November 21, 2019

Why Your Belief of Entitlement to Attack my Heritage?

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Over the past several weeks, I have read tons of information about Michael Bloomberg and his upcoming attempt to disarm Maine citizens. Of course Bloomberg, who surely fits the description of being a fascist, forcing others to comply with and adhere to his “authoritarian, or intolerant views or practice.” We’ve seen this in play for a long time now, especially when he was mayor of Rome of the West, New York City, telling people what they could and couldn’t eat, etc.

But it surely doesn’t stop with Michael Bloomberg. This orchestrated effort to change everything that was good to bad, and bad to good, began a long time ago. It is now only at a point where it is so blatant and common that we see it everyday. Along with this, the sheep are¬†accustomed to being led to the slaughter and they like it.

I grew up in Maine and lived there full time for nearly 50 years. I now divide my time between Maine and Florida. During the 50 years in Maine, I can never recall a time when I or the people that I knew, spent any time trying to change people from living the lifestyle they chose or what was an embedded part of their heritage.

Yes, we used to laugh and make lots of jokes about “flatlanders” from “away” but seldom, if ever, did the Maine residents try to stop these people from moving to the Pine Tree State or to force them to change their lifestyle and adopt theirs. I often marveled at those “from away” saying they hated where they came from and loved Maine, and yet, upon arrival, worked diligently to make their new community just like where they came from and hated. It made little sense.

Yesterday, in my pile of reading material, I recall reading one author as saying (and I’m paraphrasing) that Michael Bloomberg’s ballot initiative, and what it will accomplish, is a direct attack on the deeply seeded Maine traditional heritage of gun ownership and the freedoms enjoyed by those people – which is a true statement in my opinion.

Why then, during my first 50 years in Maine, I never once attacked another person for their choice of lifestyle, expecting only to be treated the same, and today, people like me and millions of others, are being steamrolled by disgusting fascists like Michael Bloomberg? It is one of the serious downfalls of what Americans ignorantly love to lay claim to – Democracy. As is often described, democracy is two wolves and a lamb discussing what’s for lunch.

Democracy is mostly rotten to the core. It is not democracy. It is a rigged system in which money and corruption controls everything, including the people. That control has created a society so blinded that they willing go about promoting their own destruction. They have been brainwashed to believe they are entitled to attack and destroy anyone and anything that does not fall in line with THEIR lifestyle, bred into them from birth by leftist progressives.

I would suppose that I, and others like me, have to accept a certain degree of responsibility for what has happened. As I have lived my life, not sticking my nose into other people’s business, the mistake I made was¬†to assume that others were raised the same way. But now it’s too late. We are embroiled in a life of progressivism, where everything is upside-down and backwards, where everything once good is bad and the bad things have become good.

It has been said that success breeds complacency, which in turn breeds failure. I think there’s more to it than that.

However;

DON’T GO LOOK!

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