I keep reading T.L. Davis’s latest post and want to emphasize the following portion:
It’s over. The elephant is dead. Capitalism is gone, the republic is gone. What we have now is an opportunity to feed off of the dead elephant, to stockpile as much as we can, to distance ourselves from each other and prepare for the ultimate battle for survival. The economic collapse is already in motion. It would have come along anyway, eventually, but this stimulus package stacked on top of the already soaring debt and unfunded liabilities will cripple the nation forever. It will implode. That is not to say that it will not chug along on four square wheels for some time, but the last support has been kicked out from under it, that of the belief in the rule of law and an understanding of global economics. Without those, nothing prevents the ceiling up from crashing down. It is what we recognize in Christianity as faith. Remove faith (as we have) and the only thing left are words, memes circulating the popular sites with no structural substance.
We may disagree on the pandemic and its eventual consequences. However, can we agree that the impact on the Republic is what Mr. Davis has outlined? Can we agree that this eventuality on irresponsible fiscal policy has only been expedited by this latest “crisis”? Can we agree that faith in God instead of “government” is the path that we must pursue?
I believe in the people. Maybe not today. Maybe not in the near future. But I believe we will come together and when that day comes, the hyenas will face justice.