Monday, April 20, 2020

"One World Concert" Celebrates Globalism--Washingtonians Demand Freedom

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Former first ladies Michelle Obama and Laura Bush joined Bill Gates, and other influentials, giving their support Saturday to Taylor Swift, Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Beyonce, Oprah, Jennifer Lopez, Elton John, and Lady Gaga as they presented the "One World" benefit concert to help raise funds for the World Health Organization (WHO) after "President Trump withdrew support" from the corrupt agency because of its cover-up for the Chinese Communist regime.

In conjunction with the non-profit organization "Global Citizen," the program was broadcast around the world on multiple television platforms. Nearly every American mainstream network carried the celebration.

While globalists pushed globalism, ordinary citizens took to the streets---including in Olympia, WA.---demanding freedom.

Be informed.

Campaign for globalism.

As the most powerful people in the world---in their own minds---paraded through "main street" of the world via television to lecture the people about the utopian benefits of globalism, many noted that the emperors had no clothes. They were naked of common sense.

In fact, it was so apparent that the gods of the Left were out of touch, that many ignored them, while others mocked them.

Twitter was filled with push back including from some on the Left who felt WHO does not deserve that kind of support.

Another response that I saw: "Yes, we need useless celebrities preaching to us how this isn't China's fault and how we should just all live as one nation."

Many lashed out on Twitter against WHO chief Dr. Tedros Adhanom. It's well known that Tedros is a former official in Ethiopia's Marxist Tigray People's Liberation Front---and most of us now know that China strongly advocated for Tedros to get his present position---and in return Tedros covered up for China as the Chinese coronavirus spread from China around the world, killing more than 165,636 people so far worldwide, as of last night.

Tedros tweeted: "One world: together at home. Thank you to all our frontline heath [sic] workers."

One Amazon reviewer wrote,
"If I could give no stars I would. WHO lied! People died!! Let's not forget this!!! While we're at home giving up our freedom and most of us without jobs these celebrities ask us to help raise money for the WHO?! Forget it."

The Amazon reviewer isn't the only one upset about "giving up our freedom" and our jobs because of this pandemic created by China.

There was a great deal of passion in many streets across America---including in Washington State's capital city, Olympia, yesterday.

A demand for freedom.

The Seattle Times was reporting yesterday that "small armed protests popped up in Michigan, Minnesota and Virginia last week"---but it was not a "small" group that showed up in Olympia yesterday demanding their freedom.

In fact, the Washington State Patrol estimated that between "2000 and 2500 demonstrators were at the event."

It all started when Tyler Miller, a 39-year-old engineering technician from Bremerton, began writing letters to Gov. Inslee's office asking the governor to change his stay-at-home order.

After sending several letters and receiving no response, Miller began organizing yesterday's demonstration.

The Times describes the 2000 to 2500 people like this:
"Families brought their children, gun rights advocates brought their firearms. Some demonstrators wore masks---including N95 masks---or bandannas. Few practiced the social distancing guidelines of staying 6 feet apart from each other."

And the Times says some were carrying American flags---as well as some Trump flags and Gadsden "Don 't Tread On Me" Flags---demonstrators broke into thunderous chants of "USA" and "Vote Jay Out."

The Times also noted that "The rally was in violation of both the governor's orders and guidance of public health officials across the state and country."

Rally organizer Miller said through a bull horn, "We cannot have a government and a governor that does not listen to his own citizens. We are Washingtonians."

While citizens were demanding to be heard on the issue of personal freedom, where was Governor Jay Inslee?

He was on ABC's "This Week" denouncing President Trump's actions---not China's or the World Health Organization's---claiming the President is encouraging people to "violate the law."

He said, and this is an exact quote,
"I can't remember a time in my time in America we have seen such a thing. It is dangerous, because it could inspire people to ignore things that could save their lives."

He continued,
"And it is doubly frustrating to us governors, the President is asking people 'please ignore Dr. Fauci, Dr Birx, please ignore my own guidelines I set forth'."

The Times carefully notes that "House Minority Leader J.T. Wilcox, R-Yelm, wrote on Facebook earlier this month: 'One thing you won't see me do is attack his motives'."

Wilcox may not be paying enough attention to the governor's actions---they speak volumes about his motives.

A man who runs for the presidency on a single issue of fundamentally transforming the nation, creating the single greatest forced transfer of wealth in our nation's history under the guise of the New Green Deal ideology is probably not a student of Founding Father Patrick Henry.

While Inslee was blasting the President yesterday on ABC, New York Governor Cuomo---also a Democrat---was praising the President and his team for "being there on every occasion" during this pandemic.

Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, posted a flier yesterday, quoting founding father Patrick Henry: "Give me liberty or give me death," noting that Sunday's demonstration in Olympia fell on the anniversary of the Revolutionary War's Battle of Lexington."

Sen. Doug Erickson, R-Ferndale, said on Facebook last week,
"Now the deep state is proposing communist Chinese style, freedom destroying, liberty crushing techniques to fight the Communist China Virus."

The takeaway.

I would bet that the 2000 to 2500 people on the street in Olympia yesterday, and the state legislators who are raising concerns about abuse of freedom are not merely reacting to a single item of action.

Personally, I don't believe for a moment that Erickson or Walsh or anyone else who is sick and tired of the Left and their agenda, wants anyone else to suffer from the Wuhan virus.

It's likely an accumulation of actions that triggers the push back seen in Olympia yesterday.

The Left continues to support a kind of cultural Marxism that is simply unacceptable to anyone who loves freedom. The Left views every crisis as an opportunity to advance their agenda which is, in the words of Barack Obama, to "fundamentally remake America."

This is about much more than "When Starbucks can reopen." And conservatives are not interested in "remaking America."

I don't speak for anyone but myself, but I'm pretty sure these people are not trying to kill more people by spreading the Chinese virus.

They are simply aware that the Left is committed to creating an America that our Founders would never have tolerated. And neither will they.

Be Informed. Be Vigilant. Be Prayerful.