Wednesday, January 13, 2021

America, Be Warned: Revolution in France and America Planned, Preached, and Promoted by Leftist Thugs! by Don Boys, Ph.D

 To my Readers:

I was impressed by the following article that was sent to me by Dr. Don Boys.  I originally hail from Indiana and Dr. Boys is a former member of the Indiana House of Representatives and ran a Christian school in Indianapolis for years.  I have been very concerned that a spirit of mob violence has been unleashed from both right wing and from left wing circles.  Qanon on the "Right" and "Antifa" and other forms of anarchy on the left.  I am currently concerned that the violence that transpired in Washington, D.C. last week will give abundant excuses to the left wing elements as well as globalist "reset" agenda forces to work to even further curtail Christian rights than what has already transpired with the transgender, same-sex marriage agendas.  I asked Dr. Boyd for permission to reprint his article and he graciously gave it.  I would appreciate your feedback and I am sure Dr. Boyd would as well.  There is an old saying:  "All revolutions eat their children."  That goes for the Christian Reconstruction" elements as well who believe they will undergo no persecution and "take the kingdom by force and violence."

Stay tuned,

Constance E. Cumbey

by Don Boys, Ph.D.     

Revolutions in France, Russia, or Cuba didn’t happen by accident because they were planned, preached, and promoted by leftist thugs. Those thugs did not know that all revolutions devour their own.
In the eighteenth century, some eloquent, highborn French wanted a national makeover that stemmed from their hatred of Christ and the Bible, Christian morality, property rights, orderly government, and strong father-led homes. There were some legitimate complaints against the government but none that justified anarchy and wholesale executions without a trial.

The promoters of the French resistance, rebellion, and revolution were willing to wait for the time to strike. It took decades, but it came.

It took decades in America, but it is here.

Waiting gives revolutionaries time to organize and gather their cadre of conspirators. The French were led to the guillotine by suave, sophisticated, and often sincere spokesmen such as Voltaire, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and other brilliant, immoral, but arrogant conspirators who detested revelation and deified reason. With the passing years, the leaders who replaced Voltaire and Rousseau were more vicious and deadly. They spoke about liberty, equality, and fraternity while they mocked their essence.

Voltaire and Rousseau would have been horrified if they had lived to see the Reign of Terror—heads rolling hour after hour in the middle of Paris; thousands of innocent people killed, usually without trial; climaxing in the dictatorship of Napoleon Bonaparte. Voltaire was known for freedom, independence, and defense of the little guy as expressed in his alleged comment, “I do not agree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” He would not have approved of the revolution that became a repulsive river of blood emanating from the guillotine in the center of Paris.

Rousseau famously wrote, “Man is born free, but is everywhere in chains,” so he would have vetoed the revolution. Both men would have been aghast, even ashamed with the destruction, deception, and death. However, their humanism, secularism, and distrust, distaste, and disdain for the crown, the church, and the cottage set the stage for what followed decades after their initial attack.

But they started it and are stuck with it. That’s what happens when a nation rejects heavenly revelation and snuggles up to human reasoning.

I wonder what Voltaire and Rousseau would have thought of present-day America where one is condemned for what he did, wrote, or said 30 years ago! Where you can’t say, “All lives matter” or “Blue Lives Matter,” but must say, “Black lives matter.” Where historical monuments are being destroyed, and history is being rewritten to resemble a fairy tale. 

The French should have seen it coming over the decades as critics of the crown, the church, and the cottage became progressively louder, bolder, and shriller. 

Local and clandestine Jacobin clubs (consisting of Philosophers, Freemasons, and Illuminati) were the workhorses of the Reign of Terror in 1793 during the dictatorship of the revolution. At the time, there were up to 8,000 clubs in France consisting of about 500,000 members. They were no longer merely civic or social clubs but instruments of terror.

Their ostensible responsibility was to help with the running of local governments, policing the local markets, and raising supplies for the military and local police departments. They presented themselves as the epitome of public virtue and were quick to point out anyone suspected of disloyalty to the cause. And, with missionary zeal, they helped destroy all vestiges of Christianity. They became the tool of terrorist leader Robespierre whom he manipulated to his advantage.

Members of the Jacobin clubs were “snake in the grass” Frenchmen who had been radicalized over decades and were waiting for the signal to rebel, resist, riot, and revolt. All leaders of the plot had secret names for one another in their private correspondence. It was arranged so that no one knew many members.
Most historians smile at the suggestion that the French Revolution was promoted by conspirators decades before the streets exploded and the guillotine blade became dull with constant use. Just another conspiracy theory.
Those historians are wrong.      
Yale President Timothy Dwight was an American educator, Congregational minister, and President of Yale from 1886–1898. He documented the origin of the revolutionary Jacobin organizers who agitated for a brutal revolution. He declared, “About the year 1728, Voltaire, so celebrated for his wit and brilliancy and not less distinguished for his hatred of Christianity and his abandonment of principle, formed a systematical design to destroy Christianity and to introduce in its stead a general diffusion of irreligion and atheism. … With great art and insidiousness the doctrines of … Christian theology were rendered absurd and ridiculous; and the mind of the reader was insensibly steeled against conviction and duty.”

Dwight continued, “The fabrication of books of all kinds against Christianity, especially such as excite doubt and generate contempt and derision. … The being of God was denied and ridiculed … The possession of property was pronounced robbery. Chastity and natural affection were declared to be nothing more than groundless prejudices. Adultery, assassination, poisoning, and other crimes of the like infernal nature, were taught as lawful…provided the end was good. … The good ends proposed … are the overthrow of religion, government, and human society, civil and domestic. These they pronounce to be so good that murder, butchery, and war, however extended and dreadful, are declared by them to be completely justifiable.”

Note the similarities: There was a design to destroy, as today. There was an attack on Christ and the Bible, as today. There was an attack on property, as today. Horrible crimes were permitted if they were for a good cause, as today. If the end was desirable (to them), then the means were justified, like today. The worst crimes, even murder, were acceptable, as today.

The slow but sure erosion of the foundations of France began with Voltaire and was continued by the self-righteous philosophers and anti-crown, anti-church, anti-family fanatics over the following decades.
They dispensed with the corrupt Roman Catholic Church and installed the Cult of Reason. A prostitute was enthroned at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris as the goddess of the French people. France was renamed The Republic of Virtue! The press and theaters were turned into tools for state propaganda. More than 2,000 churches were renamed Temples of Reason and became the voice of this cult. Crosses offended some people, so they were outlawed; religious monuments and statues were destroyed; public and private worship and education outlawed; Christian graves were desecrated. Churches were closed or used for immoral, lurid, licentious, scandalous depravities; and priests and ministers (along with those who harbored them) were executed on sight for a while.

What was their theme again? Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity.

The Apostle Peter warned about this in II Peter 2:19 when he wrote, “While they promise them liberty, they themselves are the servants of corruption: for of whom a man is overcome, of the same is he brought in bondage.”
All secret societies are dishonest, deceptive, and dangerous to any society, whether it be the KKK, the Freemasons, or the elitist Order of Skull and Bones, a Yale University society originally known as the Brotherhood of Death. All sober people should flee such groups as if their hair was on fire. However, insecure elitists gravitate to such groups where they wallow in supposed superiority and delight in awarding and receiving honors. They spend much time patting each other on the back and stroking each other’s egos.
The secretive Jacobins (who met on Jacob Street in Paris) were sensitive to public virtue but thought personal virtue repugnant. They reported people who were suspects or who were not sufficiently pro-terror. It was an ideal time to take revenge on someone by suggesting to others about his or her suspicious political positions.

Many top-level aristocrats who had suspicious political views were beheaded or imprisoned, while those who remained alive lost all special treatment and privileges. The middle class took control following the much-touted program of Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity. That was great for a while, but when Robespierre took control, terror reigned. Civil war followed as believers of the monarchy (upper class) fought the revolutionaries (mainly lower-class except for leaders) for control. About half a million people were imprisoned between 1793 and 1794, and up to 300,000 were killed by firing squad and drowning. The bloody guillotine claimed 40,000 lives (without trial) in Paris, most of them because they held the wrong political views.

The basic philosophy behind and driving the Revolution was an attack on all authority—the church, the crown, the cottage. It was a deliberate conspiracy or plot to overthrow the throne, altar, and authoritarian family structure in Europe. The motive was the dissolution of all civil society. They would not need government because they believed in man's perfectibility; consequently, no government would be necessary. This belief resulted from the influence of the Illuminati, who became leaders in the Jacobin clubs.

America stands at the crossroads. Revolutionary leaders in the U.S. make their destructive contributions to national disruption as Robespierre and Denis Diderot did in France. All revolutionaries plan change, control, and chaos in their nation.

They must be stopped, but revolutions, once started, are almost impossible to stop.

(Dr. Don Boys is a former member of the Indiana House of Representatives who ran a large Christian school in Indianapolis and wrote columns for USA Today for 8 years. Boys authored 18 books, the most recent being Muslim Invasion: The Fuse is Burning!  The eBook is available here with the printed edition (and other titles) at Follow him on Facebook at Don  Boys, Ph.D.; and visit his blog.  Send a request to for a free subscription to his  articles, and click here to support  his work with a donation.)

Saturday, January 09, 2021

Were we members of a Trump cult? I can no longer give "The Donald" a pass

 Reviewing the week's past events is nothing short of sobering.  There is talk of invoking the 25th Amendment to remove Donald J. Trump from the Presidency during the less than two remaining weeks of his term.  His has been a strange presidency to be sure.  He was clearly nicer to many Christians than previous presidencies had been for the last few office holders.  There were three heartening Supreme Court appointments (Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, and Amy Coney Barrett).  He had rejected the crown-piece of the New Age agenda -- forced acceptance of the "Climate Change" agenda.

Nevertheless, to any rational observer, he was also volatile, thin-skinned, and obviously narcissistic.  Still many Christians as well as the obviously cultish Qanon followers continued to perceive him as a type of "King Cyrus" come to rescue the Christian world.  

I personally voted twice for Donald Trump for President.  Given the hostile stance Hillary Clinton had taken against anti-abortion forces as well as her scorn for those with Biblical reservations against same sex marriage and other "gay issues," I felt I had little choice.  However, I always had a lingering fear that oftimes I expressed on this blog and in my NewswithViews articles that we could well go down at least figuratiely in flames with the Trump presidency.  Donald Trump was being used as a prime excuse globally by such global governance figures as Javier Solana and many others as Exhibit 1 of the need for "multilateralism" (the newest name for world government cum 'global governance').

It was clear to me that Trump had never been given any proper respect for his election as President in 2016.  Moreover, Hillary Clinton and many others had fomented violence themselves by their open participation in what they called "The Resistance."   It was clearly a form of bullying directed against Trump by obvious sore-losers.

However, two wrongs do not make a right.

Donald Trump was and is a polarizing figure.  He also made many unnecessary enemies.  I suspect that if he had "minded his manners," not used the Twitter account to express off-the-cuff opinions, and had employed social graces rather than making obvious unfounded boasts that he was the best President ever that he might have been overwhelmingly re-elected.  Knowing about the State of Arizona from my previous visits there, it was obvious to me that his ridicule of John McCain as "not a hero" probably cost him at least Arizona in the Electoral College.

I also was horrified that he did not denounce the Qanon cult.  Nobody who is or professes to be Godly should encourage people to view themselves as a God-like being.  Humility is far more attractive than self-adulation, all of which Trump publicly and shamelessly indulged in.  I have expressed fears to many friends over at least the past two years that Trump might be giving anti-Christian forces just the excuse they needed to end our freedom of speech and liberties.

In the last two years there have been increasing calls to eradicate not just Donald Trump from public life, but also his "enablers", i.e. those who voted and publicly advocated for him.

Mary L. Trump, Donald's psychologist niece wrote a critical book about her uncle.  Many Trump supporters are furious that she did so.  Nevertheless, in my opinion the book should be required reading.  I have enough lawyer in me to not reject evidence without first having read and evaluated it.

One of the problems that shaped Donald Trump's precarious path was what she called in television interviews "unbridled positivism."  This was the danger I had noted from the beginning with "New Age" thinking -- so many of its proponents considered only "positives" and rejected all "negatives."  If one can never hear anything bad about themselves or a situation, they are likely to not fully understand a situation nor be in a position to reverse course when necessary.  Norman Vincent Peale was Donald Trump's father's pastor and the refusal to view negatives has been perhaps the greatest factor in Trump's now obvious fall from historical grace.

Last weekend, for the first time, I became suddenly convinced that the 25th Amendment might be necessary to terminate a dangerous presidency.  I also believe the Biden incoming Presidency is a clear and present danger.  Unfortunately, Donald Trump's presidency and our embrace and giving him a pass on many issues gives the Biden administration much good ammunition to further curtail our right to practice our faith and Biblical standards.  Joseph Biden has said in public debates that he wants to "codify abortion" rights - making them more than mere "constitutional" ones.  He also is hostile to those with Biblical beliefs about homosexuality and same-sex marriage.  

Nevertheless, last weekend, I listened with no small dismay to the taped portions played of the interview between the very fine born-again Secretary of State for Georgia where Trump demanded he make a public statement that he was "recalculating the election results" and that he find Trump an addition 11,000 plus votes.

Other Christians I discussed this with were not offended by Trump's statements, but by the taping of the statements.  In Michigan where I practice law, taping a conversation to which one is a party is legal.  I had that issue arise in a case where I defended a Judge who was incriminated by a telephone call made by her vindictive ex-husband.  It was only third party eavesdropping that would have been inadmissible.

I believe that the public revelation of Trump's threats against the Republican Georgia Secretary of State and Governor Kemp may well have cost the Republicans their narrow losses on the two incumbent Senate seats, thus handing control of the United States Senate to the Democratic forces and Chuck Schumer.  My fear was last weekend that Trump might take us down in literal political flames by this very indiscreet behavior and it now appears to me that his behavior motivated Democratic party activists to turn out and many Republicans to stay home.

At any rate, it is now clear that we have had many false prophets among us who reassured us that God told them Trump would be re-elected and remain in office for another 4 years.  Books with titles such as "Trump-apocalypse" some of which even I and my writings about the New Age Movement are mentioned now appear to be prophetic in the reverse sense -- Trump has supplied fuel for prophesied persecution of believers as written in the book of Daniel, the 4 Gospels and the Book of Revelation.

There is just no way I can give Donald Trump a pass on what transpired on Wednesday, January 6th.  I watched his speech insisting that Vice President Pence "do the right thing" and refuse to certify election results, also condemning as traitors the Georgian Secretary of State and Governor.   In my mind I saw the horror that did result shaping up and made calls to friends while the speech was in progress expressing my concerns with which my otherwise fine Christian friends disagreed.

Time and events proved the worst.  We can now expect to be ruthlessly scrutinized, ridiculed, and marginalized.  The abundant biblical warnings that we should put our trust in no man are now borne out.

We need to pray about this.  Everybody needs prayer and repentance -- including but not limited to Donald J. Trump.  We also need to stop falling for "fake news" such as the demonstrators were really Antifa and Black Lives Matter.  There were many in the group who were anarchists.  The one with tattoos and bull horns (Jake Angeli) was reportedly a Qanon activist.  He also bragged about his Shaman status.  I had observed in my own research on Qanon that there was sympathy for the "Maitreya the Christ" New Age forces.  We need to face up to the fact that we wittingly or unwittingly turned our gratitude for Trump for things done right into a cult where he could do no wrong and was further self-deceived by our adulation into such beliefs.  This was destructive both to his soul and to our souls.  We all need to pray for repentance.

Stay tuned!