deal?” It's been tracked down and documented that much of it was apportioned out to Hezbollah and to the terrorist movement that's made Yemen more uninhabitable than it already was. Iran has strengthened its hand in Iraq, in Syria, Lebanon, is financing the war in Yemen and threatening Saudi Arabia. It could very well become an acknowledged nuclear power in the blink of an eye.He mentions that Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea and the participation of North Koreans in it. He mockingly refers to Kin Jong-un as "the little fat boy" seemingly unconcerned about possibly exacerbating the situation or of indulging himself in fat shaming.
Everyone is heartened that North Korea has sent delegations, a few competitors and even Kim Jong-un’s sister to the Winter Olympics in South Korea. At least it bodes well that we don't expect a war for at least the next couple of weeks. Maybe the confrontational posture toward the little fat boy wasn't such a lunatic play after all. But the longer term is far from certain.He then takes solace in the thought that his version of the Armstrongite God is far greater then anyone outside he does not approve of.
There's no denying, we've seen some evidence of miracles in our own lives and in the bigger picture in the very recent past. God's Hand has been apparent in developments no-one could have predicted or would have believed if anybody had. His power is way beyond all of our concerns, and that's where they need to be taken. The odds were much worse than they are now, and we've been short on faith. This Sabbath would be a great time to turn it all over to Him. The bickering, the insults, the threats and dangers, all of it. He's way ahead of us, and His will be done.
MarkHe then mentions some statistics of his organization's attempts to reach out to new people to gain new recruits.
P. S. Here's a brief rundown of recent advertising results via the Internet, in round numbers.
On the subject of Heaven and Hell, of 44,000 reached, over 4,500 followed our link.
Clean and Unclean Meats 6,000 600
Easter or the Passover 19,000 1,000
Does God Allow Evil 2,800 300
Total reached 54,000 6,300
These percentages look promising, and we'll be increasing our output dramatically.He then states that they are broadcasting TV programs.
We've also taken television time on the Retro and Family networks. They are available on the digital antennas for local reception. It just started, but we're already receiving some calls and early results look promising.I pity anyone who gets intrigued about this organization through such broadcasts. It is to be hoped that they conclude that their time is better spent elsewhere.