Today is August 27, 2021.  I am sitting here in my sunroom watching with horror what is happening to the people in Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. I listen to story after story that sounds like a script from a dystopian movie . . . surely this stuff is not real . . . surely it is just another conspiracy theory . . . surely some college kid is in his mom’s basement having a yuk or two on a laptop. I’m gonna check it out.

Well, I did. I checked it out and, OK I read Orwell’s1984 . . . good book, but pretty unbelievable, at least in my America. We would never allow something like that to happen . . . right? Our constitution prevents it. We’re too smart for anything like that. Our education would notice it before it even got off the ground. . . . Well, I guess I can forget all this and watch a good movie.

I did, but Australia kept drawing me back in. What if this was true? Why else would they be acting like that in Australia? Canada was close to experiencing the same thing and it was right next door.  I dug deeper . . . and what I found set me on fire. Now, even though I am 79 years old, I want to fight back against those who would destroy democracy in the world and create in its place a globalist government. 

I’m too old to fight, but still, I can write. . . and I have no fear of these demonic sons-of-bitches. So off we go . . . and where we stop nobody knows.

I found an interesting site called United Noncompliance  It sounds interesting and I will soon be looking further, but for now, I am just researching. On the face of it, it sounds like the only way I can think of to fight back against these people that are working overtime to destroy all that we know and understand of our way of life. 

One thing I know for sure. We are being manipulated into a fight among ourselves over these vaccines. . . . . . . For the rest of the story, stay tuned.


10 thoughts on “Non-compliance

  1. @pitybull1

    How do we fight back? We have to under how our country is supposed to work, and most people don’t. The problem is our education system. Our educational institutions are detrimental to our constitution republic (and, more important) our souls in two ways.
    1. Our children spend most of their days in schools. Instead of learning about the Bible, they learn the Bible is unimportant. Public education started in the 1830’s. Ever since then the schools have become more secular. Even private universities (like Harvard and Yale), which began as religious institutions have been bought off and secularized with government money.
    2. Public school teachers and university professors promote isms that undermine our republic. This is why so many children actually think Socialism is a good idea. Reagan put it this way.

    “It isn’t so much that liberals are ignorant. It’s just that they know so many things that aren’t so.” ― Ronald Reagan

    Instead of teaching them to be good Christians and good citizens, our educational institutions are indoctrinating our children to be Democrat activists.

    To defeat these Marxists, we need to promote the wisdom in the Bible, show people that Jesus taught us to love each other, not some government run by Big Brother. We also need to fight tooth and nail for school choice.


    1. To bring down the nation they must first break down the moral code of that nation.

      Though I am no longer a Christian I still accept the teachings of the bible as being the glue that holds this country together. We leave them behind we will wilt, dry up and die.

      Today we are at war for our childrens souls, but how many know that our modern education system was created by our owners for the sole purpose to benefit THEM. Today I would home school.

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      1. @pitybull1

        Though I am no longer a Christian I still accept the teachings of the bible as being the glue that holds this country together. We leave them behind we will wilt, dry up and die.

        Think about your last sentence in that quote. You just said that the Bible has value; its teachings actually work. We put our faith in something because it works.

        To believe something, we begin with the mind. Before we put our heart into what we believe, we have to understand what we believe. Thus, before we can put our faith in the Bible, we must begin with reason and logic. What does the Bible say? Does it make sense?

        Before we can revive the faith of others in the Bible, we have to revive our own. And why? To save our nation? No. To save the souls of our people. The growing chaos we see is a sign of a great many flailing souls. What is the likelihood God will want to spend eternity with self-centered, selfish, meanspirited, and prideful snowflakes?


      2. yes the bible has value, but it can also become a trap to those who choose not to learn its lesson. (it also produces the stench of self-righteousness) . . . the bible is a good start, but the connection between God and man comes from a spiritual conception within our hearts and our minds. . . . .. all children are given rules and direction from their parents . . . the moral law the bible gives is important to maintain social order, without it we will experience either chaos or the club of a tyrant . . .


      3. @pitybull1

        I believe the Bible has the value it has for us because it is the Word of God.
        Does the Word of God condemn self-righteousness? Yes.

        Matthew 7:1-6 New American Standard Bible

        “Do not judge, so that you will not be judged. For in the way you judge, you will be judged; and by your standard of measure, it will be measured to you. Why do you look at the speck that is in your brother’s eye, but do not notice the log that is in your own eye? Or how can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ and look, the log is in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the log out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to take the speck out of your brother’s eye!

        “Do not give what is holy to dogs, and do not throw your pearls before pigs, or they will trample them under their feet, and turn and tear you to pieces.

        Think a about that second paragraph. We still have the right to exercise discretion. We have the right to protect ourselves from people we judge evil, but that is because some people make themselves impossible to live with.

        Is there connection between man and God? C. S. Lewis spoke of the moral law, that we innately know the difference between right and wrong, that we know we should treat others the way we want to be treated.

        Romans 2:12-16 New American Standard Bible

        For all who have sinned without the Law will also perish without the Law, and all who have sinned under the Law will be judged by the Law; for it is not the hearers of the Law who are righteous before God, but the doers of the Law who will be justified. For when Gentiles who do not have the Law instinctively perform the requirements of the Law, these, though not having the Law, are a law to themselves, in that they show the work of the Law written in their hearts, their conscience testifying and their thoughts alternately accusing or else defending them, on the day when, according to my gospel, God will judge the secrets of mankind through Christ Jesus.

        We can know God exists because we see the evidence of Him in His Creation. What the Bible does is reveal His character, that He loves us, and that He has a plan for our salvation from our own foolishness.

        When we read the Bible and believe it, we understand that God loves us. Then we can accept the gift of faith and put our trust in God instead of some useless idol of our own making. Then the Holy Spirit will help us to obey Biblical teachings.

        Will the Bible make us perfect? Not in this life. There is only one criteria to join any church. To be a sinner. In fact, only sinners believe the Bible. Those who don’t sin don’t think they need God.


      4. For the sake of non argument. . . I see the bible as a written word about THE WORD that lives within our hearts and minds and manifests itself through us as well as all of creation. . . . I see no exclusivity in our creator at all, but I won’t argue the issue (not that we are)

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      5. @pitybull1

        Cannot argue someone into being a Christian. It just seems to me you are much of the way there, but it is not clear why you hesitate.

        What does this mean?

        I see no exclusivity in our creator at all, but I won’t argue the issue (not that we are)


      6. I am a preacher. Because of the way I act and the way that I talk, I’m sure there are few who would believe that but it’s true. I preach all the time. If anyone cared to listen to me without nodding off when I ramble on, they would recognize that fact.

        The problem is, I follow no organized religion. I find worthiness in all religions, but find none to be exclusive. I avoid all houses of worship and don’t get involved in feel-good projects. So what good am I?  I don’t know. I just see things in my spirit and attempt to pass them on. Many times I fail, sometimes I succeed. That’s life. 

        I was a Christian once, but I got bored of circle-walking a rut in the same old road to Heaven. So one day I disappeared into the sunset and never returned . . . until today in this newsletter. (So if you don’t want to get this newsletter let me know–– and I will take you off my mailing list.)

        These days my beliefs are few. Mainly I believe in restoring the spiritual power we possessed at birth.

        I do NOT believe we were born in sin. We were created in the image of our creator and if our father is perfect how can we be corrupted . . . unless we CHOOSE to be?

        I believe in overpowering the lower vibrations of life that we all enjoy and love so much.

        I do NOT believe we lack the power to do it. I believe we have been tricked into believing that we are weak and helpless in the face of temptation.

        I believe it’s time to quit groveling before an unknown god begging for stuff. 

        I do NOT believe our Creator even desires such things and would far more enjoy to see us stand up, bear the weight of our own cross and get on with parting the Red sea like Moses did.

        Most of all I believe it is time to awaken and realize that WE created this mess together and together WE must (and can) change it. 

        In the Christian bible Ecclesiastes says: To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:

        I believe this is the time for the army of God to arm up and declare war against the powers of darkness seeking to destroy our country, our families, our livelihood and our freedom to exist.

        Lastly, we MUST end all this fighting among ourselves or we will all go down together and suffer a Marxist’s regime together.

        This once a week newsletter is an extension of my  blog of the same name . . . . . Jim

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      7. @pitybull1

        Interesting. Thanks for the reply.

        It seems to me that Jesus has already defeated the powers of darkness. Our job is to stand against those powers and cause them to flee. We cannot defeat them, but we can obey our Creator.

        What you seem to doing is described as religious syncretism. Here are a couple of brief articles on the subject.

        Our public school system encourages this sort of activity through the teaching of multiculturalism. Multiculturalism promotes the idea that all religious beliefs are equally valid. Logically, the only way that works is if all religious beliefs are equally invalid. If we believe that, then we tend towards Agnosticism or even Atheism. That is in part why I was an Agnostic for decades.

        Most people still believe God exists, and I accept that truth. Nothing else makes much sense. Since God is a frightening concept (the reason for Atheism), our natural reaction is to create a God that fits what we want to believe. In a world populated with various religious beliefs, that leads to religious syncretism.

        Religious syncretism, however, also poses issues with logic. There is only so much we can know about God without God actually going to the trouble of telling us about Himself. Since we know that, we tend to listen to people who claim to be prophets and mystics and such. Even folks like Socrates and Plato, who just applied logic, were listened to in part because of what they had to say about God and the purpose of life.

        Anyway, the headache with religious syncretism is that the most religions claim exclusivity. For example, Christianity claims Jesus is God, and the Bible is God’s revelation to us. Christianity claims what the other religions teach may be partly true, but only the Bible is the Word from God. Other religious beliefs make similar claims.

        If we pick and choose the things we want to think true from various religious beliefs, what does that mean? Well, it is kind of difficult to get around this problem: the only way for all religious beliefs to be equally valid is for them to be equally invalid. Therefore, we have to pick the one true religious belief and discard the others. Not easy, but possible.

        So, what about this problem?

        I was a Christian once, but I got bored of circle-walking a rut in the same old road to Heaven. So one day I disappeared into the sunset and never returned . . . until today in this newsletter.

        Most Christian Churches don’t promote the study of the Bible like they should. That leads to this problem.

        Hebrews 5:11-14 New American Standard Bible

        11 Concerning [a]him we have much to say, and it is difficult to explain, since you have become [b]poor listeners. 12 For though [c]by this time you ought to be teachers, you have need again for someone to teach you the [d]elementary principles of the actual words of God, and you have come to need milk and not solid food. 13 For everyone who partakes only of milk is unacquainted with the word of righteousness, for he is an infant. 14 But solid food is for the mature, who because of practice have their senses trained to distinguish between good and evil.

        Consider the Great Commission (Matthew 28:16-20). Jesus instructed the apostles to be teachers, to teach others to be teachers. The Bible is a book we can easily spend a lifetime studying and learning how to apply. Reading the Bible is hard word. That is why we need the help of other Christians, a church.


      8. well, I understand Christianity fairly well. I lived enough years in a Christian farming community and read/studied little other than the bible to know that when it comes this entity we call God we hardly get a good start by reading about HIm.

        To me, the church was a revolving door of different day but same message . What were we saved and born again for? Jesus said he was nothing compared to what shall be revealed in us . . .it seems to me that religion brought us to the door, but then became the anchor that kept us from entering the room. . . . . .anyway that began my study outside the gates of doctrine, status quo and outer appearances . . .

        I said I was a preacher, but I don’t preach any doctrines that I know of . . . so I don’t know if I’m syncretism or not. 🙂 . . . The only way I know to understand this mystery we pretend to know so well (but don’t) is to study the things He has made. . . The artist is known by his works idea.

        I live in the woods and study everything surrounding me as if I am studying God. I communicate with the animals, deer, turkeys,squirrels, possums, racoons and even snakes and birds. My dogs are my best friends.

        I have a few neighbors down the road a piece and that’s about it. I love my life and though I bitch a lot about politics and the price of food I am at peace with the mysterious creator that made all this.

        One thing I know . . .. people talk too much when they have so little to say.

        Now I am a bit crazy and I don’t profess that anybody do as I do. We all need to do what WE do. See as WE see. Love as WE love. That’s what makes this world such an interesting place. . . . my experiences are many but they are MINE . . . your’s are your’s . . . theirs are theirs. Individual responsibility and “wake up to the world surrounding you” That’s my message. That’s what I preach.


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