To Democrats who are salivating the elevation to the Oval Office of a fraudulent President on January 20, 2021, let me remind them of President Trump’s admonition to his detractors and encouragement to his loyal supporters: “Our incredible journey is just beginning.”
Some call the leftist rioting and looting a civil war. I don’t. I call it a communist revolution.
I do object to acts of violence by the right and left, and call for the perpetrators of these acts to be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Nevertheless, I cringe at the revolving-door policies of leftist prosecutors and judges for freeing the rioters and looters who participated in the destruction of businesses and other heinous crimes after a few days or even hours in jail.
But no one can deny – with the fake-news media outlets being the exception – that the majority of gatherings of supporters of President Trump qualify as “peaceful protests,” while those from the left are “violent protests” filled with criminal acts and disrespect for law-enforcement officers.
I purposely label the civil obedience of leftist groups and many Democrats as a communist revolution because their goal is the suppression of democracy and all civil liberties. It’s what the Chinese communists are doing to punish the democracy protesters in Hong Kong, and it’s also what they did in Tiananmen Square in 1989. Communists stand for stomping the spirit of the people and the elimination of all religions – especially Christianity.
Communists value the Communist Party above the well-being of its citizens. This explains their strong support for abortion and the one-child policy in Communist China as a means of population control. It explains why Fidel Castro spent the bulk of the Soviet Union’s subsidies in exporting communist revolutions to Africa, the Caribbean, Central America, and Latin America, while ignoring the economic needs of the Cuban population. It is why communist support the gender identity policies as a means of destroying the nuclear family that forms the foundation of western civilization.
As American writer Whittaker Chambers, who was once a Communist, indicated: “Political freedom, as the Western world has known it, is only a political reading of the Bible. Religion and freedom are indivisible. Without freedom, the soul dies. Without the soul, there’s no justification for freedom.” Vladimir Lenin would agree with Chambers. Lenin once wrote in a letter: “Every religious idea, every idea of God, even flirting with the idea of God, is unutterable vileness…vileness of the most dangerous kind.” He concluded that “religion is the opium for the people” – echoing Karl Marx’s quote that “religion is a sort of spiritual booze.”
President Trump’s message to his loyal supporters mirrors the one that Pope John Paul II gave the Polish people on his famous visit to Poland in June 1979: “Be not afraid.” Despite Poland being a satellite of the Soviet Union at the time of his visit, the Pope knew that the forces of Christianity and freedom would overcome the forces of communism. And they did!
Russian novelist and philosopher Dostoevsky reached the same conclusion when he stated that “problem with communism is not an economic problem. The problem of communism is the problem of atheism.” A reliance on a secular ideology that places a materialistic world above the sanctity of the human spirit and life is doomed to failure.
In a 1962 sermon delivered at the Ebenezer Baptist Church, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., answered the question of “Can a Christian be a communist? I answer that question with an emphatic “no.” These two philosophies are diametrically opposed. The basic philosophy of Christianity is unalterably opposed to the basic philosophy of communism, and all of the dialectics of the logician cannot make them lie down together. They are contrary philosophies.” When Black Lives Matter’s cofounder Patrisse Cullors describes herself and co-founder Alicia Garza as “trained Marxists,” they stand in direct opposition to the words of wisdom preached by the most prominent leader of the civil rights movement. The leaders of the BLM movement are not seeking justice. They seek the destruction of America!
As we celebrate the 401th anniversary in 2021 of the Pilgrims landing at Plymouth, Massachusetts, let’s not forget that that among the key reasons for their migration to America was their search for better religious freedom, limited self-government, and an elementary form of capitalism. It is ironic that today’s Democrats are trying to eliminate the essential freedoms that the Pilgrims sought in America!
So, my dear Trump supporters, January 20, 2021, is not the end of our fight for the restoration of the rule of law, freedom, and democracy to our beloved country. It not the end of our fight to retain the history and values that the Pilgrims and our Founding Fathers willed to us. It is not the time to hibernate in our basement bunkers.
January 20, 2021, is a beginning when we have to be in full alert to prevent the abolition of the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, and the Bill of Rights.
President Trump’s words of encouragement must serve as reminder of the lyrics of Lee Greenwood’s uplifting song:
“And I’m proud to be an American, where at least I know I’m free
And I won’t forget the men who died, who gave that right to me
And I’d gladly stand up next to you and defend her still today
‘Cause there ain’t no doubt I love this land! God bless the U.S.A.”
Time to get busy and not to give up! Like the phoenix rises from its ashes, Trump supporters will also see the resurrection of their leader again. President Trump’s announcement that he will not attend Biden’s Inauguration on January 20th is the first warning shot!