Thursday, April 22, 2021

BLM: "We Are Never Going To Be Satisfied"

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Black Lives Matter is out in full force across our country, voicing their response to former police officer Derek Chauvin's guilty verdict.

Their message, although laced with obscenities, comes down to a promise that "We are never going to be satisfied."

Ironically, their message is echoed by Washington's Gov. Inslee, Oregon's Gov. Brown, President Biden, VP Harris, former President Obama, and many other so-called progressives.

It's understood that "we hold certain truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal---endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights---and among them are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

And that the pursuit is a journey, not a destination. 

However, when these words are shouted in the context of burning buildings, looting businesses, and destroying other people's lives, it begs the question, "What does a 'more perfect union' really mean to those who are 'never going to be satisfied?"

Be informed, not misled.

The call of the Left.

A relentless pursuit of those principled values laid out in our Declaration of Independence and Constitution is a virtuous pursuit, but when that virtuous pursuit is upended to be a pursuit of something our Founding Fathers never imagined---it becomes a path of destruction. Sometimes veiled as a virtuous pursuit.

In Minneapolis yesterday, after the guilty verdict was announced, BLM was promising they will "continue to attack the system from every single (expletive) angle we can..."

They were shouting, "We need to be going way beyond voting at this point." "We need to be coming out here every single day if that's what it takes"--- to a cheering crowd, "Derek Chavin's police department burned to the ground."

"We are never going to be satisfied," they shouted while breaking and burning and looting in acts of lawlessness.

Washington's Governor Inslee said the verdict is "one step on a long journey we are just beginning."

We are not just "beginning." The Civil War, the Civil Rights Act, and other collective actions prove that most in America, except the far-Left so-called progressives, are not evil, needing to be canceled and disposed of.

Inslee continued, "Today is a day for all of us to recommit themselves to a more perfect union, in their communities, and in our nation. Let this be the beginning of progress rather than the end of one trial."

Oregon Governor Kate Brown said, "Today's verdict is one step towards" the goal. 

Continuing, she said, "We will dismantle the structures of racism and inequality in this country just as they were built, brick by brick."

Seattle City Council President Lorena Gonzalez, who wants to be Seattle's Mayor, claimed, "We live in two different America's," while Seattle Councilmember Kshama Sawant labeled the verdict as "a rare measure of justice under capitalism."

What would a "more perfect union" look like to the progressives who now lead our government?

As the "progressive" left is fond of saying, let's re-imagine America.

The Beatles' John Lennon gave the "progressive" left a model in his song "Imagine." Tens of millions of people bought the album, but hundreds of millions are following his siren call.

Let's take a look at the lyrics.

Verse 1. 

"Imagine there's no heaven, it's easy if you try, No hell below us, Above us only sky, imagine all the people living for today."

From the day John Dewey and other atheists began their march to re-imagine our country as "one nation no longer under God" and teach that in our public education, we have witnessed the dismantling of our culture. 

A fellow atheist Madalyn Murray O'Hair certainly did her part. Let me tell you a little about Madalyn, which her son Bill shared with me personally. 

Madalyn was a self-identified atheist. Her dream was to advance atheism and the separation of church and state. In 1963 she founded American Atheists and served as its president until 1986. Her son, Jon Garth Murray, took over the organization at that time. She also published the first issues of the American Atheist Magazine.

She is best known, however, for demanding prayer be removed from public schools---separation of church and state.

From the time she won her Supreme Court case, public education began a measurable decline.

The irony is that the "separation of church and state" movement is built on a lie.

So was Madalyn Murry O'Hair's life.

Thomas Jefferson, in his letter, was assuring the Danbury Baptists that he and our Founders had built a wall to protect churches from government interference. That truth has been inverted and is now used for the opposite of its intent---to interfere in the church's business. The most recent example is Governors Inslee, Brown, and others locking people out of their churches for the "greater good" during the pandemic.

Madalyn's other son, Bill, did not follow his mother's path. In fact, he accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Savior and became a strong voice for religious freedom in our culture, while presenting the life-changing Gospel of Jesus Christ.

He has personally told me, in fact once while I was interviewing him on my television program, that his mother claimed to be an atheist, but did not live the life of an atheist. He told me his mother always celebrated Christmas, with a tree. He told me they even had angels on it. Mother O'Hair even celebrated Easter, I was told. But atheism was very profitable for her.

Her life was a lie. But she made a lot of money pushing the atheist, separation of church and state---prayer out schools agenda, according to the son whom she used to file her lawsuit for removing prayer from public schools. 

Is BLM really what it appears to be. Is so-called "progressivism" legit? 

Verse 2.

"Imagine there's no countries, it isn't hard to do. Nothing to kill or die for, And no religion too. Imagine all the people living in peace."

The siren call of Hillary's global village living in peace---while raising one another's children.

George Soros' finest moment.

Verse 3 

"Imagine no possessions I wonder if you can, No need for greed or hunger, A brotherhood of man, Imagine all the people sharing all the world."

In addition to Bernie Sanders,  Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Elizabeth Warren, how many socialists are now serving in our Congress? More than you think. All of whom were elected by the people.

Lennon's refrain. 

"You may say that I'm a dreamer, But I'm not the only one, I hope someday you'll join us And the world will be as one."

His dream? A godless, global socialistic village, where the church has been silenced, God is not welcome, and "equity" reigns.

And they hope you join them.

Sound familiar?

In I Kings 18:21 we are told, 

"And Elijah came unto all the people, and said, How long halt ye between two opinions? If the Lord be God, follow Him; but if Baal, then follow him. And the people answered him not a word."

This is not a time to be silent.

Be Informed. Be Discerning. Be Vigilant. Be Prayerful. Be Bold.