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November 2020 Election Not About Conservatism or Socialistic Democracy-But a Belief in the Greater Power

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Oct 29, 2020 at 01:04

Battle Between Latent Conservatism and Socialistic Democratic Ambitions of Totalitarianism
America's upcoming election, which is described as the most important political event in the lifetimes of over 330 million people domestically and countless lives vicariously set to be blessed or cursed dependent upon the potentially most controversially managed electoral process in the entire history of the United States of America. It is said that America dies if this turns out wrong. But what is the truth, since singularly, truth has become the victim of countless attacks on character and integrity of all contenders and their various foibles in the arena of political intrigue and outright manifestations of corruption: yes, but America is not alone in being attacked; the whole world's future actually rests in this pending outcome: all speculation is centered on who is winning?
The previous observer's admitted propensity for leftist driven socialistic tendencies sets the stage of contention that the incumbent President Trump is running a solely held administration in which his word is law and there is to be abject allegiance to his edicts. Strangely, were that true, then why does the elitist left not bring their own form of subservience, for those were the qualities of so many socialist democracies that preceded the current presidency of President Trump. Soviet Premier Stalin would never have allowed the dissident actions of the kind President Trump endures; most of Stalin's detractors never survived into World War Two, let alone be a factor in turning half of Europe, most of the Caucasus mountain region and the majority of the Chinese subcontinent into Soviet satellites prior to his demise. President Trump was castigated for terminating the questionable services of James Comey; and Mr. Comey is still alive.
Strange also is that most of the socialists' attempts at replacing President Trump are figured heavily in the agendas that are attributed to the allegiance of predecessor activists that praised Premier Stalin's style of governance; many follow playbooks of similar methods in the attempted takeover of political activities, including some admissions of previous American presidents that appear to have aversions to following the American Constitution. And really, what was so really wrong with being Constitutionally aligned with America's form of governance: and here, do we not find the crux of the matter? What is the basis of the contentious behavior of so many that are willing to turn America into the next socialist regime?
The battle is joined, not along the lines of a business man turned most controversial American political figure since Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt or Wilson or the other Roosevelt; it is not even joined for the once evenly divided political polarizations of being a conservative or liberal, both once considered worth evaluating for even handed political views, now since lost for the obvious reasons; that battle is joined for a polarization long in coming, but not so long ago that recent memory of 'baby-boomers' know why America is on the verge of collapse; too few are willing to admit and more yet are willing to lie about it; America's value system is being challenged by a modern view that they would rather rebel against a system that believes in God than to submit to that belief system. It is a circumstance that has been a long time incoming; but it is now here. What does a divided nation need to do to survive? If America elects to discharge the Constitution as it must to follow a democratically driven socialistic experiment doomed to fail (remember the Soviet System, now dead and gone for more than twenty years; or choose to extend the existing form of government and attempt to revive the republican principles that made America the once premier nation that led the world to freedom.
However, if the current administration does get selected, there is no guarantee of victory, rather, the guarantee is that the games of thrones is not going to let up in the challenges to take away the freedoms generations of Americans fought and died for; it means four more years of trying to tear down America. The irony is that the freedom that was the foundations of free speech now being flaunted for rebellion will no longer be available, for anybody. On the other hand, the idea of a former America not under Divine protection will not last all that long either, the Divine protector eventually releasing the terminal events that had been delayed for specific reasons of saving those who did not rebel. Which of these does anyone think are safe?
The real guarantee here is that though billionaires are generally not going to have a good argument for buying their way to eternal safety, one that did will be thanking his Savior for the opportunity to protect His people for the cause of believing when all else dictated not to. Now, did 750 billion dollars buy that? The lawyers answer: no, not in the least, or the most. All those billions of dollars, his and that of so many others, got left behind to be burned up. Salvation was His gift to believers, the cost paid by the Savior's blood sacrifice. That is what this election is all about; not the election of a disenfranchised Church going community that was told America was their salvation in an election; but an election by a greater power to gain a kingdom in eternity for those who have believed, like an American Chief Executive who believed, not in himself, but in Him whom he served.

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