2016: the year of living dangerously

Friend Cathy just sent me Roger L. Simons New Years Day missive and all I can say is that I wish I could write like this.  I don’t know Simon, but I’m thinking he is my brother from another mother!  (Joke of course)


This is exactly where my head is. 2016 will be it, we either survive as a great free nation or we continue the slide down the trash chute of history.

His piece at PJ Media is entitled, ‘2016: Year of the Chinese Curse.’  And, below is just a bit of it to whet your appetite.

It’s not just because I have been reading the English translation of Michel Houellebecq’s Submission that I sense we are heading for some sort of apocalypse in 2016. The novel, ironically published in its original French the day of the Charlie Hebdo massacre (7 January 2015), all too realistically describes an election and near civil war in France in 2022, ending in a Muslim takeover of the state (through an alliance with the left). Not even a year after its publication, and the more recent events in Paris and San Bernardino, this riveting book seems, if anything, a bit tardy in its time frame.

As the famous supposedly-Chinese curse goes: “May you live in interesting times.” (Yes, I know the curse is apocryphal and about as Chinese as a fortune cookie, but it makes the point.)


….it’s a presidential election year but it is far more than that. We are already living in the beginnings of World War III, although many of our fellow citizens are pretending that it has not happened. This is a very dangerous situation that vastly increases the potential of losing. Every great civilization of the past has died. Why not ours? Is the end nigh in 2016? Or just a few years off as in Houellebecq’s 2022? (Actually reading his novel I felt as if everything was happening yesterday.)

Continue reading here and see what he says about Donald Trump.

We have work to do. Find your place in the ranks of those fighting to save America. (And chit-chatting on social media doesn’t count!)  It is now or never!

4 thoughts on “2016: the year of living dangerously”

  1. “(And chit-chatting on social media doesn’t count!) It is now or never! ”

    Sadly, too many “Americans” don’t care either way. But the most infuriating part of this struggle is knowing people who agree with us privately but lack the courage to stand up and say so publicly. If there are to be mass deportations, they should begin by rounding up these cowards.


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