WE DON’T LIKE BEING MOCKED
At least I don’t, and the people I know don’t like being made fun of, being mocked. But mockery can be a powerful tool, so this is a photo-rant against such mockery:
The ongoing programmed invasion of the Third World, non-Christian cultures into the First World, Christian-influenced cultures – with the intention of breaking down the First World Christian-influenced cultures – will continue on in the near future.
I don’t know what the outcome will be. I’m a historian. I’ve seen civilizations come and go. I’ve seen what happens when good people “do nothing.” I don’t know if there will be enough people today to rise up and defend their own cultures.
But I do know that good people who are defending their lives have been mocked. We have been told by an anti-American leader that we, the American citizens, are “afraid of women and three-year-old children.” Remember that?
We are afraid to let these little guys “immigrate” into our country:
Okay, he might be a little older than “three years old.”
Well, okay, that’s a pretty big knife. She might be older than “three years old ” too.
But how about another children’s class with teddy bears and cute stuffed animals?
The video had been “removed” — i.e. censored — off the media, but the accompanying article described a class in which very small children were being taught how to hack off the heads of all kinds of “cute little stuffed animals.” And some were “three years old.”
How about the “moms”?
Nothing to fear there? There are moms; such moms.
Ask the ladies:
The “ladies” come with papers. That proves they’re friendly, right?.
(Headlines today: “ISIS found with passport-printing machines.“) Or as the media said, “may have.” They don’t want to scare us too much.
Or you can ask the Muslim-friendly leaders if we have anything to fear:
And you’d better know who the Muslim lady in purple is. She rules the one who was placed in the office of the American presidency!
Do we have anything to fear? You can ask the guy in the middle who is bowing really low — oh, never mind.
Can’t ask him. He’s the one who mocked us in the first place.
This is the season of Advent. We look to the coming of this planet’s Messiah, the first phase of it and the second, final, phase. We hope to understand more during each annual remembrance.
The Bible, both the Hebrew Scriptures and the New Testament indicate that the Babe in the Manger had come down from Heaven as a conquering Warrior, into this Land of Doom, this Land of Destruction, and He will defeat all that has given us reproach and ruined us. *
And the Word of His mouth is like a two-edged sword.
I asked my class this morning to design a new kind of Christmas card . . .
We had a good laugh.
But we were not mocking.
* (see Zephaniah 3:14-18 and Wisdom 18:10-15 and Hebrews 4:12) “Do not fear, O Zion; let not your hands grow weak. 17The LORD, your God, is in your midst, a warrior who gives victory.