Protesting Trump’s Inauguration: What’s the END GAME?

Reflections after reading THIS article about the upcoming Trump Inauguration protest:

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This event is organized by the group I supported for 24 years as a young adult. I do NOT support this type of event, and I no longer support the group that is organizing it.

I think it’s particularly irresponsible to use the kind of language and imagery that whips people up to potentially use violence in an upcoming scenario, but maintains plausible deniability of culpability by using specific language that cannot legally be construed as “advocating violence”. (If you are against Trump, you’ll understand what I’m saying because you know how language can potentially whip up attacks on people, whether or not that’s the desired effect.) Google “Smith Act” for more info.

Trump protest combo of fliers

Basically, they (the organizers of the protest) want things to get more & more heated and confrontational, upping the ante and providing future scenarios which may make the launching of a real (armed) revolution in the United States more plausible.

If you like the idea of effective protest, and “shutting things down”, know that the group taking the lead and organizing the purchasing of a full page ad in the NY Times, is the Revolutionary Communist Party. I used to give my life to that cause. But I stopped that in 2006.

Our parents and their parents gave their last breaths to provide us with something worth reverence and adherence. For me, Jesus Christ and His way are worth living and dying for. The Communist vision, and the path to get there, are devoid of soul. Human life is precious, and the only way to TRULY grasp and live it that way, is through Jesus Christ.

If you think you can just unite in a partial and temporary way with an effort like the Inauguration Protest, you may be right. But consider this:

I spent 24 years fighting to advance the RCP cause. And though I withdrew from these efforts 10 years ago, I am seeing the potential (unlikely though it may be) for my past efforts to continue to their fruition.

If the efforts of my life on this earth may come to fruition later, after my passing, I now definitely want to make sure my efforts align with those of Jesus, because it was the AMAZING LOVE I learned from Jesus Christ that I construed (as a youth) as prompting me to engage in building the revolutionary movement.

Had someone been bold enough to engage with me in depth at that time, showing me why Jesus’ way is better than the revolutionary way, I can’t even say I would have fully listened to him or her, because the PC agenda had an answer for just about everything, and the revolutionary agenda allowed me (and consciously encouraged me!) to stay angry, never to reconcile with “the enemy” and never to “forgive” or make peace with the “oppressor”.

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While they opposed manifestations of resentment and retaliation WITHIN the movement of the “oppressed”, they fostered it against other humans, who were categorized by their station in relation to capital — as “oppressors”.

God bless you.
God MAY bless you with a second chance should you take the same path I took, but some things cannot be reversed. I caused harm. I do my best to do restitution. It’s not too late for you to take a different path, a path that nourishes with love, and doesn’t ever choose to feed resentment. You can take a path of hope & confidence. God DOES exist. He leads my steps now. He picked up the wreckage of my humble, little life when I was on the floor, and he rebuilt His now very grateful daughter.

If anyone wants to discuss these matters of great import, feel free to contact me. Life on earth is short. Life after that is eternal. What you do today and each day has eternal repercussions, for you and everyone.


Are you a free spirit? Hate “obedience”? Guess what? You’re going to be obeying one leader or another, one ideology or another. Right now, in the U.S., it’s voluntary. You have free will. People of all persuasions, religions, national backgrounds, for centuries now, have fought to defend that free will by defending the U.S. Constitution, which is an expression of the founding fathers’ grasp of God being the granter of free will.

Other people for a century have lofted the revolutionary communist goal. They do not value human life in and of itself, but rather as a means to a desired end.

People for collective millennia have transmitted, from one generation to the next, and with great personal and community sacrifice, the Judeo-Christian values.

“Obedience” is seen in modern society as a dirty word. But in the Judeo-Christian framework, it is a manifestation of humility & dedication, sacrifice & service — virtues sorely lacking in today’s world.

Before you throw away something (especially human life, in word or deed), examine it thoroughly. Compare. And check in with your heart and your humanity. If you believe in God… check in EXTRA with what’s motivating you, and see if God really upholds the PC vision you’re fond of, and the revolutionary vision which leads and informs it. Check in with the Ten Commandments — especially the FIRST Commandment, because all the other 9 Commandments flow from the FIRST, and are meaningless if you discard the first.

… and MAKE NO MISTAKE: Communists are atheists, and while the modern ones “technically” uphold the “right” to believe in God — they aren’t putting their lives on the line to defend such belief, but ultimately to destroy it.

Just my two cents, or two dollars, or 2nd chance in life, depending on what it’s ultimately worth to you.

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