Quo Vadis?

Senator Sasse (R-Neb.) Advocates Single-Term Third Choice to Clean Up ‘This Messy Moment’



Young evangelical mom:
“I want to cry. I disagree with Hillary Clinton on almost every single thing – but I will vote for her before Trump. I could never tell my kids later that I voted for that man.”

The excerpt above is from Senator Sasse’s Facebook Blog, dated 4 May, 2016. I have the greatest respect for this young man, he truly is a leader, a conservative, but is he a follower of Christ? Is anyone a Christian who would allow Secretary Clinton to be elected by failing to support the opposition candidate?

I must comment on this. I sincerely believe that if it were possible for Senator Sasse’s plan to succeed, for a conservative third-party candidate to be elected, then many citizens of both parties, in fact of all parties, would vote for such a candidate.

But no such thing can possibly happen this election cycle. And no Christian with a conscience can possibly allow Secretary Clinton to be elected.

I have prayed nightly since 1971 that we would do God’s Will, and place the value of human life above any political consideration. I experienced the tragedy of abortion personally, my first wife chose to abort our second child, without informing me of her pregnancy, so she could continue her studies without interruption. Nothing I have ever experienced has left me as disquieted and as profoundly disturbed as her “choice” and the death of our child.

Sacred Scripture and Magisterium is unequivocal on the matter of the sanctity of life. The SCOTUS decision in Roe v Wade, permitting the taking of a human life without criminal penalty has resulted in 5 times more killing of humans than the NAZIs killed in the Holocaust.

Quite frankly because of Sin, there are over 40,000,000 children who never cried, who never felt a loving embrace, who never learned to crawl, walk, tie their shoe, who never held a parent’s hand on the first day of school, or saw their artwork posted on a refrigerator door.

And what I can’t fathom is that there are at least 80,000,000 parents who care so little about life, and care so little about the precious gifts that God gives us to love and protect. How sad for us who live in a land abundantly blessed by God, a people who have no excuse that “we were just following orders,” or that “our leaders were madmen,” or even that we choose to do evil for a “good” reason, as we say when we kill in War to achieve Peace.

If Secretary Clinton is elected, if she appoints progressive Associate Justices to the Supreme Court because Republicans “didn’t like” or “didn’t agree” with their party’s nominee, then judgement will fall on those who could have prevented it, the blood of innocents will be on the hands of everyone who failed to prevent the election of Secretary Clinton.

And it will brighten the stain of innocent blood already streaking the soul of every Christian who has silently tolerated “Freedom of Choice” and now whose churlish anger and juvenile spite dooms God’s innocent to murder at the hands of those who are inconvenienced by the result of most often purposeful sexual intercourse. 99% of the time, it’s not rape… but every planned abortion procedure is murder.

Abortion not only killed our child, it destroyed our family, it ended our marriage, and separated me for months at a time from a daughter who moved with her mother a thousand miles away. A daughter I love, a child I cherished, because of her brother’s abortion, I missed so much of her life, so many of her hugs. And as for my former wife, she still has a problem looking me in the eyes.

Abortion is not a medical procedure, it is the medical termination of life. If you stand by without trying to defeat Sec. Clinton, Republican or Democrat, you will be just another thug, another SS guard, another hooded Klansman, another face in the lynching mob. God have mercy on your soul, God forgive me my anger that you stood by and did nothing to help end this horror!



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“Downtown Atlanta is as bad as Zimbabwe or Harare or Durban,” said Dr. Carlos del Rio, co-director of Emory University’s Center for AIDS Research…


Why is this shocking? Many Negroes and many immigrants living in Atlanta live in conditions that are, while not similar, equivalent to “third world African countries. The lack of opportunity coupled with the absence of skill sets has created a storm of frustration and futility in community’s through-out metropolitan Atlanta. Schools systems, inadequate to prepare willing students for university degree programs, fail as miserably in preparing students for technical and service occupations, for home life, for financial competency, for meal preparation, for healthy nutrition and exercise activities and for human biology, parenting and responsible partnerships.
Afrocentric culture continues to demean woman and exaggerates masculinity and rewards misogyny, while using music as a means of creating concupiscence through lascivious rhythms and lyrics, and sexual behavior is viewed casually by males and females alike. And if such cultural conditioning wasn’t enough, fifty years of misspent Federal funds have not only failed to eliminate poverty, but have served to de-incentivize, indeed penalize, ambition and upward motility.

But, of course, Atlanta’s elite Negro Middle Class, has prospered from Federal largess and the guilt of transplanted Northern Whites, and failed to offer even a bootstrap for impoverished Negro neighborhoods and communities, while moving outside the city’s enclaves into middle and upper middle class mixed race suburbs.

For years White liberals and progressives have promulgated policies that wrought destruction on the American Negro Community, even as they have consciously attempted to destroy the tenets of Protestant Anglo-Saxon Culture and replace it with the looser morals and material emphasis of European Political and Philosophical Nihilism. Central to these practices is intolerance of any other extant or competing zeitgeist, particularly religious or racial miens found different or in disagreement with the collective self of the progressive movement. The leaders of this movement, from Debs to Obama, have sought to control the American Negro through recolonization, the impoverishment of the Negro working class, and the assimilation of those “few” negro elites whose intellect or achievements provide “proof” of the value of the social welfare state.

With the exception of White Appalachian Culture, progressive policies of the last half of the Twentieth Century, expanded and continuing into these first years of the Twentieth-First Century have sought not to expand opportunities for Negroes, but to limit them; not to encourage education for Negroes, but to cripple it; nor to assimilate Negroes into Progressive Culture, but to differentiate Negro Culture from the Euroamerican Culture of Progressives, Intellectuals, and the Illuminate who seek to create a class of citizens dependent on the largess and “generosity” of the Progressive Movement.

The devolution of a Church-centered Matriarchal Negro Culture into the contorted, spastic materialist and welfare dependent “African-American” culture which is rife with sexual disease and abuse, drug dependency and incredulous poverty is a manifestation of the work of the progressive movement’s social engineering and not dissimilar to the welfare programs of fascism and communism.
And suddenly, the CDC and Dr. del Rio have noticed that poverty breeds illness, discontent and social collapse? I noticed these conditions Fifty years ago, and I noted then that the progressive programs to remedy them, piggy backed on Civil Rights Issues, were not only inadequate to remedy poverty, but were ineffective in every instance of implementation from their synthesis in the early Nineteenth Century to the time they were proposed in “The War on Poverty.”

The very people with whom I associated, the Harvard’s and Berkeley’s and Chicago’s, the Free Speecher’s, the Campus Radicals, The SDS and the American Communists, Socialists and Progressives, all spoke of the time when all humanity would be equal and no individual would have more than anyone else, except, naturally, those who were the “Leaders.”

This is the reason why there are potholes in the streets of poor communities in Atlanta, and why drugs, disease, prostitution and human trafficking all flourish in those neighborhoods, and why they are ignored and their schools are so very inefficient. They must be controlled, influenced, manipulated, they must be allowed to vote, and they must vote the Party, the Democrat Party, down the line, top to bottom, With every ignorant and compelled vote cast, they draw nearer to control, to absolute power. And absent a miracle, they will win, for our leaders, progressive or repressive, would rather Rule in Hell than serve in Heaven.


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Prince Rogers Nelson, RIP

It’s this Prince thing. I don’t understand this public mourning, this sadness over his death. In fact, I find it disturbing in so many ways.
It is one thing to appreciate the artistic talent of a performer, it is quite another thing to be so emotionally involved with the life of an entertainer, so distraught, so moved, so saddened by his death.

Yesterday, April 21, 2016, he died. So did tens of thousands of other Americans, other people whose lives were just as influential, just as meaningful, and far more important to those who knew them than Prince was to anyone who had never met him.

Prince, I am told by media, by friends, was a great musician, and great performer, a great talent and a cultural icon! So because his music could make your head bob back and forth at a stop light, or make your hips, in fact, your whole body, wiggle and writhe in syncopation with a musical rhythm, while your mind disregarded reason and ignored reality, he was an icon?

He didn’t protect you, he didn’t run into burning buildings and save you, he didn’t practice medicine, he wasn’t a healer or a nurse, he was not a teacher, he didn’t spend his life learning how to better yours, he didn’t teach you how to better the lives of others, or even how to better your own life, he offered no remedy for real pain, for lost love, marriage, divorce, disappointment, depression or despair.

I understand that we, all of us, enjoy an occasional break from the humdrum and boredom of life, but to obsess over the death of one whose great value to society was that he helped people escape from reality, ignore work, prayer, spouse, and their children and willingly enter into a fugue state of denial of individualism, of physical spasticity, of outward and often internalized hysteria and idiosyncratic transcendence and idiopathic onanism, well it’s clear to me that Prince’s great accomplishment was the temporary insanity of humans to no lasting benefit or value to them.

Call me a Puritan, call me a Protestant, argue that people need a break from “Reality,” from the boredom of “everyday” life. I’ll simply respond that if your life is thus, change it! Embrace someone, leave your boring workplace or go on strike, feed the hungry or read a really good book, not one on tape, but one read in your own voice, think of the joys of life and overcome the “pains of living,” which really are not existential for 99.99% of all Americans.

Most of all, stop filling your head with trash, filth, obscenity and your heart with melodrama, angst, romance and stop yearning for a world of escapism. Come back to an authentic life where your thoughts are as important as any entertainers, or politician, or guru, and where you and your friends don’t need to spend hundreds of dollars on concert tickets to be entertained, and where your legacy given your children is not vinyl, or video, but memories of a family laughing, loving, and praying together.

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