Too many of the good guys have surrendered the field to those who would, in their own words, “fundamentally change America.” If you were not disturbed when you heard those words from ex president Barack Obama following his first election to our highest office, if you welcomed the idea that America needed to be, or even could be, fundamentally changed, what changes did you think were needed and what did you do to help facilitate a positive change for your nation?

Or were you part of that vast majority who were sitting on their sofas in front of their TVs and hearing those words reacted by nodding like a bobblehead doll on the dash of a Jeep, racing down a rocky road?

Seriously, when the newly elected President offered Americans the proposition that his mandate was to fundamentally change the country what image flashed through your mind? If you were tasked with guessing at the changes referred to by Obama what would your list have included?

If pressed for an answer I suppose that most Americans would admit that they considered that talk to be some degree of hyperbole. Most of us thought this country was too rock solid for one election cycle to make much of a permanent change and that in the emotional rush of such a historic victory the new President should be allowed a bit of rhetorical overreach.

Considering all that unfolded during the eight years of Obama and now in a mere ten months into the reign of his puppet in chief, Joe Biden, it is readily apparent that Obama’s words were not hyperbolic and if anything, were understated. We are living that “fundamental change” and as bad as it might seem, folks, it’s just getting started.

Within that book upon which most, if not all, government officials placed a hand and swore their sacred oath to uphold and defend this country there are these words, “A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit; nor can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit. Wherefore by their fruits shall ye know them.” (Matt. 7:15-20) Has any good fruit been brought forth by this administration?

In a recent post I wrote that there are no sidelines anymore. Nor are there safe havens, That truth cannot be over emphasized. The destruction of our way of life, yours and mine, is part and parcel of their “fundamental change,” it is the end goal to everything they do.

We are engaged in an existential war for the soul of America. It is no longer a battle between the Right and the Left or Free Market Capitalism against Socialism, those are ideologies. Those are subjects that can be debated and compromised on in order to find common ground. The battleground of diplomacy has been abandoned and we are thrust into a war of Good versus Evil where there can be no common ground. That apple that you are prepared to bite into cannot be mostly good, with just a minor amount of rot, it is either all good or all rotten.

Never in the history of this planet has an evil ruler looked into a mirror and saw an evil person looking back. Every atrocity ever visited upon the human race was done by people thinking they were acting for the betterment of mankind. Our current leaders are no different but they are seriously deluded and their delusions inform their evil deeds. They have poisoned the trees of Liberty and Freedom yet fully expect that something good will grow from those shriveled stumps.

Without regard to how we have arrived at this point, you and I are on the battlefield. Tens of thousands of our fellows are already stepping into the fray, fighting back against the forces of “fundamental change,” because they realize that cowardice in the face of an enemy is not an option. More importantly they recognize that the enemy, these agents of fundamental change, are hellbent on destroying every good thing that has been fought for, sacrificed for and died for in the 245 year history of this nation.

When the forest fire is sweeping down the canyon toward your home you have the option to forsake everything you have in that location and flee to a safe haven from which to rebuild. In our metaphorical forest fire the entire planet is in flames, there is no place to run, no place to hide. You have only one of two choices, you can be part of the army for good or you can be complicit in the evil. There are no other options and ignoring the pipers calling us to action is tantamount to surrender.

For the sake of your nation, your children and yourselves, choose a course of action and act on your choice.

About rixlibris

Retired from child care photography after thirty years of coaxing smiles and wiping noses. Currently venting years of repressed fictional story lines via self-published novels. Married and still alive in a remote corner of Waller County, Texas.
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