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Jason Morgan | Remnant Columnist

The debate over the recently-announced vaccine mandate is awash in illogic.

For example: vaccines are like seatbelts, we’re told. But how many of us have to wear three, four, even five seatbelts at a time?  How many of us have to buckle in to additional seatbelts the longer we drive?

Sources exclusive to The Remnant have revealed that Pope Francis traveled to the People’s Republic of China in July, 2021 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party. Francis and a small, socially-distanced entourage (Fr. James Martin, Klaus Schwab, John Cena, Pachamama, and Theodore McCarrick) toured what Francis, on the plane to Beijing, called “the New Jerusalem” as the personal guests of benevolent Chinese leader Xi Jinping.

A band played “The East Is Red” as Francis descended from his plane onto the tarmac in China. Francis made the Sign of the Sickle as he gave thanks for his safe landing.

As the betrayal in Afghanistan unfolded over the past few gut-wrenching weeks, people from all political persuasions began to demand answers. “Someone has to take responsibility for abandoning Americans to be raped, tortured, enslaved, and murdered by the Taliban,” the country cried out. “The people running the State Department, Pentagon, White House (whoever that mystery person happens to be), and Democrat-media-complex must be held to account.”

The fall of Kabul to the Taliban should give all Christians pause. What have we—Christians, Americans—been doing in Afghanistan for twenty years? That’s one question, but it’s but a small part of a much bigger one: What have we—Christians, Americans—been doing everywhere during the Great Potomac Jihad?

“Great Potomac Jihad”?

There has been a flurry of articles in the press recently about a subject which comes up from time to time: Will the United States Supreme Court in its next session overturn Roe v. Wade? The first time this kind of speculation started, at least as far as I can remember, was Planned Parenthood v. Casey (1992). City of Akron v. Akron Center for Reproductive Health (1986) and Webster v. Reproductive Health Services (1989) were important, too, but not nearly as monumental as Casey. Pro-lifers hoped mightily that Roe would be undone then. However, the Supreme Court held in Planned Parenthood v. Casey that Roe was fundamentally sound, that the Constitution of the United States, although the word “abortion” appears nowhere within it, guaranteed the right of a woman to “choose” to end the life growing within her.

GERMAN FILMMAKER LENI Riefenstahl’s 1936 cinematic encomium to the Berlin Olympics, Festival of Nations, opens with a montage of marble statues of Greek gods and goddesses in the ruins of ancient temples. One statue, of a discus thrower, comes to life, after which the action is of human beings engaging in the ancient Greek sports of javelin hurling, shotput, and long-distance running. Apollonian men strive in dramatic lighting, bodies glistening with sweat, taut with exertion. Aphroditic female nudes cavort with rings and dance in the glory of the human form. This prelude soon gives way to a stadium in modern-day Germany, where athletes from around the world have gathered to display their sinews and test their strength on the world stage. Only the best win the laurels, though. Only the strongest win through. The will conquers all.

When most of us see the police, we see them on the front lines of the war for our country. The police are on the streets, chasing down Democrat-supported mobs burning down Black businesses or dealing drugs on the corners of Democrat-run cities. The police run toward gunfire, toward traffic accidents, toward scenes of domestic abuse. We see the police in uniform, the thin blue line between our safety and the chaos of the Woke American Revolution (WAR).

When the People’s Republic of China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO) in late 2001, there were many in the Western political establishment who assured working-class skeptics that admission into the liberal world order would change China. Once fully integrated into the globalist regime, we were told, China would learn how to live like late-capitalist Americans and Western Europeans. The Chinese would give up on their old Communist ambitions and learn to be content with the material comforts of the twenty-first century, the argument went. Even today, there are those who still argue (https://www.aei.org/op-eds/to-compete-with-china-we-need-the-liberal-international-order/) that the “liberal international order” is the way to compete with the PRC.

When the Military Was Critical of Race Theory

In recent months, Americans have been dismayed to learn that their military has been infiltrated by Critical Race Theory (CRT) and other divisive, racist indoctrination. The American ideals of equality and respect are now under attack in the heart of what has long been the most patriotic institution in the country. Protecting the country becomes harder day by day as recruits and officers are taught to detest their nation and see their fellow soldiers, sailors, and airmen as “oppressors” filled with “white rage”.

In a powerful way, the police of America have become surrogate fathers to the legions of fatherless children who grow up to eke out a life of crime. Gilcrest didn’t become a priest—but that is because God had much more urgent pastoral work for him to do.
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Morgan Gilcrest just started his career as a police officer last year. In July of 2020, as the country exploded in anti-police violence ginned up by the China-controlled media, Gilcrest walked into a regional police academy in rural Virginia and began training to do the job he does now: patrol the streets of America with a target on his back.

Being a police officer is a calling. Time and again, police officers say that no one gets into police work for the glory or the money. Chasing after dangerous, drug-addled criminals—and then having to fend off defense attorneys who attack cops in court for keeping the rest of us safe—is not anyone’s definition of an easy desk job. You either love the work, or you quit early on.

 

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