You ever feel alone in your beliefs? I often do. Seems not a day goes by lately that I don’t get the, “you’re crazy” look when discussing current affairs. It seems as though I am screaming into the wind. Either people just don’t get it or they just don’t care. Talking with a few like-minded individuals is about the only thing keeping me sane at this point.
Ecclesiastes 1:18 For in much wisdom is much grief: and he that increaseth knowledge increaseth sorrow.
The clueless in society have it so much easier in life. Not a care in the world. I don’t know why, but I just can’t live like that. But it’s frustrating talking with people who should know better and just getting the “you’re crazy” treatment. I have this deep desire to awaken people to all the evil that we face, the problem is they’d rather be unaware. Having to face reality I believe makes them too uncomfortable. One problem we have here in America is that people are just too comfortable. We’ve lost our way from our founding and our morals and religion have fallen by the wayside. When I attended that Black Robe Regiment summit in Tennessee, I felt like the Grim Reaper. I was way too radical or advanced in my thought process for that crowd.
Sometimes I long for the collapse of civil society just so we can get the process started of restoring or building a new Nation. It seems to be fast approaching, but it seems to always be delayed somehow. In the meantime we need to continue to prepare for the fight ahead.
Perhaps one reason I keep writing is to let people like you reading this article know that you are not alone and that you most definitely are not crazy.
The time is here when men will go mad, and when they see someone who is not mad, they will attack him, saying “Your are mad; you are not like us.”