Stop Being a Dumb-mask...! Plan One-Third Accomplished (with illustration)

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[see links, illustration, and quotes at end.]

Apathy, Cowardice, and Antichristianity Unmasked

Copyright © 2020
Robert Alan Balaicius

“Dumb monkey see, dumb monkey do...”

does this in any way fit you?

It’s not a game, but massive fraud:

to steal your rights that come from God.

What is the price?  What will it take?

for you from slumber to awake?

It won’t just pass and normal be—

those who so think are blind, can’t see.

Freedom itself, your very life;

the mask is prelude to a knife:

one notch below your hidden gloat;

the actual target is your throat.

Just stick your head into the noose

and soon you’ll find well cooked your goose.

But if you truly want to live,

let not thy conscience be a sieve.

Firm up thy spine and do what’s right

when will you ever stand and fight?

Unmask throw off the heathen yoke

unmask before you suffer, choke.

It’s not your life alone you risk,

Christendom falls from cowardice.

God did through Paul to us command:


Surrender not the prize well fought

consider though the deaths it bought.

They have no right to make demands,

traitors and crooks who steal our lands;

who steal our jobs who steal our wealth,

who steal our children and our health;

who steal our heritage our faith

our history, DNA erase!

While you so passively comply,

you’re hands are stained by all who die.

Our Founders, Ancestors so bold

did not risk all so you could mold;

like fungus grow within the dark

too cowardly to make your mark.

If he whose hand to plow doth place

and looketh back with untrue face

—unfit in God’s Kingdom to bow

what then of those who won’t e’en plow...?

Those who refuse true cross to bear

will in God’s Christ never have share;

unworthy chaff chas’d by the wind,

no conscience even to rescind;

dead branches to be pruned away

who shall not see the light of day;

but hear, “Depart, I know thee not”

begone thy soul a Hell to rot.

My sheep, My Voice—follow, obey

but goats, headstrong, go their own way.

Those born of Me My Works will do,

will do what’s right—will live what’s true.

Each tree is known—known by it’s fruit;

futile doth it boast in its root.

Do what is right or it is sin

—Judgment alone shall then thou win.

to not provide for family dear,

to cower in the dark in fear;

such may be cast straight into Hell

—worse they, says God, than infidel.



You are an embarrassment and do the enemy more good than us.

Dead wood is just in the way (and a fire hazzard).




“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.” —Samuel Adams (speech at the Philadelphia State House, August 1, 1776)

“Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty or safety.”

“And how we burned in the labor camps later thinking: What would things have been like if every security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive, and had to say good-bye to his family?  Or if people had not simply sat there, palling with terror, but had understood that they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up an ambush of a half-dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?  The cursed machine would have ground to a halt.  If, if, if!  We didn't love freedom enough.  We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.” —Aleksandr Solzhenitzen