Tuesday, May 28, 2024
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Politics and the Ridiculous Rhetoric of ‘Root Causes’



The rhetoric has become as clear as the morning sun and just as nauseating at the same time. And while this is true and may seem hackneyed at this point in the information war, where millions of Americans are waking up to the slithering tongue of Uniparty politicians, it is important to remember one key thing:

We are not near the totality of the awakening. Not many of us, anyway. Not even myself as I’m saying it now.

As a wise teacher once preached to our class, “The more you know, the more you know you don’t know.”

There are forces running our government I and so many others have dubbed the “Deep State” for quite some time. The evolution of this understanding of a shadow government running our country and our world has provided a useful framework for growth in public understanding and exposure of the vipers in the swamp. Equally comforting is the notion of said evolution, for it is through this incremental process therein that awakening can be both disseminated by an ever-sharpening story teller and an ever-receptive audience. Information dissemination at too quick of a pace creates a paralyzing cognitive dissonance that not only makes that transfer impossible, but also can cripple the audience’s trust in the story teller.

This is why conspiracy theorists are trusted by so few when they are speaking out in the present. It is only after some time has passed–after the information dissemination has had time to settle in the collective of a society–that the conspiracy theory is safe to become a fresh new understanding of the world.

I had to experience this very dissonance personally in the early 2000s with news that widespread pedophilia had infiltrated my very own Catholic Church. I didn’t believe it at first, despite obvious evidence to the contrary. Two decades later, and after a whole lot of study and prayer, I understand more why and how the Church was infiltrated by M____c forces that so many Americans unwittingly support.

It is why I live my life by the Traditional, “old” Catholic way and not the 50-year-old one. And I continue to be open to truths being revealed even about that. We have to be vigilant inside our convictions.

All of that said as a prelude, I simply want to provide some things said today by a man running for public office. It matters not in the least what party affiliation he is under, as we have come to understand more–in a most glorious recent shift in the Overton Window–what exactly is happening with the labels “Republican” and “Democrat.” The truth has been leaking to us for some time now–as has long been evidenced by the term RINO–but perhaps only recently with items like FISA, the most recent Ukraine funding, and the antisemitism bill have we gotten the latest hooks in the story that are sounding the alarm even more to the truth of the Uniparty.

American patriots should recognize the following as empty rhetoric spewed by the same type of politician we have long grown to reject, sure. But the point of presenting it today is to do one very important thing–

Inspire us to continue to hunt for more. To continue to train our collective nose to smell it the minute it is posted, the second it is spoken. Because the truth is that, right here and right now, there are pivotal truths being leaked to the world–in particular things involving allies, Christianity, and other bulwarks we have long built and may in time discover are false.

There was once upon a time where the majority of Americans bought into this nonsense:

“When I’m out on the trail, I get a lot of questions about how we can reduce crime. I’m committed to comprehensive solutions that address the root causes, not just the symptoms. A lot of times that’s poverty, educational gaps, and lack of job opportunities.

We also have to face a hard truth: Our criminal justice system is systemically racist and therefore, it doesn’t work for everybody, and things like increased police presence don’t make everyone feel safer. We must work to rebuild trust between communities and law enforcement.

We’re never going to tackle crime with policing alone. We must also confront poverty, mental health, addiction, and make sure folks have opportunity. That’s what I’ll fight for in the Senate.”

2020 alone should have cured everyone of that disease.

For years we have heard this ridiculous rhetoric from actors being paid by that same Deep State to say it. Their words are not at all new or revolutionary. Yet they never truly illustrate exactly the specifics of their plan to fix the issue nor do they lay out clear benchmarks to determine–and show to the public–the success or failure of the venture.

This would be sufficient analysis of the quote above for sure, but in the spirit of righteous greed today, may I make one more point that, if America is to be saved, must become part of the political lexicon….

And that is the ever-growing reality that without God, without the kingship of Christ, none of this matters. None of this back and forth, liberal vs conservative, tribe vs tribe approach to politics–indeed life in general–matters. The quote above is mere babble, sure, but so is any intelligent, measured response from the conservative Right if Christ is not the center of it.

If there is one thing that this exposure of the Uniparty has done, it is that the Deep State’s evil is all-encompassing here in America, and it has even poisoned previously perceived “Christian” individuals who spout “Christian” values. Recent events on the world stage indicate that these Christians are only parroting talking points the Deep State injects in order to deceive well-meaning people, and it is important that we continue to sharpen our smell to these true “root causes” and not the ones driven by empty rhetoric and perpetual fracture among us. If we do that, if we continue to be revolutionaries in this information war, we may very well find out that the “Deep State” is actually a very identifiable group indeed.

Pax Domini.


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.