In the Aftermath of Dallas: Power to the Puppets

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Dallas Police Chief David O. Brown was asked by a reporter how he handles the tragedy and crisis surrounding the murder of five of his officers last week. Chief Brown, a black man, replied: “God’s grace and his sweet, tender mercies, just to be quite honest with you.”

It is striking to hear him reference the problem and the solution in one phrase. We are in chaos because we have forgotten or rejected God—His grace and mercy. We would find peace and social order should we once again receive Him and remember his precepts.

However, real solutions to real problems are of no interest to people in the streets shadow boxing with phantoms, Puppets funded by a criminal enterprise.  Chaos is the means to an end, and God has no place in their plans.  As Obama’s former chief of staff famously said, echoing Saul Alinsky, communist agitator, “Never let a good crisis go to waste.”  Obama’s praise for BLM terrorists helps squeeze every BTU out of every fire set.

Terrorists kill, maim and threaten. Killing and injuring and threatening police officers are not legitimate means of protest.  It is stunning that such a thing must be stated.  At one time, before we descended into animalism, the rule of law meant something.

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Today, the list of civil rights—according to Soros, the Panthers, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Louis Farrakhan, and the henchmen with BLM—has expanded to include any means necessary to advance the communist revolution. They use our freedom to destroy our freedom.

Spice it up with alliances with Jihad and you’ve achieved Marxist/Mecca Mayhem.  It is not lawful to stop traffic, putting others at risk.  The mob has no conscience when it comes to the elderly trapped in the heat in their cars, or ambulances bearing infants to hospital. The Puppets believe All Lives are Disposable.

Secondly, the Puppets apply false solutions to a non-existent problem. Police brutality?  Hardly.  The numbers tell us police shoot and kill far more whites than blacks.  But what explains the fact 26% of police killings involve black suspects, when black males comprise 7% of the overall population?  The Puppets insist there is only one explanation: racism in the ranks.  Conveniently simplistic.  Those who study the situation objectively conclude the real reason is black youth attack police with far more frequency than any other group.

According to a study cited recently by DailyWire: “Blacks are more likely to kill cops than be killed by cops. This is according to FBI data, which also found that 40 percent of cop killers are black.  . . . the police officer is 18.5 times more likely to be killed by a black than a cop killing an unarmed black person.”

Any wonder police are on heightened alert, reluctant to patrol certain neighborhoods, fully aware they’ve been disarmed by political correctness, a condemning media, and about half the population brainwashed by the Puppet machine?

Rather than take responsibility and deal with real problems applying real solutions, the Puppets prefer illegal protest and violence leading to more death, proving the point they are not interested in an objective analysis. They are not interested in saving lives. Indeed, they are Puppets, for there remain powerful forces, inspired by Barack Obama and financed by Soros and others, organized for one purpose, the destruction of this Republic.

Fortunately, growing numbers of adults possessing common sense in the black community, like Chief Brown, are expressing their faith, telling the truth, and taking a stand for decency in the face of thousands of Puppets pushing death and destruction. Regrettably, we find the President, his Attorney General, the head of DHS and a gaggle of Democrats pulling strings and lighting fires.

It is the age-old battle between good and evil, here on earth, and in the heavenly places. Our solace is in knowing the God of Love guarantees the outcome. “Many are the plans in a person’s heart, but it is the LORD’s purpose that prevails.” Proverbs 19:21

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