Darrell Castle talks about the troubling dissatisfaction that is present in American life today caused by the economic reality of the middle class and the indifferent attitude of America’s politicians. Transcription / Notes DISPIRITED PEOPLE Hello, this is Darrell Castle with today’s Castle Report. This is Friday the 22nd day of September in the year of our Lord 2023. I will be talking about the troubling dissatisfaction that is present in American life today and I argue that much of it is caused by the economic reality of life in Middle Class America, and by the indifferent, let them eat cake, attitude of America’s politicians. Polling data indicate that my theory is valid and that the middle class is disappearing because it is being incinerated by the economic reality it faces. For example, the President spoke to the UN General Assembly earlier this week and he told them that he supports delivering the health care of Americans into the hands of the globalists at the UN World Health Organization. In the choice between freedom and enslavement he clearly comes down on the side favoring enslavement. Mr. Middle Class sees all this and he doesn’t know what to make of it but he is very suspicious. Not suspicious enough to go to the barricades, not yet anyway, but a report coming from the Census Bureau this week might help him on his way. Yes, while the President was telling the UN that we just have to persevere in Ukraine the Census Bureau was telling Mr. Middle Class that he was descending into poverty as if he didn’t already know that. Yes, it seems that the poverty rate increased last year for the first time in 13 years. So, the President goes to the UN or he takes another 10-day vacation and the working people of America slip into poverty. That’s more than likely going to cause some unease among Americans, even Democrats. I suppose the President’s usual answer of Trump did it will have to suffice at least for a while. Instead of the usual political clap trap, let’s look at some things that might really be causing it. Recent polls indicate that something is wrong out there in Middle America. Democrats and Republicans alike understand that the problems are eating away at their lives and their standard of living. Whether Democrat or Republican or whether they are ashamed to be publicly identified with either of those groups, and therefore identify themselves as independent, they know something is wrong. They may blame each other as their masters at the heads of the two political parties have trained them to do, but there seems to be a growing unease as business-as-usual fails to provide answers. The disease is economic although it may exhibit many symptoms, it is economic. When James Carvelle advised Bill Clinton in 1992, “it’s the economy stupid” he was right and it’s still the economy today. A recent poll indicated that 61% say they lack confidence in what has come to be called Bidenomics to manage economic problems. 54% said Congressional Republicans gave them more confidence that they could successfully deal with the issues facing the country while 45% said they had more confidence in Biden, so they are confused and that is no accident either. Americans are not happy and clearly the driver of their unhappiness is the economy. These polls I have been reading can be confusing but significantly only 37% approve of the way Biden has handled the economy. 70% disapprove of how he has addressed inflation while 75% say they think economic conditions are poor for them. By a large margin the economy is far and away the most important issue facing the country and people in the Middle know that economic reality is stacked against them. Freeing the dollar from the restraints that held it and which forced politicians to be at least a little bit accountable for what they did to the rest of us, has caused a stagnant economy and declining standard of living and worse result for the Middle Class than for others.
Darrell Castle talks about the state of presidential politics and what that state means for the nation. Transcription / Notes HARD TIMES FOR THE REPUBLIC Hello, this is Darrell Castle with today’s Castle Report. This is Friday the 15th day of September in the year of our Lord 2023. I will be talking about the state of presidential politics and what that state means for the nation. Who can and who should lead this nation in either the death throes of corruption or back to the days when the country was a moral leader and respected for its strict adherence to the rule of law. In the world of presidential politics, we face many dilemmas today, most, or all of which have been faced before. For example, what if Donald Trump is convicted of at least some of the 100 or so felonies for which he has been indicted. Don’t get me wrong because I’m not saying he is guilty of any of the charges, most of which don’t even make sense as criminal charges. The trials, however, will all be conducted in heavily Democrat cities and courts where the prosecutors, judges, and juries have one thing in mind and that is destroy Donald Trump. Whether I supported Donald Trump as president or whether I still might be a supporter is irrelevant to me in his current struggle. I am a lawyer and I have a respect for the law and I am very opposed to how it is being abused in the cases against Trump. Most of the election interference charges appear to be just examples of free speech woven into racketeering by a very biased prosecutor. In the January 6 case he urged peaceful protests but evidence or lack thereof is irrelevant in New York. What if he is convicted on at least some charges as seems likely, but is out pending appeal which also seems likely. He would then be a convicted felon and the presidential candidate of a major political party. The election could then turn on whether the voters thought him guilty or whether they would prefer his election whereby he could pardon himself. In that case he might be the only convicted felon elected president but he would not be the only felonious president and that’s for sure. That situation has happened before as a matter of fact. In the presidential election of 1920, Socialist Party candidate Eugene Debs ran from a jail cell and got 3,4% of the vote. Mr. Debs was a five-time presidential candidate, as a Democrat at first, then as an open, rather than a closet Socialist. In 1920 he had been sent to prison for stating what turned out to be the truth about financial reasons being at least somewhat to blame for the U.S. entry into World War One. My point is that he was a third-party candidate and still got 3.4% of the voters to choose him while he was in prison. The likely Democrat candidate in 2024 is not without problems of his own. Accused of corruption with foreign governments, bribery, extortion, possibly even treason the speaker of the house of representatives announced this week that an inquiry into impeachment would be filed against President Joe Biden. Quoting House Speaker Kevin McCarthy: “These are allegations of abuse of power, obstruction, and corruption. They warrant further investigation by the House of Representatives. That’s why today I am directing our House (committees) to open a formal impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden.” These things take months, of course, sometimes even years so the House is not expected to vote on whether to impeach until February 2024 at the earliest. If the Republican House votes to impeach, which seems likely, then the Democrat Senate would try him and most likely vote to acquit. The process I just described is accurate, but the results I predicted are obviously speculation on my part. Nevertheless, it is possible that we could have a Democrat candidate awaiting trial in the Senate, or one who has been convicted and removed from office leaving the nation to be led by Kamala Harris running against a convicted felon. That would just be the most wonderful face to put o...
Darrell Castle talks about the unrelenting efforts to deliver the nations of the world into the arms of an unelected but very powerful group of people who think of themselves as super wise and super entitled to rule over the entire creation of God. Are their results inevitable or can we find flaws and cracks in their schemes that will allow us to defeat or delay their plans? Transcription / Notes IS GLOBAL GOVERNMENT INEVITABLE? Hello, this is Darrell Castle with today’s Castle Report. Today is Friday, September 8, 2023. I will be talking about the unrelenting efforts to deliver the nations of the world into the arms of an unelected, but very powerful group of people who think of themselves as super wise and super entitled to rule over the entire creation of God. Is the global government of a ruling, all-wise elite inevitable, or can we find flaws and cracks in their plans that may enable humanity to defeat or at least indefinitely delay their plans. Once again, I return to the wise words of Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, I continue to bring you his words because I have come to respect his uncompromising battle for the truth in a religious world in which he is apparently the only one to do so. The first interview of the archbishop was conducted with French media, but I picked it up on The Remnant which is a catholic news service with a conservative bent thus it will dare to print the words of the archbishop. In that French interview he defined what is meant by the term globalism in his mind. “Globalism is, so to speak, the staging, the script and the scenario that must prepare humanity for the political ascent of the Antichrist, to whom the leaders of the world—his servants—will cede national sovereignty so that he becomes a kind of global tyrant.” The archbishop draws a comparison between the Deep State and its mechanisms of subversion and the mechanisms of the Deep Church and concludes that they are identical. “The element that, in my opinion, must be understood—for the denunciation to be complete—is the mirror relationship between the coup d’ etat of the Deep State in the civil sphere and that analogous equivalent of the Deep Church in the ecclesiastical sphere. The modus operandi of subversive actions is identical, as are the principles that animate them and the objectives they set for themselves .” This conclusion that the same forces that have subverted and captured governments are also the forces that have captured and subverted the church is one I have held for a long time so I was ready to finally hear someone else, someone within the church say it. When asked if he is the only prelate who held this view, he said that he is the only one who is willing to publicly state the view. He equates the rise of globalism, of global government, with Satanism and says that globalism in its essence is Satanic. The heart of the argument is what I have said many times and that is that in order to succeed the globalists will have to erase God from the minds of the people. The archbishop says that in order to bring about the kingdom of Antichrist it is necessary to erase what remains of the kingdom of Christ in the institutions, in the culture and in the daily life of the citizens. Moral dissolution is one of the simplest means of subjugating the masses, encouraging them to vice, ridiculing virtue, and by destroying the natural family, the fundamental cell of society. Once the family is successfully destroyed, then children become commodities, products to be ordered over the internet, thus fueling a vast criminal enterprise. Divorce, abortion, euthanasia, homosexuality, gender mutilation have all proven to be very effective tools in the destruction of the human family. They are also tools that are being used to eliminate God, faith, and the other tenets of natural law in the minds of the masses the globalists seek to control. A new religion thus comes to us and imposes itself on society.
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