A hopeful way forward (multipart post S1)

For reasons of efficiency, this post has been broken into multiple Sections (currently S1-S3). S1 contains the introductory material that gives the overall continuing hope; PLEASE SEE THAT SECTION FOR RECENT UPDATES IF YOU HAVEN’T. S2 will contain the most recent X22 Report and a portion of the older Reports. S3 and any future sections will contain the remaining X22 Reports. Hopefully, S2 will remain in the list of ten most recent posts (for convenience) and contain links to S1 & S3. Links to S2 & S3.

If you are new to this post, please begin with Ep. 3088b and its added details in S3.

8 And I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send,
and who will go for us?” Then I said, “Here I am! Send me.” Is 6:8

Christian Soldiers

1 You then, my child, be strengthened by the grace that is in Christ Jesus, 2 and what you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses entrust to faithful men, who will be able to teach others also. 3 Share in suffering as a good soldier of Christ Jesus. 4 No soldier gets entangled in civilian pursuits, since his aim is to please the one who enlisted him. 5 An athlete is not crowned unless he competes according to the rules. 6 It is the hard-working farmer who ought to have the first share of the crops. 7 Think over what I say, for the Lord will give you understanding in everything. 2 Ti 2:1–7

Here is one of our prominent Christian Soldiers

Daniel Wood – Court Filing CV2023093987

Daniel Wood on the Court Case For the People of Arizona

Imagine if we were all used by God like that!!!

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Biblical Hope

The Greek word for hope (ἐλπίς or elpis) means “Confident Expectation.” With that in mind, have a new look at these Bible verses. This document is designed to be printed 2-sided and cut in half for handouts.

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More support for Dave’s position: “THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH (2023) DOCUMENTARY: GOOD LION FILMS” just below.  MUST WATCH: Pres. Trump Amplifies Dr. Jan Halper-Hayes’ Claims in Truth Social Post – Suggests Space Force Has Evidence of 2020 Election Fraud: “Trump Knew if He Presented Any of the Goods Early On, We’d Have a CIVIL WAR” (Click link, then scroll down to that title.)

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Original video. This is going to make your day!!!

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Trump has plans to regain the power of the executive office

Original article.

By Andrea Widburg, July 31, 2023

Last week, the New York Times published an essay with shattering news for the outlet’s readers: Donald Trump intends to use the full authority that the Constitution grants to the Executive to clean up the American government.  Trump’s three proposals are within the scope of his powers and will go a long way to cleaning up the Deep State.  Just as importantly, they’ll keep him from being dependent on the Vichy Republicans in Congress, the ones who’d rather work with Biden than with Trump.

The Times’ essay gives the game away in the subtitle: “The former president and his backers aim to strengthen the power of the White House and limit the independence of federal agencies.”  Let me translate: the president plans to break the back of the Deep State, which masquerades as a series of “independent” agencies but is, in fact, an unaccountable branch of the Democrat party.

The first thing to understand is that the Constitution authorizes only three branches of government: the Legislative to legislate, the Judicial to resolve cases and controversies, and the Executive to execute the laws drafted.  There is no fourth branch of government.  Nothing authorizes government agencies to legislate, carry out their own mandates, and have courts in which to try Americans for violating those mandates.  Technically speaking, they shouldn’t exist at all, but to the extent they do, they’re part of the Executive Branch.

Image: Donald Trump.  YouTube screen grab.

The second thing to understand is that the article is incredibly funny when you decide not to be irritated or even infuriated by its content.  Currently, Trump is the subject of unprecedented attacks by the Department of Justice, which is a branch of the Executive office.  He’s been the subject of an FBI raid and a grand jury.  The DOJ has systematically gone after everyone close to him.  And to top it all off, he’s been indicted for a crime he cannot have committed — namely, improperly taking and storing classified material.

This is a false accusation.  Trump was the big boss, giving him plenary power over national security.  If he decided to take documents out of the White House, they were no longer classified.  The allegations of a cover-up (which Trump strenuously denies) are also meaningless because there can be no cover-up when there is no crime.  Meanwhile, former vice presidents Biden and Pence blatantly broke national security laws, but the DOJ has decided not to prosecute.

The violation of past norms is overwhelming.  It also means that we’re now in a whole new set of norms — but to the hacks at the Times, Trump’s plan to go after Biden is the path to political hell:

Their plans to centralize more power in the Oval Office stretch far beyond the former president’s recent remarks that he would order a criminal investigation into his political rival, President Biden, signaling his intent to end the post-Watergate norm of Justice Department independence from White House political control.

Leftism is the ultimate form of narcissism because the standards are always different when you do it.

Aside from doing to Biden, whose long years of government corruption are now in the open, exactly what Biden’s openly biased DOJ is doing to Trump, here are Trump’s three other plans.  They all sound quite sensible when separated from the authors’ panicked recitation:

He’ll bring all agencies under presidential control, where they belong.

He will no longer feel obligated to spend money that Congress allocates (called “impounding”).  This is an interesting one because Congress does have the power of the purse — that is, it can impose taxes and divvy out the money taken from taxpayers.  However, beginning with Jefferson in 1801, presidents had the authority to spend, or not spend, the money as they saw fit.  Congress passed a law against impounding in 1974, but its constitutionality is dubious.

He will make it easier to fire federal employees who resist their boss’s (i.e., the president’s) orders, something everyone in America who is not a federal employee or dependent on one will support.  Moreover, I’m betting that decent, honorable federal employees will be happy to see a mechanism to get rid of people who put partisanship before their obligation to the taxpayers.

John McEntee, who’s working on Trump’s campaign, explains that the plan will “fundamentally reorient the federal government in a way that hasn’t been done since F.D.R.’s New Deal.” Thus,

“[o]ur current executive branch,” Mr. McEntee added, “was conceived of by liberals for the purpose of promulgating liberal policies. There is no way to make the existing structure function in a conservative manner. It’s not enough to get the personnel right. What’s necessary is a complete system overhaul.”

(By “liberal,” of course, he means “leftist.”)

If Trump returns to the White House, I wish him the greatest success with this plan, which will return the government to the people through their elected executive.

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10 Paradigm Shifts that Shatter Establishment Illusions

Original article. I am inserting this article at this time because it is it parallels what President Trump is teaching the public in the X22 Report Series. It gives good details on most areas, but I wish is were more direct and stronger on areas such as elections.

By J.B. Shurk, July 16, 2023

Sometimes it feels as if we are drowning in a torrent of bad news.  I would suggest, however, that the worse people feel, the more they are waking up to the serious contests of our time.  If you are unhappy with the political, economic, and social powers manipulating the world today, the critical first step in fighting those forces is changing the way people think about them.  By that measure, people today are changing their minds about the culture and institutions around them faster than ever.  Consider some of these fundamental shifts in thinking:

(1) Good vs. evil

Not long ago, it was common for conservatives to see the Marxist left as foolishly mistaken — a collection of young and inexperienced troublemakers who would eventually “snap out” of their common delusions once forced to confront reality.

Now people understand that the left’s real mission is to reject reality.  Castrating boys so that they can pretend to be girls is not “healthy.”  Perpetuating racism as social policy is not “justice.”  Imposing a “woke” State religion over personal conscience is not “moral.”  Aiding and abetting child sex–trafficking and drug-smuggling at our borders is not “compassionate.”  Stealing property is not “equitable.”  Just as with Leninism and Maoism before, today’s leftism is evil.

(2) Parties vs. uniparty

There has been a seismic shift in the way Republican voters see political parties.  After Obama forced government-controlled health care on America, the Tea Party movement began a desperate fight against socialism’s advances.  From the energy of that movement, Republicans eventually took back the House and Senate.  Despite those triumphs, Paul Ryan rubber-stamped Obama’s budgets, while refusing to build Trump’s border wall.  McConnell’s Senate Republicans, who had run on repealing Obamacare, cemented socialized medicine with McCain’s decisive betrayal.

Grassroots voters finally rejected Establishment Republicans and catapulted outsider Donald Trump into office.  In response, Republicans quietly assisted Democrats in their attempt to remove Trump through the Russia hoax.  In the space of a decade, most Republican officeholders were outed as RINOs, before voters properly concluded that they were actually part of a single D.C. Uniparty all along.  

(3) Science vs. political manipulation

The only good thing to come out of the government’s COVID lockdowns, forced medical experimentation, and masking theater was its inadvertent creation of a Eureka! moment for tens of millions of Americans who realized that “science” has become irredeemably politicized.  When health authorities opted for experimental injections over known medical treatments, they sacrificed lives to push an agenda.  When hospitals separated families and forced vulnerable patients onto ventilators, they acted inhumanely.  When politicians and corporations censored public dissent, destroyed livelihoods, hobbled childhood development, and terrified the public with known lies, they not only proved that objective science is dead, but also committed crimes against humanity.

(4) Self-determination vs. global government

Just as “RINO” and “Uniparty” have entered our lexicon as profanities, so too has “globalism.”  Without respect for the Constitution’s express prohibitions or the American public’s wishes, Deep State bureaucrats and politicians continue to surrender national sovereignty to the United Nations, the World Health Organization, the World Economic Forum, the International Monetary Fund, and their globalist brethren.  Americans have lost their self-determination and are now ruled by an alliance of spy agencies, central banks, multinational corporations, and transnational interest groups posing as charities.  In order to thwart a hegemonic global aristocracy, citizens must defend their national interests.

(5) Elections vs. selections

Every presidential election this century has been tainted by allegations of fraud.  Instead of remedying this public perception, election officials and courts have made things worse.  Voting has turned into a months-long affair that begins before candidates have even debated and often extends many weeks past Election “Day.”  Electronic voting machines remain vulnerable to hacks.  Mail-in balloting devoid of fundamental security, identity checks, or signature verification has transformed contests into ballot-stuffing fraud-fests orchestrated by paid political operatives.  Secretaries of state refrain from enforcing election law; attorneys general refrain from prosecuting crimes; courts rewrite statutory law to tilt elections.  Battleground states routinely suffer from inexplicable counting problems that delay the timely reporting of results.  Vote-counting lacks transparency and reproducibility.  When lawyers attempt to challenge results, their professional licenses are often threatened.  Americans overwhelmingly believe that election cheating is pervasive.

(6) Free speech vs. propaganda

Western governments are so terrified of losing control over their citizens that they attack freedom of speech as a threat to their continued monopolies over information.  Words and ideas are now labeled as “hateful” whenever they contradict official State dogma.  Debate and argument are censored as “misinformation” so as to stifle dissent.  Corporations and bureaucrats have anointed themselves as high priests for assessing “truth” or “disinformation.”  Their anti-Enlightenment efforts to smother freethinking have exposed the political Establishment as mere propagandists and bullies.

(7) Money vs. control

More and more people realize that free markets cannot exist alongside central banks that engage in rank manipulation of the economy.  Fiat currencies unbacked by precious metals are dying.  While private investment bankers and multinational corporations have benefited generously, central bank policies have destroyed ordinary Americans’ economic security.  Before the privately run Federal Reserve came into existence, Americans’ intergenerational social mobility was the highest in the world.  A century after its creation, income inequality has never been higher.  Now, in order to avert a looming economic Armageddon caused by a century of profligate spending, private banks and coercive governments seek to force everyone into a surveillance system based on central bank digital currencies.  Until we free our money from government control, totalitarian governments will use money to enslave the people.

(8) Impartial justice vs. targeted persecution

There is no faster way to destroy trust in a nation’s institutions than to use the criminal justice system as a machine for targeting political enemies.  Yet that is exactly what the FBI, the Department of (in)Justice, and their unethical allies donning black robes, have done.  In any country suffering from corruption, a telltale sign is when agency heads choose to rebuke ordinary citizens for no longer having faith in the system.  A healthy system, in contrast, never fears public challenge.  The people, upon whose consent government legitimacy rests, have a duty to call out corruption.  Consider it an admission of guilt, then, when FBI director Wray or Attorney General Garland condemns Americans for correctly noticing their two-tiered application of “justice.”

(9) Republic vs. empire

As Mark Twain succinctly noted, “America cannot have an empire abroad and a Republic at home.”  It did not work for the Romans, and it has not worked for American citizens since the end of WWII.  The U.S. Constitution severely limits the powers of the federal government while maximizing the powers of the states and the people.  Congress alone has the power to declare war.  The vast administrative bureaucracy has been divined from thin air.  The states have no obligation to obey the federal government when it acts unconstitutionally.  D.C. has transformed its limited powers into a global juggernaut beyond accountability.  In the process, Americans’ inherent rights and liberties have been abandoned.

(10) Civil war vs. revolution for independence

As Americans have come to terms with these revelations, they have also realized something else: the federal government spends an awful lot of time and resources dividing Americans against one another.  Should ordinary citizens ever seek to reclaim their liberties, that future conflict will resemble not America’s regional Civil War, but rather the Revolutionary War’s struggle against government tyranny.

We are living through a combustible era in which common Establishment illusions shatter daily.  Paradigm shifts in the way people see their world advance in short years, rather than over decades or centuries.  Is this revolution of the mind uncomfortable?  Absolutely.  It is also the quintessential feature of every great awakening.

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