A Ways to Go Yet

I’ve been asked: What would it take for a right-wing backlash to become “God’s work”?

Simple — They need to be under a duly formed government. Of course, there’s a lot more to it, given our context. You might expect they would adhere to the US Constitution, unless they were willing to start from scratch and form a new government altogether. I assure you the Lord isn’t expecting much at this point; they don’t have to form a tribal covenant nation under Biblical Law. They won’t get His full sponsorship without that, but I’m sure some portion of His blessings would accrue if they could just get together under a valid constitutional government for now.

Obviously it works a whole lot better if they have a single charismatic figurehead to lead them, but Trump refuses to go that route. So they need some matter of principle by which to organize under the existing US Constitution, something that forms the basis for a passionate drive to remove themselves from the current globalist federal government. That isn’t hard to justify, but it’s very, very hard to execute.

If they were to gain the sponsorship of one or more state governments, that would change everything. No matter what anyone tells you, secession is constitutionally valid. It is valid in the sense that you could draw that conclusion from reading the founding documents together as a whole. Being that the whole point is to reject the current federal monstrosity, you don’t need an approval from any federal agency or official.

But it would require formally rejecting those agencies. It would require formally rejecting the whole federal government as it now exists. This business of protesting is a total waste of time; the people in charge are implacably hostile. One peep of dissent marks you as a terrorist in their eyes, so don’t bother. Resisting, rioting, raiding, etc., are all a sin unless you have formed a counter-government.

It will require violence. If you don’t see how God could bless that, then you truly do not understand the Bible.

At any rate, this is all just theory. I’m not expecting to see any of this done properly for a while yet.

About Ed Hurst

Avid cyclist, Disabled Veteran, Bible History teacher, and wannabe writer; retired.
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2 Responses to A Ways to Go Yet

  1. feeriker says:

    Being that the whole point is to reject the current federal monstrosity…

    This is key. Too many people on the Right are obsessed with fixing/reforming the current system, which is obviously a moron’s errand. Even using the Constitution as a framework for starting over is foolish, as it is the holes in that document, deliberately created by the -power-hungry Masons who dominated the (illegally co-opted) Constitutional Convention, that led to the threshold of national destruction we’ve reached now. Using the original Articles of Confederation, plus the original Ten Amendments to the Constitution (The Bill of Rights) would be a much better starting point. Not perfect, of course, but much more solid of a footing than a course that repeats history’s mistakes.

    It will be VERY interesting to see how much suffering the normies on the Right will have to endure before they wake up andrealize that the current system is unsalvageable and that COMPLETE separation from existing governmental institutions is the only viable option for making it stop.


  2. Ed Hurst says:

    I agree about the Articles versus Constitution, but taking that route is simply improbable, given what most people believe.

    Liked by 1 person

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