Encouraging words

I will just quickly note that I’ve had difficulty getting a post up here, though I did manage to get one through on the other blog. This is an ongoing problem, but for the time being I will keep trying.

Moving on to more important thoughts, I was surprised to see an upbeat post on another blog: Malcolm Pollack has an encouraging piece at his blog. giving reasons why he thinks the ‘American Remnant’ has natural advantages over our fanatical opponents on the Left.

I found that post uplifting, amidst all the doom-and-gloom posts out there. I am aware of what we are up against, and I have no delusions that the difficulties we face, and the big factor of the Unknown, will suddenly resolve themselves without any real effort on our part.

The ‘Q’ people repeat the phrase ‘God wins.’ Well, of course God wins ultimately. But it won’t be a piece of cake; there’s a rough road ahead on the way to the ‘God wins‘ scenario.

All the more reason to look at the reasons why we might have an advantage or two over the chaotic left.

What is that advantage? It is that, in sharp contrast to the Bioleninist coalition of the Left, the American community that brought Trump to power, and that will persist even in defeat, is remarkably monolithic. It has deep roots in not only American, but Western, cultural, religious, and philosophical traditions — traditions, such as the intrinsic worth of the individual, the paramount importance of liberty and property, and the belief that there are natural rights that flow from Man’s creation in the image of God, that are shared, with very little disagreement, by everyone who is about to vote for Trump in the coming election. The basis of the Left’s coalition, on the other hand, is little more than a tallying-up, or adoption by proxy, of grievances — sullen resentments that arise from one’s membership in this or that victim-group.

Read the rest at the link. I felt encouraged by the points the writer makes. I hope you will, too.

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