Michael Stuart Heath

You Know Him. You Trust Him.

God Writes Straight with Crooked Lines

Another saying I picked up along the way is, “God is always going someplace good.”  The idea is that history is not circular.  God is always going someplace good no matter how high evil’s body count goes.

And humanity has never before been asked to apply justice to a more immense incidence of demicide (murder by government).  The covid cult has outdone all the ideologically driven despots of the past two hundred years.  What we are witnessing now with Boris Johnson jumping ship are the rats leaving the Titanic.  God is keeping all their injections and machinations from working the way they planned.  In other words God and humanity are knocking them off their 2030 timetable.

What does this mean for Maine?

The current crop of institutional leadership must go.  Honest men and women must assume all the positions of responsibility in Maine.  I don’t trust anyone who is in power right now.  Nobody.

Local institutions must be empowered at the expense of state and national power — corporate and governmental.

For this transition to work America must first decide that she is a Christian nation.  She claims to be.  In (the CHRISTIAN) God We Trust.  America as a nation is not officially atheist.  We are not an Islamic nation.  We are a Christian nation.  Maine is a Christian state.  If we aren’t willing to make that decision we are toast.  And we deserve to be.  There is no more cowardly breach of humanity and reason than to refuse to take the issue of God seriously.  Psychology has dumbed us down to the point where we use the issue of religion as a political marker to suggest mental illness.  That’s the way the extinct Soviet Union treated God.  Having learned from her murderous mistakes Russia’s government now engineers and funds elegant Christian cathedrals while America’s politicians sit back and watch as the statues of Christian heroes are removed from our public spaces.

This is why I want the Ten Commandments to replace the bust of former Governor Percival Baxter in Maine’s Hall of Flags.  The Supreme Law of Maine is our Constitution.  The Supreme Law of the Universe is the Ten Commandments.  If we are going to continue as a civilization we must resurrect the idea of hierarchies.  Most of our current rules and statutes at the state level must be repealed.  Most of the institutions at the state government level must be closed.

The power in Maine must gravitate down to the great counties and municipalities of our two century old republic.

None of this is going to happen overnight.  It is going to be a process.

It is inevitable.  God is going someplace good.

He writes straight with crooked lines.


Michael Heath

For generations, my family has served the people of Maine in social, economic, and administrative capacities. I am uniquely qualified to serve as the governor of our great state. Click here to learn more about our campaign.