When a nation casts off traditions full of meaning for its own citizens in favor of traditions ripe with meaning for immigrant invaders, the result is self-immolation: the spilling of one’s own organs and intestines to the ground by use of a sharp or dull instrument. The instrument of death handed to America by the Left, prepared in the fiery furnace of The Global Citizens’ Initiative movement is named multicultural diversity. Americans call it by a different name: suicide.
UC Berkeley and Republican leadership both attempted to silence the voice of individuals by pretending to give them what they wanted without giving them voice to what they wanted. Ann Coulter called their bluff; acceded to their demands she speak in the afternoon during class sessions, only to students, and only if the time and place were announced minutes before her speaking event. She agreed to their ruse and then asked the school not request the police to stand down in the event of rioting and also expressed her expectation any rioting students would be expelled. Caught in their own trap, UC Berkeley dis-invited Ann Coulter. She said she would show up anyway. Then on Thursday UC Berkeley reversed itself and re-invited Ann Coulter to speak, quietly changing the date of her presentation to a non-school day. Ann respectfully deferred, said she will show up on the original date anyway.
God did not make all that He made right. He made it all good. To suggest He made everything right is to further suggest any other way of making everything would have been wrong; because normally we think in terms of there is only one right way to do something. When we come upon what might be two or more right ways to make something, we start comparing each way to the other way as good, better, and best. The Genesis text does not indicate God ever said, while making the worlds and all that is in them, “Now that’s better.” Nor is it recorded he ever said, “This is the best world I could have made.” He was satisfied, for some good reason, simply to declare the results of his six days of work, good. God did not make the universe and all that is in it right or best, He made it good, for us.
Google if you dare, “I am a Global Citizen.” …it’s quite a movement on social media and in our so-called institutions of higher learning, around the globe. One site encourages respondents to “selfie” and propagate themselves with the caption, “I am a Global Citizen.” Let’s consider for a few moments what Global Citizens are and what they have coming to them.
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This retired window washer now provides instruction on the benefits and perils of time travel through focusing an allegorical lens on the present.