The Kenosha Kid Symbolism

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The Kenosha Kid Symbolism

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The Kenosha Kid Symbolism

(Kyle Rittenhouse)




The Good Samaritan
came to help people in troubled times.


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Christianity

He comes from Antioch (Antioch in the Holy Land was the cradle of early Christianity - first Gentile church was founded in Antioch, Acts 11:20-21, where it is recorded that the disciples of Jesus Christ were first called Christians (Acts 11:26). It was from Antioch that St. Paul started on his missionary journeys. )



Serves Up Justice Against Evil

Shoots first attacker, Rosenbaum the pedophile, in the groin.
Shoots second attacker, Huber- the strangler, in the lungs.
Shoots last attacker, Grosskreutz - the burglar, in the arm.


Symbolism:
Rosenbaum (German / Yiddish– “rose bush”) … a rose bush grew at the site of Christ’s grave. The rose is a symbol of balance: promise, new beginnings and hope, while the thorns represent defense, physicality, loss and thoughtlessness.

Huber (German / Yiddish) – a peasant farmer who owes a fief (military duty to a superior) – employed by Antifa.

Grosskreutz - (German / Yiddish) big cross – The Crucifix. The last attacker ... He beat Grosskreutz (the large cross), as Jesus beat the crucifix; ..... rose up and walked away.



The Imagery of a David vs Goliath Scene -


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The Impossible

He cleared a malfunction in his gun and shot Grosskreutz in less than 2 seconds, a second before being executed by Grosskreutz – while on the ground and turning around –making an impossible shot to the arm holding the gun.





The Grim Reaper


There is an Antifa looking like Mr Death dressed in a black hoodie and track pants wielding an oversized bat/club that approaches Kyle from the sidewalk as a fifth attacker when Kyle is on the ground. Antifa backs up to the sidewalk and condenses his challenge allowing Kyle free, unhindered passage.






The Walk-Away



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Kenosha Kid turns his back to the mob and walks away. No one from the mob dares to to make a move against him.



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just an untested kid making commando type moves in the face of death, pulling off the near impossible and calmly walking away with his back turned to danger

Possible?





Choose One:

a) one-in-a-million chance

b) a series of coincidences

c) a scripted false flag

d) Divine Intervention



BTW

There is a Catholic saint named Saint Kennocha.
The saint happened to be nicknamed Kyle !











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Re: The Kenosha Kid Symbolism

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As there is no such thing as luck or chance, I lean towards Divine Assistance. Guardian angel, with the additional intercession of St Michael the Archangel.

Perhaps St Gabriel Passente (sp?) intervened too.
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Re: The Kenosha Kid Symbolism

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Divine Assistance, ?

I'm leaning to: " The Good Lord helps those who help themselves ...."
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Re: The Kenosha Kid Symbolism

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Four Horses wrote: Wed Sep 02, 2020 6:00 pm Divine Assistance, ?

I'm leaning to: " The Good Lord helps those who help themselves ...."
There is a major difference between intervention and assistance. I doubt that Our Lord was the direct agent of the action of pulling the trigger. To assist,to help requires an active effort of the believer to go beyond the natural capacity of the said human. Work out your salvation in trembling. So indeed, we do our part and He will grant us the successful completion of that activity on. We have to freely cooperate with the grace given.
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Quia non est alius
Qui pugnet pro nobis
Nisi tu Deus noster.

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