Steve A. Stone
Letter to Donald Trump - 9 June 2021
By Steve A. Stone
June 9, 2021

President Donald J. Trump
c/o Trump National Golf Club
900 Lamington Rd.
Bedminster, NJ 07921

9 June 2021

Dear President Trump,

It's been a while since I last wrote to you. I've wanted to for weeks, but finally had to admit events in my life had come to the point they were about to overwhelm me. I had to take a mind-break for a bit. There were too many transitions happening in my life at the same time and I had to stop and deal with them. I'm still doing that, but I'm finally seeing some daylight, so I need to return to what I love to do most – write.

I've enclosed a copy of my latest book, published just a couple of weeks ago. You may be a bit interested in it. You're sort of its main attraction. I like to publish in February, but this book took a long time to prepare. Every time I read through it I'd get so angry I'd walk away from it. I normally do six read-throughs over the span of two months before I send a book to the printer. This time it took five months. Reading my book is the opposite of a pleasurable experience. But, there were things that needed to be discussed, so I committed to them. I hope you have time for it, or have a staff person who can read it and tell you what's there you might want or need to know. The book isn't released on Amazon or through any other commercial means. It can only be had directly from me. The reasons for that may be evident, but perhaps not. I'll just admit I'm hesitant to mass market this one. It could garner attention of the kind I don't want or need.

On Monday night I was in a meeting with a state representative from the next county over. He made a flat statement about my governor – Kay Ivey. He stated without equivocation that if she runs she'll be re-elected by a wide margin. He said no one can stand up to her. "Her polls are phenomenal!" I was laughing in my soup over that one. It says to me people may still have a belief in polls, and that pollsters are still successful at selling their hogwash. People who pay attention understand Republicans, conservatives, and even right-thinking libertarians like me never talk to political pollsters. We learned that in 2016, when we purposely stopped answering our phones. We haven't picked them up since. Yet, there I was in the presence of an obviously smart and well-connected state politician who was selling a line on the governor's race based on polls. I let him go on, without challenge. I know all the people who were there. They're on my mailing list. I'll send them my thoughts on what he said. But, if he's any example, it only goes to illustrate how very difficult it is to trust any elected politician. Unless we've done our homework we can't tell if the pol is being genuine (they all know how to sound genuine) and honest, or if he's actually trying to bias us because he either prefers one outcome or he fears another. In this particular case, I know the answer. I do hate it when I see a Republican practicing Big Lie tactics. We're supposed to be better than that.

I didn't get a chance yet to see your speech at the North Carolina convention. It's on my "To Do" list for tonight. My TV has been off since sometime in early January and, when I tried to turn it on to watch you, it wouldn't up-link to the satellite. I think it's a weather-related casualty, but I also know it'll be a half-day personal investment in time to get it fixed, and I have too much to do already. But, I promise to have it up for your next one.

By now, anyone who has half a brain and isn't an indoctrinated ideologue understands what's happening in our land. We've been watching the current bunch who took over in Washington systematically rip things to shreds. Everything they do and say is calculated to fool the ignorant, while proceeding on to accomplish their agenda. I have no idea if they'll actually succeed. I do know there's growing and increasingly vocal opposition out in the countryside. But, America is a land dominated by its great cities. If those cities stay under their current regimes they'll make any American recovery effort exceedingly difficult. We need to have a solid near-term plan to take back what was ours.

90+ percent of the people of this country still have never heard of Agenda 21, much less its successor, Agenda 2030. They don't have a clue what The Green New Deal truly is, or why the year 2030 seems to be mentioned constantly. I'd say "2030" is the most ubiquitous reference of the administration. Everything they do and propose is aimed for completion by that year. You know why. I know why. The question on my mind is – How does any significant part of that 90+ percent get awakened to the truth of the Agenda; that it is real, and is being pursued in its final stages? I've written about it for years, in all but one book I’ve written. I haven't made a dent. Many have written about it over the years – some have done so continuously, yet they seem not to have made a dent, either. Will the principals who back The World Economic Forum have their way? Will their schedule be met? Will 2030 see the world's dominant governmental paradigm change from today’s nation-state model to corporate-state, as is planned? Will we allow the "de-growth" and "de-pop" people to have their way without a fight?

In March I traveled to NE Georgia. I had several items of business there. One was to visit and place my hands on The Georgia Guide Stones. I'd heard of and seen pictures of them for decades, and finally understood the need to visit them in person. They're impressive enough in themselves, but the story of their creation is almost as impressive. What I don't understand is why people are just now beginning to wake up and understand what those stones have always represented. Those are not predictions on them. They've always been the desired outcomes of the very same people who constructed Agenda 21; the very same ones who now dictate to the people who are in charge of our government. People who interpreted those stones correctly have always been a bit bemused by them. For many years they thought of them as flights of fancy. They don't now. Instead, those same people are going back to re-read them. Now, they're trying to cope with the truth that if we, collectively, allow things to proceed, most of us won't be around in 2030. The first and second lines on those stones clearly tell us that much.

I understand you're busy and are still fighting every day for all Americans – even those who don't seem to be smart enough to fight for themselves. America need a champion. We believed you were that champion. How can I help you be that champion again? I have a lot to do here, but if you have a role I can play, just send me the script and I'll put my heart and soul into it.

In Liberty,

Steve Stone

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Steve A. Stone

Steve A. Stone is and always will be a Texan, though he's lived outside that great state for all but 3 years since 1970, remembering it as it was, not as it is. He currently resides in Lower Alabama with a large herd of furry dependents, who all appear to be registered Democrats. Steve retired from the U.S. Coast Guard reserves in 2011, after serving over 22 years in uniform over the span of four decades. His service included duty on two U.S. Navy attack submarines, and one Navy and two U.S. Coast Guard Reserve Units. He is now retired after working as a senior civil servant for the U.S. Navy for over 31 years. Steve is a member of the Mobile County Republican Executive Committee and Common Sense Campaign, South Alabama's largest Tea Party. He is also a member of SUBVETS, Inc., and a life member of both the NRA and the Submarine League. In 2018, Steve created 671 Press LLC as his own marquee to publish his books under—he does it his way.


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