Trump cancels the “cancel culture”

Despite media briefings beforehand to the contrary
, a brazenly maskless President Donald Trump took aim at the “cancel culture” during a impassioned speech at Mount Rushmore yesterday, as part of the Independence Day celebrations.

Mount Rushmore has been a sacred site for thousands of years, after the granite rock of the Black Hills of South Dakota had formed into humanoid-shaped heads that scientists call simulacra, but which shamans interpret as the Earth talking to them.

The visionary medicine men of the Lakota Sioux called these naturally-formed effigies The Six Grandfathers, and it was an important landmark along the processional route of their annual pilgrimage to their sacred site of Harney Peak.

The Six Grandfathers were eventually carved into the four presidents of Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln, in the early 19th century.

So that was the underlying “land magic* significance of this celebratory event at Mount Rushmore yesterday. It was the equivalent of Boris making a speech on St George’s Day at Stonehenge. And I’m glad the granite-jawed Trump took the opportunity while standing at this important crossroads of Time and Space to cancel the “cancel culture”.

The “cancel culture” is made up of people who were never slaves fighting people who were never Nazis over Confederate statues that were erected by Democrats, because the Democrat Party is ashamed of its own slave-owning, Klu Klux Khan legacy. It is a pernicious form of identity politics which insists that your racial identity is more important than who you actually are, designed to divide and rule.

Triump said: “This movement is openly attacking the legacies of every person on Mount Rushmore.
“We will not be terrorised, we will not be demeaned, and we will not be intimidated by bad, evil people. It will not happen.

“They think the American people are weak and soft and submissive.

“But no, the American people are strong and proud, and they will not allow our country and all of its values, history and culture to be taken from them.”

If you’d like to know more about land magic and how it works with regard to Sovereignty, it’s all in my book Stories in the Summerlands, available on Amazon.