“Now this is not the end,” goes the famous quote from false flag conspirator and Rothschild family friend Winston Churchill. “It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.”
Churchill’s quotation, of course, comes from a speech entitled “The Bright Gleam of Victory” and signaled the note of optimism the British were feeling as the tide of the Second World War began to turn in their favor. Fast forward 74 years and it’s hard not to think that it is an apt description of the situation we find ourselves in today in our own struggle for liberty. However, it would be disingenuous to utter those words in a spirit of optimism today.
As readers of this column might remember, I began this year on a rather sober note. In an editorial entitled “2016: Community or Civil War,” I predicted that this year we would see significant progress on one of two fronts: Either 2016 would be the year of community building and problem solving, or it would be the year of the descent into Civil War 2.0. Well, I have some bad news for you: It certainly didn’t turn out to be the former.
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