Renegade Musings

I was reading the Feral Irishman’s musings and was considering the concept of hate once again. The Bible tells us to hate sin but love our neighbor. Our churches twist this to mean we are to love everyone but that is not what the Bible meant (do some research before you comment on this point).

Musings:

1. I did hate Obama for destroying the country and entrenching the Deep State. Now, not so much. Like all Communists who have outlived their usefulness, he is less than the proverbial idiot.

2. I believe if Hillary had won the Presidency, we would be in WWIII. I also believe the pain threshold in the country would have been breached and patriots would be in the streets. I do not hate her as she too has outlived her usefulness and will pay for her transgressions in the afterlife.

3. I believe the 19,000 text messages deleted by Mueller would have proven that his “investigation” was the insurance policy developed by the FBI, DOJ, CIA and NSA to remove Trump. Trump is waiting for this witch hunt to end before moving on the Deep State (I hope). I believe Mueller knows this and is delaying as long as he can.

4. I believe that Democrats will quickly overplay their hand once the new House convenes in January. I believe they should read Unintended Consequences and Molon Labe. It will only take a few patriots to start Samuel Adams’ brushfire:

It does not take a majority to prevail… but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men.

5. I do hate certain players in the Deep State: Comey is at the top of the list for his arrogance and delusional display of superiority over the past few days. But the list changes: Schumer, Maxine, Cummings, Pelosi, Strzok, Brennan, Clapper, Mueller or the Communist posterboy of the day. Some of these players are mentally ill or have dementia but they still retain power and my ire.

6. Any power corrupts absolutely. This corollary was developed based on what occurred in our local community. Freedom is not a forum, it is a natural right given to us by our Creator.

7. I cannot believe the freedom movement started in France instead of the United States. We have succumbed to apathy and avarice. Our forefathers will not forgive us.

8. We do have a two tiered justice system. That simple fact makes the Constitution invalid as the covenant of the people.

9. The economy will collapse. We all know it is coming. Watch the Federal Reserve efforts to expedite this to marginalize Trump.

10. Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.

David DeGerolamo

      
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6 Responses to Renegade Musings

  1. 173dVietVet says:

    David -- -Your No. 7 implies that we in the USA, instead of those in France, should have started rioting in the streets over or losses of freedom. Perhaps we should, but as I understand it, the French have the highest taxes in the world and the additional fuel tax to pay into the Global Warming hoax was just too much for the average folks to swallow. This was especially true since it came at the hand of their President and not from the French Parliament. I don’t understand how one man could levy a tax (and then erase it) but I think it had to do with the Paris Accords being a treaty and that required national obligations to pay moolah for carbon usage….oh, that nasty CO2….

    So IMHO, the rioting in France is not all about loss of freedoms as much as it was self-defense against tyrannical taxations. France also had a fairly recent “pogrom” using speed detecting radars and cameras which resulted in many being fined especially when the unelected bureaucrats lowered the rural speed limits from 100 km/hour to 90 km/hour (62 mph to 56mph). They did that only to raise revenue, not control dangerous speeding. The people saw through it and were enraged, but it was the fuel tax that kicked them into demonstrations and rioting (although it seems there were ANTIFA and communist groups who did the vast bulk of destructive rioting).

    As to our two tiered system of justice, I completely agree. There are outlier cases but for the vast majority in our Nation, …”you get all the justice you can afford to pay for” (I have been saying that phrase for 40 years since I first observed it as a young attorney). The prosecutors know that and are more careful in how they select cases when dealing with the wealthy. This infirmity in our justice system has continued and now has metastasized into the Deep State protecting their folks against we “normies”.

    • David says:

      I understand that the French would have paid the highest taxes in Europe which precipitated the Yellow Vest movement. Consider that we revolted against a tea tax which still was less than paying for smuggled tea. Our forefathers would have rebelled under Obamanation if they had not already rebelled under Clintonation.

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  3. Tom says:

    Excellent post, I can’t share because I’m in Facebook jail 🙁

    Tom.Rowan.7

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