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March 1, 2017 in history | Tags: 2016, 2017, Christianity, Deep State, Democratic Party, Donald Trump, evil, history, identity politics, media, Millennial generation, politics, social media, Tucker Carlson, United States | 5 comments
One thing that has become crystal clear over the past year, from 2016 to the present, is the insanity of the Left.
The destructive ‘protests’ … No, let’s call them melées and, in some cases, riots — because that’s what they are — have shown decent, thinking young people that today’s Left is nothing more than a religious cult with secular gods like Obama. Any opposition to that is heresy, which must be destroyed.
Many Millennials who voted for Donald Trump — best typified by the men and women at The_Donald — have studied both sides of the political spectrum in depth. Most of them are not traditional conservatives.
Some came from the Democratic Party.
Others were Bernie supporters.
The majority are political independents.
Politics aside, they also saw the machinations of Big Media, the Democrats’ corruption in WikiLeaks and the emptiness of celebrity culture, including that of comedians whose humour they used to enjoy, such as Stephen Colbert.
It is clear that social change is on its way and that an increasing number of Millennials are more comfortable with the values Donald Trump, his family and his administration espouse than those of the Democrats and others on the Left.
I wrote last week about the Millennials’ broad approval of Melania Trump’s recitation of the Lord’s Prayer at her husband’s rally in Melbourne, Florida on February 18, 2017.
The revelations via WikiLeaks in 2016 which gave birth to the Pizzagate story, unfolding quietly in the background with several hundred arrests made so far in 2017, have revealed the face of evil to Millennials looking into the circumstantial evidence available.
From what I have read and heard online, men did the most investigations and were horrified by what they saw. For some, it was a real ‘come to Jesus moment’. For others, not so inclined, it was a revelation that Christianity represents dignity, hope and life.
These young men and women have seen a fraction of the damage done to the social fabric of the United States by people who are intent on abusing children in the most horrific ways, even unto death.
With regard to human trafficking, we can be certain that President Trump will follow through on rooting out evil he has known about for at least five years. This video was made on February 23:
Expect more conversions in the coming years, or at least more university-aged people investigating Christianity and the Bible. This might not be as publicly evident as with past generations with open witnessing in church. This group will do it quietly and rationally, probably in the comfort of their own homes, perhaps with friends.
It is likely that they will seek to marry someone who shares similar Christian beliefs or empathises with Christian values. Socio-political attitudes will also be very important.
Along with this, I predict the return of courtship. The Trump-supporting Millennials will not be engaging in promiscuous sex. They will want to befriend someone first before dating them.
Sensible Millennials are tired of the various gender types being paraded across the media. They know that this goes against God’s natural order of the sexes.
News show hosts such as Tucker Carlson are exposing the false arguments behind these ‘felt’ gender ‘perceptions’, which, as he demonstrates, follow no official standards, because those have not been established yet. Here, he interviews Jillian Weiss:
And some of these self-perceptions appear to be cases of ‘people feeling right in their own minds’ rather than biological fact:
There is also no logic as to why some non-heterosexual people protest Trump so vigorously. Shane Saunders cannot explain why:
Not surprisingly, Millennials are waking up to the fact that the Left have no reasonable arguments and no logic behind what they are doing in using sexuality as a battering ram against Trump and his administration.
While they are understanding of people who question their personal identity, even those Millennials who are gay Trump supporters are not going out on a limb to condone what they see as a personal, internal struggle, best resolved with professional therapy. Most will wonder if some of these people are not only merely mentally disturbed but were also molested as children or adolescents.
Millennials also saw, starting with the presidential primaries, how Big Media distorted nearly everything Trump did. This continues.
They are even beginning to watch Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s briefings, which take place during the week. This one, from February 23, shows the media’s preoccupation with transgender restrooms and a deliberate refusal to understand federal statutes on immigration law, US Code 1182 in particular, which give the president the privilege of barring certain ‘inadmissible aliens’ as he sees fit:
Late last week, CNN, the New York Times, Politico and Buzzfeed were barred from a press gathering. Of course, they were angry. This is the end of free speech, they said.
Millennials saw it differently. Those news outlets have been misreporting and misrepresenting Trump for at least a year.
Someone who agrees with Trump’s new policy wrote:
That is one of the dumbest narratives I’ve seen. Nothing is stopping CNN from saying whatever they want, in fact they’ll keep making Fake News and they can do that. Free speech doesn’t mean that anyone has to listen to them or be given special privileges. President Trump and everyone else has the free speech to trash CNN back if they want.
Another pointed out:
CNN has no constitutional right to be inside the White House at all. It’s a privilege.
New alt-media commentators are taking over the Millennial space, including Canadian Gavin McInnes and his team, Alex Jones and his Millennial reporters, Mike Cernovich, Vox Day and Milo Yiannopoulos. All have a fresh perspective on the Left and the perils socio-political re-engineering present to the West, particularly the United States.
The bigger picture
All of these elements feed into Millennials pondering the Deep State and establishment figures around that construct.
What many call a cuck [political, rather than sexual, cuckold] or hypocrite now is simply someone who is owned by the usual CIA/dark side complex. They pretend to be against Obama, but aren’t. Others pretend to be pro-establishment, but they are only pro-establishment if the establishment is full of the criminals it has been for the last 25 years. In other words, drug lords, Wall Street criminals, war provocateurs, and degenerate globalists who don’t care at all for the US.
This is why the pedophilia issue is so important. It could break the back of a lot of resistance to Trump and also open up politics to a great degree. If you were a new Congresscritter or governor and you realized that the best way to get ahead was to participate in sick rituals/activities that left children scarred for life or dead, you might decide to not try to move up in the system. Get rid of Schumer, McCain, Pelosi, Ryan, et al. and you have a new game.
The Left, especially the Democrats, will be disappointed to see the Trump movement is here to stay. Far from being a flash in the pan, it is likely to endure long after he leaves the White House.
Call them awake or red-pilled, Millennials have been watching. They will not soon forget the assault on values of national sovereignty, patriotism, natural law, human dignity and truth.
They will live their lives differently — and decently.