As you go to the polls for this important mid-term election, there is a fundamental difference you should keep in mind. Democracy is the rule of the majority. Republicanism is elected representatives governing by the rule of law. See the subtle difference? Democracy often results in or is a disguise for totalitarianism because the rule of the majority can be might makes right. Proponents of totalitarianism often use the word “democracy” to convince people they are protecting minorities by putting forth propaganda, such as fear tactics, and token efforts while accusing opponents of prejudice against minorities. It is class warfare to divide and conquer. This is what America is experiencing on a heightened basis.
This is the struggle between democrats and republicans. It manifests itself in the false sense of caring for minorities while keeping them busy rather than providing them a path to true freedom and prosperity. It often results in the demonizing or social/physical harm of opponents of this so-called “democracy.” When Joe Biden and others, for example, say that Republicans are a threat to democracy, it is a truth—Republicanism is a threat to this brand of totalitarianism disguised as democracy. This is how the completely stupid actions of a political party can bypass logic and common sense and gain momentum among small minorities.
The pandering to the LGBTQ+ community is a good example. Here the Democratic Party has given way to allow these sexual deviants a prominent place in the education system, resulting in or being the root cause of confusion of the genders, sexual grooming, sexual mutilation of young people. Common sense would suggest that this is systematic breaking of the laws that criminalize sexual abuse of children. Yet these laws are for the most part ignored when school administrators and teachers are coerced or encouraged to allow these people to sexualize and confuse children. If an individual would try to do such things apart from the LGBTQ+ or National Education Association covering, that person would be indicted as a sex offender. This is just one small (but significant) example.
Others include eliminating oil and gas in the name of lowering energy costs; quarantining healthy people with jackboot lockdowns; censoring dissent on scientific research; claiming those who question election results threaten democracy; saying abortion is healthcare; naming legislation and policy as the exact opposite of what it does (i.e., Inflation reduction Act, Affordable Care Act) and the list goes on and on. As you go to the polls to vote, and as a citizen of this country it is your duty, understand fully that deception is in the air and it has consequences as noted in Ephesians 5:6, “Let no man deceive you with vain words: for because of these things comes the wrath of God upon the children of disobedience.” Understand God’s word, not from what someone with an agenda has told you, but for yourself. And vote accordingly.