When the Deranged Want to “Deprogram” the People
We are deranged, apparently. But rest easy. It is the clinically deranged calling us that.
Once upon a time in December 2019, in a long lost world before Covid, on the day House Democrats voted to impeach him, President Donald Trump posted the following on Twitter:
It wasn’t hyperbole or fearmongering. It didn’t take Donald Trump going down an escalator in June 2015 to awaken Americans to the fact that there was an enemy. Americans just didn’t know exactly how many heads and tentacles that monster had.
The message was clear. Back then the enemy of the people was called the swamp. Now you will hear even Trump calling it the Deep State, although it could be labeled any number of things. I like to throw around the term ‘globalist maniacs’ and I really don’t know why. That’s just the term that comes to mind, maybe because they’re globalists and they’re maniacs.
Truly deranged, if you listen to them for just ten minutes.
Them calling anyone else deranged is a textbook case of psychological projection, and every time they do it lately, they see the boomerang of America’s disgust and resistance circle right back at them. Going after Trump time and time again for the exact same things they do and have always done with impunity is example after example of this. They keep making the same mistakes for everyone to see, which either lends even more credibility that there is a continuity of government operation in place or makes their playbook look paltry and pathetic.
In my opinion, Donald Trump was then, and it seems even is now–given how much the whole establishment is still aimed at destroying him–the only thing standing between us and them, the maniacs who are out to accelerate the enslavement of humanity they started decades and decades ago.
Think that is a melodramatic overstatement? Just look at how much money is taken out of your check every month. That isn’t supposed to happen, and we just continue to go along with it. We are absolutely slaves to a system and many of us don’t even know it.
That is what this Great Awakening is all about.
Hillary Clinton. Bill Gates. Klaus Schwab. World Economic Forum. World Health Organization…
Ten minutes, tops.
Trump’s 2019 meme was a symbol of hope for awakening Americans four years ago, and it can be that same symbol of hope today. In recent days, the rhetoric against the America First movement has ramped up again, perhaps most notably when Hillary Clinton said of Trump supporters, “At some point, you know, maybe there needs to be a formal deprogramming of the cult members.”
No, we don’t know, Hillary.
Watch the linked video and you’ll see that this wasn’t said in jest. Any grins and laughter were sinister, Jokerish perhaps. There was a whole conversation and context about the type of person she was talking about. Of course, as the following poster says, it’s not fascism when they do it.
It is similar language to what former Congressman Adam Kinzinger (R-INO) said of Trump last year. In an interview concerning the January 6 committee, Kinzinger prognosticated on ABC’s “This Week” that “in about ten years, there’s not going to have been a single Trump supporter that exists anywhere in the country.”
GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS: “It doesn’t appear to be breaking through to Republicans. There’s a lot of recent polling showing that the number of Republicans over the last year who view this as a legitimate protest on January 6th and not an insurrection has actually dramatically risen. How do you explain that?
KINZINGER: “Well, look, I think, on the margins, yes, it is puncturing through. And I think what’s most important is, again, what does history say in five or ten years? Because I can guarantee — well, I can get about as close as I can to guaranteeing that, in about ten years, there’s not going to have been a single Trump supporter that exists anywhere in the country. It’s like Nixon. There were a lot of people that supported Nixon until he was out of office, and then everybody was like, “No, nobody supported Nixon….
He’s in essence a cult leader right now….”
Well, it’s Kinzinger who is gone now a year later, so…
These people throw around pejoratives like “cultists” and “deplorables” and wonder why we resist their clandestine and illicit policies that continue to rob us. They wonder why we resist when they want to un-brainwash us in reeducation camps while it is they who continue to believe that there are 107 genders, that the vaccine and its 107 boosters work (because sCieNCe!), that Ukraine doesn’t have biolabs even though our very own Department of Defense admitted to it last year, that Ukraine is not in fact run by a fascist Nazi regime, that typing in ANTIFA.COM into the search-box doesn’t in fact take you to the White House’s official page (did you know that one?), that…, that…, aaaaaaaaaaaaaand that….
I could go on and on. If you don’t see it, you probably never will, and in that case this article isn’t even for you.
But for those of us who do see it, we must continue to bolster each other’s confidence. This war and the end of it are not for everyone. Yes, we may disagree on many things, but at least we are aware of one foundational truth: We the People are in the middle of a war for our lives, and any army like that will always seek out a general to lead the way.
Commentators I wholly respect see differently some of the minutia as to who that general should be, and that is great to me. Such nuanced political discourse avoids the binary trap we’ve been in for decades, called the “either-or reasoning” fallacy by the ancient Greeks, the one that had me kowtowing to anything that little warmonger Bush said back in the early 2000s.
Who God’s chosen one will be to help us win this war of all wars is a stimulating topic of debate. Some people think Trump failed at that opportunity and we should look for another. I believe it was and still is Trump–and the real US Military–playing the long game. Yes, he is one of the most flawed men ever to be in the public eye, but he is also perhaps the most crucified I’ve ever seen. One small part of why I believe what I do is because Christ himself chose twelve of the most unrefined characters around to be his bulwarks of the Good News around the world.
For now, I still believe in him. With the FBI targeting America First supporters, with swamp creatures like Clinton calling for re-education measures, with neo-Nazis ruling the day in Ukraine despite the Mockingbird media’s best efforts to shift the blame to Russia for twenty months now, the alarm bells should be ringing louder than a 4:30 wake-up call: This is the way of 1930s Germany, and this is why it is so important that there be a man and a military strong enough to represent us in the fight.
Despite my disagreements with Trump on his recent comments on abortion (that still stings), I know he continues to fight to save children from trafficking, torture, and occult ritual sacrifice. I have observed the unrelenting witch-hunt on him for over eight years, and unless I am wrong like I was with Bush, Donald Trump is both the reason these truly deplorable globalists are wanting to formally deprogram America First and the stalwart who, with the US Military and We the People behind them, will finally drain the swamp, take down the Deep State, once and for all. This war has been long, and a lot of people including like-minded friends have jumped ship on Trump, but I’m not ready to do that at this point. He is not Jesus Christ, no, and certainly he may have a reckoning coming for his recent statements on abortion, but the man has a measure of my respect because of the sheer number of arrows he’s taken from the truly deranged since 2015–for himself, for his family, and most importantly, for this country.
May everyone named directly or referenced indirectly ask forgiveness and do penance for their sins against America and God. I fight this information war in the spirit of justice and love for the innocent, but I have been reminded of the need for mercy and prayers for our enemies. I am a sinner in need of redemption as well after all, for my sins are many. In the words of Jesus Christ himself, Lord forgive us all, for we know not what we do.