Whether you are for Trump or a dumbass for Hillary, you do have to think of the future.
Think about this, Trump gets into office, hated by both sides of the aisle, what can he accomplish with a congress that hates him? Considering most of the country hates him too. This is an important point, most of the country will hate him too even if he wins.
Now Hilary gets into office, half the country hates her, the other half will cry “Sexism, Progress! Flat Earthers! This is why we need feminism! War on Women!” any time we try to stop her policies, policies that will be the same as Obama’s. Remember how criticizing Obama automatically made you a racist?
So while both will be a third term of Obama, at least Trump will be easier to stop with our representatives and senators.
Socialism is not in the least what it pretends to be. It is not the pioneer of a better and finer world, but the spoiler of what thousands of years of civilization have created. It does not build, it destroys. For destruction is the essence of it. It produces nothing, it only consumes what the social order based on private ownership in the means of production has created. -Ludwig Von Mises
America is the greatest country in the world.
Any examples to the contrary can almost always be traced back to leftist and democrats.
The 6th Tallest Pyramid in the world is a Bass Pro Shop!
Can this happen in the USA? Hey, give the government a few years to figure out a way, and it will!
Venezuela has a new ‘forced labor’ law that can require people to work in fields | VICE News
International human rights activists are complaining that new laws have introduced forced labour in Venezuela.
“A new decree establishing that any employee in Venezuela can be effectively made to work in the country’s fields as a way to fight the current food crisis is unlawful and effectively amounts to forced labor,” Amnesty International said in a statement released on Thursday.
President Nicolás Maduro signed a decree at the end of last week that gives powers to the labor ministry to order “all workers from the public and private sector with enough physical capabilities and technical know-how” to join a government drive aimed at increasing food production.
They can be required to work in the agricultural sector for a 60-day period that can be extended for another 60 days “if the circumstances require it.”
Meanwhile socialists in the United States are like, “Durr why does a loaf of bread cost money? Why do I have to pay for something I NEED?”
This is why, idiots. Price controls lead to shortages, and shortages lead to forced labor.
“I hate this wage slavery” Not as much as you’d hate being a slave to government whims.
This would happen say on the day of the election, November 8th. Yes, the scenario is very real. Would not put this past the government and it’s many subversive agents! With of course the Clintons/Soros behind it all.
Early in the afternoon (EST) a small group of global guerrillas spring an N-1 trap (N-1 is a last moment action or betrayal) on the US:
A dozen faux bombs in suspicious packages are placed at heavily (Rep or Dem) polling locations resulting in evacuation and widespread concern.
Robocalls pour in to police departments and polling places in heavily (Rep or Dem) polling locations with bomb/terrorist threats. Widespread poll closures occur. Calls continue until late.
Election results are skewed. Electoral college swings to the candidate helped by the threats.
All of the candidates in this election are awful and they basically all believe in the same thing and I’m about to go full Benedict option.
So when I saw the above? I searched for this Benedict option. Found it. Read it. Can fully agree. Now you read it, and see if you can also fully agree.
The “Benedict Option” refers to Christians in the contemporary West who cease to identify the continuation of civility and moral community with the maintenance of American empire, and who therefore are keen to construct local forms of community as loci of Christian resistance against what the empire represents. Put less grandly, the Benedict Option — or “Ben Op” — is an umbrella term for Christians who accept MacIntyre’s critique of modernity, and who also recognize that forming Christians who live out Christianity according to Great Tradition requires embedding within communities and institutions dedicated to that formation.