AmRev 2: Echoes of England?

As we delve into history this morning, we found it particularly ominous that democrats in Washington are again/still attempting to remove president Trump from office.

But it is not to be unexpected, given how the lsser known English Civil Wars came about.  Trump is clearly in the Charles 1 role as tensions mount.

That and some notes on the summer rally in the ChartPack this morning as we roll into the long holiday weekend which will slowly melt into jobs data Thursday and Friday of this coming week…

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AmRev 2: Echoes of England? — 15 Comments

  1. My family member works 70 plus hours a week. He is threatened with layoffs every few months to a year as his company outsources work all over, and insources non qualified engineers from India. Lots of Americans work their asses off so our government (and bedfellow corporations) can keep bringing in the low level wage and benefit thief’s and the high wage and benefit thieves while dismantling the middle class. If it isn’t clear by now what is hastening the downfall of America, then it is too late for you and yours. Only by learning, thanks, George, and opening eyes wide shut, can you survive what is to come.

  2. “Mill girls, some as young as ten, were paid less than men, but received a fixed wage for their 73-hour week”

    My first job was working at sacking groceries.. I was twelve..
    My father raised his sister and was working at six as a shoe shine boy and sorting fruit in Chicago .. until a few years ago my average work week was over a hundred hours a week the longest weeks were around a hundred and thirty.. I had one two week stretch of a hundred and forty plus it almost killed me there wasn’t any time for sleep till it was over.. the scary part is after forty eight hours.. you were so tired you thought you were going to die.. then all of a sudden.. everything was crystal clear..no fatigue.. it scared me so bad that after that two week period I laid down to sleep and made sure people watched me.. because I thought I was going to have a heart attack while I slept..
    The egg timer days.. ( yes I lived and breathed by an egg timer.. the long hours started during the recession of the eighties to provide for my families needs.) These stories are still common and I still know people that turn over eighty hours a week out of necessity.. The scary part is there are very few of these individuals that are willing to work that long. These are the silent few that work low wage positions.. a few years ago there was a big to do over a fast food chains workers wanting to make over ten dollars an hour it is going to break the economy blah blah blah and in the same breath talk about how much the bonuses are for the very top.. . instead the people rather than working multiple jobs trying to provide for their children get on the many many social programs.( my daughter pays two thousand a month for daycare divide two hundred hours into that and figure out what she has to make per hour many work just for health insurance benefits..Here is the funny thing.. all the things that were deregulated with an unchecked profit margin that affect absolutely everyone will eventually be taken over completely by government because they affect the health of the nation overall..). the biggest the EIC tax breaks ( what 76% of all laborers with children), Food stamp program ( 15% or the total population), Heating assistance,Healthcare, daycare etc.
    With an unchecked rise in costs of necessary services I see a serious issue of hyper inflation.. not that many years ago I could go to the local gas station and buy a soda for a quarter, that same soda today is a couple of ounces more but the cost is close to two dollars.. the same thing with other products.. the cost of energy that is necessary for everyone alone should have had a seven cent an hour increase per hour per employee.., this is everyone. a small company if they did that would have to have an increase in revenue of about twenty five hundred a month.. you can see the trend.. it is everywhere..

  3. “As we delve into history this morning, we found it particularly ominous that democrats in Washington are again/still attempting to remove president Trump from office.”

    As long as the puppet masters have total control over those legislating.. I wouldn’t actually expect anything else.. especially since Trump isn’t really concerned over stepping on toes.. and he is wealthy enough that he could hire his own army for his security. Historically the administrations that did step on toes of the puppet masters didn’t have that option and their administrations ended badly for them physically..

  4. SIMPLY GENIUS!!!

    Subject: Ingenious? security protocols!

    I took down my Rebel flag (which you can’t buy on EBAY any more) and peeled the NRA sticker off my front window.

    I disconnected my home alarm system and quit the Neighborhood Watch.

    I bought two Pakistani flags and put one at each corner of the front yard.

    Then I purchased the black flag of ISIS (which you CAN Buy on EBAY) and ran it up the flagpole.

    Now the local police, sheriff, FBI, CIA, NSA, Homeland Security, Secret Service and other agencies are all watching my house 24/7.

    I’ve NEVER felt safer and I’m saving $69.95 a month that ADT used to charge me.

    Plus, I bought burkas for me to wear when I shop or travel. Everyone moves out of the way and security can’t pat me down.

    Hot Damn,… safe at last!!

    ~ God Bless America

    • Love it!!! Right with ya. Might as well win the game that is being played. Out wit the dim wit globalist racist culture destroyers.

    • LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL I absolutely love it.. Never thought about that but yes.. save the security costs of having a monitoring system as good or better than the president at no cost.. I wonder if a person can figure out how to get them to pay your travel expenses to LOL LOL LOL

  5. I’m with Jefferson on this religion business. Rather than see humanity as sinful by nature as church teaches, I am more Ancient Wisdom oriented. Humanity is a very young, spiritually immature species that has failed passing the growth test several times. Some woo-woo sources claim we are about to take the test again, and only a tiny portion of our species is ready to graduate.

    Regardless of world view, it is obvious that humans are still selfish, and rather animalistic in their behaviors (including me). This is why the ‘rhyming’ occurs. We keep repeating our lessons and tests, yet learn nothing. I am rather disappointed with my species (and myself).

    If a shooting war starts, I shall not take sides as both are deeply flawed. My current hermit like lifestyle will continue as I watch from the sidelines.

  6. At least they were thinkers Jonny Boy, not cut-and-pasters that get their jollies out of irritating people.

    https://beyondallreligion.net/2012/02/27/the-united-states-was-not-in-any-sense-founded-on-the-christian-religion/

    Given the lack of archaeological and scientific knowledge of the time all of the Founding Fathers were hitting around the bush that we’re homing in on today. When all is said and done I think we’ll find an off-world group that shepherded our race out of a Neolithic/Bronze Age existence with very distinct rules of living that apply today as well as they did back then.

    • “I cut and paste because I like to reference what I already believe.”

      Oh, truer words were never said before by you on this website. You’ve demonstrated time and again an abject disdain of anything outside your socio/economic frame of reference. So much, again, for “inclusivity”.

      I’m sure you’ll retch when I reference Wallbuilders’ website – https://wallbuilders.com/founding-fathers-jesus-christianity-bible/. David Barton’s recitation of his material is as much a part of his show as the material he presents. Since a considerable amount, if not a vast majority of our law, was based on Biblical references you can argue with that as well as the references with which Barton and Wallbuilders back their information up. Here are their quotes of the FF regarding Christianity. The references in each you can go to that webpage and read for yourself.

      John Adams – 2nd President of the U.S.:
      “The Christian religion is, above all the religions that ever prevailed or existed in ancient or modern times, the religion of wisdom, virtue, equity and humanity.3
      Suppose a nation in some distant region should take the Bible for their only law book and every member should regulate his conduct by the precepts there exhibited. . . . What a Eutopia – what a Paradise would this region be!4
      I have examined all religions, and the result is that the Bible is the best book in the world.5

      James Madison:
      “A watchful eye must be kept on ourselves lest, while we are building ideal monuments of renown and bliss here, we neglect to have our names enrolled in the Annals of Heaven.71
      I have sometimes thought there could not be a stronger testimony in favor of religion or against temporal enjoyments, even the most rational and manly, than for men who occupy the most honorable and gainful departments and [who] are rising in reputation and wealth, publicly to declare their unsatisfactoriness by becoming fervent advocates in the cause of Christ; and I wish you may give in your evidence in this way.72

      And last, but not least, T.J.:
      The doctrines of Jesus are simple, and tend all to the happiness of man.63
      The practice of morality being necessary for the well being of society, He [God] has taken care to impress its precepts so indelibly on our hearts that they shall not be effaced by the subtleties of our brain. We all agree in the obligation of the moral principles of Jesus and nowhere will they be found delivered in greater purity than in His discourses.64
      I am a Christian in the only sense in which He wished anyone to be: sincerely attached to His doctrines in preference to all others.65
      I am a real Christian – that is to say, a disciple of the doctrines of Jesus Christ.66

      Every mistake our country has made, and I agree there are many, has been accompanied by our forgetfulness and debasement of our Christian heritage. If Christ were visible today and teaching I’m sure He’d have a very small flock indeed.

  7. George this is off topic but my power just came back on from it being out for several hours and I got to thinking about having a back up as the damn generator wouldn’t start…arrggh!

    Anyways you know batteries are a huge pain in the ass and don’t last near as long as you need them to. If you get nickel iron they last but cost way too much. I ran across this paper about making batteries from scrap Iron and scrap brass. Next month or so I need to try to make one of these as I have some scrap brass and iron shouldn’t be too hard to dig up. I believe these don’t have the same problems of sulphation (no sulphar or other problems when they are discharged to a low level. Not sure yet but the capacity for cheap is there. They say the capacity is around lead-acid or nickel-iron. The paper is,

    “From the Junkyard to the Power Grid: Ambient Processing of Scrap Metals into Nanostructured Electrodes for Ultrafast Rechargeable Batteries}”

    author = {Muralidharan, Nitin; Westover, Andrew S.; Sun, Haotian; Galioto, Nicholas; Carter, Rachel; Cohn, Adam P.; Oakes, Landon; Pint, Cary L.

    A link to Libgen which is a massive data base of books and scientific articles thanks to our Russian friends(I didn’t give you this link).

    http://libgen.io/scimag/ads.php?doi=10.1021%2Facsenergylett.6b00295&downloadname=

    Main database link

    http://gen.lib.rus.ec/

  8. History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme. That’s probably true, but be sure you have the right template. The leftist anarchists of today certainly aren’t comparable to the Roundheads of yesteryear, even if Donald the First is your guy!

  9. Who wants the title it’s called The Switch man, I could be the switch man George could be the switch man Jon Jon could be the switch man or any of y’all could be the switch man or maybe president Trump or maybe Putin or maybe the person and control of all the money and power in this world could be the switch man

  10. Canada – well, they re split like we are, with their left (BC) and right (Toronto/Montreal) coasts being bastions of insane progressives. The middle is very rural and similar, including the oil province of Alberta (their Texas). Lumping Canadians into groups is as hazardous as trying to lump Americans. But rural vs urban is a reasonable divide.

    Progressives have become a defacto religion, especially as most identify as atheist or agnostic. This means they practice no spiritual awareness or belief. They are hollow, and the crazy progressive agenda seems to fill that emptiness. Idle hands – no core belief – devils playground, etc.

    America was founded on religious freedom – so if we are rhyming, maybe. There aren’t enough Muslims here to make an opposition, and many here fled from crazy Wahhabi madness.

    Then again, if the entire 9/11 truth were to be released via a really irritated Putin – which way would the country divide??

    Or maybe there will be a second secession movement as the Feds go broke and cannot meet their promises to the states?

    Or an event occurs that brings the corruption in Congress and DC into stark relief, and they refuse to capitulate their power in the face of election results?

    • Please don’t lump agnostics in with atheist! Agnostics seek the truth whatever it may turn out to be. I went from Catholic to agnostic and now consider myself Spiritual. Atheist are know it all’s who know nothing and will not accept a truth no matter the proof.

    • Wow, really? Progressives are “hollow”, have “idle hands”, and therefore tools of the devil? No core values because they may be agnostic or atheist? I live on the left coast — that sure doesn’t describe the people I know that don’t go to church…

      Last time I checked the economic output of those “progressive” places (like the coasts) dwarf the conservative bastions (idle hands indeed).

      I do think you are spot on regarding urban vs. rural. Those that live in close proximity with their neighbors generally seem to want a different set of rules than those used to few headcount per square mile, I presume because they are rubbing elbows constantly with people they don’t know.

      Sure there are plenty of nut job lefties, not sure they outnumber the nut jobs on the right (maybe, anyone done a survey recently?), or maybe you weren’t paying attention during the last president’s tenure — you know, that guy that wasn’t born in America.

      Regarding going broke, last time I checked our debts are denominated in dollars. The Feds can’t really go broke as long as the printing press is around…