The Cleansing of the American People
40 years he walked them through the desert, this Moses. 40 years. Two generations. Until a nation of slaves who knew how to abide, and perhaps even prosper, under Egyptian slavery, had become a people hardened by the trials of the wilderness and eager for prospering in a land of their own, and to live lives of faith.
Lives of faith. Not lives of fear. 40 years he walked them through the desert feeding them manna as they moaned about how wonderful the agriculture of Egypt was, how pleasant the servitude was, how easy it would be to just turn back. 40 years, until the moaning generations were replaced by those who couldn’t stand the thought of slavery.
41 years they lived under the communist yoke in Czechoslovakia. 41 years, two generations, until the people had become a people able to cast off that government and live lives without that government’s every totalitarian input in every aspect of their lives.
41 years in East Germany (1949-1990).
40 years in Hungry (1949-1989).
42 years in Poland (1947-1989).
41 years in Romania (1948-1989).
44 years in Bulgaria (1946-1990).
47 years in Yugoslavia (1945-1992).
Some places were worse and longer.
74 years in the USSR (1917-1991).
Other places continue that trial.
62 years in Cuba (1959-present).
72 years in China (1949–present).
73 years in North Korea (1948–present).
There is no intrinsic limit to how long it goes. The limit is on how long it is allowed to go. When a backstop exists, it will come to an end, a backstop of people who refuse to act like a slave any longer, who demand better.
40 years they walked through the desert until a nation of slaves turned into a nation of people who wanted more and would strive for that, doing whatever it took to get it.
How long will the American people walk through the desert?
How long will you walk through the desert?
Because your decision to live a free life is not dependent on anyone else’s decision.
Are you ready for a better life
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