In less than 24 hours from now the American public will go out to vote. This election has been characterized as the most important of our lifetime, and this statement couldn’t be more true. The country is now facing one of history’s crossroads and there are two options available. It’s a time to Make America Great Again.
The first option is to continue following what the Caliphate of Political Correctness mandates and voluntarily commit cultural genocide.
Decay will spread throughout the country and when the new enemy that arises from the east demands our surrender, the country will have been weakened from within morally and economically at such a high level that our surrender will be unconditional and voluntary.
The second option is the American one. It is an option that promises adversity, the common effort by all individuals who still believe in the same ideals that made America great in the first place to restore this proud nation to its former glory.
It is an option that will embody the motto “E Pluribus Unum”- From many, one. Not in the perverted socialist way as Democrats praise, but in the way our founding fathers intended.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again; we are the sons and daughters of Christian Faith, Greek Philosophy, Roman Might, English Law and American grit.
Our fight to preserve our civilization is holy and should be viewed as such. In times as such where fighting for our civilization simply demands a vote, we should remember the words of Pvt. Martin Treptow, the barber from Cherokee, Iowa.
He enlisted in the National Guard during WW1 and fought in Europe with the Rainbow Division, a unit that took upon that name because it consisted of NG units from across the country stretching like a rainbow.
Private Martin Treptow was killed in action on July 30th, 1918. He was commemorated in Ronald Reagan’s first Inaugural Address on January 20th,1981.
“Each one of those markers (At Arlington National Cemetery) is a monument to the kinds of hero I spoke of earlier. Their lives ended in places called Belleau Wood, The Argonne, Omaha Beach, Salerno and halfway around the world on Guadalcanal, Tarawa, Pork Chop Hill, the Chosin Reservoir, and in a hundred rice paddies and jungles of a place called Vietnam.
Under one such marker lies a young man—Martin Treptow—who left his job in a small town barber shop in 1917 to go to France with the famed Rainbow Division. There, on the western front, he was killed trying to carry a message between battalions under heavy artillery fire.
We are told that on his body was found a diary. On the flyleaf under the heading, “My Pledge,” he had written these words: “America must win this war. Therefore, I will work, I will save, I will sacrifice, I will endure, I will fight cheerfully and do my utmost, as if the issue of the whole struggle depended on me alone.”
The crisis we are facing today does not require of us the kind of sacrifice that Martin Treptow and so many thousands of others were called upon to make. It does require, however, our best effort, and our willingness to believe in ourselves and to believe in our capacity to perform great deeds; to believe that together, with God’s help, we can and will resolve the problems which now confront us.
And, after all, why shouldn’t we believe that? We are Americans. God bless you, and thank you.”- Ronald Reagan’s First Inaugural Address On January 20, 1981
This is who we are, this is the heritage we must fight to preserve. Tradition is not the worship of ashes but the preservation of the flame, and this is why each and everyone with a right to vote must do their part to Make America Great Again.