Amerie Jo Garza, a fourth grader at Robb Elementary in the city Uvalde, Texas (centre), was among 19 children under the age of 11 killed in the latest school mass shooting to hit America on Tuesday. Berlinda Irene Arreola, her grandmother, said the 10-year-old was shot dead while trying to call 911 after 18-year-old ‘loner’ Salvador Ramos walked into her classroom armed with a handgun and rifle, told students 'you're going to die', and opened fire. Also killed in the attack were Makenna Lee Elrod, 10 (top left), Uziyah Garcia, nine (bottom left), Xavier Lopez, 10 (second bottom left), Ellie (second top right) and Eliahana Torres, 10 (top right). Two teachers - Eva Mireles, 44 (second bottom right), and Irma Garcia, a mother-of-four (bottom right) - were also killed before a Border Patrol agent shot and killed Ramos. A number of people were also wounded, though the exact figure was not clear as of Tuesday night. Ramos’s grandmother – shot at the start of his rampage amid an argument about his failure to graduate – was alternately reported as in critical condition or dead of her wounds. Parents were desperately appealing on social media for news of their missing children. Police warned the death toll is expected to rise.
Pat Buchanan sees no historic, scientific or empirical proof of democracy's defining dogma
Ideology is political religion, said the conservative sage Russell Kirk.
And what is the defining dogma of the political religion, or ideology, of America in 2022?
Is it not that, "All men are created equal"?
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And the many peoples shall go and say: “Come, Let us go up to the Mount of Hashem, To the House of the God of Yaakov; That He may instruct us in His ways, And that we may walk in His paths.” For instruction shall come forth from Tzion, The word of Hashem from Yerushalayim. Isaiah 2:3 (The Israel BibleTM)
On Sunday, the World Health Assembly (WHA) will be voting on amendments proposed by the Biden administration scheduled as “Provisional agenda item 16.2”. If passed, the amendments will grant the World Health Organization’s Director-General the power to unilaterally declare health emergencies and decision-making authority over these emergencies, implementing quarantines, lockdowns, mandating vaccines, and passports.
Many politicians have spoken out against these amendments and last week, the nascent Sanhedrin issued a ruling that if the Israeli government agrees to the agenda item, it will be “null and void from the outset.”
On Sunday, members of the nascent Sanhedrin released statements explaining their opposition to the WHO.
Rabbi Hillel Weiss, the former spokesman of the nascent Sanhedrin, emphasized that the WHO is not the correct body to run an international organization.
“The place for the nations to gather for such issues is in Jerusalem, not in Geneva, and the body to facilitate this is the Sanhedrin,” Rabbi Weiss said. He noted that in 2018, the United Nations Human Rights Council declared that abortions and euthanasia are universal human rights. “As the representative of the 70 nations, the United Nations has an obligation to uphold the Seven Noahide Laws. Abortion and euthanasia violate the prohibition against spilling blood. By allowing, actually mandating murder, the WHO has relinquished its right to represent the nations.”
Speaking of Riot Summer, Tucker inveighed, in effect: Property was looted, people were beaten and killed, and Republicans joined the side doing the looting, beating and killing. The president of the Heritage Foundation and think tanks on the right betrayed law enforcement and ordinary Americans, calling them racists, ignoring the damage done to their property and person.
Jack Kerwick has been anatomizing just such failures and betrayals dished out by the ConOink establishment for over a decade, writing in January of 2021, of virus-related tyranny, that "the country bequeathed to us by the generation that, in the midst of a smallpox epidemic, fought and defeated the most powerful empire in the world in order to be a self-governing union of sovereign states – subjected itself to a nationwide internment. The United State of America became the Interned States of America as the Constitution of the Old Republic was indefinitely revoked, the economy crushed, and 'the little platoons' – as Burke referred to those buffers between the individual and the State, those forms of community constitutive of civil society and in the absence of which human flourishing would be impossible – were radically undermined. … And all of this occurred in a country with a Republican president, a Republican-controlled Senate, a Supreme Court dominated by Republican appointees, and a majority of whose state legislatures and governors are Republican." [Emphasis added.]
"Society cannot leap into communism from capitalism without going through a socialist stage of development."
This predictive comment was spoken by Nikita Khrushchev, dictatorial leader of the Soviet Union. It was published by Time magazine in 1959 (Feb. 9, "Russia: Victor's War").
In '59 America's leftists were fawning over an anticipated visit to the United States by Khrushchev.
Once here, his propaganda tour included a speech to the National Press Club in Washington, on Sept. 16, where wanted to clear the air on a previous statement that received much attention in the states: "We will bury capitalism."
"I have already said that the words 'We will bury capitalism' should not be taken literally, as is done by ordinary gravediggers who carry a spade and dig graves and bury the dead," he explained. "What I had in mind was the outlook for the development of human society. Socialism will inevitably succeed capitalism."
Progressives reeled with delight.
Khrushchev ruled the Communist Soviet Union, which included Russia and most of Eastern Europe, from 1953 to 1964. He did so with an iron fist. Political dissidents and all who practiced religion were brutally persecuted.
'I think it's important to know that we don't have any money to send,' Paul said
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said that the United States has to borrow money from communist China to send Ukraine $40 billion in aid.
So not only is the Biden administration sending money to a foreign country in the midst of skyrocketing inflation and looming food shortages, but they are also getting themselves into debt with a growing superpower.
As the Senate remains poised to pass legislation that would send $40 billion in military and economic aid to Ukraine, Paul has contended the package needs an inspector general to ensure that the billions of dollars are spent wisely.
Paul states that America would need to continue borrowing from China to appropriate the proposed Ukraine aid package.