“Psychopolitics: The art and science of convincing half of the country that President Trump colluded with the Russians and the other half that he is draining the swamp.” – David Risselada, Psychopolitics in America, 3.
Last week, disgraced FBI investigator Robert Mueller testified to Congress relative to his recent report exonerating Donald Trump of collusion with Russia in the 2016 election. In the midst of his shockingly incoherent, uncoordinated, and bumbling testimony, Mueller did make at least one accurate statement. He said that Russian interference in American politics is one of the most serious threats to our Republic. In this he was correct. However, he lied about whose side the Russians are backing.
For two and a half years, the controlled Establishment media has been peddling the lie that Donald Trump colluded with Russia to steal the election and subvert America. The reality is that this insidious myth was concocted in Moscow. Those who believe the Trump-Russia collusion tall tale are actually believing good old-fashioned Russian lies.
In 2016, Fusion GPS – a private intelligence firm run by defunct British spy Christopher Steele – was hired to look into presidential candidate Donald Trump. Before long, the contract was dropped and then later picked up by the Democratic National Committee. Steele wrote a series of memoranda which came to be known as the Steele Dossier. Steele himself admitted that he could not verify many of the allegations of Trump-Russia collusion made in his own report! Yet, made them he did. And the Obama Administration, the FBI, the Democratic Party, and the Establishment media ran with the lie and have tried to drum it into the American consciousness in a vain attempt to make it stick.
It should make the discerning person pause to know that Christopher Steele’s sources are Russian. The entire Steele Dossier – upon which the Trump-Russia collusion lie was based – was concocted from anonymous Russian sources! If this doesn’t raise red flags – no pun intended – I don’t know what does.
Not only does the spurious information about Donald Trump come from anonymous sources in Putin’s Russia, but the primary American accusers are known communists! James Comey, Obama-appointed head of the FBI from 2013-2017 who presided over the beginning phases of the Trump-Russia collusion hysteria, has admitted that he was once a communist. John Brennan, Obama-appointed head of the CIA from 2013-2017, was also a communist who admitted that he voted for Gus Hall, the Communist Party USA presidential candidate. These two communist traitors helped breathe life – false life – into the Trump-Russia myth. Yet, otherwise good people believe the lies spun by these traitors!
Numerous so-called “experts” have written books detailing the alleged (and fake) collusion. This inglorious list includes avowed leftists such as Malcolm Nance, Michael Isikoff, Michael Wolff, Michael Hayden, and Jim Acosta. Other leftists in the intelligence community such as Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Robert Mueller, and James Clapper aided in these efforts by illegally spying on Donald Trump and using their positions of influence to demonize an innocent man. Still other leftists in government like Adam Schiff, Rod Rosenstein, and Jerry Nadler have used the flawed allegations put forward by the Malcolm Nances and Christopher Steeles of the world to continue the charade despite President Trump being exonerated by the Mueller probe – an exhaustive investigation initiated on fraudulently-obtained FISA warrants and false allegations from Russian sources that cost the American public many millions of dollars.
The Communist Party USA has also weighed in on Donald Trump. Before we cite what the CPUSA has said about the president, let’s recall the words of communist defector Louis Francis Budenz about the Communist Party. In his excellent exposé Men Without Faces: The Communist Conspiracy in the U.S.A., Budenz warned about this radical organization. Said he: “[A] group of people so completely under foreign-dictatorship control is not a legitimate political party. It is an arm of the conspiracy directed by that foreign power; in other words, an alien fifth column” (Budenz, Men Without Faces, 34).
This fifth column will go to great lengths to smear enemies of the communist world revolution. Budenz explained:
“The Reds are organized experts in lying – but the lies in which the Red engages are those that will aid the cause and the party. In such circumstances, according to the peculiar ethics of the Communist, it is right, not wrong, to lie. The Communist will not hesitate to spread scandalous falsehoods about a man or woman who has been declared to be an enemy of the party. He will do all in his power to get non-Communists to accept and spread the same malicious slanders. On the witness stand, he will resort to perjury, if necessary, to protect the interest of his party. But this is done under party orders and for party purposes, and is regarded as a cardinal feature of Communist morality” (Budenz, Men Without Faces, 31).
In adherence to their perverse version of morality, American communists have come out in droves to lambast Donald Trump and smear him with false collusion claims, erroneous allegations of mental illness, assertions that he is unstable and dangerous, lies that he’s racist and bigoted, claims that he is a “Nazi” and a “fascist,” and so forth. The “Nazi” allegation is one that the communists particularly love to use against Constitutionalists, conservatives, and anyone who opposes the insidious spread of communism. And because we have been so propagandized regarding the truth about Hitler and World War II, we fall for this Red hysteria. Don’t fall for it.
Since 2016, the Communist Party has kept up a running smear campaign aimed at Donald Trump – hardly something they would do if Trump was on their side! On October 16, 2016 – at the height of the presidential election – the CPUSA portrayed Donald Trump as a conspiracy theorist and attacked him as a “fascist” whose campaign presented “new dangers to democracy.” They said that a Hillary Clinton victory would help them derail “the growing fascist threat that Trump and his supporters are promoting.” If you were not aware, the Communist Party USA openly promoted Hillary Clinton in 2016.
In an October 25, 2016 article, the Communist Party hosted the Cuban communist Ricardo Alarcon who declared that “the only way to defeat [Donald Trump] is Hillary Clinton.” He referred to “Trumpism,” calling it “a disease that corrodes US society and threatens humanity.” The CPUSA was fully behind Clinton’s campaign in 2016 – not Donald Trump’s. Yet people have the audacity to claim Russia helped Trump cheat Clinton out of a win!
The communists’ attacks have been relentless since Donald Trump upset their hopes in 2016. For example, on October 20, 2018, the CPUSA made an extensive case for why they believe Donald Trump is a fascist. They cited the “classic definition” of fascism thus: “Fascism is the open terroristic dictatorship of the most reactionary sections of finance capital.” They then said: “Both Trump’s campaign and administration have direct ties to reactionary sections of finance capital.” In other words, the communists equate President Trump’s administration with fascism and “terroristic dictatorship.” More overtly, the article compared Trump’s administration to Mussolini’s government, Hitler’s Third Reich, and “the dictatorships in Europe and Latin America [that] were fueled by racism, anti-Semitism and last, but not least, anti-communism.” Yet we are to believe that Donald Trump is on the communist payroll? Laughable! People who believe this need to take a serious gut check and wake up to reality.
In recent months, the Communist Party has been on a roll accusing the president and his supporters of “Red-baiting.” They love to raise the specter of McCarthyism despite the fact that Senator McCarthy was not only correct in his assertion that communists had infiltrated our government, but fell far short in the scope of his accusations.
In a commentary on President Trump’s 2019 State of the Union remarks, the current chairman of the CPUSA, John Bachtell, lamented that the president’s “demagogic and fear mongering remarks were laced with anti-communism and anti-socialism. This served two purposes. First, to paint all Democrats as dangerous radicals and socialists, who pose a domestic threat to American values and then to drive that wedge in the anti-extreme right electoral alliance.” To translate a bit, the communists see themselves as an “anti-extreme right” group. That is, “anti-fascist” or “anti-Nazi” a la Antifa. They see all their enemies as “fascists” and “Nazis” and “right-wing extremists.” When you hear this propaganda line repeated by the mainstream press, Hollywood, academia, etc., know that it is the Communist Party line.
Earlier this summer, John Bachtell continued his attacks by calling President Trump “a gangster masquerading as president.” He then declared the current communist objective in these words:
“The aim is to oust Trump and the Republican Senate majority, defend the Democratic House majority, and break the GOP domination of governorships and state legislatures, which includes supporting candidates from their ranks, including communists.”
In order to “oust Trump” and thwart anyone like him getting into office, the Communist Party USA has for several years now openly allied itself with the Democratic Party (which is itself controlled by closet communists). This alliance will only grow stronger as Democrats burn their bridges and openly embrace Bernie Sanders-style Democratic Socialism and then, eventually, full-fledged communism. The Communist Party-Democratic alliance has highlighted one fact: Donald Trump, and that which he represents, is in the crosshairs of the enemy.
If President Trump is working with Russia or for the communists, why do they hate him so much and spend so much time tarnishing his reputation and undermining his administration? The Lord taught us that if Satan’s kingdom is divided against itself cannot stand, therefore it will not be divided against itself (Matthew 12:24-26). With this in mind, I say that every honest and discerning individual must realize that the entire Trump-Russia collusion narrative is phony. The truth is that it was concocted in Moscow and is promoted by communists and leftists in America. That the mainstream media – which is Marxist in nature and outlook – has backed this fable should make rational people wary of believing it. Why would the Marxists abroad, in media, in intelligence organizations, in government, in academia, etc., oppose Donald Trump if he was on their payroll or working for them? It is illogical in the extreme to believe this.
Some people have ignored these basic logical inferences and have pointed to the sad fact that President Trump has made some very stupid decisions as president as “proof” that he is in bed with the enemy. That he has made some absurd decisions is without question. The he has the political acumen of a gnat is also without question. And the record of his life of immorality is likewise beyond dispute. Yet, does this mean he is part of the conspiracy or secretly on the communist payroll? No.
Newt Gingrich once said that the reason Donald Trump is so hated is that he does not belong to the secret cabal that rules in Washington and the various power centers of the globe. He noted: “[H]e’s an outsider. He’s not them. He’s not part of the club. He’s uncontrollable . . . he hasn’t been through the initiation rites. He didn’t belong to the secret society.” And that, ladies and gentlemen, is the core of the issue: For as idiotic and immoral as Trump often is, he is not a formal member of the Luciferian cult that hijacked the world. Trump does not promote Satanic communism and, thus, is at odds with the ruling core of the conspiracy – all of his very real flaws notwithstanding.
Let’s remember who Donald Trump is. He is a businessman and sees everything through this lens. Since he looks at politics as a businessman, President Trump thinks any “deals” are progress, no matter how many principles and promises must be compromised to make them. He is willing to rub shoulders with shady folks like communist dictators in order to “make a deal.” He, as well as most folks, thinks “getting things done” is a good thing. Personally, I want to see less action; far, far less. Yet, “action” is seen as the hallmark of success these days, so President Trump does everything he can, and meets with whomever he can, in order to “make deals.”
Some of the deals the president has made are horrendous while others have been beneficial. Though I did not vote for him and will not be voting for him in 2020, President Trump is the best president in my lifetime and we can thank his administration for getting us out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Paris Climate Accords, putting a spotlight on the invasion we know as illegal immigration, arresting thousands of human traffickers, standing up in at least a small way to the United Nations, cutting a certain number of federal regulations, and so forth. Yet, President Trump is flawed and has allowed himself to be manipulated, talked down from his tough stances, etc.
For instance, the president’s brokering of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) is a prime example of his constitutional illiteracy and lack of political sense. President Trump sees the USMCA as a “win” because it is a “deal” – a “deal” he brokered! Yet, the USMCA is essentially NAFTA 2.0 and would be a blow to our sovereignty. The New American observed:
“The USMCA is being championed as a “better deal” by President Trump, and if Americans don’t show their disapproval, the Deep State may ride the Trump train to congressional approval for the USMCA and derail American sovereignty in the process. Both President Trump and USTR Robert Lighthizer (shown), a veteran CFR member, have touted the USMCA as a model of all future trade agreements, underscoring its importance. . . .
“After less than two years of negotiations, the USMCA was released early on October 1, 2018 on the USTR website for the public to read. It runs for 1,809 pages — 1,572 pages for the treaty chapters, 214 pages for additional annexes, and 23 pages of side letters. Obviously, the mammoth size of the agreement should set off alarm bells that much more is involved than “free trade,” which should mean the absence of government intervention.
“Of course, President Trump does not see it that way — at least not yet. “This is a terrific deal, for all of us,” he announced later that morning from the Rose Garden. “Once approved by Congress, this new deal will be the most modern, up-to-date, and balanced trade agreement in the history of our country, with the most advanced protections for workers ever developed.” Taking the president’s words at face value, one might think that NAFTA is dead and that the USMCA is a huge win for America that will safeguard its national sovereignty. Unfortunately, his rhetoric belies the reality. The pact is even worse than NAFTA regarding undermining American sovereignty and self-determination, in favor of North American integration extending beyond trade to include labor and environmental policies. It is, in fact, so bad that the globalists who had lambasted Trump for renegotiating NAFTA praised him afterward.”
Additionally, President Trump’s meetings with North Korean communist dictator Kim Jong-un have done nothing but buy time for the Koreans to continue their preparations for war and legitimize the brutal regime in the eyes of the downtrodden Korean people. Urging détente and “peace” talks is a common communist tactic. These times of peace are always used to gain an advantage over the gullible West. We should have learned from experience decades ago that communists do not make deals with anyone unless those deals benefit them and promote their Satanic criminal conspiracy. President Trump, lacking any real understanding of the workings of the internationalist conspiracy, plays into their hands by delaying tough actions in favor of “peace” talks and diplomacy.
A third example of the president’s ability to be hoodwinked and swayed by his duplicitous advisers is the 2nd Amendment issue. President Trump is weak on our right to keep and bear arms. Last year I penned an article on the president’s knee-jerk response to the suspicious Las Vegas shooting. President Trump succumbed to the loud voices of the minority who called for “action” on guns. To appease the crowd, he made a “deal.” He overstepped his authority and violated the Constitution by banning bump stocks – a constitutionally-protected gun accessory that increases the rate of fire of a weapon. It was yet another episode that demonstrated President Trump’s unfitness for office.
Again, President Trump has done numerous good things despite occasionally falling victim to the voices enticing him to promote the Establishment’s agenda. The fact that he has been so castigated and hated by the Establishment press, the other branches of government, academia, Hollywood, both major political parties, and international governments and organizations is evidence that he is not all bad and that, at least on some issues, he has struck a nerve with the conspiracy.
More than anything, the war on President Trump is a war on perception. President Trump is perceived by a large swath of the population as an America-first political outsider who wants to “drain the swamp,” stop the invasion of illegal aliens, boost the economy, fight political correctness, and make our nation great again. It doesn’t matter whether this is true or not – what matters is that people think it is. And it is that perception that is dangerous to the Establishment. Optimism is contagious. If the “common people” come to believe that they actually have the power to change how Washington operates and that they can once again reclaim their country and be proud to be Americans, that emboldens them to speak out and stand up against the tyranny. When the American People do this, the hostile Elite that have hijacked our nation begin to lose power.
A moment in the movie A Bug’s Life illustrates this principle. You’ll recall that the antagonist, Hopper, is a surly grasshopper who oppresses the ants and extracts tribute from them in the form of food. Hopper is worried because an ant stood up to him. His henchmen laugh and shrug it off. After all, it was only one lone ant. What could he do? Seeing the bigger picture, Hopper warned his comrades: “If you let one ant stand up to us, then they all might stand up. Those puny little ants outnumber us a hundred to one. And if they ever figure that out, there goes our way of life. It’s not about food; it’s about keeping those ants in line.”
President Trump is just one man; a very flawed man who in and of himself poses no real threat to the Marxist Establishment and often unwittingly promotes their agenda. However, because he is perceived by the majority of the American People as a symbol of resistance to the “Deep State” or “swamp,” he is dangerous. Again, this is a perception war – and the Trump-Russia collusion myth manufactured in Russia was an attempt to poison the public’s minds against what they thought Trump stood for.
More than perhaps any other thing, President Trump has forced people to show their true colors – either for or against Americanism. The radicals have become even more radicalized, violent, and volatile while the humble American patriots have become emboldened and more nationalistic and zealous for Freedom. The anti-Americans among us are finally tearing off their masks and admitting that they’re communists who hate the Constitution and oppose the Christian and moral principles our Republic was founded upon. We cannot allow them to extinguish the flame of Freedom beginning to grow in the hearts of many Americans who have been asleep or apathetic for far too long.
I believe that those who promote the debunked and fraudulent Trump-Russia collusion myth do great harm to America. Congressman Devin Nunes concurred and wrote a recent article about the absurdity of the Trump-Russia “collusion” sideshow and how damaging it has been to our Republic:
“As the Russia collusion hoax hurtles toward its demise, it’s important to consider how this destructive information operation rampaged through vital American institutions for more than two years, and what can be done to stop such a damaging episode from recurring.
“While the hoax was fueled by a wide array of false accusations, misleading leaks of ostensibly classified information, and bad-faith investigative actions by government officials, one vital element was indispensable to the overall operation: the Steele dossier.
“Funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democrat National Committee, which hid their payments from disclosure by funneling them through the law firm Perkins Coie, the dossier was a collection of false and often absurd accusations of collusion between Trump associates and Russian officials. These allegations, which relied heavily on Russian sources cultivated by Christopher Steele, were spoon-fed to Trump opponents in the U.S. government, including officials in law enforcement and intelligence. . . .
“It is astonishing that intelligence leaders did not immediately recognize they were being manipulated in an information operation or understand the danger that the dossier could contain deliberate disinformation from Steele’s Russian sources. In fact, it is impossible to believe in light of everything we now know about the FBI’s conduct of this investigation, including the astounding level of anti-Trump animus shown by high-level FBI figures like Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, as well as the inspector general’s discovery of a shocking number of leaks by FBI officials.
“It’s now clear that top intelligence officials were perfectly well aware of the dubiousness of the dossier, but they embraced it anyway because it justified actions they wanted to take — turning the full force of our intelligence agencies first against a political candidate and then against a sitting president.
“The hoax itself was a gift to our nation’s adversaries, most notably Russia. The abuse of intelligence for political purposes is insidious in any democracy. It undermines trust in democratic institutions, and it damages the reputation of the brave men and women who are working to keep us safe. This unethical conduct has had major repercussions on America’s body politic, creating a yearslong political crisis whose full effects remain to be seen.”
Yes, the false Trump-Russia “collusion” narrative has been a great boon to the communists and has done much to undermine and weaken our Republic! Unfortunately, many otherwise good folks have fallen for the ruse. Some decent individuals have become so carried away with their hatred of Donald Trump that they see in him nothing but evil and refuse to even acknowledge when he does something good such as end our involvement with the TPP or the U.N. Human Rights Council. Some, because they know of the machinations of the Reds and rightly see communism as an all-pervasive cancer that affects all branches of government and contaminates all facets of society, wrongly believe that every member of the government is involved or on their payroll. I caution against this sort of faulty logic.
As noted, President Trump does not help his case by occasionally following the international Marxist agenda and legitimizing communist dictators by dealing with them. The president does not understand the conspiracy aimed at taking down America. Oh, to be sure, he has vowed that “America will never be a socialist country.” Yet, he doesn’t recognize that many of his own hand-selected advisers are members of that vicious cabal and are attempting to undermine him at every step. And President Trump’s character flaws also allow him to be swayed by flattery or popular clamoring.
The plot to undermine President Trump’s administration was hatched abroad in Moscow. Indeed, the plan to undermine every president who even thinks about opposing any portion of communism or who thinks he can rally the nation behind Americanist principles was concocted decades ago by the Bolsheviks. Because of what he symbolizes, President Trump has been the target of a well-coordinated and venomous smear campaign and psyop perhaps unrivaled in our nation’s history.
In his phenomenal book Psychopolitics in America: A Nation Under Conquest, which I cannot recommend too highly, David Risselada explained the communist tactic of employing psychological tactics to manipulate and destroy their enemies. The communists have devoted much effort to convince Americans that they are mentally unstable, that their leaders are literally insane, and that the only cure is to abandon traditional Americanism and embrace the Marxist worldview. Risselada wrote:
“Psychopolitics is a method of mind control that employs the use of fear, torture, psychotropic drugs and blackmail and which seeks to turn a person from his previous loyalties towards Communism . . . the United States is a nation marked for conquest, and most of what we see occurring around us is carefully contrived propaganda designed to give the illusion that the country we live in is sick, and we would be better served if we as Americans abandoned our outdated ideas about individual liberty and surrendered our authority to a world Communist body” (Risselada, Psychopolitics in America, 8).
Risselada then pinpointed several specific cases in which the enemy is attempting to paint the president – and anyone who shares these views – as crazy, irrational, or dangerous. The president’s stance on stopping the invasion of illegal immigrants is one example. Resselada wrote:
“The Left is using the issue of illegal immigration to push for open borders and the elimination of America’s national identity. They are also using it to discredit Donald Trump, as he is being portrayed as a heartless dictator who is locking up poor children seeking asylum in the United States. . . .
“What President Trump is currently dealing with is an overwhelming problem of illegal immigrants crossing our border because the Left has virtually made it legal to do so. The Hegelian Dialectic is in play here, as this issue has been allowed to grow out of control for several decades to create a public demand for a solution, and that solution is being presented as amnesty. . . .
“The Left is now using this issue to present Trump’s actions as morally reprehensible so they can get their voting base worked up and mobilized. While doing so, they have once again shown the world just how low they are willing to go to present something as a crisis which must immediately be solved” (Risselada, Psychopolitics in America, 225, 227).
Furthermore, Risselada weighed in on the Trump-Russia collusion myth, writing:
“The idea that Donald Trump colluded with the Russians is laughable, at best. The Russian influence in our country is certainly real; however, the Russians would be more interested in seeing a far-left party come to power, as left-wing ideology is more in line with Communist objectives. . . .
“The most outrageous aspect of this fake investigation is the fact that despite no evidence, it continues, in spite of actual evidence of crimes committed by Hillary Clinton, the primary one being the Uranium One scandal that allowed Russia to control a huge portion of America’s uranium reserves while enriching the Clintons through donations in the millions to their Clinton Foundation. Furthermore, to add to the outrage, Robert Mueller was head of the FBI while all of this occurred. It could reasonably be concluded that the attempts to pin Russian meddling in the election on Donald Trump are nothing more than an effort to distract the public from the fact that the Clintons profited greatly by actually doing so!
“It is also becoming clear that the real collusion took place between the Russians and the Clinton campaign. This makes more sense, as Putin, a former KGB agent who most likely aligns himself with Communist ideals, is going to want a US president who seeks to weaken America on the world stage, not one that seeks to “make her great again.” One of the goals of the Communist Party has always been to create the illusion in the mind of Americans that disarming our military and nuclear arsenal is a sign of moral strength” (Risselada, Psychopolitics in America, 263, 266-267).
Yes, the real colluding culprits are the ones pointing the finger and Donald Trump. Those who scream the loudest about “collusion!” are merely projecting their own sins on the president. Projection is a common communist tactic. From the beginning, communists have blamed their opposition for things they themselves were guilty of. For instance, it was the Soviets who murdered thousands of Polish officers in the Katyn Forest during World War II, yet the Soviet propagandists yelled so loud and so long that the “Nazis” did it, that the lie stuck. Only recently has it become generally accepted that the Soviets lied and that Germany was innocent of this massacre. And when a Dutch communist burned down the German Reichstag in 1933 as part of a larger campaign of Bolshevik violence and terrorism against Hitler’s avowedly anti-communist government, the propagandists spun the event to frame the National Socialists for the tragedy – a lie repeated to this day. The same thing happens today in politics.
Indeed, not only do communists project problems, they create them out of thin air in order to exploit them to their advantage. The Russian Alexander Markovsky explained the communist penchant for conflict creation. He said:
“[I]f you want to change a society, here is Lenin’s script: cause the problem. Spread the misery. Send a cadre of professional community organizers to unite all of the angry and disinherited spirits to fuel an organized revolt. Entice chaos and violence. Exploit chaos for larger political objectives. Blame your political opponents, demonize and criminalize them” (in Cliff Kincaid, The Sword of Revolution and the Communist Apocalypse, 41).
Markovsky was exactly correct. Problem. Reaction. Solution. The communists create a problem and fan the flames into an inferno that people cannot ignore; they channel the organic public outrage toward the object – whether person, idea, or institution – targeted for destruction; and, once the old system is burned down, they provide a “solution” that people will readily accept as long it promises to end the chaos and reestablish order.
Creating the Trump collusion myth was a stroke of genius that has certainly sparked a blaze of chaos, confusion, bitterness, resentment, and hatred. People are so blinded by propaganda that they have become violent and vengeful. The communist terrorist group Antifa has taken to the streets and routinely attacks people and property. They are now arming themselves and have been threatening to overthrow the government. But even people less inclined to riot in the streets have become radicalized. This radicalization has poisoned their relationships and made them bitter and cynical.
The communists are masters at tapping into this hatred, cynicism, and bitterness and channeling it into radicalism. They radicalize and mobilize women by telling them they are victims of some “oppressive patriarchy.” They radicalize and mobilize blacks and minorities by making them out to be victims of alleged “racism” by whites. They radicalize and mobilize people suffering from homosexuality and transgenderism by making them feel victimized by “heterosexual bigots.” And on and on.
The same tactics are being used to galvanize and radicalize anti-Trump fanatics. Often, these radicals have been duped into believing that Donald Trump symbolizes the rise of an “intolerant,” “bigoted,” “racist,” “homophobic,” “white supremacist,” “Nazi,” “nationalist,” “Christian” theocracy that will trample their rights. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve read this sentiment online. People are so out of touch that they believe that Christian America is on the rise and that we are a threat to the Liberty of the nation. In truth, Wicca is the fastest growing religion in America, Satanism is becoming popularized, New Age practices are found everywhere, and people are openly marching with hammer and sickle flags and assaulting American patriots with impunity.
So much of the recent violence and radicalization of this sort is attributable to the lie that Donald Trump colluded with Russia to swindle the election and screw the American People. Again I repeat that those who promote this myth are endangering the nation. They are adding fuel to the inferno of hatred and bitterness. They are encouraging those who, suffering an acute form of mental derangement produced by the avalanche of malicious lies, need a major dose of truth to recover. Please stop and think about what you’re contributing to when you repeat the Russian-born, communist-promoted lie that Donald Trump is on the communist payroll.
America is at war. The Satanic communist conspiracy seeks to overthrow our God-inspired Constitution, thrash our noble traditions, crucify Christianity, split apart families, destroy our Freedom, and devour our People. When we allow their myths to spread and gain a place in our hearts, we are promoting their world revolution. Please, wake up to the awful reality that you are under attack and that this war is primarily ideological and psychological. We must develop a high sense of discernment if we are to survive this struggle.
I end this article with an old, yet eerily timely, statement by the venerable Ezra Taft Benson regarding the struggle we find ourselves in. Ponder it. Take it to heart. And act to preserve our Faith, Families, and Freedom before it is everlastingly too late.
“Let’s get one thing straight at the very beginning. International communism is the self-avowed enemy of every loyal American. It has declared war against us and fully intends to win. The war in which we are engaged is total. Although its main battlefields are psychological, political and economic, it also encompasses revolution, violence, terror and limited military skirmishes. If we should lose this war, the conquering enemy’s wrath against our people and our institutions will result in one of the greatest blood-baths of all history. Call it a “cold war” if it makes you feel better, but our freedom and our very lives are the stakes of this contest” (Ezra Taft Benson, An Enemy Hath Done This, 165).
July 30, 2019.
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