Between the desire, And the spasm
Between the potency, And the existence
Between the essence, And the descent
Falls the Shadow
For Thine is the Kingdom
For Thine is, Life is, For Thine is the
This is the way the world ends
This is the way the world ends
This is the way the world ends
Not with a bang but a whimper.
—T.S. Eliot, "The Hollow Men" (1925)
A rant of sorts:
Reality is deteriorating brick by brick, a purple haze illuminated alternate world is unraveling; one where large portions of America have dived deeper than ever into the prophecies of Huxley like vision. November 12, Friday afternoon, after a week and half of counting ballots, prop 203 was down over 3,000 votes from legalizing “medical marijuana” in the state of Arizona. November 15, Monday morning, Arizonan’s woke up to prop 203 miraculously passing on an overwhelming margin of 4,500 provisional ballots. Al Franken would be proud to see such a deficit overcome so auspiciously. For the life of me I am once again feeling righteous indignation and a touch of conspiracy theory.
As the 15th state to legalize pot, Liberal minds are applauding their self congratulatory stupor over another step in dumbing down America. Conservatives and moderate religious minds alike are silent on this issue. What is happening to our value system? Is this what our future will be relegated to, state by state, were going to legalize mind altering drugs until voter apathy transforms sanity into persona non grata? Fraud, self and public deception, plus the prevalent destruction of moral code seems very well to be the new modus operondi. My conspiracy theory mind is working overtime in light of this news, mostly because Arizona turned dark red from this last election. My interpretation of a state that overwhelmingly voted out democrats of all offices would translate into the pendulum swinging back to conservative, Christian values. So how the heck did we pass pot? How many Christians want to smoke a fat one while in the prayer circle with Jesus? How many hard working conservatives spend time in J town each night, making sure they provide all they can for their family? If you are thinking what I am, that would be a resounding zilch, at least it SHOULD BE!
American’s, question your government, question you officials, and question the motives behind marijuana supporters.
Getting to the nuts and bolts:
Okay, why are my undergarments in such a tizzy? Because I am stuck on the prophesized evolution of government control, in that we continue one foot in front of the other until our inevitable outcome is accomplished. I am not a defeatist in the sense that we are powerless to make positive change, it is more a working knowledge of signs, experience and all key indicators following the course set forth by history. In order to fully answer this question, I must change gears and topics, thus the only means I have for my over the top lament of legalizing marijuana.
The incremental nation wide legalization of marijuana is a testament to the ultimate mind control of American voters. Let’s look at a quick lie put forth by the “legalize Pot” platform. In 1996 California passed proposition 215 to legalize the use of “Medical Marijuana.” The proponents of this law ushered and wheeled out all of the saddest cases they could find for marijuana use, thus exploiting the real suffering of some patients for agenda proselytizing. Soon Alaska and Colorado would follow similar suit. Californians who wish to light up for “Medical” purposes received their wish, so why the need for proposition 219 in which all adults 21 and older can purchase and smoke at will? This is just the lie realized, undercover by the true worst case scenarios, the drug addicts and profiteers couldn’t actually stop their. Since the inception of California’s 2004 card issuant laws, the total number of cards issued through 2009 stands at 37,000, 13,000 of which are limited to San Francisco…this is too easy. Some of you are probably thinking that is an insignificant number and not worthy of news. Well friend, its 37,000 more than we knew of previously, and that is only California. Colorado is reporting more that 100,000 card holders. I couldn’t verify Michigan states numbers, but sources estimate 2009 card holders at around 65,000. This issue is growing and the odds are ever increasing for full legalization in another decade. As it is 15 states down, 35 to go (or if you’re the President, that would be 42 more to go). Proponents of marijuana are using the time tested methods of voter wear down; it has worked with gay marriage, unionization, eminent domain and adolescent teen confidential access to abortion. All these things undermine family values and place trust in elitist ruling classes.
As I have stated in other articles, our government officials are really bright people (except slow Joe Biden). These officials operate under the cover of legal bodies, devising new laws, regulations and edicts which you and I “the little folk” will live under. It is not cynical of me to point out that members of congress do not live by the same principles or circles we do, they are and have been above the fray ever since our most erudite professor President Wilson. The controls advocated by the government work through multiple prong approaches.
1. Take control of the children who are overachievers by indoctrination in the University. Not even a liberal can protest their utter control of campus policy, the only thing stopping them from complete abolishment of free speech is entities like the Alliance Defense Fund, and once in a blue moon, the ACLU.
2. Mandate that all kids must go to college or they are destined to be bottom feeders, after all, the elite will berate independent minds that try to circumvent their system, and devise a future in which remedial jobs require degrees. (We're already there folks).
3. Give the uneducated marijuana, this will keep the rest of society pliable and too lazy to go out and vote.
4. Take over of family values through attrition. The 1960’s to present have shown a lack of fortitude by conservative families to instill strong values generation after generation. I wrote two hubs about this topic;
5. California and New York have proved faithfully that no matter how lousy the leadership is, and no matter how bad the state economy is run into the ground, liberal values have triumphed. Just like 15 states passing marijuana propositions, it’s a game of attrition, and we’re not heeding historical facts.
There are those who will remain blind to scripture prophesizing a one world order. U.N. worshippers and our bower in chief only perpetuate this reality. Woodrow Wilson exalted the forming of the “League of Nations.” Today, we allow our enemy Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to enter the New York branch of this cowardice community. We are going to realize a day not to far off in which we transfer American sovereignty to the 10 kings, and one dragon. The indoctrinated will rejoice and the stoned will light up another roach in celebration. God help us all.
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