Is there Satanic ritual abuse in the government?

From Moses at the Burning Bush, to entering a mosque today, removing shoes signifies putting away worldly things in the presence of God. Going shoeless in many climates and terrains makes one more vulnerable if danger suddenly appears. Removing shoes, then, is a sign of humility and faith.

When entering homes in many cultures around the world, removing shoes is a sign of courtesy: the sandals may be dusty; the snow boots may be wet. Courtesy is a form of respect, which itself is a form of humility, especially if one prefers to wear shoes but takes…