Paul's Passing Thoughts

Be Encouraged. Tyrants Don’t Get It and Never Will. The Art of the Comeback

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on November 5, 2020

“And guess what? If they successfully steal the election, they have made him a martyr. Tyrants often do that, but the Democrats far-exceed the normal incompetency of run-of-the-mill tyrants, they are in the process of making him a living martyr who can write a good sequel.”

There is a time to enjoy freedom and there is a time to fight for it. We are presently in a time where we must fight for it. Susan and I found each other late in life and have used most of our time together to help others through TANC Ministries. Our reward occurs on a personnel level with people and rarely garners any significant fanfare. With all of the recent political turmoil in this country and other ministry frustrations, it is tempting to close shop and invest all of our time in each other. No one would blame us, and I don’t really care if they did. But, we have grandchildren. None of us, in good conscience, can leave our grandchildren a legacy where voter fraud and other Banana Republic schemes are acceptable.

Even Democrats of old like Jimmy Carter railed against mail-in voting. And by the way, there was always a mail-in voting process in place called “absentee ballots.” But, obviously, the Democrats wanted a system where they could merely monitor returns and supply votes where needed. And they did. The system really wasn’t all that bad if bi-partisan observers were allowed into the process, but they weren’t.

Let’s pause to boil all of this down from a biblical perspective. The essence of sin is a desire to control others; elitism is merely a manifestation of that. If a given society has an impressive middleclass, it diminishes the importance of the elitist class. Elitists value themselves according to how many people are lesser than they are. Caste is a direct product of sin’s control-lust. Condemnation through the law, or somebody’s idea of a law or standard, sends this message: “You are unworthy and need to submit to being ruled over by those who are wiser.” Christ came to end the law’s condemnation by enduring its punishment for us. If you are going to submit to someone’s rule over you, it needs to be Christ and not some elitist government official. The Bible is clear: governments are ordained of God to support individual freedom. God will judge us according to what we do with that freedom. But it behooves everyone to end condemnation in their lives by embracing the new birth through Christ.

For whatever reason, Donald Trump is different. He doesn’t value himself based on how many people are lesser than he is, and he raised his children to have the same mentality. They know that the strength of an open society is only as strong as its middleclass.

In regard to Democrats, their entire wellbeing depends on being part of the upper crust, and their elitism is measured by the volume of have-nots. This is their entire problem with Donald Trump: he is a champion of the middleclass.

Don’t forget, the tendency to doubt ourselves is as natural as sin itself. Low self-esteem, and low confidence are natural barriers. Tyrants know they only need to feed that natural tendency through condemnation in order to gain control of people. Invariably, this version of total depravity, a secular version, makes the state god. Hence, individualists threaten the very wellbeing of those who see the state as mommy and daddy. This explains their hostility entirely. This explains why we have had about ten Trump yard signs stolen from the front of our house.

Trump doesn’t like to lose. Not that he has lost just yet, but if he does, he is by no means going away. He lost in real estate once, and it led to a follow-up to his iconic book, “The Art of the Deal.” If the Democrats think they can beat Trump without a sequel coming, they are, well…being Democrats. Like all tyrants full of control-lust, they don’t get it and never will. Furthermore, they are not just dealing with Trump, but his three children.

Look, elitist corruption on both sides of the political fence and in-between was the elephant in the room that wasn’t being dealt with until Trump came along. The middleclass knew that politics was a complete open society pretense and were therefore disengaged. They knew voting was a waste of good time. Trump changed all of that and is seen as a man of the people. Trump has totally exposed the breadth and depth of elitist corruption.

And guess what? If they successfully steal the election, they have made him a martyr. Tyrants often do that, but the Democrats far-exceed the normal incompetency of run-of-the-mill tyrants, they are in the process of making him a living martyr who can write a good sequel. And it gets even worse; Obama is a pretty sharp cookie and he couldn’t destroy America’s open society despite his best efforts, and now a senile crook and a  leftist hussy are going to get the job done? This is going to be fun to watch.

And don’t forget: the Republicans maintained control of the Senate and gained seats in the house. And in addition, we have a mid-term election coming in two years. And in addition to that, there are real reasons to impeach Biden. Look, I know many Americans have a mommy-state mentality and are full of self-loathing and fear, but they didn’t come out in greater numbers for Biden than Obama as the present popular vote statistics suggest; if Obama was still their hero, Trump would not have won a first term. The election is clearly in the process of being stolen away through voter fraud and I seriously doubt the middleclass is going to stand for it.

It is interesting to note that the Democrat political pundits are bemoaning the fact that if Biden wins, it won’t be by a landslide. Along with the win, they know they need a strong mandate statement, in the form of a massive landslide, that might send Trump and his kids packing. They are worried. Trust me, they are very worried. They know this means that Trump is not going away and might be in an even stronger position as a temporary outsider.

Bottom line: if Trump wins, everyone will cheer for the reality that he won despite voter fraud and the fraud itself will not be dealt with because the bullet was dodged. No, it is much better that our free society gratification is delayed for a better result. It took us 40 years to get here, we are not going to get out in eight.

paul

 

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  1. lydia00 said, on November 15, 2020 at 10:02 AM

    Without his office, it will be much easier to frame Trump and manufacture evidence. I think they will bring him down with a corrupt Court and bankrupt him. They cannot afford to leave him as a martyr. Every single time I think they won’t go any lower, they do. And we are guaranteed Soviet style elections from then on out.

    One thing they do is pick off any influential supporters one by one and those who support the constitution like judges. There are so few courageous people left.

    This is global. They got to Boris. It is all related. Covid, riots, lockdowns, etc. 5 years ago I would have laughed at anything like that but not anymore. It’s the “Great Reset” right out of the world economic forum from Davos. They don’t even try to hide it anymore –they are in our face. We are the only country that has one thing going for us. 2A. And in one six-month period, 5 million brand new gun owners. Let’s just hope the majority of them are on the right side.

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    • Paul M. Dohse Sr. said, on November 15, 2020 at 10:18 AM

      Yep, except if they go after Trump that could cause huge problems.

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    • Paul M. Dohse Sr. said, on November 15, 2020 at 10:23 AM

      Certainly, they will want to send a strong message that if you are an outsider you dare not run for office. Yes, they will try to make an example out of Trump, I just think it will backfire.

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