Who Are “They”?

Visitors stand in front of the quotation from Martin Niemöller that is on display in the Permanent Exhibition of the United States ... [LCID: img4857]

Martin Niemöller’s poem came to mind when Wes called me concerning the FBI visit at his home today. When he wrote the poem, he knew exactly who “they” were. Today, we have no such clear identification. Big tech, mainstream media, federal government, a multitude of three letter alphabet agencies and Democrat useful idiots can be considered “they”.

Replacing “they” in the above poem with “evil” has the same meaning to me:

First they came for the patriots who wanted to make America great again, and I did not speak out because I did not want to see America great again.

We hear that not all [insert Deep State entity] are bad; in fact most are good people. Remember another contemporary of Niemöller:

Bonhoeffer Quotes Evil. QuotesGram

Who will they come for next? An open question that is somewhat rhetorical but everyone should be considering as our country and culture are being cancelled.

David DeGerolamo

      
Plugin by: PHP Freelancer
This entry was posted in Editorial. Bookmark the permalink.
0 0 vote
Article Rating
5 Comments
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
tangle
1 month ago

They are the government. Once we accept that we will be able to find a fix for the problem.

FedUpFLman
FedUpFLman
1 month ago

“They” will be US!! All of us that still believe in right Over wrong, Law of land over “elected law”, good vs evil, anyone that loves God and this country, any of us that doesn’t want to see it trampled and ruined it seems are now the domestic terrorist..WTF. We got a big road ahead folks!
P.S. guys listening in, please do your Damn jobs and use all that tech&evidence you leave sitting around to get this douchevag elected, get these nasty pedophiles off the st before it’s YOUR KID they come for! But No..let’s go bother some patriot that is rightfully pissed instead huh…
LAME WORTHLESS WORK!

AngryPatriot
1 month ago

In the couple of weeks I have been viewing and occasionally commenting at this website, I have never seen an posting or article that encouraged violence or action against a political candidate, elected or otherwise. As a person who has been in law enforcement, I know this was intimidation. If someone ever asked me for my badge number or ID, I was always willing to let them inspect it. Cops who are righteous and have nothing to hide are not afraid to show their ID. Fortunately, there was a deputy sheriff there and you could ask the Sherries to explain what one of his deputies was doing out with the FBI. Sheriffs are elected and they are usually willing to talk to you if you make an appointment. You handled yourself very well.

Gryphon
Gryphon
1 month ago

The Question is Not “Who are ‘they’, ” but (((who PAYS))) them.

And Niemoller was a Fool for Not having Joined ‘them’ in Purging the bolsheviiks, where the socialists, trade unionists and yes, “jews” are the communists.

Berglander
Berglander
1 month ago
Reply to  Gryphon

Funny how when you do a little reading about Martin Niemöller, you learn that he wasn’t a simple priest minding his own business. Rather, he was a vocal supporter of communism and a critic of his own people, while the two ideologies were engaged in a clash that would become martial.

“His visit to North Vietnam’s communist ruler Ho Chi Minh at the height of the Vietnam War caused an uproar. Niemöller also took active part in protests against the Vietnam War and the NATO Double-Track Decision.[30]

In 1961, he became president of the World Council of Churches.[12] He was awarded the Lenin Peace Prize in December 1966.”

For those who don’t know, the World Council of Churches, an organization that was deeply entrenched by the KGB. And of course, he got the famous Lenin Peace Prize… “The prize was mainly awarded to prominent Communists and supporters of the Soviet Union who were not Soviet citizens.”