You say you want a revolution? Good, because we are on the eve of destruction.

Dear Gentle souls: we are in the midst of a revolution in 2023. Listen to the music of our time:Country and Western. It is music that leads. I remember 1968: and the music, Rock and pop, the Beatles and Rolling Stones called for a revolution:NO more war! NO more religion.

Remember these?  Too young to remember?

The Eve of Destruction?

Don’t you understand what I’m trying to sayCan’t you feel the fears I’m feeling today?If the button is pushed, there’s no runnin’ awayThere’ll be no one to save with the world in a graveTake a look around you boy, it’s bound to scare you, boy
And you tell meOver and over and over again, my friendHow you don’t believeWe’re on the eve of destruction


The protests of 1968 were world-wide. There were popular rebellions against state militaries and bureaucracies and demonstrations against the Vietnam War in Amsterdam. IN AMSTERDAM! There was rebellion on the campuses against the Viet Nam war riots in Washington, DC, the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1968. There was racial unrest and heightened social unrest over values.  There were two assassinations, colorful hippies, who questioned the cultural assumptions that informed American life, a celebration of sex and rebellion, and John Lennon’s countercultural anthem, “Revolution.”

You say you want a revolution
Well, you know
We all want to change the world
You tell me that it’s evolution
Well, you know
We all want to change the world

But when you talk about destruction
Don’t you know that you can count me out

The year witnessed the coming of age of the baby-boom generation, the 76 million Americans born between 1946 and 1964, who rebelled against tradition and all forms of conformity. And it is stated, that it forged, for better or worse, the world in which we live today.

The world changed. For the better? I don’t know.

I do hear we got a new revolution, though.

Listen to the music of OUR time. Far different from the ‘60’s. It’s Country and Western that has taken the lead. For those unfamiliar with Country and Western Music, it primarily focuses on working class Americans and blue-collar American life. We are blessed with great Country and Western musicians calling to us to pay attention and stop the elites from destroying our Western values in the name of progress. It’s a new war. Taking back the “Western” morals, values and ethics from the pompous politicians; pushing back against the self-proclaimed elites; brought to you by the WEF and Mr. Klaus Schwab, the Woke and Progressive population and the pedophiles.

These musicians are labeled racist, white supremacists and Nazis by Main Stream media. Why is that? They don’t like the call to take back our values?

Musicians who were relatively unknown have jumped into the front lines. Musicians who know in their heart that America has gone astray-walked away from the freedoms fought for in 1776. And again, in 1865 and 1918 and 1945.

You know there is a rising up when these musicians get the ear of America.

People like Oliver Anthony and his timely song: “Rich Men North of Richmond.” He saw what was happening and felt the emotion from his audience. Anthony, a brand-new name in the music industry, has been beating out pop icon Taylor Swift for popularity.

The hopelessness and frustration of our times resonate in the response to this song. The song itself is not anything special, but the people who have supported it are incredible and deserve to be heard.”

“Rich Men North of Richmond” has been viewed and enjoyed countless millions of times across a multitude of platforms. Anthony has expressed the voices and struggles of working-class families in the era of Bidenflation and upper-class opulence (note the veiled reference to Jeffrey Epstein’s island).

Livin’ in the new worldWith an old soulThese rich men north of RichmondLord, knows they allJust wanna have total control

I wish politiciansWould look out for minorsAnd not just minors on an island somewhere (Epstein’s Island?)

And Jason Aldean, and his great depiction of the insanity in the cities in “Try that in a Small Town.” I watched the response on Twitter. It was fantastic. All those left-wing propagandists going bat-$$$$ crazy! I loved it.

Unlike the Beatles et al, the media has not gone head over heels over these great songs. Because they don’t fit in with the zeitgeist of today: the one that promotes DIE, division, racism and gangs destroying businesses in the name of equity.

Aldean’s video was released on CMT (Country Music Television)and put into the channel’s rotation. Low and behold, CMT told CBS News that the video is “no longer in rotation.” Wouldn’t you know, CMT is owned and operated by MTV Networks, a subsidiary of CBS News’ parent company Paramount.

Aldean said out loud what millions have been thinking and politicians and MSM propagandists refuse to acknowledge and/or renounce.

Sucker punch somebody on a sidewalk
Carjack an old lady at a red light
Pull a gun on the owner of a liquor store
Ya think it’s cool, well, act a fool if ya like

Cuss out a cop, spit in his face
Stomp on the flag and light it up
Yeah, ya think you’re tough

Got a gun that my granddad gave meThey say one day they’re gonna round upWell, that shit might fly in the city, good luck

(Pay attention. A disarmed citizenry is open to tyranny. That is a lesson we seem to refuse to learn).

Well, try that in a small town
See how far ya make it down the road
Around here, we take care of our own
You cross that line, it won’t take long
For you to find out, I recommend you don’t
Try that in a small town

And then we have John Rich and his latest album…wait for it… The Country Truth! A man who stands for faith, freedom and family, including fathers; the foundation upon which America sits, but is no longer firm.

How do you not love this man? He speaks his mind and I believe he shares the views of the majority of people living in the West.


There’s a hole in this country where its heart used to beAnd old glory’s divided, on fire in the streetThey say building back better will make America greatIf that’s a wave of the future, all I’ve got to say

Stick your progress where the sun don’t shineKeep your big mess away from me and mineAnd if you leave us alone, well, we’d all be just fineStick your progress where the sun don’t shine


And one of my favourites: I’m Offended.I know I am sick and tired of the always offended. Wishful thinkers incapable of critical thinking.

It seems like these days
No matter what ya say
Someone’s losin’ their ever lovin’ mind
It’s like they’re lookin’ for a reason
To have their fragile feelings
Hurt every single time

The generation born after WWII, the Boomers, my generation, knew nothing about fear or loss. The 1960’s ushered in a new way of thinking, feeling and being. It was all about sex, love, rock and roll and drugs. And those views were shared in the music. And promoted by main stream media. But those days are over. It is the 21st century and we have lost our bearings, our courage, and we are losing our freedom.

A new generation of musicians has come to the forefront and taken to the stage: Country and Western,to lead us back to our ideals, protect the American Constitution against corrupt Woke propaganda, and take us back to our God-given ethic that all people are born with equal intrinsic value, all life is sacred and yes, dear souls, we have FREE WILL.

You say you want a revolution? Good, because we are on the eve of destruction

I leave you with John Rich:Earth to God

We need Your light, we need Your love
To heal the world You made
And save us now in our darkest hour
With Your amazing grace

Earth to God, come in, God
Earth to God, come in, God


From the Ethics of the Fathers: “Rabbi Tarfon used to say, it is not incumbent upon you to complete the task, but you are not exempt from undertaking it.”