Ho, ho, ho!
Holy Smokes!!! Did you catch it? Did you hear the news?!
Mrs. Clause, called in from the North Pole for an interview with Canada’s Chief Public Health official, the despicable Dr. Theresa Tam, and Mrs. Clause, in her quaint Canadian accent, spelled out how Santa is making his naughty or nice list.
Want to take a guess?
Children, close your ears.
I’d like to laugh, but isn’t it sad? Santa is making his list, and he’s checking it twice, trying to find out who’s naughty or nice, and here’s what he’s looking for:
Make sure you’re up to date on all your boosters… and your flu shot.
Wear a mask and make sure it’s “nice and snug.”
Wash your hands to the tune of Jingle Bells.
“Think of it like decorating a tree…”
Think about the children!
We’ve been talking about social conditioning to facilitate behavioral change, and in that vein, this is brilliant. Why not glom onto the Santa fantasy a few more whimsical, fictitious, farcical lies? Hey kids, Santa says that wearing worthless masks and getting endless boosters will keep you safe forever! You don’t want to be naughty do you?
Mask up, vaxx up, or else Santa’s not going to put you on the nice list.
What a head trip. These people are sick!
On a much brighter note, Rand Paul has released his own version of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas and it’s destined to be an instant hit. Here’s a little taste of it:
‘Twas the week before Christmas and through the Senate and House,
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.
The earmarks were hung by the chimney with care,
In hopes that Saint Nicholas soon would be there.
The Senators were nestled all snug in their beds,
While visions of pork dance in the heads.
No budget was found, just mischief and debt,
While the taxpayers hung their poor heads and wept.
When out on the lawn there arose such a clatter,
Senators sprang from their oxygen, what was the matter?
Away to the window they flew like a flash,
Tore open the shutters when they heard no more cash.
Santa’s last words as he lifted his sleigh,
If people lack money, just print, it’s okay!
And I heard him exclaim, as he drove out of sight,
Happy bankruptcy to all, and to all a good night!
It’s brilliant. (The full 4:08 minute video can be found here.)
Okay, it’s Christmas time. “It’s the most wonderful time of the year…” — unless, of course, you’re stuck in an airport with canceled flights, freezing because of a power outage, hungry because you can’t afford groceries, too poor to buy gas to get to the store, or stranded because your Tesla doesn’t like the cold. Let’s face it: For many people, this is a very hard time of year. That is an honest and sincere statement.
But life is still good!
People are now being arrested for thinking wrong thoughts… but life is still good.
The WHO has announced that vaccine skeptics are a “major killing force”… but life is still good.
Dr. Fauci isn’t really going to retire, because now we’re in an “anti-science era”… but life is still good.
Federal officials have declared gas stoves are now health hazards and claim they may be banned in 2023… but life is still good.
Europeans are shivering because they can’t adjust their state regulated thermostats… but life is still good.
Next year the energy crisis and rationing is set to get even worse… but life is still good.
The Republican National Committee has been exposed as controlled opposition that is collaborating with Democrats… but life is still good.
Luke, what the hell are you talking about?!
Here’s what I mean:
Where the focus goes, the energy flows. Thoughts lead to feelings. Yes, there is an endless drip of disturbing news and outright evil that filters into our daily lives. BUT, that does not mean that there are not many wonderfully positive things happening at the exact same time. Think about it. Life is still good.
Every day that we are alive, life is still good. Every time we take a deep breath and pause to feel our heartbeat, we are reminded that life is still good.
Think about it. Life is fundamentally good.
Strip away all the complexities of life, and all we really have to do to survive is eat, sleep, and procreate. Last I checked, these are all pleasurable experiences, right?
That means that we are hardwired to enjoy life. Life is fundamentally good.
Even if you’re on the naughty list. Even in the midst of chaos. Even when the commies are taking over the world. Life is still good.
That’s a phrase I used to shout out to the football players when a play didn’t go their way. You win some, you lose some, but you never stop fighting. If you drop the ball or get knocked on your can, MENTAL RESET. Every play is the first play. Every play is the last play. Every play is the only play.
Right NOW is the only chance we have to move the ball.
Like I told the boys: As it is on the field, so it is in life.
Liberty loving Americans have more or less been getting absolutely stomped for quite some time now. We’re playing against a bigger, badder, stronger, faster, better funded, better organized, and better trained opponent—and we’re just beginning to realize it.
In reality, most of us are just waking to how this corrupt political game is being played. Most of us didn’t realize we’re playing against an all-star team of global tyrants. We’ve assumed good will for far too long, only realizing late in the game how they’ve been lying, cheating, and buying off the refs for decades.
Rules? Well, rules for thee… but not for me!
Here’s the thing: The global cabal isn’t playing ball, they’re trying to divide and conquer us all—and they’re playing for keeps.
They intend to keep the power and authority they’ve so sanctimoniously assumed. They intend to keep disrupting our lives in an “iterative” fashion, to keep fleecing the sheep and conditioning the masses to accept their tyranny. They intend to keep pushing the Great Reset, advancing their Marxist agenda, and working tirelessly to enslave humanity in the inescapable global socialist surveillance state.
But life is still good.
They intend to discourage, to demean, to disparage and deprive us of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness… but life is still good.
They cannot break our spirit. They cannot take our pride.
They cannot silence freedom. They cannot though they’ve tried.
We are Americans. We are not sheep.
We are mighty rebels. We are not weak.
They may beat us, but they’ll never break us.
They may win the battle, but we’re going to win the war.
In the long run, humanity wins. Not tyrants.
Let’s finish with a story.
Chances are, you’ve heard the story of the World War I Christmas Truce of 1914. Here I want to share a portion of this historic story with you, as recorded at History.com:
“When the war had begun just six months earlier, most soldiers figured it would be over quickly and they’d be home with their families in time for the holidays. Not only would the war drag on for four more years, but it would prove to be the bloodiest conflict ever up to that time. …
By the time winter approached in 1914, and the chill set in, the Western Front stretched hundreds of miles. Countless soldiers were living in misery in the trenches on the fronts, while tens of thousands had already died.
Then Christmas came. …”
Most have heard the tale of British and German troops singing together, exchanging whiskey and cigarettes, even playing soccer on the blood stained soil between their trenches. It is a tale of shared humanity, of laughter and joy, even in the harshest of places. Military leaders were not pleased, but the troops did not care. They had been freezing, starving, and fighting to the death for months. But life was still good.
One British soldier recalled: “Here we were laughing and chatting to men whom only a few hours before we were trying to kill!” Even in the middle of war, these soldiers could still sing and celebrate their shared humanity. As history would have it:
“For the rest of World War I—a conflict that would ultimately claim roughly 15 million lives—no Christmas Truces appear to have occurred. But in 1914, these curious holiday get-togethers reminded all those involved that wars were fought not by forces but by human beings.”
Said one soldier to another: “Today we have peace. Tomorrow you fight for your country. I fight for mine. Good luck!”
As you gather with family and friends this Christmas, remember this story. Share it. The war for the hearts and souls of humanity is far from over. And life is still good.
It’s not too late to learn from history, before the worst of history happens again.
Merry Christmas friends. Peace and blessings to you and yours!