Apologies for not writing yesterday. I was coping with the work-related scheduling issues that I always have at this time of year. Sunday marked the beginning of that unending celebration of treefrogged secularism and Copernican moronics known as Daylight Savings Time.
Apparently, the Copernican model doesn’t work very well. It doesn’t tell time correctly. That’s not very surprising, since it’s wrong, but as usual it’s you and me who have to foot the bill for the idiocy, incompetence, and blasphemy of our “scientific” overlords. They force us all to tell time by an imaginary hour backward for six months of the year, lest their precious system of lies wreck our calendar and wake the citizenry up to the fact that the Heliocentric model is a morass of lies and deceptions.
The Earth does not move. The Sun does. No system of timekeeping or astronomy is complete which does not take these facts into consideration. Our currently-legally enforced system does not work because it is founded on a lie, the lie of Heliocentrism and the attendant denial of the same geostationary Truth laid down in the Bible and corroborated by the genuine, anti-NASA scientists of this very day and age.
I spoke with my employers about this issue, but they refused to accommodate my perfectly reasonable request that my religious faith be honored and I be permitted to observe the time one hour forward, as it truly is and was intended to be by God. So it looks like I’m going to work an hour early from now on, and staying an hour later. They may speak to me about that, but it is unlikely to result in my termination. It will, however, result in loss of sleep, which is why I didn’t have the time to write about this yesterday. My apologies for the somewhat-delayed post.
There are only two sides to take on this issue- the side of those who refuse to change their clocks, and count themselves among the Saved; and the side of those like my employers, who shall one day have to answer to God for their blasphemy and treason. Choose, but please choose wisely. I hope to see you all in Heaven one day.