Wimp it! Wimp it good Lindsey! is their slogan stenciled in blood-red on their hate-filled T-cups.
Which intimidates Lindsey.
So, Lindsey now finds himself among the crowd that faces the political schizophrenia which brought down Romney, the previous republican who ran for president as a disciple of Ayn Rand (who grew up closer to the Ukraine than to the District of Columbia: Ayn Rand: Patron Saint of The Plutocracy).
I say "political schizophrenia" because Lindsey must play the game with the role of Lucifer during the primaries, then he must play the game with the role of Jesus during the general election.
Which makes for some damn strange sicko bedfellows:
The Lord is a warrior and in Revelation 19 it says when he comes back, he's coming back as what? A warrior. A mighty warrior leading a mighty army, riding a white horse with a blood-stained white robe ... I believe that blood on that robe is the blood of his enemies 'cause he's coming back as a warrior carrying a sword.(Hypothesis: The Cultural Amygdala - 4). If they could only get in touch with the mindset of the general public, which opposes the warmongering machinations this "kill anything that moves" ideology always engenders.
And I believe now - I've checked this out - I believe that sword he'll be
carrying when he comes back is an AR-15.
"Jesus is coming with an AR-15" - U.S. General
Now I want you to think about this: where did the Second Amendment come from? ... From the Founding Fathers, it's in the Constitution. Well, yeah, I know that. But where did the whole concept come from? It came from Jesus when he said to his disciples 'now, if you don't have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one.'
I know, everybody says that was a metaphor. IT WAS NOT A METAPHOR! He was saying in building my kingdom, you're going to have to fight at times. You won't build my kingdom with a sword, but you're going to have to defend yourself. And that was the beginning of the Second Amendment, that's where the whole thing came from. I can't prove that historically and David [Barton] will counsel me when this is over, but I know that's where it came from.
And the sword today is an AR-15, so if you don't have one, go get one. You're supposed to have one. It's biblical.
The scenario is summed up well by a veteran blogger's very sane perspective:
It's interesting. Russia does nothing more than sort of mumble in protest as we sign up nation after nation in their neighborhood into our military alliance. NATO is not a boy's club, you know, nor is it an economic organization. It is purely a military alliance, providing for commonality of weaponry and military practices. Russia expresses discontent but does not even make formal protest in the UN as, one after another, we sign up its former allies (satellite nations) into our military alliance.(On My Mind). Meanwhile, the news media now has its fourth or fifth version of the Ukraine news.
But then, when we reach the final ones and attempt to sign up the nation that is actually on their border, their equivalent of what Canada or Mexico would be to us, they say "Oh hell no," and we label them as aggressors. They stop our military advance on them and so they are the aggressors.
You did know, didn't you, that the "economic aid package" which Ukraine turned down from The European Union included requiring that Ukraine adopt NATO weapon standards and convert their military within a few years. Aside from what that would cost Ukraine, and the profit it would involve for Europe and the US, it was a military incursion into Ukraine; an attempt to make the Ukrainian military part of NATO. A reasoning person might see why Russia would object to that.
Which is much like the proverbial blind men around the elephant trying to explain what they feel in the moment.
Blind Willie McTell News surely must be a good metaphor for the mainstream media during yet another season of the witch.
"Season of the Witch", by Donovan