The Kvetching

As to the president’s recent announcement of a supreme court nomine, I am intrigued by the Democrats’ touting of fairness and precedence while belaboring the raw power tactics of Mitch McConnell. This accusatory reminds me of Rick’s Café in the film Casablanca wherein Captain Renault announced that he was “shocked, shocked” to see gambling while pocketing his winnings.

Imagine the absurdity of charging a politician from an opposing political party with the utility of raw power politics? Such a charging statement is as ineffective and benign as accusing elected representatives, the New York Times, or CNN of hypocrisy, contrarianism, hyper-exaggeration, or blatant material lying.  

The Biden Harris offerings (if elected) increases taxation for individual and corporate. The implementation of the new green deal. Stacking the Supreme Court, Statehood for a city and territories, universal healthcare, reimaging police departments, free medical care for illegals, paddy cake foreign policies that will enable Iran and China, and only the all-knowing can foresee what else.

In the trenches of the present, governors of the Blue persuasion are doing their very best to stall and diminish revenue growth. Nancy Pelosi is wishing and hoping for an electoral victory instead of agreeing to another stimulus. Biden is doing his best to expose less, risk nothing, and tow the “no man’s land” between moderate, socialist, and progressive.

Assure American values Vote for Trump

Lawful Vs Chaos

Officers of the court, the elected and appointed, all ably supported by the “see no evil in radicalism” management of CNN, ABC, NBC, CNBC, and the leftist cult of the liberal progressive socialist movement have successfully exploited the “I hate Trump” narrative. Ivy league academia populated with Ph.D.’s of this and that. These pedagogues, experts of just about everything, pragmatically inapplicable. Are, for the most part, Haute cultured, well-read contradictory contrarian sophist.

Judge Ginsberg has passed. There is a vacancy on the Supremes. Some have injected the nuances of fairness as a reason not to appoint and confirm a new justice. They plead and cajole, threaten retaliation, call such an appointment a pure harsh unmitigated power grab, appeal to the god of goodness, lollipops, rainbows, and unicorns. To no avail, they languish in their sorrowfulness and blame Trump for their misfortune.

The battle cry of the Democratic Party is “No Biden No Peace.” We have received the warnings of the forthcoming on November 3,4,5,6,7, and onward until the resurrection is forcibly put down.

No governing or human value precedes lawful order; chaos breeds chaos anarchy is foolish and unrealistic. Conservative principles must overwhelm and discipline the riotous inclinations of the dissenters, intransigents, and members of the resistance.

Trump must win!

BLM & ANTIFA

“Tho’ this was a confounded lie, my friend, ‘all is fair in love and war.’ ” This adage most vigorously applies to the tactics, or one might call the “slings, and arrows” of politics in a presidential election year.

The Democratic Party’s wherewithal has erected the resource and fundraising conduit to transform the present socio-economic-judicial-legislative systems of America into a globalist government managed by top-down socialist experts.

Assuming the tactics of Saul Alinsky, recruiting the cadre of useful idiots, sporting contrarianism while practicing anarchism founded on the ideology of nihilism is the open-ended strategy of Black Lives Matter and their ally Antifa.

Allied by the intimidated, by willful opportunist, the feeble-minded, criminals, the misunderstood, better known as the not sympathetically appreciated and the appeal of mindless wanderlust, the ranks of BLM and Antifa fulfilled.

I bet that these boys and girls of BLM and Antifa are not voting for Trump; therefore, by default, their allegiance is to Biden. Will they break from destruction and mayhem to vote well, only time will reveal?

Not wanting to promote even in a limited manner the reelection of Trump, Democratic governors, mayors, and legislators are fearful of righteousness. Doing the right thing, such as accepting federal help (to quell the chaos), lifting coronavirus restrictions, and eliminating the blanket mailing of voter ballots to thousands may aid in Trump’s reelection, so no dice.

This election is consequential…

The Conflict

Within a political setting (Democratic convention), the former presidents, Obama and Clinton have spoken. As if bare-knuckled pugilists of the 1880’s in their damnation of President Trump. They were committed to scurrilous attacks, employing Norman Mailer’s factoids to blend in with artfully designed near-truths and somewhat believable lies.

Democrats have abandoned “The ideal of truth, justice, and the American way” and prolifically embraced institutionalized-systemic racism as the cause de jour. Such is the unreasonable sum of the liberal progressives’ illogical rationalization. Today’s cadre of nonsensical-contrarian obsessive-hypocritical acolytes of social justice-these disenfranchised by edict citizens of color-police harassed, economically stymied, and culturally hampered destroyers of neighborhoods, businesses, and the lives of their fellow citizens require repression.

Unless lawlessness captures the castle and executes all inhabitants, therefore, transcending into the new lawful these mercenaries, practitioners of totalitarian tactics, cannot achieve their hereto opaque intent. Possibly, aging has eroded my ability to deductively deduce; nonetheless, aside from destroying the works and lives of their fellow Americans, their nihilistic ways have achieved nothing.

As if infected by phototaxis, thousands of the young adults are attracted to the light of socialism. They do so with an attitude of we know what’s suitable and beneficial—besieging onlookers that their moral right to destroy is vested in the concept of the collective best.

This next election with a Trump victory will require, in Blue-States jurisdictions, a proclamation of martial law. Unless Trump wins Congress and the Presidency, the upcoming election will settle nothing.

Is It Was It All A Ruse

Is self-rule in the mode of a constitutional republic operationally feasible or is such a mode no more than a theoretical concept, an academic ideal generated by naïve Pollyanna theorist. Possibly the Republic of America is an unintentionally derived, even unwittingly developed ruse. Wherein the words of the 1789 constitution upon application in the real world of manipulative attorneys and schemers enshrouded as elected representatives of the people use ambiguity, artful deceit, and the process of the untimely court system to grasp unfettered power.

When scofflaws, opportunists, and rioters command and control city streets, the law-abiding seek uniformed protection. Sanctioned security denied enables criminals. Fortifies the will of useful idiots and disables the essential workings of government services.

To a significant degree, we only know what we see and hear. Newsgathering and dissemination are a multibillion-dollar industry. All information, regardless of source, is subject to bias. Nonetheless, as readers, listeners, and viewers, we are profoundly dependent on those entities that gather and disseminate. The distinction between opinion and news has become so blended that the differing of objective and subjective is indistinguishable. Seemingly the flow of newsworthy information flows through a gauntlet of accepted (by program producers) ideologically founded narratives. Wherein reporting highlights, the producer’s description and evades and avoids events counter to accepted narratives.

When departments and agencies such as the FBI, D.O.J, and the F.I.S.A Court break the law by using their power to damage a political opponent and political party illegally, with no recourse, we have lost the republic.

The policies of Biden and Harris will erase America as “the home of the brave and land of the free.” Upon their election, the transformation from a Trump economy to a Biden will stifle individual freedom and State rights. The national government will stave out federalism. The nation will evolve into a functionally parliamentary system of governing. A vote for Biden is a vote to end the American way of life.

The Will To Act

Other than the reality that the humans of today have weapons that can destroy the world. Nothing much as changed since a humanoid applied a sharpened object onto a stick.

As a nation-state, we, as with our ancestors, have enemies foreign and domestic. Respective of wishing otherwise figurative and physical walls along with a potent armed force remains a critical defense to our offense. Wars won, or loss did not and does not deter the continuance of warring.

Importantly, however, the United States, since 1945, the most powerful nation within the free world, demonstratively lacked the will to eliminate worldwide threats to democratic principles and governess. From the end of WWII to present, America has expended trillions of dollars, hundreds of thousands of lives, rivers of blood, and gore for little to no measurable gain. Fearful of addressing the apparent and more concerned about the next election, then opening their eyes, political leadership has chosen meaningless words over decisive action. Eisenhower won the presidency by declaring that he will end the war in Korea. NOT if elected, I will ensure victory. Because of such non-action, Korea is a nuclear-armed gangster nation, a rouge menace to world stability.

This nation’s (presumed as enlightened) leaders, when threatened by a foreign enemy, are inclined to seek common ground, find an alternative, and as with governments of the past, exampled by North Korea offer bribes.

We Americans have developed and embraced a naivete more suited for a movie script or a comic book of Superman, Batman, and Captain America, than the actuality of inter-nation contesting.

Americans cannot accept the historical evidence that peace is a sublime idyllic. Peace is a non-achievable ideal and therefore should never be considered an actual policy goal.

It is not if I am right that has stupendous ramifications. It is if those that think and vote other wise are wrong that enables socialism via non-recourse statutory legislation and executive orders that matters.

Abruptly speaking: Withstanding the numerous mistakes of our past, if the Democratic Party wins the next election, America, as we conservatives have known, is trashed. Socialist and socialism will dominate every and all aspects of the heretofore American way of life. China and Russia will have won.

Does Life Have Value?

The fiefdoms of blue-state cities are managed by precedence driven Democratic politicians. Each more interested in their position of power than the citizenry they pledged to serve. Willfully lost in the academia of leftist ideology, steeped in an uncompromising theoretical radicalism and a clinical hatred of President Trump, they, them, and those have adopted violence as the means to an acceptable end.

ANTI FA and their cohorts pledge to end American fascism by utilizing the tools and tactics of totalitarianism. This concept is a contrarian enigma, so befuddling one needs to attend (as a student or professor), Princeton, Yale, or Harvard to comprehend.

Black Lives Matter, expressed or implied by their title, declare that lives are of value. They zero in on black lives suggesting that white lives, not so much; of course, it is white people that monetarily and physically support their efforts. How upside-down crazy is that?

The pretext is that human life is exceptional to all other living beings on the planet.

Within the context of poetic expression, heartfelt words of prose, legal declarations, and general conversation, the affirmation that “life is precious” rings aloud. The adage is considered a truism. Theoretically, and as we wish it were so, precious,  applies to human life. Of course, within the pragmatic world, we all know that such  an idea is utter nonsense.

Acts within and outside the law, to origins rational or incoherent, by means moral or immoral. The answer as to the worthiness of one’s life depends on which of the varying degrees of contingencies and natural consequence apply.

Hypocrisy is an operable and deep-seated human endeavor. We regularly hear that the loss of one life is a tragedy. Well, if that is the truth. Why don’t the highway and byways set and enforce a twenty-five mile an hour speed limit? The cost of transportation will drop by half, insurance by ninety percent, hospitalization due to car accidents almost nonexistent, close to zero deaths, gas prices back to thirty-cents a gallon, and the wear and tear on one’s vehicle negligible.

We all know that expediency is of a higher value than human life. We also acknowledge that living requires killing other living things. Humans eat other animals, fish, fowl, plants, and just about everything else on earth. Unprovoked aggression is an inherent human feature. Defense and offense are tactics learned at a very early age.

Jacob Rees-Mogg Back-up Group

   I took the liberty to edit the distributed original

The letter (below) is an alleged response from Oxford University to black students who demand the university removes the statue of Oxford Benefactor, Cecil Rhodes.

Interestingly, Chris Patten (Lord Patten of Barnes), The Chancellor of Oxford University, was on the Today Program on BBC Radio 4 on precisely the same topic.

The Daily Telegraph headline yesterday was Oxford will not rewrite history. Lord Patten commented that “Education is not indoctrination. History is not a blank page on which one can write our version of what it should have been according to our contemporary views and prejudice.”

To those two students who desire the tearing down of the Rhodes statue:

“Cecil Rhodes’s generous bequest has significantly contributed to the Education and well being of many generations of Oxford students – a good many of them-I dare conjecture was better, brighter and devilishly more deserving than the two of you. One does not necessarily require the approval of everything Rhodes did in his lifetime to benefit from his generosity- but then we don’t have to. Cecil Rhodes died over a century ago.

Autres temps, autres moeurs. If you don’t understand what this means – and it would not remotely surprise us if that were the case – then we think you should ask yourself the question: “Why am I at Oxford?”

Oxford, let me remind you, is the world’s second-oldest extant university. Scholars have been studying here since at least the 11th century. From the 12th-century intellectual renaissance through the Enlightenment and beyond. Our alumni include William of Ockham, Roger Bacon, William Tyndale, John Donne, Sir Walter Raleigh, Erasmus, Sir Christopher Wren, William Penn, Rep. Adam Smith (D-WA), Samuel Johnson, Robert Hooke, William Morris, Oscar Wilde, Emily Davison, Cardinal Newman, Julie Cocks.

We’re a big deal. And most of the people privileged to come and study here are conscious of what a big deal we are. Oxford is their Alma mater – their dear mother – and they respect and revere her accordingly.

And what were your ancestors doing in that period? Living in mud huts, mainly. Sure we’ll concede the short-lived Southern African civilization of Great Zimbabwe. But let’s be brutally honest here. The contribution of the Bantu tribes to modern culture has been zilch. You’ll probably say that’s “racist.” But it’s what we here at Oxford prefer to call “true.”

Perhaps the rules are different at other universities. Black Lives Matter; the creeping relativism of stifling political correctness; what Allan Bloom rightly called “the closing of the American mind.” At Oxford, however, we prefer facts, free and open debate juxtaposed against petty grievance-mongering, identity politics, and empty sloganeering. The day we cease to do so is the day we lose the right to call ourselves the world’s most excellent university. Of course, one is within one’s sovereign to squander the Oxford experience. Interest in the silly and disturbing does not compliment scholarly pursuit. (Though it does make us wonder how stringent the vetting procedure is these days for Rhodes scholarships and even more so, for Mandela Rhodes scholarships), We are used to seeing undergraduates – or, in your case – postgraduates, making idiots of themselves. Just don’t expect us to indulge your idiocy, let alone genuflect before it.

You may be black – “BME” as the grisly modern terminology has it – but we are color blind. We have been educating gifted undergraduates from our former colonies, Empire, Commonwealth, and beyond for many generations. We do not discriminate over sex, race, color, or creed. We do, however, discriminate according to intellect. That means, among other things, that when our undergrads or post grads come up with inanely foolish ideas, we don’t pat them on the back, give them a red rosette and say: “Ooh, you’re black and you come from South Africa. What a clever chap you are!”  No. We prefer to see the quality of those ideas tested in the crucible of public debate. That’s another vital part of the Oxford intellectual tradition you see: you can argue any damn thing you like, but you need to be able to justify it with facts and logic – otherwise, your idea is worthless.

This ludicrous notion you have that a bronze statue of Cecil Rhodes should be removed from Oriel College because it’s symbolic of “institutional racism” and “white slavery.” Well, even if it is – which we dispute – so bloody what? Any undergraduate so feeble-minded that they can’t pass a bronze statue without having their “safe space” violated does not deserve to be here. And besides, if we were to remove Rhodes’s bronze image under the premise that his life wasn’t blemish-free, where would we stop? As one of our alumni, Dan Hannan, has pointed out, Oriel’s other benefactors include two kings so awful – Edward II and Charles I – that their subjects had them killed. The college opposite – Christ Church – was built by a murderous, thieving bully who bumped off two of his wives. Thomas Jefferson kept slaves: does that invalidate the US Constitution? Winston Churchill had unenlightened views about Muslims and India: was he then the wrong man to lead Britain in the war?” We’ll go further than that. Your Rhodes Must Fall campaign is not merely fatuous but ugly, vandalistic, and dangerous. We agree with Oxford historian R W Johnson that what you are trying to do here is no different from what ISIS and the Al-Qaeda have been doing to artifacts in places like Mali and Syria. You are murdering history and who are you, anyway, to be lecturing Oxford University on how it should order its affairs? I understand the two of you originated in South Africa mentored by a black activist famed for declaring: “whites have to be killed.” One of you is the privileged son of a wealthy politician and a member of a party whose slogan is “Kill the Boer; Kill the Farmer.” Another of you, who is only in Oxford as a beneficiary of a Rhodes scholarship, has boasted about the need for “socially conscious black students” to “dominate white universities, and do so ruthlessly and decisively! Great. That’s just what Oxford University needs.

Some cultural enrichment from the land of Winnie Mandela, burning tire necklaces, an AIDS epidemic almost entirely the result of government indifference and ignorance, one of the world’s highest per capital murder rates, institutionalized corruption, tribal politics, anti-white racism, and a collapsing economy. Please name which of the above items you think will enhance the lives of the 22,000 students studying here at Oxford. And then please explain what it is that makes your attention-grabbing campaign to remove a listed statue from an Oxford college more urgent. More deserving than the desire of probably at least 20,000 of those 22,000 students to enjoy their time here unencumbered by the irritation of spoiled, ungrateful little tossers on scholarships. These Black Lives Matter nincompoops don’t hesitate using racial politics and cheap guilt-tripping to ruin the life and fabric of our beloved university. Understand us and understand this clearly: you have everything to learn from us; we have nothing to learn from you.

Mayhem The 2020 Election

Because of the 1607 acceptance of slavery in Jamestown and subsequent statutory approval of enslavement throughout colonial America. The need to fight a civil war to legally eliminate the sin of slavery yet lawfully embrace the Supreme Court doctrine of “separate but equal.” Followed by “Jim Crow”  violations of the Constitution and the suppression of African American voters Americans bare a particular responsibility to Americans of African decent.

Racism has an extensive litany of meanings and characterizations, all culminating in the phobia of otherness. Xenophobic, even supremacist illogicalities, contextualize the feelings and thus the meaningfulness of racism. What is its origin?

As with other animals, humans survive by killing and digesting other living things; fear of other humans is a justifiable fifty thousand-year-old underlying innate. So, from the very beginnings of Homo sapiens life, the concept of us versus them was embedded into the human physic. Remembering that the typical first act of a community was to construct a wall.

Motivated by the competition over resources, greed, envy, and behavioral dysfunction, violent conflict as a reality or in preparedness for such a reality is the central theme of humankind.

Humans are the most dangerous animal on earth. A human’s most lethal predator is another human. It is, therefore, sensible that the co-mingling of suspicion and the fear of other humans’ is a natural response.

Ad hominem attacks are a prevalent method of demonizing another being. In WWI, the Germans were called the Huns, WWII the Japanese were Nips, Vietnam the Gooks, the list of such name-calling is voluminous and common.

The content above attempts an explanation of the how and why of our present situation. Of course, the destroyers, looters, assailants, Ne’er-do-well bystanders of our cities inclusive of office holding leaders careless to not-at-all about halting the protesting mob; they are frightful incompetent cowards.

“Black lives matter,” forbade the acceptance that all lives matter. Are followers and sympathizers of BLK point-blank zeroed in on intolerance? Does this organization seek domination of thought through harassment, intimidation, and physical coercion? Absolutely! Is BLK justified? Hell no!

In a polite enlightened society, disagreements settled by-elections indicate that law and order have prevailed. I fear our present divide is so vast the forthcoming election will not be accepted.

In every measurable way, the 2020 election will not constrict to lawful obedience. The Democrats will not support a Trump victory nor restrict their actions to the proper and legal. Disorder, mayhem, and blatant disregard will rule the day.

Law Order or Chaos

There is a definitive definition of the morally good; knowing right from wrong is the basis, the keystone of lawful conduct.  At a very young age, one has a working comprehension of what is right and what is wrong. The know-how of one from the other did not however deter (from time to time) the wrong from societal prevalence.

Therefore, lawlessness is a common phenomenon. Any grouping of humans consisting of more than one is subject to criminal acts. Coercion and incarceration vetted through the governing system is the mainstay of law and order. Respective of one’s belief in a righteous protest, chaos is not a lively alternative to order.

Humankind suffers from (a clinical diagnostic) behavioral dysfunction. Prompted by the known such as greed, jealousy, hate, and predominated by the behavior of unknown catalyst. Society is, for most of recorded history, at war, at crime, at some antisocial counter-cultural endeavor. Therefore, humans and their governmental creations require askant surveillance. A person in power, even when legitimately placed, cannot be blindly entrusted.

The Constitution, because of hundreds of judicial and legislative alterations, revisions, adjustments, and whimsical interpretations, is no longer the safeguard of liberty and justice for all. Attorneys and their lawsuits have perverted the meaningfulness of free enterprise. The existence of truth and fairness has nothing to do with a just judicial system when settling a case cost less than winning.

The mania of a mob has no conscious. It is energized by the amok of bewildering sentiments resulting in psycho-pathological behavior.

America is once again in a crisis. The hatred of President Trump, as the media reports is bugling throughout. Violent conflict and general discontent has suppressed the commonness of rational deduction and reasonable action. We are a few steps away from roving gangs of ideologically motivated vigilantes beating down opposing points of view with baseball bats