Saturday, May 14, 2022

The Great Reset and Electric Bicycles

Your American Heritage Radio Show

 It’s Day 479 of the coup, the theft of the American Government, by enemies both foreign and domestic. 

We are in the throes of The Great Reset. Remember the slogan from Klaus Schwab, head of the World Economic Forum of Davos: You will own nothing and you will be happy.  

How does that happen? By devaluing your dollar and making it worth less, or worthless.

Print more money than you can support.

Let me give you an analogy.

Dollars used to be backed by gold. Now they are backed by the full faith and credit of the United States.

The full faith and credit of the United States is the ability to pay it debts based on what it expects to take in in taxes and fines. That is a not an easily expandable resource.

How much of that resource is left? 

The government has printing presses to print money. What does it matter how much we print?

Well, if a dollar represented a stock share in America, and you printed more dollars, it’s like issuing more stock shares in America. That’s called watering down the shares. The value of all the shares decreases.

When you go to buy something at a garage sale, that dollar is still a dollar. But when you go to a large corporation and say, “I need to buy more steel to build more cars, and I’ll pay you with dollars.” They will rightly say, “Those dollars are worth less than they were last week. The issuer (the government) has watered those down, we’re not stupid. so you will have to give us more of those for that steel.” 

So, the automaker has to charge more for the cars it builds to cover the increased cost.

This applies to everything. Food, Diesel fuel, housing.

Now, throw in a war in a foreign country. Send them billions of dollars to defend themselves. Money that could have been spent here on the border, and the military. Money that is legally obligated to be spent by the Constitution.

That’s all right, we’ll print more. We’ll make the dollar worth less. Or worthless.

Remember War Bonds? This was where the government asked citizens to invest in defense by issuing bonds that you would buy and it would repay with interest. Now it doesn’t bother.

It will tax you more to meet the national debt. Your costs go up, your taxes go up, your usable income goes down.


Pretty soon, you need help.



What will it cost you? Obedience. 


That is the goal of this government, A free people is one that can afford to be free. If you can’t afford to be free, you will sell yourself into slavery. A Great Reset as defined by the World Economic Forum.

We must fight this. We must resist. Remember, the colonies did not win their independence without a powerful ally.

When France joined us because of the appeals of Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson, we won the war.

We must appeal to a powerful ally to help us. An appeal to heaven.

I’ve seen people ask, “How long will Americans tolerate this?”. I am not averse to taking up arms to defend my country, I’ve done it before. I don’t want to. We need to exhaust every other means of defense. There’s a better way.

This is spiritual warfare. Good vs Evil.

Psalm 144 Blessed be the Lord my Rock, who trains my hands for war, And my fingers for battle. My lovingkindness and my fortress, my high tower and my deliverer, my shield and the One in whom I take refuge.

Clasp your hands and fingers together, bow your heads and,
Let’s pray, Let’s go to war. 

Father in Heaven, Lord of Armies as described in the Bible, we come before You, we ask You to protect us from these oppressors. We ask you to come to our aid.

We ask you to bring them to a place of repentance, a penitentiary or both.

We ask that you inform and motivate those who aren’t informed or motivated to rise to the defense of our nation.

That you would move across this land with a Great Awakening to help us as a country to be awake and not woke.

That as the statue in Detroit says, from 2 Corinthians 3:17: Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is liberty.

Amen.

As for these political oppressors, the unconstitutional tyrants and dictators 

Psalm 109 

7 When he is judged, let him be found guilty, and let his prayer become sin.

8 Let his days be few and let another take his office.

We are going to get into current events and political activity, perhaps comments on the Chief Craig interview. later in the show. 2000 mules, election disintegrity, Ukraine, Inflation, etc. And I’ll expect calls then.

Right now, I’d like to introduce a friend of mine.

Dave Wolfe is a former helicopter pilot in the US Army. He flew combat in Vietnam, and Cold War in Europe.

Dave took a disability from the army and came home to civilian life. Like another friend of mine, another Vietnam chopper pilot Dave Read (don’t confuse the two, maybe I shouldn’t have brought it up) Dave Wolfe came home and started a business, a computer store. He then moved to Michigan. He was an ebay entrepreneur. Then he saw a need and an opportunity. Sometimes it’s hard to stay home and do nothing. Dave started an electric bike business in Brighton, but not just any electric bike business. And he’ll tell us more. Please welcome Dave Wolfe.

Dave explains how he got into the electric bike business and relates a couple interesting stories from his days as a combat helicopter pilot in Nam.
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I watched 2000 mules this week. This is a documentary by Dinesh D’Souza.

This is prima facia evidence of a stolen election, and a stolen election means a stolen government, a stolen nation, stolen power and stolen resources. And this movie is not getting the exposure it deserves. I’ve talked to a number of people who have not heard of it. There is, in my mind, a distribution problem. 

I’ll be frank, I could not get to a movie theater the night it had a one night theatrical release.
Then I attempted to find it online. You have a few and very few options:

Buy the DVD for $25 and wait for it.

Pay $29 with a locals.com account and “own” it as long as you have that locals.com account.

Pay $50 for a Dinesh account and watch it for a year and any other Dinesh content.

I chose the $50 option to support Dinesh and because there is a third option:

I’ve been offered a bootleg copy of the movie, because people feel that stealing content from Dinesh is ethical and moral as long as it supports the cause.

I suggest you obtain the movie legally and share it with friends and relatives, after making them curious.

My wife and I did that with the Hillary movie and family members who were unaware became politically active.

This is called grass roots activism.


Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Chief James Craig

 I had an opportunity to have a conversation with former Detroit Police Chief James Craig who is running for governor of the state of Michigan.


You have an opportunity to listen.

I was impressed. I had a few questions answered that I know others wanted answered.

Some have questioned his conservatism, his gun and abortion positions, called him a RINO, but he's also a threat to their candidacy.

You can listen here.

or here:

Sunday, May 1, 2022

Sunday, April 24, 2022

Common Sense

I interviewed the author of "Common Sense"

No, no that "Common Sense"

This Common Sense:


From the Amazon blurb:
Jeff Sangster uses an entertaining and informative blend of personal experience and investigative reporting to shine new light on abortion, touching on the superficial, scientific, medical and legal aspects of the issue. Easy to read, disarming, informative, and conversational in tone, "Common Sense - Changing the Conversation of Life" brings to light the truth, lies and deceptions of the abortion issue and the conversation that surrounds it. A beacon of truth in a world engulfed in the darkness and shadows of abortion, this book is destined to change the public picture of abortion - one conversation at a time.
You can listen here:



Sunday, April 17, 2022

On Psalm 22: Two Opposing Views

 




I discuss Psalm 22 with my friend with whom I co-host on his radio show, Moment of Clarity.

After that, we also disagree on Ben-Hur.

Friday, April 15, 2022

Tragedy Amongst Triumph

Please be sure to see the previous post on Good Friday. Thanks.

A guest post from Mustang:   

Human history is beset with tragedy.  There is a tragedy, for example, even in God’s greatest gift, which is a two-edged sword.  He gave us the gift of free will, which allows us to determine our own ultimate destiny.  This means that some of us, perhaps even most of us, will never find our way into His presence.  To never have a relationship with the Almighty is, I believe, the definition of hell.  Heaven is not a place where there are streets of gold and magnificent feasts (a silly concept, if you ask me) — hell is our refusal to establish and maintain a close relationship with our Father.

Good Friday and Easter remind us of the greatest story ever told — which is also illuminates human tragedy.  Two tragic figures stand out, but there were than just a few.  I think of Pontius Pilate, whose role on Good Friday was pre-ordained.  Here we have a man who was raised within his society to be a good Roman.  Because of this, he could no more help who he was at middle age than any of us can help who we are ... except that most of us have been raised in an enlightened household, within which we have some understanding that ultimately, our destiny is entirely up to us.  Romans were raised to believe that their mythical gods determined their fate.
 
Pontius was a career Roman soldier.  To him, Good Friday may have been just another miserable day in a wretched land.  At some time during the day, he was quite unexpectedly faced with having to make a fateful decision.  Pontius, I believe, did his duty as a Roman soldier.  He didn’t know about the Old Testament prophecies — and, like most of us today, he didn’t know what he didn’t know.  Pontius didn’t know who this Jesus of Nazareth fellow was and could not have believed it even had he known.
 
I think Christian history treats Pontius unfairly.  From a young age, we are taught to revile this Roman officer — which is completely unfair because Pontius was unknowingly fulfilling the prophecy.  Shall we denounce a man who was doing God’s will?  I believe that while standing before Pontius Pilot, Jesus felt great compassion for this man who knew not.
 
We similarly revile Judas — the traitor.  But without Judas there would have been no arrest; without Judas, the prophecy could not have been fulfilled.  His treachery was foretold; it was already out of Judas’ hands.  Was this not also a great tragedy?
 
Pontius tried not to crucify the man called Jesus; he left it up to the Jewish leadership to decide our Lord’s fate.  In the orthodox tradition, with absolutely no record available to us suggesting that it is true, Pontius is believed to have become a Christian; he is viewed by some in the orthodox faith as a martyr for Christ.  If this is true, then it reinforces our Christian belief that there is redemption for us all.  Therefore, even at the end of these tragedies, we are offered hope.
 
I mention this only because — even in the greatest story ever told — whose ultimate lesson is that there will be a resurrection and an accounting for all of us, if we but love God with all our heart, and if we can find a way to forgive those who trespass against us — we find examples of the tragedy of human life.  Isn’t it strange that we Christians somehow find it possible to forgive Peter for his denial of Christ, but withhold our forgiveness from Pontius for “washing his hands of the matter?”

 I will tell you that these reminders of life’s tragedies prompt me to realize my unworthiness of God’s love.  Like Pontius, who was a dutiful man, I simply don’t know what I don’t know ... and I understand even less.

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