RUMOR HAS IT--
Pope arrested! There's only one source for it but a sitting pope has allegedly been arrested, on "an 80- count indictment of charges including possession of child pornography, human trafficking, incest, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony fraud."
It's nowhere in the news. There are three anomalies, though, which support it. 1) a 5-hour period where the Vatican had no power. 2) St. Peter's square was empty the next morning. (Sunday morning, I assume.) 3) The pope did not say prayers at noon as scheduled.
No idea if a reason for the latter was given.
God bless Ann Barnhardt. I have not been reading her blog, for reasons, and now I believe this may have been an error. She goes very heavy on the "antipope" stuff, though, and I don't have a dog in that fight, which is why I kind of lost interest. But she brings a very intelligent and hard right viewpoint to everything she discusses.
Anyway, that post points out that a shitton of roadblocks went up in Italy all around Rome at about the same time the Vatican had its five-hour power failure.
What I do know is that if he's actually been arrested on those listed charges, then it hints at something extremely large coming down the pike.
More rumor has it that George Soros was arrested not too long ago, but that's another single-source story. If true, though, I think the schadenboner from that will last me a good month at the minimum. That nazi bastard has been a pain in the ass of every anti-socialist person in the world for far too long.
Consider this, though: perhaps these single-source stories remain so because the press refuses even to ask questions about them. If there is a world-wide network of pedophiles, working behind the scenes to bring about world communism, the press is a wholly-owned subsidiary of it.
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No news on which airline did this but they landed the plane at the nearest airport and kicked everyone off because at least some passengers were singing "The Star-Spangled Banner".
Do you want to see what America will be like under a Biden/Harris administration? That's it, right there.
I think that every flight, going forward, should feature the singing of the national anthem.
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"No constitutional grounds for impeachment" which is a laugh and a half--the gangsters don't care about following the Constitution in any serious way.
The other day I made a comment about a "cargo cult election", and I think I'm going to expand on that a bit. If you have never read Richard Feynman's discussion of cargo cult science, it is available, verbatim, for your perusal. You don't need to read it to understand what I'm going to say, but it might extend your understanding to read it.
But I will borrow Feynman's description of a cargo cult:
In the South Seas there is a cargo cult of people. During the war they saw airplanes with lots of good materials, and they want the same thing to happen now. So they've arranged to make things like runways, to put fires along the sides of the runways, to make a wooden hut for a man to sit in, with two wooden pieces on his head to headphones and bars of bamboo sticking out like antennas--he's the controller--and they wait for the airplanes to land. They're doing everything right. The form is perfect. It looks exactly the way it looked before. But it doesn't work. No airplanes land. So I call these things cargo cult science, because they follow all the apparent precepts and forms of scientific investigation, but they're missing something essential, because the planes don't land.2020 featured a cargo cult election, because the forms were right and it looked exactly like a normal election...but they were missing some key elements, the important parts, which were necessary so that the planes would land and bring the cargo.
And our sitting government is engaging in cargo cult governance. They're following the forms, doing what they've always done, but there are key elements missing from their actions and the planes aren't landing. (Except where they are, see the previous vignette, but I was speaking metaphorically.)
The Democrats and the rethuginicans are the high priests of the cargo cult, telling us that days of prosperity, peace, and freedom are ahead of us, and all we have to do is to trust them and improve the runway, tend the fires, spiff up the dummy in the shack and give him a fresh set of headphones, and the cargo will come and all will be well. But the problem is, the people who follow those high priests, they're noticing that after literal decades of doing all this stuff, they are much worse off than they were before, and the high priests are asking them to give up even more. They're noticing that the planes don't land, but somehow the high priests are living better than ever, and all the while the priests tell the people "we're all in this together" and Some Sacrifices Must Be Made in order to bring the planes in.
That's what the fraudulent Trump impeachment is about. It's not about removing him from office; the process is going to take longer than the days left in his term, yet no one in the media has said that. They're blithely going ahead and talking about the senate's impeachment hearing taking place in the opening days of Biden's term of office. If we get that far, Trump is no longer President, and can't be removed from office...yet they're planning to do it! They're planning to have the senate convict Trump and remove him from an office he no longer occupies!
Because this is not about removing him from office; it's about disgracing him. It's about (somehow, extra-constitutionally) making sure he can never be President again. I'm sure the Supreme Court will find that part of it constitutional, but if these morons think that retroactively removing Trump from office will cause him to lose stature in the eyes of those who elected him, they'd better think again.
"The deep state impeached Trump twice" is a motherfucking BADGE OF HONOR.
I don't know how congress can bar a man from the Presidency. I'm not sure they can, according to the Constitution; but of course the Supreme Court is a wholly owned subsidiary of Soros Incorporated now. Besides, Biden's ventriloquist will have plenty of time to pack the Supreme Court with eight or twelve 23-year-old ethnic studies majors who don't know anything whatsoever about constitutional law, but do know how to vote well to the left of Josef Stalin and who will always be wearing Ernesto Guevara shirts under their robes.
It has nothing to do with following--let alone protecting or defending--the Constitution. The DC gangsters see the Constitution as a hindrance, an old piece of nonsense that's little better than used toilet paper. They are smarter, more sophisticated, knowledgeable, and modern than those old white racists were, so of course they know better. Oh, that thing was fine for back then, but in today's society, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and especially the right to keep and bear arms, why, that just doesn't work any longer. We'll keep the rag around and occasionally pay it lip service, because it keeps the rubes and hicks quiet, but of course most of the time we'll ignore it.
After all, we're in charge now. And you'd better get used to that boot on your face, pal.
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Dred Scott has been superseded.
Most historians agree that the Dred Scott decision was one of the worst in the history of the Supreme Court. What will future historians think of the John Roberts court handwaving away the claims of Texas and others? Electoral fraud is a major problem. If American citizens do not have standing to contest a stolen election, then what good is American citizenship? Earlier this year, the ACLU filed suit against the Trump Administration claiming that the policy of excluding illegal aliens from the census was discriminatory. Rather than dismissing it for lack of standing, courts heard the case. It is a sad commentary on our society that our courts are able to find standing for illegal aliens and foreigners before they allow actual citizens to demand accountability in our elections.Roberts himself is one of the people who is owned by...whoever it is. We may learn that in the coming weeks or months; but the identity of that person (or people) is really only a detail. We can see by his behavior that Roberts is beholden to someone, and he has made questionable rulings time and again since the Obama administration came to power.
Roberts was saving his own bacon. He knows that if Trump remains President, the truth will out...and the truth will destroy people like John Roberts.
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John C. Wright explains better than I can why my watchwords are Faith! and Courage!
Without these days of darkness, without the desperation and the appearance of victory for the worldly powers, they would never have shown themselves, never have flown their true colors, never have cast public votes for treason.Have you seen how Trump does things? How he has given his enemies every possible chance to change their minds and to do the right thing, to redeem themselves at their last possible opportunity?
The penalty for treason is the only criminal penalty written in the Constitution. It is death.
They have written out their death warrants with their own hands.
They have damned themselves by failing to keep faith with nation, law, sworn duty, patriotic love, personal honor, alliance, friendship, humanity. They have failed to keep faith with God.
It is my belief that God permits these dark days, and offers the worldly powers the appearance of victory, out of an abundance of mercy no human heart understands.
A man who signs of his own death warrant has a moment when he stands and looks with horror and regret at what he is doing, and what he has done. He sees his own name, written in his own hand, on the instrument that condemns him to mortal death and perhaps to eternal death.
It is an opportunity to step back. Before he damns himself, while he is still alive, he can step back, and perhaps blot out the name written there.
I don't think that's coincidence. Trump is a man, a human being like you or I, but history since 33 AD is replete with times when one man (or woman, in a few cases) rose up and smote ruin upon the enemies of truth.
One of the things I've learned--alas, how tardily!--that some of the things that I do, extraordinary things, they don't come from me. The happiness that I have been allowed to feel, the deep-seated joy in my heart that has come to me time and again over the past nine years--since 2011--that is not the result of any earthly influence. There are things which can only have come to me from God. None of them are big things; they're all little ones, but these small miracles are enough to convince me that there is nothing more important in this universe than keeping faith in God.
When the chest freezer died and I had to empty it of fifty pounds of rot, before I could get it out of the house? As I picked up packages of rotten meat and tossed them into a garbage bag, holding back my nausea at the unholy stench coming from the freezer, I started to sing, "This is the day that the Lord has made! Rejoice in it, and be glad!" which is a hymn they use every so often at worship services at my church. Based on a psalm unless I'm mistaken. But I did it to remind myself that as powerfully disgusting a task as it was, the Lord had made me equal to it, and that when I came face to face with Him, that temporarly inconvenience would be utterly meaningless.
There are times when I look at the world around me and realize that while everything we do here is vitally important, ultimately none of it lasts. "Dust In The Wind". "We live in the universe of the dead." How we deal with it is what's important.
Remember that Jesus picked fishermen and other common men to be his disciples, rather than kings and high priests? Remember that his teachings and his power turned them into men who could spread his teachings so far that even two thousand years later his words still resonate throughout the world. Jesus Christ was hated by the powerful in his day, and is still hated by evil men to this day, because he spoke a truth that they cannot control, cannot corrupt, cannot eliminate.
I will believe to my dying day that Donald Trump decided to run for President after seeing the rot that existed, having his stomach turned by it, and deciding to do something--whatever he could--about it. I don't think of him as any kind of prophet or religious figure, but I do think that, even so, his footsteps have been guided by Providence.