Once again Sean Hannity is laying out the case for the clear and present danger that is growing before our eyes. Today he shared critical information in an almost 45-minute YouTube. He tells us there are “dangers in this country.”
“A soft coup is under way, right here, in the United States of America, in an attempt to overturn November’s election results, and forcibly remove a duly-elected president from office. Sinister forces quickly aligning, in what is becoming now, in my mind a clear and present danger.”
“We’re at a turning point tonight, with forces now forming an alliance to try to remove President Trump from office. It’s that serious.”
In light of the displays of anarchy on city streets, and also on College and University campuses — and in light of the training and conditioning of students in public schools — and the conditioning being done by most of the main-stream media, with the goal: to hate the United States of America and shut up anyone who disagrees — this article is timely.
“It was at this moment that I had one of those sudden insights as a parent. I realized that my oldest was a constitutional conservative, my middle child a libertarian, and my youngest a socialist with totalitarian tendencies.”
“my main point today is that we’ve experienced over the past eight years a profound shift in our political culture, a shift that has resulted in a significant portion of our body politic holding a five-year-old’s view of free speech. What makes this shift notable is that unlike most changes in politics, you can trace it back to one day: January 21, 2010, the day the Supreme Court issued its Citizens United ruling and restored free speech rights to millions of Americans.”
Definitions of anarchy and socialism at the end of this blog post.
A November request I made, to head off a repeat of the
Colorado Jefferson County teacher/student walkouts that took place in 2015
At the end of a Student Accountability Committee (SAC) meeting at Conifer High School, I said I hoped that the school, and the school district, had plans in place to head off any future teacher/student protests during school hours – to stop a repeat of what they did in 2015 at Conifer High School.
I commented that the school district, possibly the Superintendent of the Colorado Jefferson County Schools, should make it clear that such walkouts would not go without punishment. My request was not answered, but that might have been because it was near the end of a 2-hour meeting.
I did not realize that plans were being made to have walkouts in Jefferson County schools, and across the country, to protest Trump winning the election. Continue reading →
LAST EVENING’S SHOWING OF AGENDA 2 (in Colorado — see other states where Curtis Bowers will be appearing through July 2016)
Last evening Curtis Bowers and four of his nine children were at the Evergreen, Colorado showing of Agenda 2.
Other blogs (with links to his site) that speak of the summer 2016 Curtis Bowers Colorado tour: Blogs 0110 and 0111.
Up until around Thanksgiving, the Bowers family plans to continue their United States tour promoting the documentary Agenda 2 — revealing the truth about the deliberately-designed and executed plan to destroy our country.
You have two more chances (July 15 and 17) to meet Curtis Bowers in Colorado, listen to him speak, ask questions, and visit with him before and after the showing of his second documentary, Agenda 2.
The Conventional Wisdom in academia and in the public square is that Communism and Fascism are excessive “left”/radical liberal – and excessive “right”/radical conservative. People believe they are extremes of to much liberal and too much conservative – and that both end up in the same bad place. They are right about the results of both forms of government ending up the same for its citizens.
But these extremes can better be explained by asking the question, “How much control does government have?” The thing that unites communism and fascism is not their classification of being extreme right or left, but rather how much control government has over its citizens under fascism and communism. To what degree does government rule? How much liberty does an individual have?
This YouTube video clip explains that when all is said and done, there are really only three basic types of rule: total rule by a few people in control; balanced rule where law protects citizens and where people have a voice in their government; and the absence of any government at all. The third category is very temporary, and having no government quickly moves into total rule by a few.