Nothing Is Impossible
When I was growing up, and into the mid 1980s in fact, everyone in America and everyone in the Movement simply assumed that Communism and the Soviet Union were eternal, and that none of us would ever live to see the day when the Reds went down. We had been born under the shadow of the Kremlin, so to speak, and we assumed it would always be there as the ultimate foe of the West, or however we viewed that paradigm. The idea that Communism, the second most powerful expression of Judaic values on earth in history, would be overthrown from within by the very people whom the Bolsheviks had tyrannized for so long, simply never occurred to us.
We all know what happened. Now my goal in life, if nothing else, is to live to see Israel go down. Everyone simply assumes the little bandit state is a permanent fixture as well, but I look over there and I see signs of promise. It won't happen tomorrow, but if I can somehow make it into my seventies, I think I may one day turn on CNN and see a box of delights.
So why, exactly, is it so improbable that we can free ourselves from The Beast in Washington, D. C.? Are we incapable of doing what Russians did fifteen years ago? Are we incapable of doing what Arabs are doing now? Why not? What exactly renders it so impossible that White Americans can do what these other peoples have done, not in the past, but within recent memory?
Why, exactly, can it not happen? Is the regime strong? Yes, but was not the Soviet Army strong? And where are their tanks and their barbed wire and their bombs now? Rusting and abandoned in junk yards and across Afghanistan and Eastern Europe, as someday Obongo's tanks and barbed wire will rust abandoned across the world. Is the regime on the Potomac evil? Thoroughly and irredeemably, but has sixty years of bloody evil quenched the spirit of a tiny, humble people in Palestine who still resist their Jewish oppressors? Evil has only the power over men that we allow it to wield.
Tanks and machine guns and jet bombers, laws and judges and policemen and courts, stupidity and laziness and cowardice, these are our enemies--but every one of them can be overcome if we can find the strength within our souls to do so. Others have done it, and we have seen them do it. We can, too.