by Charles S. Oaxpatu
The year 2021 will be coming to an end soon. I feel like a whole lot of excrement is about to hit a huge number of fans in 2022. It all begins on Wednesday of next week when the U.S. Supreme Court hears the big Mississippi abortion case that may result in the overturning of Roe v. Wade. From where I sit, many things—–truly important things—–may go straight downhill from there in 2022. By this time next year, we may very well look back in time and decide that 2022 was far worse than 2020. If any specific year on planet Earth ever needed the loving hand of God the Father, Jesus the Christ, and the Holy Spirit, 2022 may be it in this century.
What happens in 2022 may very well set the tone and course for the rest of the 21st century. If you are an intelligent, emotionally balanced person who believes in Truth and Love, your firm voice and nonviolent action on the American stage throughout 2022 may make the difference in whether light defeats darkness in our lives and the lives of our fellow men, women, and children.
Throughout the coming year, I hope you will bear in mind and always remember a short sentence delivered by a man overlooking the elephant enclosure at the Knoxville Zoo in Knoxville, Tennessee. The elephants were dipping their long snouts into buckets of water, sucking the water in, and spewing it out across their backs. The man was there with either his wife or girlfriend, and his right arm lay across her shoulder lovingly. I was standing right behind them when the man uttered these important words to his darling:
M fattuns air cleans theysevs.
Dwell on that short sentence. Our fight for the authentic Christian faith and the future of our country is pitted against the kinds of human minds from which such words can easily spring. OMICRON is coming in 2022—–and licking its chops for just such people.