Just over a month ago, I posed the following question, after Vladimir Putin unveiled Russia’s new weapons systems, which was a response to Washington’s reckless tearing up of the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (ABM) in 2002, which had guaranteed international security for 30 years:

Will Russia’s Stunning Response to US Aggression Have Any Effect on the Washington Madhouse?

At the end of that piece, I wrote the following:

Unfortunately American foreign policy was hijacked in the 1990s by fanatical ideologues with a messianic complex who cannot accept anything other than US hegemony over the entire planet … What will they do then … I fear the stern warning will once again fall on deaf ears and that these dangerous fools will continue on the reckless path they’re determined to tread.”

And so it is.

Days after a supposed chemical weapons attack in Eastern Ghouta, which has not been investigated, and therefore culpability unestablished, we have their response. It came from Donald J. Swamp, the sociopathic imbecile who successfully managed to dupe millions of people to vote for him, partly on the basis that he would not behave in this way and would change America’s policy of trying to assert full spectrum dominance over planet Earth:

“@realDonaldTrump – 10:57 AM UTC – 11 Apr 2018
Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria. Get ready Russia, because they will be coming, nice and new and “smart!” You shouldn’t be partners with a Gas Killing Animal who kills his people and enjoys it!”

“Get ready Russia, because they will be coming, nice and new and ‘smart'”. Let those words from the President of the United States sink in. I guess at least the Convention of Village Idiots Looking for a Non-Existent Needle in an Ever-Expanding Haystack — aka Russiagate — might at least be finally put to rest.

Not only is America run by fanatical ideologues with a messianic complex, the front man for the whole show is an imbecile and a sociopath of the very highest order who thinks bringing the world to the brink of war is like the games he probably plays on his XBox. And to think that millions voted for him because he wasn’t the other imbecile and sociopath who took part in the Freak Show Masquerading as an Election in 2016!

But it gets worse. Anyone who has been properly following the situation in Syria for the last few years will know the truth, which is that the US and its allies have been arming, funding and supporting Islamist terrorists, and using them as proxies to topple the Syrian Government. Not “moderate rebels”, as the dutiful stenographers in the Mainstream Media have been telling you, but fanatical head-choppers who want to see Syria turned into a Wahhabi state replete with Sharia Law. That’s who America has been supporting. Russia and the Syrian Arab Army, on the other hand, have been fighting these terrorists and, for the last two years, destroying them.

Mr Swamp himself is well aware of this, and we know this because he said so during one of the “debates” in the Freak Show Masquerading as an Election, not to mention from numerous Tweets.

And so now we come to the endgame in the whole conflict. America — beacon of light, bringer of democracy, 8th wonder of the world, so the PR goes — is about to wage war on Syria, on the basis of phoney allegations, on behalf of al-Qaeda terrorists, risking a response from Russia — a country armed to the teeth with nuclear weapons — and therefore possibly WWIII.

Before he gives the go ahead, I’d just like to say a word of thanks to the Mainstream Media (Sarcasm Alert). Thank you so much for reporting so dishonestly for the last couple of decades. Thank you so much for your refusal to question the neocon ideologues who have brought us to this place. Thank you so much for accusing those of us who have tried to ask questions and to point out what has really been going on of being “Putin-bots” or traitors. You must be very proud of your work and where it has led us.

But I don’t want to end on that note. President Swamp may well do as he pleases. The Russians may well respond. And if so, all bets are off. But no despair. This really is a call to put your trust in the living God, the Father of the Lord Jesus Christ, who died for our sins, was raised for our justification, and even now sits at the right hand of the Father, judging the nations. Whatever happens in the next few hours, it is He, not Swamp, who is sovereign and He, not Swamp, who orders all things after the counsel of his own will.

Pray. Fervently. Pray that he will destroy the plans of those who would take us over the precipice. Pray that he will cause truth and mercy to prevail. Pray that he will deliver us from this great evil.

Let me leave you with that great Psalm — Psalm 2 — which shows how God is sovereign over all things, and even when wicked men plotted to put Jesus to death, God the Father was laughing at them, holding them in derision, and turning their evil for the good of the world and to his glory. Trust in him and fear not!

Psalm 2

Why do the nations rage and the peoples plot in vain?
The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together,
against the Lord and against his Anointed, saying,
“Let us burst their bonds apart and cast away their cords from us.”
He who sits in the heavens laughs; the Lord holds them in derision.
Then he will speak to them in his wrath, and terrify them in his fury, saying,
“As for me, I have set my King on Zion, my holy hill.”
I will tell of the decree: The Lord said to me,
“You are my Son;
today I have begotten you.
Ask of me, and I will make the nations your heritage,
and the ends of the earth your possession.
You shall break them with a rod of iron
and dash them in pieces like a potter’s vessel.”
Now therefore, O kings, be wise; be warned, O rulers of the earth.
Serve the Lord with fear, and rejoice with trembling.
Kiss the Son, lest he be angry, and you perish in the way,
for his wrath is quickly kindled.
Blessed are all who take refuge in him.

7 thoughts on “The Washington Madhouse and Its Imbecilic Front Man Take us to the Very Edge

  1. Jesus in Matthew 5:21-22 (NKJV): “You have heard that it was said to those of old, ‘You shall not murder, and whoever murders will be in danger of the judgment.’ But I say to you that whoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of the judgment. And whoever says to his brother, ‘Raca!’ shall be in danger of the council. But whoever says, ‘You fool!’ shall be in danger of hell fire.”

    Therefore, should a Christian really be a name-caller of others, such as the word “imbecile”, or mock one’s name, as in the use of “Swamp” ?

    No.

    And not only that, does it do Jesus any favors at all if a self-declared Christian makes use of sarcasm in their speech (or writing) ?

    No.

    Nor does it help God’s Kingdom if a Christ-Believer uses overly-exclamatory speech or overly-adjective-laden speech.

    If we are Christian, we are taught by Jesus to communicate plainly and simply as He does.

    From Jesus in Matthew 5:37 (NKJV): “But let your ‘Yes’ be ‘Yes,’ and your ‘No,’ ‘No.’ For whatever is more than these is from the evil one.”

    Keep what’s good, Robert. No one is condemning you. This is just a friendly reminder with Love and Truth for a brother.

    There is no need to put this in the comments section.

    Peace to you.

    1. My apologies, Robert. I thought your comments would be moderated prior to posting, so that you would simply receive the above as a private message. Please forgive me for that, as I wanted it only shared with you alone.

      1. Hi Wade,

        No need for me to forgive you. Your comment was perfectly fine. I do however disagree, for the following reasons:

        Firstly, Jesus says that we should not be angry with our brother without a cause. I think Donald Trump’s Tweet on Wednesday is plenty cause to be righteously angry with him, as it looks like he holds the lives of thousands, possibly millions, very cheaply and sees war as some sort of game.

        Secondly, Jesus himself calls his adversaries “fools” and worse, as does Paul, so this is not a blanket ban on calling out fools as fools (indeed the prophets, psalms and book of Proverbs are full of this word, and worse). John also describes Nero Caesar, in Revelation 13 as a Beast, which is worse than a fool. What he’s talking about is his professing disciples who despise other disciples. I don’t for one moment think that Donald Trump is a brother in Christ, but neither do I despise him. I pity him. But his comments on Twitter are, over and over again, imbecilic. They are full of folly. He is therefore a fool and Christians should call that out.

        Thirdly, Jesus, John the Baptist and the apostles use high sarcasm over and over again, as well as far worse terms than imbecile or fool. Brood of vipers. Whited Sepulchres. You are those who swallow camels and strain on gnats. Clouds without water. Wolves. Etc.

        And finally, the yes be yes, no be no command is nothing to do with overly laden adjectives. He is speaking in the context of oaths. The people of that time were, instead of just doing what they said they would do, hiding behind oaths. I swear by God. I swear by the temple. I swear by the altar. Etc. The point being, they covered the fact that they failed to do what they should be doing with high sounding “God words”. And Jesus says stop doing it. Just say that you’ll do something, or that you’ll not do it, and back it up with your actions.

        Blessings to you,

        Rob

        1. Thank you for your reply, Rob. I do consider it quite kind of you that you took the time to do so, and I fully understand what you are saying from your perspective.

          I suppose that, speaking only for myself, in keeping in mind the Second Most Important Commandment for Christians to Love our neighbor as ourself (with everyone being our neighbor, disciple or not), that I personally would not feel comfortable, if I was standing next to Jesus, in calling someone else, no matter who they are, something like “Raca”, which in Aramaic I believe means “empty head”.

          Direct insults such as that – again, from my own perspective only, and having used these terms almost countless times over the decades of my earlier life – seem to be more hate-filled (murderous) than the use of a metaphor to describe what a given person or group is like, such as “brood of vipers”. Although admittedly, that line can seem pretty thin… like the difference between speaking an anger versus a frustration.

          Well, again, I thank you for your reply, and for your perspective on the matter. And I whole-heartedly agree with you that this world – most especially (but not only) in Western politics and foreign policy – gives people plenty to be righteously upset and angry about.

          In typing that, I thought of how I myself might refer to Donald Trump in this latest matter… and words like “evil”, “liar”, and “murderer” come up… meant matter-of-factly as accurate descriptions, that’s all. (Yes, I know, the line is thin.) If I tried to speak them with hostility, I’d only be convicted of all the evils, lies, and “murders” (i.e. hatreds, self-righteous angers, etc.) I’ve done over the course of my own life.

          With that, I’ll close with something else we can agree on… that those who lie and murder are children of the devil, as revealed by Jesus as He spoke with those who wanted to kill him (from John 8:44, here from NKJV):

          “You are of your father the devil, and the desires of your father you want to do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and does not stand in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaks a lie, he speaks from his own resources, for he is a liar and the father of it.”

          Thank you, again, Rob.

      2. Thanks Wade (this is a comment replying to your reply to my reply (if you can follow that) – unfortunately my WordPress theme doesn’t seem to allow me to reply to the actual comment, but hopefully you’ll see this).

        Yep, we can definitely agree on that (John 8:44). And probably much more besides!

        Every blessing,

        Rob

  2. America run by fanatical ideologues with a messianic complex

    Philip Giraldi, ex-CIA, names the guilty party in his article ‘America’s Jews Are Driving America’s Wars’, and the Israel Lobby is under constant scrutiny at Mondoweiss.

    The MSM’s ‘refusal to question the neocon ideologues’ flows in part from Jewish media ownership—see pages xlvi to lvi of the Preface [PDF] to Kevin MacDonald’s The Culture of Critique—and in part from fear, as Joseph Sobran writes:

    ‘In other words, journalists are as afraid of Jewish power as politicians are. This means that public discussion is cramped and warped by unspoken fear—a fear journalists won’t acknowledge, because it embarrasses their pretense of being fearless critics of power.’

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