Episode 423: Taking The Hill – Spirit and Basic Strategies

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Last week I left off talking about Taking the Hill. We can look at numerous historical examples of what it cost to do so, including the costs of defending the Hill akin to Breeds HillTaking the Hill

For instance, when considering the cost of taking the hill like the Ohio Constitutional Amendment, Issue 1, the major strategy was so lopsided that a needed majority went to the top to defend the enemy from the good guys liberating the hill with truth. I saw otherwise Christian conservatives on social media supporting Issue 1 thinking it was saving constitutionalism. Well, these folks have no concept of the history of the Ohio Constitution let alone the perverting of this constitution since the 1910/11 constitutional convention and associated amendments.

Pundits don’t lead in Taking The Hill

Pundits and many national speakers are great at rallying the troops on the plains and sometimes in the woods but thus far, NONE actually lead in Taking The Hill. I am mostly referring to the Hanson’s, Rogan’s, Peterson’s and the like.

This class of folks can put out a lot of good information but their abilities to engage where the boulders are rolling and bouncing to the bottom of the Hill, are not really worth any type of leadership. I would go as far to say they don’t even talk about strategies to win. Good basic info sources, not so good deep intel sources and as noted, very poor sources on the needed strategies for success.

Yes, there are really good strategists out there. The question will always be, including the Info I’m providing via a login, ‘will you listen and act?’ Therefore, if you know the hotrod strategist that can plan the assent of taking the hill, fantastic and I bless your endeavors to march with their leadership.


But this week, we are really going to look several various strategies for taking our local and state Hills. There are a number of slide presentations and other very informative papers that lay out the principles and methodologies. These are proven. Heck, I even include a couple demoncrat winning methodologies for Taking The Hill. You will have access to these documents if you are a subscriber to the newsletter.

Starting Strategy

The fact is that without an awakening and nation spirit activated by Living Spirit of the Almighty, you cannot even make it over the first pebbles and bushes at the bottom of The Hill. Taking the Hill begins where this country began, in Biblical Reformation living. If you never read further or never watch / listen to this program after this point, so be it. But, it is your duty in preparation as a good ‘Special Forces Unit,’ to be fully prepared.

For that, I refer you to these two videos/blog posts. These are hard hitting and if they don’t kindle the fires then what you will do will be setting yourself up as one of the casualties in this coming battle.

Watch 1st: The Bottom of the Empathy Hole – There is a transcript available by expanding the more tab or here.

Watch 2nd: Thanksgiving Leftovers – Transcript available here.

In This Weeks Articles below, I have some examples of evangelicals off the rails.

To The Point

My forty years of fighting to Take the Hill brings me to this ultimate conclusion: The Christian Church in these United States needs Foundational Reformation with God’s Revival to follow. Else, there is no real cohesiveness to glue all the egos and envy minded groups together for the common mindset of Taking The Hill.

Sam Adams Wisdom

Chapter VIII of The Orators of the American Revolution, pages 199 – 200

original chart of American Liberty was drawn and signed in the cabin of the Mayflower. It was a civil compact, based on republican principles and sanctioned by religious faith. Such men as Carver, Bradford, Brewster, and Winslow, blessed our nation in its cradle, and patriotic teachers of religion have ever fostered its growth. At an early day, the acute and subtle Cotton, the erudite and energetic Hooker, and their associates, replenished the beacon-fires of learning, patriotism and piety along our “rock-bound coast.” Not a little did these men of God contribute to the produce that state of things which prospectively seemed propitious, and in view of which they greatly rejoiced. In 1644, Cotton wrote to his friends in Holland, “The order of the churches and the commonwealth is now so settled in New England by common consent, that it brings to mind the new heaven and new earth, wherein dwells righteousness.” Hooker was an apostolic hero, whose eye, voice, soul, gesture, and whole form were animated with the vital energy of primitive zeal. He was full of public spirit and active charity, serenely trusting in Providence with “a glorious peace of soul;” and, “though persecutions and banishments had awaited him as one wave follows another,” he adhered to the cause of advancing civilization without wavering, and looked for its ultimate triumph without a doubt. His contemporaries placed him “in the first rank of men,” and praised him as “the one rich pearl, with which Europe more than repaid America for the treasures from her coast.”

But such is the selfish tendency of our corrupt nature, that even the best men are inclined to consolidate power in themselves for the fortification of their favorite creeds. Some of the leading Puritans early strove to check the democratic tendency of colonial institutions. On the election day, in May, 1634, Cotton preached to the assembled citizens against rotation in office. But the instinctive sense of political rights in the masses prevailed; the electors, now increased to three hundred and eighty, were bent on exercising their absolute power; they reversed the decision of the pulpit, elected a new governor and deputy, of congenial sentiments, and thus, to use their own language, “the people established a reformation of such things as they judged to be amiss in the government.” The dictation of popular tights by aristocratic cliques was annihilated by popular discussion. “The freemen of every town in the Bay were busy in inquiring into their liberties and privileges.” The principle of representative democracy was recognized and established as perfectly two centuries ago, as it is today.

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