Thursday, June 29, 2017

Mr Trump imbibes Fake News like a drunk

One has to laugh.

All during his campaign Donald Trump railled - rightly - against the Fake News put out by the Kept Media.  And yet, when he needs information on foreign affairs, info with life or death consequences, where does he turn to?  The Fake News agents.  

Seymour Hersh puts it all into perspective in this important article:  [h/t Activist Post]

On June 25, veteran journalist Seymour Hersh released a bombshell article revealing a number of facets regarding the alleged chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun, Syria and the resulting volley of Tomahawk missiles fired by the United States at the al-Sha’aryat airbase in response. Hersh’s article provides the reader with what many of us already knew and wrote about at the time; i.e. that the Syrian military did not conduct a chemical weapons attack and that the United States was fully aware of that fact. Still, the U.S. government opted to use the attack as a justification for launching 59 Tomahawk missiles at a Syrian airbase that resulted in the deaths of Syrian soldiers, civilians, and children from the nearby village.
Hersh’s article shows that not all key personnel were on board with the decision to launch Tomahawk missiles at al-Sha’aryat or even of the whole Syria/Iraq mission. The article reveals real concerns amongst knowledgeable personnel that the Russians will not continue to act as the cooler heads and that Russia has long wanted peace in the region. Most notably, it reveals the fact that there is a “secret agenda” moving forward in regards to Syria, Iraq, and Russia. Hersh’s article also points to the President as the individual who made the decision to launch attacks in Syria, against the advice of the military and intelligence community.
While much of this information is already well known, it bears closer scrutiny to understand and unearth what is really going on behind the scenes in the American government.
In his article, “Trump’s Red Line,” Hersh writes,
On April 6, United States President Donald Trump authorized an early morning Tomahawk missile strike on Shayrat Air Base in central Syria in retaliation for what he said was a deadly nerve agent attack carried out by the Syrian government two days earlier in the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun. Trump issued the order despite having been warned by the U.S. intelligence community that it had found no evidence that the Syrians had used a chemical weapon.
The available intelligence made clear that the Syrians had targeted a jihadist meeting site on April 4 using a Russian-supplied guided bomb equipped with conventional explosives. Details of the attack, including information on its so-called high-value targets, had been provided by the Russians days in advance to American and allied military officials in Doha, whose mission is to coordinate all U.S., allied, Syrian and Russian Air Force operations in the region.
Some American military and intelligence officials were especially distressed by the president’s determination to ignore the evidence. “None of this makes any sense,” one officer told colleagues upon learning of the decision to bomb. “We KNOW that there was no chemical attack … the Russians are furious. Claiming we have the real intel and know the truth … I guess it didn’t matter whether we elected Clinton or Trump.”
Within hours of the April 4 bombing, the world’s media was saturated with photographs and videos from Khan Sheikhoun. Pictures of dead and dying victims, allegedly suffering from the symptoms of nerve gas poisoning, were uploaded to social media by local activists, including the White Helmets, a first responder group known for its close association with the Syrian opposition.
Hersh goes on to lay the blame at the feet of President Trump, pointing out that the National Security team was dismayed at his insistence to launch the Tomahawk missiles. He writes,
To the dismay of many senior members of his national security team, Trump could not be swayed over the next 48 hours of intense briefings and decision-making. In a series of interviews, I learned of the total disconnect between the president and many of his military advisers and intelligence officials, as well as officers on the ground in the region who had an entirely different understanding of the nature of Syria’s attack on Khan Sheikhoun. I was provided with evidence of that disconnect, in the form of transcripts of real-time communications, immediately following the Syrian attack on April 4.
Hersh’s chat protocol between a security analyst and an American soldier, which was also published by Welt, does indeed show a major disagreement between the analyst and the soldier and the Trump policy to launch strikes. It also shows that both the analyst and the soldier disagree with the entire mission in both Iraq and Syria as well as the U.S. policy toward Russia.
Hersh presents a picture of Trump as a reactionary and narcissistic watcher of television news, anxiously awaiting the ability to be seen as a hero or at least the focus of attention. He writes essentially that Trump saw reports of the deaths of civilians in Khan Sheikhoun and made the decision right then and there to bomb Syria, a decision he stuck to even after all the intelligence surrounding the chemical attack had been shown to him and it was demonstrated that the Syrian government did not use chemical weapons. According to Hersh, the intelligence community, the military, and national security team were all frightened that the reckless Trump would push us into World War Three and thus sought to guide him into launching an attack that showed force but wasn’t enough to actually create the pretext for Armageddon. Hersh paints a picture that shows a military and intelligence community telling the Russians before the missiles were launched so that a confrontation could be avoided.

Hersh writes,

                                                       Read the whole article.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

White House Says It Will Fake "Chemical Weapon Attack" In Syria

From Moon of Alabama (a well-informed internet site):

White House Says It Will Fake "Chemical Weapon Attack" In Syria

The White House claims that the Syrian government is preparing "chemical weapon attacks". This is clearly not the case. Syria is winning the war against the country. Any such attack would clearly be to its disadvantage. The White House announcement must thereby be understood as preparation for another U.S. attack on Syria in "retaliation" for an upcoming staged "chemical weapon attack" which will be blamed on the Syrian government.

In August 2013 Syria invited inspectors of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons to investigate chemical weapons attacks on the Syrian army. As soon as the inspectors arrived in Damascus a "chemical attack" was staged in Ghouta near Damascus. Lots of Jihadist video coverage of killed children was published and the "western" media blamed the incident on the Syrian government. It never explained why targeting a militarily irrelevant area with chemical weapons at the same time as inspectors arrived would have been a rational decision for a Syrian government that was just regaining control and international standing.

The "attack" was clearly staged by the opposition of the Syrian government and its foreign supporters. The Obama administration had planned to use it to launch U.S. attacks on the Syrian government but refrained from this when Russia arranged to remove Syria's strategic chemical weapons, aimed at Israel, instead.

In early 2017 the new U.S. president Trump made positive comments about the Syrian government. Assad can stay, he said. The Syrian military and its allies had gained the upper hand and were victorious on all fronts. Two days later another "chemical attack" was staged in the al-Qaeda held town of Khan Sheikhun. Lots of Jihadi video coverage of killed children, likely prepared in advance, was spilled onto the "western" public. U.S. intelligence knew that no chemical attack by the Syrian government had taken place. But the Trump administration used the incident to launch a volley of cruise missiles against a Syrian military airport. The neoconservatives were delighted. They finally had Trump where they wanted him. The media coverage changed from damming Trump for his alleged "Russian connections" to lauding his decisiveness in response to the faked attack.

Late May the new French president Macron ostensibly changed his position towards the Syrian government. The hostile position of France (and other EU countries) against the Syrian president Assad that had been eminent throughout the last six years changed on a dime:
Macron said that on Syria: “My profound conviction is that we need a political and diplomatic roadmap. We won’t solve the question only with military force. That is a collective error we have made. The real change I’ve made on this question, is that I haven’t said the deposing of Bashar al-Assad is a prerequisite for everything. Because no one has introduced me to his legitimate successor!
But Macron also added:
"I have red lines on chemical weapons and humanitarian corridors. I said it very clearly to Vladimir Putin. I will be uncompromising on that. So the use of chemical weapons will be met with a response, and even if France acts alone.”
This immediately set off my warning lights:
Moon of Alabama @MoonofA - 4:28 PM - 29 May 2017
You like fakes? Tune in to Macron announcing the next False Flag chemical weapon attack in Syria.

Like all "red lines" this one Macron set was an invitation to the Takfiris to launch more fake incidents. Others had a similar reaction to Macron's (fake) turnaround.

                                                     Read the whole article.

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Heather Culbert Without Borders

How noble.  How self-sacrificing.  How heroic.

"Doctors Without Borders".

"Doctors Without Borders" takes great pride in its commitment to help the helpless.  Yet its president, one Heather Culbert, goes the whole mile.  In fact she goes beyond that.  For Heather there are no borders, no limits.  Not even the border of simple human decency is one she will not tear down.  For you see, Heather is an abortionist.  And, obviously, one of the rankest hypocrites in modern times, posing as a great humanitarian while chopping up infants in the womb.  Apparently Doctors  Without Borders don't help all the helpless.

The Noble One

This all came out in the recent case of Mary Wagner who, in what her lights told her was an appropriate response to this slaughter, has defiantly ignored the draconian Canadian laws which protect the guilty and punish the innocent, when it comes to the crime of abortion.  Whatever the wisdom of Miss Wagner's approach to this serious problem of the self-extermination of the human race it cannot be denied that at least one flagrant hypocrite has been revealed to the public.

Donate to "Doctors Without Borders" ?  I don't think so.

Heather's face, hardly one to make a male's heart go atwitter, is an interesting study in contradictions. There is something half-crooked about that smile that does not inspire confidence.  But I'll leave those musings to others.  As for me, if she was presented to me as a blind date I'd suddenly remember an appointment elsewhere.

So how does Culbert in her own mind reconcile her work with "Doctors" and her more lucrative work as an exterminator?  By getting real nasty with those who point out the great contradiction in her life.

Such is the dreadful mindset of Heather Culbert.

Friday, June 23, 2017

The Sacred Heart prayer Padre Pio recited every day

He recited this prayer to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and knew this would bring help and comfort to those who asked him for prayers.

I. O my Jesus, you have said: "Truly I say to you, ask and you will receive, seek and you will find, knock and it will be opened to you." Behold I knock, I seek and ask for the grace of...... (here name your request)
Our Father....Hail Mary....Glory Be to the Father....Sacred Heart of Jesus, I place all my trust in you.

II. O my Jesus, you have said: "Truly I say to you, if you ask anything of the Father in my name, he will give it to you." Behold, in your name, I ask the Father for the grace of.......(here name your request) Our Father...Hail Mary....Glory Be To the Father....Sacred Heart of Jesus, I place all my trust in you.

III. O my Jesus, you have said: "Truly I say to you, heaven and earth will pass away but my words will not pass away." Encouraged by your infallible words I now ask for the grace of.....(here name your request) Our Father....Hail Mary....Glory Be to the Father...Sacred Heart of Jesus, I place all my trust in you.

Sacred Heart of Jesus, for whom it is impossible not to have compassion on the afflicted, have pity on us miserable sinners and grant us the grace which we ask of you, through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary, your tender Mother and ours. 

Say the Hail, Holy Queen and add: St. Joseph, foster father of Jesus, pray for us.

-- St. Margaret Mary Alacoque

                                                                             [h/t ewtn]

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Mr Buchanan warns Mr Trump

Sunday, a Navy F-18 Hornet shot down a Syrian air force jet, an act of war against a nation with which Congress has never declared or authorized a war.
Washington says the Syrian plane was bombing U.S.-backed rebels. Damascus says its plane was attacking ISIS.
Vladimir Putin’s defense ministry was direct and blunt:
“Repeated combat actions by U.S. aviation under the cover of counterterrorism against lawful armed forces of a country that is a member of the U.N. are a massive violation of international law and de facto a military aggression against the Syrian Arab Republic.”
An ABC report appears to back up Moscow’s claims:
“Over the last four weeks, the U.S. has conducted three air strikes on pro-regime forces backed by Iran that have moved into a deconfliction zone around the town of Tanf in southwestern Syria, where there is a coalition training base for local forces fighting ISIS.”
Russia has now declared an end to cooperation to prevent air clashes over Syria and asserted an intent to track and target aerial intruders in its area of operations west of the Euphrates.
Such targets would be U.S. planes and surveillance drones.
If Moscow is not bluffing, we could be headed for a U.S.-Russian collision in Syria.

                                                       Read the whole article.


Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Childish Church

Having spent part of February, most of March, a few days in early April and another bunch of days two weeks ago in the hospital, my mind in those boring surroundings had often wandered into thinking about my fellow everyday average Catholics and how they can manage during these days of "diabolic disorientation".  What is coming down the pike at them, and how will they (and we) cope with it? Catholics who attend reverent liturgies and take their faith seriously will hopefully withstand much of the storm; but what of these others, those whose experience of Catholicism is an occasional parish pancake breakfasts and a puerile liturgy?

Do our fellow Catholics, the majority of them, like being treated like burbling infants in their daily parish life?  How will that help them when the final hurricane really hits?  I worry about them.

When the balloons descended from the Vatican to mark a ceremony for peace some time ago I knew that we were now finally in what can only be called the Childish Church.  "Infantile" may be a better word but for now childish will do.  And events since then have only strengthened that view.  The old ways of virility, prudence and simple reverential reserve are gone; clown noses and balloons and huzzahs have replaced them.

[Some have offered the suggestion that after the infamous (but very telling) 2014 release of the doves, who were suddenly set upon and attacked by ravens and a seagull - which many have said is an omen if ever there was one - it was a better idea to avoid any repeat of this sudden horror by exchanging the doves, a sign of peace, with something more in keeping with the mentality that currently thrives in the Church:  Balloons.  What does the average Catholic, or non-Catholic for that matter, think of all this?]

I really do worry about these souls, those who know nothing of Catholicism but its recent bastardization by the Modernists.  When the calamity hits, will they remain Catholic, even in the loose and nominal state they are accustomed to being in?

Often the faithful are treated like children, certainly in the general tenor of worship.  We are given sweets instead of nourishment, and if we should raise questions about why we are being asked to shake hands, give kisses of peace, take the Host as if it were a cookie, and from a layman at that, we are patted on the head and assured that all is right with the world.

I admire anyone today who could be attracted to a Church that has become so tawdry and low-class as Catholicism has become in too many eyes.  Balloons and light shows on the Vatican are the cheapest of Hollywood tinsel, while the Low Class Department is well represented by such sterling disappointments as Timothy Dolan and Blaise Cupich.  The converts who come in from time to time must be truly extraordinary people to be able to see through this fog, overlooking the jolt-heads in the hierarchy and recognize what is at the heart of Catholicism, Jesus Christ.  The young men (God help them) who want to be priests - and I'm talking of true vocations - who can live through the hell of modern seminary life and emerge Catholic with their tattered vocation still intact are men to be admired, helped and most of all prayed for.

The average man-in-the-pew who can still remain Catholic after every Sunday - forgive me, I mean every Saturday night - Mass, a Mass which in most parishes is an insult to their intelligence, is also someone to be admired, helped and prayed for.  An average Mass today is a veritable pinnacle of imbecility.  Real men must squirm through this drivel; real women must wish to sink in the pews hoping not to be noticed.  But the shallow, the intellectually vacant or those who just go with the flow, or those - God please help them - who find this stimulating - have absorbed this maudlin mush and have adjusted their religious points of view accordingly, to be current with the prevailing winds blowing icily from Rome, and without a care in the world.

I wonder how we can be of help to these people.  And I wonder how we can cope, too.

To keep sane in these circumstances there are a few things that everyone must do and certainly there is no need for me to spell out to readers here what those things might be.  But I believe one of the primary actions we must think again about engaging in is best described in these remarks from author James Larson:

"The Rosary is our refuge in the Days of Final Deception.
It has frequently and rightly been said that the heart and soul of the rosary is meditation on the fifteen mysteries themselves. This proves a great sign of contradiction to many people. Such meditation is a function of the intellect – of discursive thought and reasoning. It requires a state of concentration on specific facts and concepts which it is impossible to maintain during each Hail Mary recited one after another, decade after decade, mystery after mystery, day after day, year after year. And this is true even with the employment of something like a scriptural rosary. The mind – and the heart which follows it – has a tremendous difficulty being attentive in any really deep way to what might seem endless repetition. This can lead to a great deal of ennui (boredom, weariness, and discouragement). Thus the guilt which I think so many of us experience in relation to our praying of the rosary. We know, at least intuitively, that in order for Our Lady’s Heart to be our refuge, it needs to be that our hearts are engaged with Hers. This becomes very difficult for us to affirm in the midst of dull repetition, distraction, and torpidity. Yes, we initiate and say the rosary with some basic good intention towards God and Our Lady, but this becomes deeply vitiated if we do not somehow find a way to engage our mind, will, and affections beyond this basic “saying”. It would in fact seem very indicative of this problem that good Catholics often speak about “saying” the rosary instead of praying the rosary.
I would suggest therefore that the rosary is far more than just meditation, even though such meditation is integral and necessary for its recitation. I would be very skeptical about any method of praying the rosary which does not, at least in the beginning of a decade, focus at least briefly on the particular mystery and its meaning. But the rosary is a prayer which should engage all the many faculties of our soul, all the way up to and including those moments when these faculties become passive, but fully alert to the infused action of God.
I believe that the key to this deeper engagement is the Hail Mary itself. St. Louis de Montfort wrote, “St. Augustine, surpassing himself as well as all that I have said so far, affirms that in order to be conformed to the image of the Son of God all the predestinate, while in this world, are hidden in the womb of the Blessed Virgin where they are protected, nourished, cared for and developed by this good Mother, until the day she bring them for to a life of Glory after death….” The first part of the Hail Mary, in which we pray “Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee; Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb Jesus” is not only an act which acknowledges the Incarnation of Christ, but should also be that moment when all our faculties, and especially our simple affection of childlike surrender, follow Christ into the Immaculate Heart of Our Mother, which is her spiritual womb."
If these indeed be the "final days of deception" then the above words are vital.  The rosary will keep us sane.  It will help us withstand everything that is hitting us.

If we sit in stunned silence while Blaise Cupich gives Communion to blatant homosexuals, or Timothy Dolan gives them a cheer and a clapping hand, and we know that Rome doesn't seem to care at all about these outrages, there is the rosary to turn to.

And as I have been charitably reminded from time to time, grace is something we should not be unmindful of.  Brother Andre Marie has a point when he writes:

"Let us never forget the availability of grace and its absolute necessity in the process of conversion and perseverance. When people say things like “you have to just trust that things will work out,” or “God still runs the Church,” etc., it is easy to dismiss them as being pietistic and ignoring the gravity of the situation. Sometimes, those who make that statement are naive about the machinations of perfidious men who are not worthy of trust. If our hope were in men, it would not be a theological virtue. We trust that things will work out in the Church — as in, her saving mission being achieved — not because of men, but because of the promises of Christ."

So, to persevere in such a time as this we still have the gift of God's grace.  In the paragraphs above I referred to those who can still enter the Church, become priests or try to live as Catholics as special people we must pray for.  I need to quickly add that these are not the only ones who need prayer. Souls who are aware of the malignancy that is eating at the Church and the world and who do cling to the pious practices of the eternal Faith are also in need of prayers.  I am aware of many of the evils that are gnawing at Christ's Mystical Body yet I am not so stupid as to think that I am somehow above those who don't see these evils and are perfectly happy with what Catholicism looks like today. I wish to live my remaining days on earth as a Catholic, the same wish I would have for everyone else.

"The Church is bloodied and humiliated today by Her enemies, external and internal, but her unity, holiness, catholicity, and apostolicity are still to be seen for all who have good will."

Brother Andre is correct to remind us of this.

Monday, June 12, 2017

Kidnapped and murdered by America's "moderates"

I met Dany in Beirut. 
Dany is from the ancient Syrian-Christian town of Maaloula. As a soldier in the Syrian Arab Army, he suffered a serious injury during an operation in the Damascus countryside.
This injury could leave him permanently handicapped; now Dany is getting physical therapy in Lebanon and Syria. 
Dany told me a very tragic story about his brother and relatives. 
Back in September 2013 his ancient Christian town of Maaloula was stormed by FSA militias and his brother and relatives, along with nuns from the town, were kidnapped by these "moderate" rebels. Later on Maaloula was liberated by the SAA but there was no trace of Dany's brother or relatives. The nuns also disappeared. 
Then the campaign to liberate al Qalamun mountains started. It was at this time when most of the FSA militias stated that they will be joining ISIS or Al Nusra Front, which means the captives will be handed over to those terrorists group. 
The kidnapped nuns were eventually rescued after joint Syrian-Lebanese negotiations with Al Nusra Front. 
But Dany's loved ones never came home. A month ago a group of Lebanese huntsmen found their bodies in an abandoned cave in the mountains.                                                       
                                           Read the whole article.

Saturday, June 10, 2017

The tragedy everybody says they're worried about but really aren't

In my fairly constant review of the daily international news in print and on the web I often come across posts or stories about the sufferings of Middle Eastern Christians.

But the more I read of this the more I am reminded of the phrase, "everybody hates the weather but nobody does anything about it".  In other words, the more these news sources complain about the problem the less they are inclined to do anything about it.

What can they do?  The answer is as easy as it is difficult...for some.  It is easy to know why this is happening if you take the time to look into the causes but it is difficult to write about it once you have found out the answers.  Our fears suddenly take hold of us and we don't want to say out loud what we have discovered.  If I had a penny for every magazine, website, blog, newspaper or what have you that expressed outrage over Christian suffering in the East and ignored the main causes of it I would indeed be a wealthy man.

Mr Doug Bandow gives us some background into the modus operandi of our grandstanding politicians who bellow loudly about Christian suffering even as they make it worse by their policies and affiliations.  Mr Bandow takes aim at Republican blowhards here.  But he is equally at home dissecting the hypocritical Democrats as well in other writings.  He is an equal opportunity offender of both of our useless political parties.  Our Congress is - quite literally - a bought and paid for entity of an illegitimate Middle Eastern country.  And until those tentacles are cut loose, with courage and honesty, nothing will alleviate the sufferings of our fellow Christians in that sad place.

The article below was written during the 2016 presidential race.  His article begins thusly:

On Christmas Eve Senator and presidential contender Marco Rubio penned an article decrying the lack of “attention paid to the plight of these Christian communities in peril.” He criticized the Obama administration and promoted the U.S. Commission onInternational Religious Freedom (appropriately). Rubio also called for diplomatic, financial, and military support for Christians abroad.

Rubio’s concern no doubt is genuine. However, the policies implemented by his party and advocated by him and his fellow GOP presidential contenders have hurt and will continue to hurt Christians around the world. The best that can be said for Rubio is that he may be ostentatiously oblivious rather than calculatingly malicious. In contrast is former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who actively aids Israeli settlers in the West Bank, harming Christian and Muslim Palestinians alike. And Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who last year used a conference of persecuted Christians as a campaign prop to proclaim his everlasting fealty to Israel.

No single policy was as injurious to Middle Eastern Christians as the invasion of Iraq. In this repressive but secular dictatorship, Christians were free to worship and work. The ruling Baath Party was formed by a Christian; under Saddam Hussein a nominal Christian, Tariq Aziz, was foreign minister and deputy prime minister. However, U.S. intervention triggered a sectarian conflict which drove out hundreds of thousands of Christians (many to Syria), spawned a new al-Qaeda organization which morphed into the Islamic State (now killing Christians in Iraq and Syria), and tolerated ruthless Shia rule which encouraged Baathists and Sunni tribes to support ISIL (enabling its unexpected victories). Absent George W. Bush’s Iraq folly, backed by Rubio and most of his competitors, the “murderous terrorist organization,” as Rubio termed the Islamic State, wouldn’t even exist.

                                                        Read the entire piece here.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

The fruits of ten generations of bastardy

Once again four young blacks committed a heinous series of crimes against a white man, a retarded white man in this case.  This kind of thing is so common, so every day, that we are numbed.  We no longer have the strength to express outrage.

The barbarity so common among so many of our black fellow Americans has become so open that far too many simply take it for granted.  It happens.  Get over it.  So they tell us.

Yet no on wants to look this problem squarely in the eye.  The problem is simple.  For umpteen generations, young blacks grow up in houses (I hesitate to use the word "homes") with no father. Bastardy is the problem. A strange matriarchal-type society which produces soulless, brutal monsters incapable of empathy and even simple human compassion.  Black women, even successful, working black women, will entertain dozens of black men and the bastards that are born from these unholy unions will go on their own way with no guidance, fraternize with other bastards and soon find themselves committing violent offense before they are fifteen years old. The mothers don't really care how the children grow up. The lazy and shiftless "fathers" are long gone having been replaced by a new "baby daddy" who helps bring into the world other children destined for jail, barbarity or death.

Some years ago I was at an auto parts store in a rather scary part of town and as I was talking to the clerk, a friend, he pointed out to me this outlandishly overdressed dude, complete with gold dangling from every inch of his body, expensive attire and the jaunt of a carefree layabout.  "You know what his line of work is?" asked my clerk friend.  No, I answered.  "His 'job' is getting umpteen females pregnant and then he splits the child support check with them.  Every month, like collecting the rent, he visits all the gals and takes his cut.  He lives very well."  True story, and only one of thousands in my city alone.

Sane people simply are unable to grasp how these people actually live, and prefer to live.  They need no jobs.  Taxpayers supply half their rent, 90% of their energy bills, 100% of their medical/hospitalization needs, ALL of their food, even their shiny new Obama phones.  Why work? And given their well-known allergic reaction to steady work this is a disaster that has produced violent crime, rioting and every manner of insanity.  It also provides the Democratic Party with a reliable voting block, but that's a story for another day.

Yes, some black folks wrench themselves out of this horrible way of living and turn into productive citizens.  Given the circumstances this is almost miraculous.  But these good people are out there.

But I put another case to you.  Also far from uncommon.  My daughter works in a government job where most of the employees are, of course, black, and most of them black women.  She is on good terms with one of these black women, a woman who has two illegitimate daughters already. One day this woman was lamenting to my daughter about the dysfunction of black families; she was sick to death of the murders, the car-jackings, the robberies, the riots, the whole mess. Finally, thought my daughter, a woman like that reflecting seriously on a terrible problem.  About a week later this never married woman went out to lunch with my daughter and happily proclaimed her latest pregnancy.  To her it was the most natural thing in the world to have another child with no father.

Bastardy.  That is the problem

So how does one break a cycle that has been going on in America since the 19th century?  I have no idea.  Some will answer: convert them.  I'm for that, but how do get into a serious talk about such things with a fourteen year old conscience-less bastard who has just committed his fourth murder and is proud of it?  Where do you begin?  How could one even begin to communicate with such a person?  What starting point could be chosen?  What common ground could be found? I have come to the unhappy conclusion that only God can solve this problem.  It wont be solved by education (many do not want to be educated). It will not be solved by throwing more money at the problem.  Only God can solve it. How He will solve it I don't know.

Another true story.  A number of years ago I had joined in the petition drive to recall our two disgusting Senators for their support of partial-birth abortion.  Each of us was to take a certain area and go door-to-door to gather signatures.  I choose a black neighborhood - not the worst one because I wanted to come back home alive but a less chaotic one.  I spent weeks in that area. To my delight and astonishment I received many signatures from black folks.  Lots of them were not even aware of what these two senatorial creeps were up to but when it was explained to them they signed.  Quite a few of them.

There is a goodness and a simplicity in these people which was proven by their reactions to the petition drive.  There is something there that can be built upon.  Unfortunately we have a Catholic Church that is more dysfunctional than the average black family so any help from that quarter will not be coming until God in His good time flushes the Vatican sewer.  But the spark of goodness is there in black folks; I've seen it.

[As an aside, during that same petition drive I knocked on the door of a Catholic church in the area. When the door opened and after I regained composure from the marijuana fumes that flooded my nostrils the young, bearded priest told me to get lost.]

This awful, emotionless cruelty being dealt out to innocent white people by fatherless blacks must be at first recognized before anything else can be discussed.  The news media has done yeoman work hiding these crimes from the general public so don't expect those liars to contribute to any discussions.  God alone can fix this mess.  Customarily he does this through human action. Living right in this hell in a largish American city I have no idea whatsoever how it could be done but I know that God knows and will do so at some point in time.

I hope He will give us a clue soon.
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