Sunday Sermonette

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We all need it every hour of every day, and a lack of that spirit in our lives leads to an empty despair that can’t be compensated for with money, things, power or anything else.  I’m not preaching, just offering an opinion and this blog is opinion heavy.

Your thought of the Day

The perversity of nature is nowhere better demonstrated than by the fact that, when exposed to the same atmosphere, bread becomes hard while crackers become soft.

Virtue Signaling
Does polling Democrats lead to accurate information? No

“There is a preference (among leftists) to lie about their own views to virtue signal. In other words, they know it’s wrong to not want black candidates or to dislike gay candidates. Even choosing women over men, while considered virtuous by many liberals, is still a prejudicial position that many will claim not to support even as they do.” (Commenterama Politics) 

Some believe that the Democrat party is more ‘normal’ now than it will become. They contend that the Dems have not hit bottom as they become the party of angry white women (heavily weighted by lesbians). The thesis runs that Democrats, a party of angry white women, want white women in power by a large number. Blacks want blacks in power, but no one else does and angry white women don’t  spend much time worrying about what anyone else thinks. True or false? You read the tea leaves and decide for yourselves.

A Nasty Princess?

Told of Dutchess Meghan’s Markle-Windsor’s barbs by The Sun, Trump insisted it was the first time he’d heard them. He said: “I didn’t know that. What can I say? I didn’t know that she was nasty.”

Meghan didn’t make good on her 2016 racist promise to move to Canada if President Trump won the presidency. Only a racist would threaten to move to white Canada instead of Mexico or to Africa. The fact that she ‘married up’ and left the US is apparently not enough to keep from slamming her president (she still holds joint citizenship).
While there are disagreements with the British Royals on issues such as the climate change hoax, the US still has a firm bond with the United Kingdom/Great Britain.

The theme runs this way: President Trump will declassify a lot of filthy little secrets about the Obama Administration and its efforts so spy on the Trump campaign (not artfully).
To distract from that the Democrat controlled house will try to impeach President Trump so that the disclosures about the actions of the deep state will be masked by endless hearings.
How will all that work out? I cast the runes the same as the rest of you do. 
But I will say that my sense is that General Clapper will go under the knife first and that he will blab all that he knows.
The Scope of D-Day (June 6)
The D-Day Anniversary is coming and you’ll read a lot about it. I’ve been a part of large military operations but nothing close to D-Day. And I’ve been in an abattoir, but nothing like the scope of Omaha Beach. I don’t know how you live through that and remain anything like normal. Men did, and men didn’t. It’s certainly something you’d live with, and men have. The Greatest Generation.
And how would it be as a German Volksgrenadier, standing in a trench protecting an emplacement there and watching what’s coming? A sobering sight.

Is Reincarnation Happening?

Daily Timewaster (h/t) has a theory.

22 thoughts on “Sunday Sermonette

  1. The fascination Americans have with the British royal family is a mystery to me. Why they care about these inbred elitists who abdicated their control over the UK simply to keep their heads out of the guillotine mystifies me. They are really nothing more than the British version of progeny are side shows.
    The queen represents Mickey Mouse, Prince Charles is Goofy and the
    So what if Meagan Markle is nasty? Or not?

    I am more interested in how Brexit goes, and if Nigel Farrage can energize the Brits to take back their sovereignty from the globalists who have made London into a giant Star Wars bar scene.

  2. To me the royal family is like a group of Hollywood people. Decorative for the most part, but minimally functional. I'll make an exception for Prince Harry who at least saw time in Afghanistan. Like the quote about bread and crackers. Gonna steal it.

  3. My dad flew Avengers against Japan from early '43 on, so he had a relatively "easy" WW2.

    A friend's dad was a glider pilot on D-Day, and the only survivor on his aircraft after they got lit up by flak and crash-landed. He wound up with a mostly metal hip that always was a pain at airports.

    D-Day was a bad scene, but it worked out for the best.

  4. My only question re the declassification is how many 'suicides' or 'heart attacks' will suddenly strike those at the center of the scandal, since the Clintons are up to their eyebrows in this.

  5. Much like Hollywood – their sole existence is for the entertainment of the subjects within the Commonwealth. Maybe it's only me, but I am not entertained. The royal family is really nothing more than a parasitic jester performing on stage, and the Changing of the Guards in front of Buckingham Palace is like watching Old Faithful erupt: daily performances.

  6. So you suggest that the Queen and her assembly of misfit relatives are nothing more than bread and circus?

  7. The Clintons are known to murder their would be expository, but Barack could join in as well. Clapper could be hit by a bus, Comey could commit suicide, and maybe even Barack could suffer a fatal stroke even while trying to orchestrate the night of the long knives. Brennan is still hoping for the SECDEF job under Pres Sanders. Are you suggesting that he may suffer a heart attack first?

    We need to set up a dead pool lottery

  8. Yes, with one exception: they have no power, whereas the original providers of bread and circi (plural of circus?), the Roman rulers had power, sometimes wielded with the dictator du jour's thumb, up or down.

  9. What a helpful sermon, but you left out the trannies. Will the heavily weighted white women turn on the heavily weighted white "women"?

    Then there's Clapper & The Coup.

    Declass, please.

  10. They’re incredibly wealthy in land, gold, etc.

    That would allow them to wield power if they were disposed to.

  11. I don’t think the trannies have much of a lobby, or Michelle would be running.

  12. "Heavily weighed by lesbians". Sure you didn't mean to write, "heavily weighed lesbians?"

  13. And how would it be as a German Volksgrenadier, standing in a trench protecting an emplacement there and watching what's coming?

    Not too bad, since the Volksgrenadier divisions weren't formed until that fall. But for the ordinary Frontschweinen (spelling?), it sure would've sucked.

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