Skip to comments.God has One Foot Out the Door [Part 6: Taboo Topics, Kookophobes, and Hope]
Posted on 11/27/2003 11:02:23 AM PST by Arthur Wildfire! March
There are three topics covered in this conclusion.
1. Message of Hope.
2. One Force of Taboo [and discussing Part 4, which was deleted]
3. The other force of Taboo. An infection preventing us from defeating much of the evil in our land.
Message of Hope 
[When I wrote Part 4, I stumbled into a message of hope. Fortunately, even though Part 4 was deleted, I had an intermediate draft with which to reconstruct it.]
The following I wrote is close to the Truth, but not quite there. The conclusion at the bottom is even more close.
"Some people think that God left our nation already. My friends, it's never too late. So long as one person tries to change this country, there is hope. Just about everyone in this forum cares deeply about God and Country.
"Will the Voter ever care? I believe so. I talk to strangers all the time. Generally speaking, they care overwhelmingly about God and Country. But there's some kind of wall between us and them. Find out what that wall is, because no one can tell you. Find that wall, and you will help break the chains of sin that bind our nation.
"We each have our own Holy Grail. We must each go on our own personal quest. Only then, will God head back in to find a chair and sit among us, as a nation."
One Force of Taboo 
I want us all to have a joyous holiday season. Unfortunately, the realm of liberal politics, particularly in the state of Massachusetts, is not something that evokes joy, and exposing liberal politics for what it is, that is one of the most vital functions of this forum.
This quest for truth can lead to a paradox at times, which is why Part 4 was removed. In hindsight, I believe that to be perfectly fitting. Saying it like it is about the state of Massachusetts should be forbidden-- after our King, the Voter, leads our nation wisely. Until then, the outrage must intensify exponentially.
I do not envy the task of an administration moderator during this joyous holiday season. People, such as myself, have available time right now and want to make it count. Other people want to be filled with joyous harmony. I understand how difficult it is to, on the one hand, allow the Quest for Truth to proceed, and on the other hand, keep it clean. The Truth of liberal politics, ladies and gentlemen, is ugly, filthy and vile, so much so that some Christians tell you that you are religiously forbidden from describing it, or saying it like it is.
Spare me the lectures, please, about 'not speaking evil'. This forum is what a Royal Advisor was back in the Middle Ages. The Voter is our earthly King, and we provide information, advise, and even organise dramatic presentations [FReeping], to persuade our King that our councel is what is best. We might dance politely around certain ugly topics at first. But if the King persists in his folly, then we must speak more bluntly. If the King ignores blunt talk and his actions are abominable, we must put nation first and even risk be-heading to get our point across, particularly when the King does things offensive to God.
That is why coming here, on the FR, can be risky during the holidays. One of my Thanksgivings was ruined when I came here, but I'm still glad I came. It was my decision. I cherish the freedom of the internet. This is a time when liberals get bold. They know good Christians don't want to hear about all the vile things they are up to until after New Years, and so liberals do some of their worst work right about now.
As mentioned earlier, Part 4 was removed. The reason was it's "a bit too explicit". Maybe so. With kids under 18 years entering this forum, I understand that line of reasoning. But school children were bussed over to Boston, from all over the state, to hear vileness vastly more explicit.
Here's a web site address to Part 4, but be warned, it's rough. If you are under 18, please don't go there. Don't spoil your innocence. After all, it's blunt talk about Massachusetts, an entire state not fit for children:
Once you've read it, I think you will understand the dilemna placed on the Administration Moderater when people complained. In fact, it was slightly worse. Since this is Thanksgiving Day, I removed a nickname I'd used for that infernal state. Other than that, it is as close to word-for-word as possible, with no significant modifications.
There is an infection preventing us from defeating much of the evil in our land.
Some of you are angry with me. I'm a tough guy. I can take it. And I can dish it back three times worse when my accusers are hypocrites with selective outrage. I was just being a messenger, actually toning down what was told to school kids in Boston. There's a report in Worldnetdaily that is even more explicit than I was. Don't go there if my watered-down version was too much for you, however:
I'm glad it was there. I was looking for the truth. And wouldn't you know it? There's a link, right there in our homepage to Worldnetdaily. Should the Taboo Police have that link yanked as well? Or is their outrage selective? And the hypocritical part of my accusers is, the only way a person could even understand what I said is if they know explicitly what a certain word means. I didn't know the word until a FReeper told me about it here on this same forum, someone living in Massachusetts who is outraged about his state. I was 36 or 37 years old and thought I'd heard it all. He proved me wrong. No one complained then, several months back. Perhaps outrage is selective with some folks, targeted against certain people. And perhaps we should ban any remarks by Rush when he talks about 's----ing the tax payers', in the name of consistency.
Don't worry, 'oh noble and high minded accusers' who know what a word like that means. If you want to spend your time picking motes out of my eye when I mention there's a Redwood tree stuck in a certain place in this country, go right ahead. I would love to hang around all day swapping verbal abuse with you guys, but I got other fish to fry. This is it for a while. So for the next few weeks or so, I'm outta here. Moving along....
The other force of Taboo. 
The Force of Taboo is an unwitting tool of the Left, a force of darkness that spreads ignorance. The Left's most powerful weapon is the Taboo Force of Kookophbia, an infection that spreads directly from the DC Beltway. For example, there is a coverup that is strictly taboo, a coverup that led to the dismissal of numerous forensics specialists: The Ron Brown Coverup. The reason it's not talked about widely in talk radio is the powerful force of kookophobia, radio hosts who cringe at the thought of going up against the Washington Post. They might be called kooks. [Oh my goodness! The terror! The increased heart rate. The tinfoil!] This allergic reaction to tinfoil rules their lives.
In the matter of Ron Brown: we have x-ray evididence, we have a private talk between then-President Clinton and a key military leader, we have violated proceedures, we have A DEAD CABINET MEMBER, we have 35 dead on that plane, we have an unusual flight, we have a deceitful description of the weather, we have high level forensics specialists backing up the persecuted whistle blowers who were drummed out over such weighty matters as 'parking tickets' and 'attitudes', we have the heart of Chinagate, and we have bizarre silence.
I've frequently said good things about Sean Hannity. He's normally a tough guy, willing to face up to the worst of the worst. But even Hannity, who I would otherwise respect, allowed the Force of Taboo to win out over Truth, regarding Ron Brown.
A few months back, I heard Sean Hannity have a panic attack when a caller snuck in to talk about Ron Brown. Hannity was hard on that man. Hannity said for a fact that Ron Brown was not shot. Hannity's retreat in the face of so much evidence goes to show just how powerful the Force of Taboo is. I've never seen him run from the truth before. I think a lot of Hannity. But kookophobia, ladies and gentlemen, has a stronger grip than truth. Once it sets in, kookophobia is to politics what crack is to the drug scene.
Nor is Hannity alone. But sadly, something as weighty as using the Commerse Department as a conduit for nuclear weapons tech transfers, and then the resulting death of Ron Brown and 34 others, followed by false quotes sent by the military to the Washington Post, followed by the discharge of Coswell, Hause, and Janoski for standing by their actual statements, the Chinagate/Brown Crash Connection, one of the most outrageous injustices in the History of the Free World, is swept under the rug, not only by Hannity, but also by many other men I deeply respect. I only picked Hannity because we all know how courageous he is outside the realm of kookophobia.
There's no rational or logical reason to return to worn out straw man counterpoints, as people do, when presented with the Brown Crash. Missing photos, missing x-rays, and even a confession on national television [Hause on BET].
But all I hear is the same old joke. "Did they shoot him while aboard the plane and then commit suicide by jumping out of the plane?"
First off, we don't know if Brown was shot or not shot until there's an autopsy. He was possibly shot. Secondly, there was an invention made back last century, a parachutte. Gee, I don't know. Perhaps that's too sci-fi to consider. Thirdly, who said he was shot while the plane was in the air? Croatian paramilitaries could have shot him, or he could have been shot by operatives sent to make sure he was dead, or he could even have been shot prior to takeoff. Who knows? Why do otherwise intelligent people persist with that lame question after years of debate? The answer is not found in the realm of logic, but in the realm of Taboo.
I am fed up with kookophobia because if it were not for that infection, the DNC would not be here today. Not only would the Brown Coverup be exposed, but also Tainted Blood, the four dead Arkansas state troopers at Waco, the strange death of Betty Currie's Brother, and so many other taboo outrages, I can't think of them all in one sitting.
Thank God some of us are immune to kookophobia. History must remember Truth, no matter how taboo the subject is. Seek the Truth, and the Truth will set you free. Truth hurts. The Truth can be ugly. And a strong dose of the Truth is exactly what it will take. The Voter, our earthly King, is wearing rose colored glasses. We must remove those glasses. Or our land will lose our Spiritual King.
God has one foot out the door, and people on this forum are trying to muzzle us at a time when Truth is so vital. They might issue complaints about our strong words with any excuse they can think of. They will try to publicly humiliate us for standing up against false quotes never retracted by the Washington Post.
Don't fall for it. Why believe the quote of a quote when the one quoted disputed that quote to the point of having an otherwise sterling career destroyed? Janoski, Hause, and Cogswell, heroes and patriots who stood for the Truth, who were never rewarded, only punished. I hope they have a particularly blessed Thanksgiving. Those who mock them for all they lost, I hope they stuff themselves silly today. They're full of it.
I talk to strangers all the time. I saw 'to' because they just listen, astounded, asking me to say more. Generally speaking, they care overwhelmingly about God and Country. Do they run away and hold their ears like children when I mention taboo subjects? Quite the opposite, those same topics make them more hungry for the truth than anything else I say. Taboo topics are one of the walls dividing us from the Voter. There are many walls between us and them. Find out what those walls are, because no one can tell you. Find those walls, and you will help break the chains of sin that bind our nation.
Yes, I realise that God is present in various churches, homes, and people. He makes His divine presence felt, but not as strongly as a nation that unites in combined humility before Him, a nation that has the 10 Commandments placed in every public building, a nation that says in one voice, "under God". Only then can we all feel just how warm the light of God's love can be to a nation. We will never have 100% unity, of course. But the super-majority is quite capable of uniting under the name of God and the 10 Commandments. Yes, I believe it can be done.
We each have our own Holy Grail. We must each go on our own personal quest. Only then, will God head back in to find a chair and comfortably sit among us, as a welcome guest of this nation.
Happy Thanksgiving and Regards....
I agree. A lot of people have never heard of this stuff- thanks to the Establishment Press's self-censorship or silence about it.
We need to know these things.
What - no discussion, just a conclusion?
Is there - was there an accompanying, preceeding piece to this puzzle I'm missing?
This is a premise I cannot buy. I can fathom it, but I do not see indications of it.
Many of the evils we lament today, of which the Massachussettes ruling is only the latest, can be properly adduced to the shift away from man as a Divinely created being to man as an animal.
Plato's Republic has been a favorite utopian model for liberals over the ages, yet in that work Plato demanded that men be keenly aware of their accountability for earthly actions before God. Lacking this component, "Republics" like the former U.S.S.R, China, and smaller communist dicatorships have not produced liberty and happiness, but slavery and misery. Plato rightly doubted that his Republic would ever materialize on earth.
And to the extent that we collectively legislate God out of the public square, we deny any activity at all and will find ourselves enslaved and miserable.
Arthur: Thanks for having the courage and moral fortitude to bring these unpleasant realities into the halls of free public discourse. These are not only worthy topics, but mandatory.
There is a fine difference; WHAT was written previously had it worded as if God was exiting of his own accord - THIS is what I meant when I said "I don't see any sign of this."
One would have to be deviod of his very senses to see that God is being ushered slowly but surely from any prescence, sign or indication in our daily lives.
DO you get the finer difference I just pointed out?
The conversion of Russia/the USSR was prominent on the Catholic's list of things to pray for during that period we now call "The Cold War", and, I would say, the result that was achieved, it's eventual dissolution. You *are* aware of this period in time and the prayers which were offered up for this to come about aren't you?
(Do you remember the visit by The Pope to Gen. Jaruzelski of Poland - and the communist general literally trembling on camera?)
I draw what little knowledge I have about the Divine nature from the Bible. In the Old Testament, God routinely used one nation to chastize another, esp. prophesied in the minor prophets. There's no reason to assume God's character has changed over time ("For I am the LORD, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed." Mal. 3:6), though the age of Divine revelation has passed with the completion of Holy Scripture.
Will God turn His back on us entirely? I don't know, but it certainly will not be well for us if He does. We do know know this from Scripture: He will always have His elect people in every nation, no matter how apostate the government and culture ("No one can snatch them from my hand"). For the Christian, this is a source of unspeakable comfort.
I don't think so.
He gave his only begotten son once, remember?
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life." John 3:16With that kind of love, I don't think that's in the plans.
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