For two years now, I’ve been toying with the idea of doing a presentation at the local library called something like “The Astrology of Donald Trump and the U.S.A.” This presentation was not going to be political; I was going to focus on the energetics of Trump’s effect on the U.S. For astrologically it’s all there, as I stated in this early 2016 post:
And then the day after he was elected, I wrote this:
But something still stops me from doing this library presentation. The situation still feels dangerous, likely to attract people who are unhinged. Really? I do think so. And that’s probably because I live in an academic town, Bloomington, home of Indiana University, where so-called “liberal,” “progressive” values prevail. Like newly conservative activist Brandon Straka, I was very much a part of the left wing in America, from the 1960s on. But then something changed. Or did it? Or was it just that I changed? in any case, all I know is I had to walk away.
And yet, I’m not happy with the “conservative” wing of the two-headed “Money Party” (as Roseanne Barr calls it) either. Neo-libs and neo-cons: both love war — unlike Trump, who must battle them both.
Hey folks! Let’s remember how to debate and hammer out the reasons for our vastly differing points of view on political issues, rather than just insist that only one side, “our side,” is the right one. So I was very gratified to see that during his epic, rollicking, two hour “off script” presentation to CPAC, Trump said he is about to sign an EO that requires universities “to support free speech if they want federal research dollars.”
I was amazed to see and feel all the cheering young people in that CPAC hall. Clearly, not all millennials are snowflakes.
I’m still not going to do that library presentation. But I AM toying with the idea of getting a red MAGA hat. Or at least a Q teeshirt. And wear it, or them, in public. Though I doubt I’d go out alone. Even here, where civility usually prevails, I can feel the undercurrents of mind-controlled fury that the long-term deep state plan to slice and dice us into tinier and tinier “politically correct” siloes has wrought.
Hey! I’m a human being, you’re a human being. Let’s all just get along, shall we?
Trump, communing ecstatically with his decidedly conservative CPAC audience: “I’m in love. You’re in love. We’re all in love.”
Yes, we are in love!
Let’s now spread that love to include whomever we consider to be outside, wrong, bad, etc. This does not mean that we need to agree with them, or to dissolve all walls, including the one being built on the southern border. Because we each need to keep our own identity, our own authority, our own sovereignty. That goes for you, for me, for this neighborhood, this town, this state, this nation. Sovereignty: beginning with the self, every entity at every level deserves nothing less.