by Dina Marcus
Why is this election different than all other elections? The answer is simple: this year, more than any other, the election is all about which people will prevail in America. Are the people of America capable of self-governance, or do they need an army of secular priests, bureaucrats, and politicians (that hold themselves unaccountable to the very laws they write for the people) to keep them in line and hold them down? Thus, this election, the people are on the ballot.
On the one hand, we have Hillary Clinton, the single most corrupt politician ever to seek the Presidency of the United States. It’s hard to determine which aspect of the Clinton corruption is the most disturbing, because they pretty much all are. Is it the fact that she had a callous disregard for our national security as shown in her use of a private email server, and her absolute refusal to provide security for our Ambassador in Benghazi? Is it the fact that her actions have already massively destabilized the Middle East, helping to pave the way to the rise of ISIS? Is it the fact that she considers herself exempt from the laws and rules she sets rules for others? Is it the fact that she is so hungry for power that she has been willing to sell our nation’s security in exchange for massive donations from our enemies, who openly state that they want to kill us? Is it the fact that she sold access to the State Department in order to get favorable treatment on behalf of Clinton Foundation cronies, to pillage poor countries such as Haiti and Nigeria? Certainly, any one of these crimes, if done by a Republican, would have been enough to bring down the entire campaign, but the impossibly biased main stream media perpetually gives Clinton a pass, and, sadly, many Americans do, as well. And let’s not forget the fact that she wants absolutely unlimited abortion–all the way up to the point of birth–and she wants to force all taxpayers to foot the bill in many cases.
On the other hand, we have Donald Trump, who has been living a life of opulence and fame. He has had three wives, divorcing two of them, and who knows how many sexual liaisons in his lifetime. He hasn’t always supported conservative causes, and he has even given campaign donations to liberal Democrats, and has stated opinions on issues such as abortion that mimic the liberal view. Therefore, many conservative voters feel he is unworthy of their vote. Such conservative voters would do well to notice that Jesus Christ did not put his name on the ballot this year, and even if he did, the corrupt mainstream media would find a way to attack him, too. But, they should also pay attention to the fact that when confronted with the woman caught in the act of adultery, he did not say adultery is OK; neither did he condemn her–he said, “go and sin no more.” Thus, to Jesus’ point of view, there is always room for repentance and redemption. So why can’t there be repentance and redemption in Donald Trump’s case? One of the things that amazes me about Trump’s conservative critics is the freak-out they had regarding the answer he gave when asked if he had ever asked God for forgiveness. His answer actually came in two parts: 1) “I don’t believe I ever have,” and 2) “I just try to do better.” Now, if I were to put that second part into religious lingo, I would say that Trump said he focuses on repentance (“doing better”) rather than on talking about it. This is probably because in all things, he is more of a doer than a talker. But the critics only noticed the first part of his response, and ignored the second. Why is that? It is much easier to ask for forgiveness than to actually do better. Perhaps Trump’s critics, in their judgment of him, are revealing something about themselves as talkers, rather than doers.
In the Gospels, there is a parable about two sons: the father said to one son, “Son, go out and work in the fields.” The son replied, “I will not,” but later on, thought better of it, and did go out to work in the fields. To the other son, the father said, “Son, go out and work in the fields.” This son replied, “Yes, father, I will do it,” but he did not do it. Which son did his father’s will? Now, while Hillary Clinton talks about “fighting for working families,” she actually advocates policies that destroy the family, and even murder babies. She also wants to raise taxes in order to force all taxpayers to pay for more abortions. Do you think she will ever ask God for forgiveness? Of course not–because she considers herself to be god. She talks about “fighting for justice in the world,” but her actions prove that power is the only thing she really cares about, and for her to get what she wants, no amount of innocent blood spilled is too much. In reality, she is a catalyst of the left hand of God, to bring judgment down upon the people who do not know God. Likewise, Trump is also a catalyst in the left hand of God. If you are so busy judging Trump over his past sexual indiscretions that you fail to notice that in every single aspect, Hillary Clinton is thousands of times worse, then apparently you are still under the judgment of the left hand of God. All I can say is, what part of “Come out of her, my people” do you not understand?
Dina is an ordinary woman who lives in the “hate-filled” state of North Carolina. Yes, that is right. Dina and a great many other North Carolinians hate the brazen attempt by the Left to use “special victims groups” in an effort to stir up dissension and hatred of one group of citizens to another, so as to destroy the fabric of our society. It is true that since the USA has always been populated by people who are not perfect, many injustices have been committed. As a spiritual seeker, Dina has learned from personal experience the undeniable truth portrayed in Galatians: “Do not be deceived; God cannot be mocked; man reaps what he sows.” Therefore, the greatest of a lessons is to learn to Know Thyself, so as to know how to overcome every limitation imposed upon us by the rulers of our world.