I hear a lot of people saying things like, “is all this on purpose?” People who don’t usually think too deeply about politics and just want to live their lives are starting to ask questions about what they see going on in politics. Most people trust that the government is doing their business with good intentions, so with the gas prices being so high, the continued worry that some pandemic virus will be unleashed by Bill Gates and the people at the World Economic Forum and that inflation will make buying an apple a situation of bankruptcy, people are starting to wonder if all these bad things are on purpose. That is when I reminded them that the Biden administration canceled in May of 2021 Trump’s executive order to construct The National Garden of American Heroes, which would be a fine addition to patriotic sites like Mt. Rushmore. Why would Biden and his team cancel such a patriotic project even as they sent billions of dollars to Ukraine and their war with Russia, which has stalled out and become a real line in the sand in the global war between a One World Order and sentiments of nationalism? Biden and Democrats, in general, are progressives, which means they wish to “progress” beyond the idea of America. The downfall of America is actually one of the eight goals of the Desecrators of Davos in the World Economic Forum, so when Biden canceled that Trump project of patriotism, he was saying a lot, especially since it was done so soon in his acquired presidency. Progressives didn’t want Americans to think about their country in favorable ways. They don’t like the 4th of July and places like Mt. Rushmore. They want America to get rid of its constitution and to become a member of a global society where everyone is equal; even all the crappy little countries run by socialist tyrants.
I spent the most recent weekend at a Fast Draw shoot where one of my friends had just returned from a big Fast Draw shoot that occurred in Sturgis, South Dakota, and it brought to my mind good memories of my time there a year ago when I had my entire family at Mt. Rushmore. It was a day I still think of at least once a day and was a very special occasion. Mt. Rushmore is one of those extraordinary places many intend to visit, but some never find the time. But I would say that if you can at all, or are planning a vacation to go somewhere anyway, to forget about the condo in Florida or some other trip. In these times, go to Mt. Rushmore and let it do what it was designed to do, reminding the people of America why America is worth fighting for. It’s one of those places that once you park in the garage and step up onto the terrace that aligns with the carvings of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln on the big rock wall high above, that the anger of the world toward America comes into sharp focus. Trump, during his administration, wanted to expand on the Mt. Rushmore experience to solidify more the patriotism Americans feel at places like Mt. Rushmore. I bought several books there that have turned out to be real treasures that I have read throughout the year, and it has given me a fresh perspective into all the bad things that we see happening on the nightly news. Enough of a perspective that I say to all those people asking if all this is on purpose with an affirmative, yes. Yes, they intend to destroy America. That’s what progressives want. That’s what the Democrat Party wants, as does the Desecrators of Davos. They want an end to America and its constitution, which is why Biden canceled Trump’s National Garden of American Heroes. They didn’t just steal an election when they took it from Trump; they intend to steal America as a whole and all of us with it.
I’ve been to Washington D.C. and never find it very American. Sure, it’s the capital of our country, named after the first president. But it feels like a mess of memory and silly reverence to Masonic symbolism. It’s a city built out of superstition with all the streets and monuments tying America to some Egyptian sentiment with alignments to Jupiter, Saturn, Venus, and many others, complete with zodiacs all over the place that reflect a reverence of a new country without much history of its own trying to tie itself to the depth and lore of the ancients. That lack of character is why many who work in the D.C. swamp don’t fight for America but for the European ideas that founded the Masonic order and the kind of fraternities that spawn from their organizations. It’s also why so many political people and financial supporters turn toward pagan memories for supernatural aid for guidance in how to run a country, which obviously they all miss the mark. I say to anybody who wants to know, if you want to understand America, don’t go to Washington D.C. America is not there. That is not the best of what America offers. But Mt. Rushmore is a monument to America that has captured the essence of what America is, majestic yet remote. Hospitable yet accessible and grand, all in the same sweep of sentiment. Mt. Rushmore is a much better representation of America than its own capital city of Washington D.C. The city’s main feature is a giant Egyptian obelisk, the tallest testament in that part of the world, and it has nothing to do with American pride and spirit. It’s a reverence to Egyptian beliefs as the Masons who built the city and started the country thought of them in star alignments and the power of ancient pagan gods. It’s not there to revere the work of Jesus Christ or the 5000 Year Leap of Christian faith that essentially made America unique.
On the way to Mt. Rushmore is a little watering hole of a place just on the edge of the Badlands called Wall Drug. It’s a fantastic tourist trap that embodies all the great things about America in one specific place, and it’s one of those places that remind you of the tenacious spirit of the American mind. Built to satisfy the tourist traffic of people who make the pilgrimage to Mt. Rushmore, about an hour to the west, you get the feeling when you go there that no matter what happens in the outside world, America will always remain so long as you are at Wall Drug and the nearby Blackhills of South Dakota where Mt. Rushmore was carved. It’s a culture all of its own. It is one of the primary reasons that the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is such a popular yearly journey that is made so that the participants can touch the ideas of America far removed from the noise of the big cities and Masonic-created capitals. New York doesn’t get it, and Washington D.C. certainly doesn’t. Miami, Florida, doesn’t get it at all. But Wall Drug in South Dakota does, Mt. Rushmore, Sturgis, Deadwood, Keystone, Rapid City, they all get it, and if there were one place on earth where people could go to charge their batteries in these challenging times with the American spirit they crave, then I would recommend a trip to Mt. Rushmore and the surrounding areas for a week or so. I’ve done it recently, and it carried me well through the last year. And when my friend just returned from a shoot out there, it reminded me that my experience was not specific to me but is common to all people who travel there. So if you are looking for your country and don’t see it on the nightly news, even with gas prices being as high as they are, I recommend a trip to Mt. Rushmore. You certainly won’t regret it.