Originally posted by Xcellante
reply to post by THE_PROFESSIONAL
I'm moved with what you just wrote. It pains me to write this but a total humanitarian reset is required. Since this has begun I have found myself
thinking about my son who died 4 years ago. And I have thanked God he is not here to witness what we are sadly, about to. I cannot fathom a world
where hatred and bigotry has transcended goodness and equality.
Peace to all.
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I'm so sorry about your son. I also lost my oldest son about seven years ago. But I have 3 other sons to raise, and it seems as if the world is going
crazy. I fear for their futures. I want nothing more than for them to be able to live as good or better life as I have. I have lived a blessed life.
Growing up and building a life here in Texas has been wonderful. But, It's as if I sit on a great divide looking back at what this country once was,
and looking forward with great anxiety on what it may become. I pray to God that we can once more be that shining city on the hill, that great bastion
of freedom and liberty. A place with true justice for all.
But it's not just the USA, it's Western Civilization itself that is teetering on the brink of catastrophe.
Financially, militarily, socially, spiritually. But what can a plain-old, everyday, run of the mill, middle-class Texas-boy do? I can only prepare
myself, my family, and my friends. I truly fear societal collapse. Yes, even here in the great state of Texas.
I really don't know where to come down on this business with Iran. On one hand, I think to attack them militarily would be a disaster. It's not that
I think we couldn't defeat them, it's that I think the war would spread to the wider region, and maybe ignite even a global conflict of terrible
proportions. On the other hand, is it be wise to allow Iran to amass a nuclear weapons stockpile ? Even though it may mean suicide to them as a
nation, or even a people, the feeling one get's, is that the leadership would actually try to deploy them.
Madness, I know. But just look around us friend, there is madness everywhere we look.
For as my ancestors hail from the Emerald Isle (Clan of the Red Hand), I would not see it fade.
Please think the same of us here in Texas. I see the same spirit in our Peoples. A warrior spirit.
Let us always fight for truth and freedom...together.
Pray that indeed we be given that chance.
May Mighty God Bless Ireland always. And may he also forever shine His Face upon The United States of America !
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