As an American, every day that passes, I tell myself that today is the lowest point, and from here it can only rise. I haven’t always felt this way, but this daily showdown began its march insidiously around 2010.
I am comforted and reassured that parents will soon stop giving in to the pressure of society and put an end to “Drag Queen Story Time” in preschool classrooms, exploration exercises for gender pronouns in kindergarten and hormone therapy for children and adolescents in transition.
I make little lines in the sand moments like markers just to have our culture traversed them every hour with no ripples, no indignation, and no real-life consequences to follow. It is exhausting trying to stem the tide by watching so many rushing to have fun in the waves.
I wrote an item some time ago that perfectly illustrates these hot flashing “low spots” that everyone around me just seems to shrug off like, oh well that’s what it is, you have to get along to get along – defeatist shit. Here is an excerpt from that article:
Here’s a perfect 24-hour snapshot illustrating how far our once great nation has fallen and what the masses are tolerating as the norm:
- In a startling omission – The President of the United States does not mention D-Day, nor does he reverence or refer to the 77th anniversary of the Allied invasion of northwestern Europe that turned the tide of the war against Nazi Germany in World War II.
- A rumor originating from a tweet from a reporter explodes the Twitter verse that former President Donald Trump, speaking at a GOP political rally, was wearing his pants backwards on stage. All the major media outlets have told this story, including speculation that the zipperless front was due to dementia or a bowel accident. The media knew this was a false story.
- On Monday, a deputy in office, Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN), demonized the United States and Israel, arguing that the two democracies commit “unthinkable atrocities” just like Islamic terrorist organizations. He specifically compared our country to Hamas, Israel, Afghanistan and the Taliban.
- “Closing his June 6 MSNBC broadcast, Brian Williams aired a video from the Lincoln Project comparing the heroes of June 6, 1944 with Antifa. With a straight face. “This blatant dishonor by veterans against a violent group of fascist thugs is revolting.
- Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) writes an editorial stating that he is opposed to removing the filibuster rule to pass HR1 which essentially ends free elections in the future and his own party calls him a white supremacist, “Power Hungry White. Dude “, traitor, like Jim Crow and worse.
- Former President Barack Obama gives an interview on a major cable news channel saying he is concerned about Republicans who are “intimidated” by neo-Nazis who praise Trump and fuel racial tensions over voting laws. Obama repeated the Charlottesville propaganda lie of “beautiful people on both sides” that was not challenged by Anderson Cooper.
- President Joe Biden’s $ 6 trillion budget proposal calls for $ 200 million for maternal health care, but refers to mothers as “people who give birth,” adopting progressive language designed to ignore gender distinctions.
- MSNBC analyst and New York Times editorial board member Mara Gay told the leftist audience, “I was really disturbed,” after seeing several American flags on Long Island over the weekend. “These people hate their country. They don’t even hide it ».
- The Nickelodeon kids’ network releases a video of a full-throttle, sexualized, flamboyant, superhero-clad Drag Queen serenading kids about Gay Pride Week. The Black Power punch is part of the presentation.
But today, I escaped the catwalk to stabilize my core being and support my conscious reality to increase stamina – and it was an overwhelming moment for the soul … it still is.
No more cognitive dissonances, no warnings with general denials and nothing more ” The sun will come out tomorrow.” All that remained was the dark, raw, undeniable truth. I am an American in a country that is no longer America. No hyperbole but reality.
The National Archives Records Administration (NARA) website lists this information to define its purpose:
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the nation’s record keeper. Of all the documents and materials created in the course of business conducted by the US federal government, only 1% -3% are so important for legal or historical reasons that they are kept by us forever. Congress established the National Archives in 1934 to preserve and maintain United States government records. Our mission is to provide public access to federal government records under our custody and control. Public access to government records strengthens democracy by allowing Americans to claim their citizenship rights, hold their government accountable, and understand their history so they can participate more effectively in their government.
America was born after the Revolutionary War, and our founders forged documents that infused freedom and liberty into our ethos. The founding documents, the Charter of Rights, the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution are the foundations of what makes America a unique America. They establish a social pact between government and citizens and establish the one element that makes the “American experiment” the only one in the world that, if respected, prevents tyranny. Our freedom is not a right given by the government, it is inalienable and must be defended by the government that we decree the consent.
So, against this salient point, you can imagine what it must feel like in the gut to see this scrolled through in the documents above:
No, you are not seeing things that are not there. The National Archives Records Administration has placed a “harmful content” warning on the Constitution, labeling the US government document as “harmful or difficult to view”.
Upon further inspection you are informed:
“The NARA documents span the history of the United States and it is our job to preserve and make these historical documents available,” the administration said in a statement. “As a result, some of the materials presented here may reflect outdated, prejudiced, offensive and possibly violent views and opinions. Furthermore, some of the materials may relate to violent or explicit events and are preserved for their historical significance ”.
The so-called harmful historical documents could “reflect racist, sexist, skillful, misogynistic / misogynistic and xenophobic views and attitudes; be discriminatory or exclude differing views on sexuality, gender, religion and more “and” include graphic content of historical events such as violent death, medical procedures, crime, wars / terrorist acts, natural disasters and more. “
Now, I can hear the rebuttal. Inclusiveness! Equity! Why, it’s right there in (NARA )’s declaration of values: “[work] in collaboration with different communities, [and] they try to balance the preservation of this history with the sensitivity to how these materials are presented and perceived by users ”.
I refer you to last July when a task force within the National Archives declared its rotunda, where the documents are exhibited, structurally racist. He asked for “trigger alerts” around the displays and “reimagining” the rotunda to “talk” about the foundation’s “mythization”.
We now have triggering warnings on the US Constitution!
As this news made its way onto social media news sites, NARA was quick to clarify:
This notice is not linked to any specific record, but is displayed at the top of the page when using the Online Catalog (https://t.co/dwGmbXhjFP).
For more information on why the malicious language warning appears in our catalog, please visit https://t.co/E3uoAKaF5J
– US National Archives (@USNatArchives) September 7, 2021
I got it? They mark everything in the catalog relating to the history of our country as “Potentially harmful”.
Feeling better? I do not!
Please spare me the “smart culture” diatribe and young people who are hip and impulsive, or that our nation is just experiencing growing pains. Enough already!
How many people have gone through this concept of labeling our sacred founding documents as potentially harmful language? No, I’m serious, I want to know. How many American adults working in our colossal government have signed up to this anti-American notion?
If you’re still trying to figure out what is meant when someone uses the term post-constitutional America, you’ve just stumbled upon Buzzsaw – this is it! A country that feeds hatred and self-contempt for its existence and encoding it in official documents as if it were a normal prudent protocol.
Once again, an overwhelming moment for the soul. What still remains to be defended if so many of us weren’t rejected and enraged by such a nation’s suicidal act as labeling the US Constitution and the Bill Of Rights as potentially harmful language?
Throw me a lifeline, anyone?
Syndication source for the original RWR article.
[ https://rightwirereport.com/2021/09/09/a-soul-crushing-moment-i-am-an-american-in-a-country-that-no-longer-is-america/ https://d26toa8f6ahusa.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/30214746/a-quiet-place-part-2-bigs-16.pdf