If you haven’t seen the latest ranting speech of the new governor of New York, Kathy Hochul, you should find it online. It is a real glimpse into the mind of a politician who truly has what we call a “God complex.”
It’s funny because Democrats are always accusing Conservatives of believing they are God. But, as all accusations made by the Marxist left, it is an example of how these sick people accuse others of being who THEY are.
Hochul was speaking at the Christian Cultural Center in Brooklyn and it is shocking that she didn’t instantly get hit by lightning. First, she told worshippers that God wants them to get the Covid vaccine. I don’t know how she knew this. Did she go to the top of the Empire State Building and meet with God? Did he give her a stone slab with the sentence, “I want everyone vaccinated” on it? Did he tell her that those of us who won’t take the vaccine aren’t listening to Him and what he wants?
Then, she unleashed the big one. ” I need you to be my apostles. I need you to go out and talk about it and say, “We owe this to each other. We love each other.” Then she added, ” Jesus taught us to love one another. And how do you show that love, but to care about each other enough to say, ‘Please get vaccinated because I love you. I want you to live.’ ” And then she signed an order bringing in the National Guard to replace hospital workers who were fired for not taking the vaccine.
Nothing says ” I love you” more than replacing someone with an untrained, unvaccinated military person to take your job while you lose all your pay, retirement, health care, right?
I’m not sure that’s how Jesus would have approached the issue. I know he told his apostles he would make them “fishers of men” but I don’t think he ever said, “And if you don’t follow me I will bring Roman Centurions to take your place.”
And as for that ” I want you to live” wish, well, Governor Crazy Pants, that’s not going so well for the vaccinated. In September, an analysis of data in Israel showed that 60% of the Covid cases in hospitals were vaccinated. In the UK in August, it was reported that 80% of the alledged Covid deaths were vaccinated. We haven’t even mentioned the VAERS report with over 700,000 adverse reactions reported among those who had the vaccine.
It would be the same as Jesus healing people but not really making them better and then many of them died. The whole comparison is going down the tubes pretty quickly.
But, I do think Governor Hochul is a great example of how Marxists view themselves and their role in the universe. While they don’t believe in God, many of them think they are gods.
It reminds me of an old Star Trek episode, the original series, called, “Where No Man Has Gone Before.” Kind of fitting since William Shatner, Captain Kirk, made a short trip into space this past weekend and then was ridiculed by the snarky George Takei with a version of that title. Geez, Mr. Zulu, are you that miserable in your own life? He old and fat shamed Captain Kirk!
In this episode, the Enterprise goes to the edge of the galaxy and finds the remains of another spaceship which had been destroyed by it’s captain 200 years prior. He had mysteriously done so after researching extrasensory perception. In the process, the Enterprise gets damaged by a strange barrier and nine members of the crew are killed. Two crew members gain strange telekinetic and ESP powers and become arrogant and view the rest of the crew as lesser beings. The quote I remember one of them saying to Kirk is, “You can’t possibly understand what it is to be god and all powerful.” Somewhere in the conversation they refer to the regular humans as being like “insects” to them. They do all kinds of cruel things to the crew but eventually they have a power struggle and kill each other.
One message is that a “god” without humanity and compassion is a tyrant. The other is that “gods” eventually will destroy each other because they each want ultimate power.
So, back to the Marxists. If you examine how they talk down to the people, how they ignore their own laws and rules, and how they seem to view themselves as all powerful, the god complex is clear. Go back and look at the multitude of pictures that showed Obama as the “messiah.” Other examples are Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab, and other members of the World Economic Forum and the one world government crowd. I think Bill actually believes he IS God. A creepy, uncaring, evil god.
(ALERT: The image I am showing below may be offensive to some. I know it is offensive to me)
There are others. Anthony Fauci seems to think he is some kind of trickster god. I can just see him at night thinking of all the pranks he can play on the gullible Covid cult. Don’t wear a mask, wear a mask, wear two masks, the vaccine is effective, well maybe not, you can still catch Covid after being vaccinated. I wonder if he watches people contort themselves to follow his edicts?
The sad thing is that almost all dictators think they are gods. Kim Jong-Un, Chairman Xi, etc. It’s been the trend throughout history. The founders of this country purposely set it up so we would NOT have gods or kings or elites in charge. They built it with checks and balances. That’s not to say they didn’t believe in God, they did, very strongly.
But the fake gods in government have worked to get Him removed from our society. After all, they can’t be gods if people believe in a REAL God.
You may be surprised that I have not listed Joe Biden as someone who thinks he is a god. That’s because Joe cannot possibly put enough coherent thoughts together to believe that. He believes that he is the beloved elder statesman who everyone in the country loves. And he thinks we call him “Brandon.” It would be pathetic if he wasn’t so evil.
Like on Star Trek the self made gods will eventually turn on each other. And, when they do, we will be rid of them. It’s already starting.
What’s our part in this mess? Our part is to stay strong in what we believe. We have to find like minded souls to join with. We have to find within ourselves that which has been hidden, a talent, a duty, a calling and “speak it out.” By speaking it out and overcoming fear, we use that talent to change our community, our world. We are not gods, but we an army for God, the real one. If we each fulfill our roles, our destiny, we will win.
And we just need to do God’s will one day at a time with humility and love.
Matthew 23- “…all therefore they bid you observe and do, bud do not ye after their works; for they say and do not… But he that is greatest among you shall be your servant. And whosoever shall exalt himself shall be abased; and he that shall humble himself shall be exalted. “