Elevators Smell Different to Midgets

by Edgar J. Steele

June 26, 2002

Congress shall make no law respecting
an establishment of religion, or prohibiting
the free exercise thereof...
   ---U.S. Constitution, Amendment I

We have killed him - you and I.
All of us are murderers.... God is dead.
God remains dead. And we have killed him.
   ---Friedrich Nietzsche. The Gay Science (1882)

Elevators smell different to midgets. A joke? Maybe.

One of my best friends, whom I have known for most of my adult life, seems to glide through life in a state of constant natural grace. When things seem to have turned against him, I have heard him remark, "My luck usually isn't this bad." Then, somehow, things change and he comes up smelling like a rose.

Usually, I just hate people like that. But not this guy. He has that effect on people.

Natural grace, the non-biblical kind. I know it when I see it. On all-too-rare occasions, and for brief periods, I recognize when I am blessed with it.

My friend is convinced it is simply a matter of outlook. I'm not so sure. 

Elevators really do smell different to midgets, you know. Attitude won't change that reality.

Life has gotten a bit crowded of late, so that there is no place to which malcontents can run off, as did our ancestors when they set sail for America.  America has gotten to be sort of like that elevator. 

Patriots are the midgets for this particular metaphor, reviled at virtually every level of society. Christians are not far behind. America smells different to us, and it isn't just our attitudes.

Today in San Francisco, the Ninth District Federal Appeals Court ruled that God is unconstitutional.  Imagine His surprise.  This means that children in the nine western U.S. states no longer can recite the Pledge of Allegiance as modified back in 1954, adding "under God" between "one nation" and "indivisible."

‘The school district is ... conveying a message of state endorsement of a religious belief when it requires public school teachers to recite, and lead the recitation of ... the pledge.’
Thus spake the court in accomplishing what Nietzsche and millions of cultural communists could not.

Gotta wonder when all those great national standards like America the Beautiful and "God Bless America" will be ruled unconstitutional, as well.

And, when will all our money be recalled?  ("In God We Trust," don't forget.)

And the Bible...what about it?  Obviously, the First Amendment's free speech clause is no protection against its own establishment clause, so how long before the Bible is outlawed?

The stench emanating from the American "system," not just the judiciary, because it could not get away with this sort of thing without the collusion of the other two branches, just became overwhelming to me and many who think as I do.

This time, they have gone too far.

I am sick to death of America being eaten away, a bit at a time, by the Chosen, as they tighten their grip upon our necks in preparation for imposing the New World Order, American Style, on the rest of the planet.

And, make no mistake as to who is behind this and so many other assaults upon the Constitution and Christianity:  They whose name we dare not say aloud.  The Chosen.  The Inner Party.  The Hidden Hand.  The Illuminati.  The Committee of (pick a number).

Jews, in a word.

Not all of them, mind you, but enough to justify the collecting of them under that racial (yes, racial....not simply religious) identity.

Look behind this and so many other lawsuits and you will find the (self-) Chosen beneath virtually every rock.  Sometimes with the ACLU, often on the bench, usually on one or both sides of the courtroom, almost always bringing the suit.

Jews.  Say it aloud.  Get the forbidden taste of it out of your mouth.  Get used to it, because you are going to be hearing it more and more as time goes on.  

I do solemnly swear that I will support and defend The Constitution of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic...

With those words, I started my brief, four-year military career in 1967.  I was never again to feel so much pride in my country, because Viet Nam was just starting to go badly.

I do solemnly swear that I will support and defend The Constitution of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic...

With those words, I began my legal career in 1982 in San Francisco .  I was to repeat them three more times in the coming years as I was admitted to practice in the states of Oregon , Washington and Idaho .

I do solemnly swear that I will support and defend The Constitution of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic...

I swore that oath in the Washington, DC, chambers of the United States Supreme Court in 1989, before all nine justices who had taken that same oath themselves long before I did.

I meant it then.  I mean it now.  

Make no mistake.  We are at war.  But, I do not refer to the tragedy unfolding in the Middle East .  The front lines of the war of which I speak are right here and right now in America . 

In our churches.  In our schools.  In our places of work.  On the Internet.

The front lines are manned by all sorts of Americans:  men, women and children of every race and every creed.  

Lives are risked and destroyed daily on these front lines.

Families torn asunder.

All in the name of political correctness, the front-line weapon of the Jew.

It wasn't enough that they suffer suicide bombers due to their murderous policies in the Middle East.  They had to import it to our shores, so that now all Americans have adopted a siege mentality.

I, for one, have had it.

I pledged to defend the Constitution.  This little rant is one of the ways I can do it.  Handling a case or two for the politically-incorrect, whereby our slide into the abyss is outlined graphically, is another.

Not putting up with this sort of outlandish pronouncement is how you can do it.  Gandhi called it civil disobedience.

Stand up when the flag comes by.  Recite the pledge out loud...shout out the phrase "under God" at the appropriate place.  Pray in school and all manner of public venues.  Erect a cross in your front yard.  Remove school board members that bow to the move to eradicate Christianity.  Do the same to local elected officials.  Boycott lawyers that help them.  Picket courthouses that participate in this travesty.  Write letters.  Point your fingers at the perpetrators.  Don't be afraid to say the word "Jew."

You don't have to be Christian to do any of these things.  It has now become a political issue far greater than anyone's personal religious beliefs.  In fact, it has become a question of the survival of our country and, ultimately, our race.

I, for one, am sick to death of the smell in this elevator.

-ed

"I didn't say it would be easy.  I just said it would be the truth."
            - Morpheus

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