End of Days

Bob Rinear, July 11 2020

Nothing would make me happier than to enter 2021, and most of our problems are settled and some form of normal is back. I’m just afraid I don’t see it. Maybe you all can help me steer a way to that goal?

This letter is going to be a bit different, and I intend it that way. Look around. What do you see? Do you see a nation that even remotely resembles the USA of 1950?

When those brave soldiers came home from fighting the deadliest war in the planet’s history, that being WWII, they had seen horrors that no one can imagine. They saw what true poverty was. They saw what true oppression was. They saw a level of evil, rarely endured by most people.

And what did they do? For the overwhelming part, they wanted to shed all that. They didn’t want hate, violence, or problems. They wanted to get a job, buy a house with a white picket fence, and raise a family. They wanted faith in their families, because many of them had suffered in terrible situations, where faith was their only course of sanity and hope.

They had lived through death and destruction, pain and suffering, unimaginable losses, and simply wanted a small place to live out their lives in peace. So, they built the strongest, most prosperous nation ever seen. From the sprawling housing developments to industry of every imaginable aspect, the US was leading the world in every category of importance.

Look at any random picture of a street in NY City from the 50’s. Men wore suit jackets and hats, ladies wore gorgeous dresses. People were respectful and polite. Yes ma’am, No sir, was simply the language of the day. Church attendance boomed, and for the first time in recorded history, the newly minted “middle class” was living at a level unimaginable to most of the world.

Mom’s got to be mom’s and stay at home and raise good kids. One income from dad was generally enough to keep the household going, along with the Sunday treat of a ride to get some ice cream. The saying is that “it was a simpler” time, a “slower” time. In my view it was a spectacular time.

Was it all wine and roses? Of course not. But as a whole, society was healthy, wealthy and happy. But today? Today resembles something that Salvador Dali might have painted on a bad LSD trip. A twisted kludge of bizarreness.

The US is a powder keg. Citizens are at each others throats. The rule of law, is long gone. We went from the most prosperous nation on earth, the biggest creditor to the entire world, to the worlds biggest debtor. Our school system was hacked, our kids dumbed down. Our Colleges turned into Socialist indoctrination centers, churning out spoiled brats that hate America.

And here we are. A few days ago, I showed you some real scenes from the protesters. I showed you in their own words how they want a violent overthrow of the US, so we can be...

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