Keep The Fall Of Discontent Going
It may not have been a long hot summer as such, but it’s shaping up to be one heck of a season of discontent as we head into fall. Obama’s narcissistic arrogance and belligerent disrespect toward We the People have not only awakened the giant but he has done the one thing that is highly inadvisable to do — Obama ticked the giant off but not realize the error of his ways and apologize after he had awakened him.
This weekend Truckers (ridefortheconstitution.org) will be running into DC as a show of demonstration and protest. They have offered rides to Veterans who will also be descending upon the city in protest of Obama’s cold-hearted disrespect. They are also asking America to not purchase trucked-in goods October 11-13.
Over a million Bikers rode into DC just weeks ago as a show of protest and condemnation of Obama’s policies that marginalize 9/11 and those who have sacrificed their lives in military service to our country. People are refusing to sign up for Obama’s mandated healthcare. And this is just the tip of the iceberg.
I have been saying for a long time that Obama and his taxpayer-pampered demimonde of a wife would ultimately push We the People beyond the point we are willing to go. And it has happened and is happening.
The mac-daddy fairy princess in the White House who is playing leader and his aunt Esther (as aunt Esther on Redd Foxx’s sit-com “Sanford and Son”) have believed their own lies of what We the People would accept, and it is now blowing up in their faces.
We have an opportunity to continue demonstrations and protests, and that is exactly what we must do. We must express our outrage in every way possible. We must not be silent for fear of being called a racist because we object to the loathsome and harmful policies of the petulant communist in the White House. And we must not ignore the great number of Republicans who have betrayed us.
This is our time to rise up and make even a greater statement than we made in 2010. We must not be deterred. We must refuse to be placated with speeches and promises. Let our mantra be that of old, “Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war.” For the reason “That this foul deed [perpetrated by Obama, et al.] shall smell above the earth with carrion men, groaning for burial” (i.e., a place to hide from public scorn).
“Havoc” is a military order which signaled the military regiments of the English Middle Ages to pillage and create great chaos. So must it be with us. We have tried to reason with politicians, and we have tried to be patient with them. It is now long past the time that we can view the Republican hierarchy and the treachery of Congressional Republicans combined with Obama’s transpicuous attempts to turn the greatest nation in the world into a communist state as not being deliberate and complicit.
Our time has come. We must refuse to comply with that which is harmful to our dignity, freedom, and way of life — and that begins with Obamacare. Let his ghouls try to arrest and indict millions of people who refuse to be told what health insurance they must have or be forced to buy it if they do not want to. There should be hundreds of thousands and millions storming the Veterans’ Memorials, etc., just daring Obama to arrest them. The more veterans he dares to have arrested the more tensions and contempt for him and his spend-a-holic wife build.
We should shut down D.C. and every other bastion of political support for Obama, and that includes New York City on a weekday morning or evening. America belongs to We the People. Our Founding Fathers structured it that way, and vile, villainous, and unscrupulous politicians have spent their professional lives trying to strip us of said freedoms. America belongs to We the People. We were born here, and our ancestors were born here, and we owe not just our future generations but we owe to those who shed their blood for us to be free, to fight as we have never fought before. Truth and Righteous indignation are on our side.[adsanity id=8546 align=alignleft /]
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here