POPE GREGORY XVI on Freedom of Speech

Pope Gregory XVI
Pope Gregory XVI




“14. This shameful font of indifferentism gives rise to that absurd and erroneous proposition which claims that liberty of conscience must be maintained for everyone. It spreads ruin in sacred and civil affairs, though some repeat over and over again with the greatest impudence that some advantage accrues to religion from it. “But the death of the soul is worse than freedom of error,” as Augustine was wont to say.[21] When all restraints are removed by which men are kept on the narrow path of truth, their nature, which is already inclined to evil, propels them to ruin. Then truly “the bottomless pit”[22] is open from which John saw smoke ascending which obscured the sun, and out of which locusts flew forth to devastate the Read More

The Sins of the Fathers

The Saints in Heaven
The Saints in Heaven

Sainthood seems to be a universal title given to a notable heroic figure in human societies. A hero that lives on in the memories of all those who want an example to follow, a person who will never be forgotten after death.

I noticed the reverence that Catholics have towards their Saints and their lives in service to God. Of course, many Saints were once what seemed to be incorrigible sinners, and yet all the faithful understand that it is the human struggle against sin and error and overcoming them and that in the end there is a culmination in the end of their corporal lives which results in being united with Truth and seeing the full beatific vision of God.

A corporal life on the temporal plane is only but a minute, a mere droplet … Read More

The claim that Islam is a political ideology and not a religion

Nationalism's Propaganda, a religion to channel manpower into the state
Nationalism’s Propaganda, a religion to channel manpower into the state instead of the church 

A statement that many conservatives say is that Islam is not a religion, but a political ideology. 

Why do conservatives make such a claim?

The worldview in the west that people take for granted today is the culmination of a perennial struggle between the spiritual (church) and temporal authority, (state) with the modern world today demonstrating the dominance of the temporal over the spiritual and now religion has been relegated to the private realm and completely divorced from any political activity.

Think of today’s worldviews not about some coherent mythology of human progress, but as an accumulation of the residues of ideologies that were born from history’s power struggles. 

So we have the dominance of the state, with ideas such as separation between church and state … Read More

My Essay on The French Revolution

A while back in college in my history course we had an final essay where we had to fictionally portray ourselves as a person who lived during the times of The French Revolution and to pick which side of history you were on.

Naturally, and perhaps out of a hidden predisposition I picked the side of the non-revolutionaries. Even before I claimed to be a reactionary I always had the embers of one inside of me before it was kindled, and this essay wasn’t even my final form!

Metternich, friend of the fictional Friedrich Von Maxim
Metternich, friend of the fictional Friedrich Von Maxim


Daring Danny

Prince Friedrich Von Maxim

February 25th, 1794


On the Unscrupulously Trite Outbursts of the Tiers Etat

Such blasphemy of the highest order! I was moved with the great passion to strike upon my servant off the sole basis of looking Read More

Liberal Democracy’s Peaceful Transition of Power and Abortion

One of the justifications and alibis that people have for the supremacy and maintenance of Liberal Democracies/Republics is the concept of the peaceful transition of power. They claim that in previous systems, a change in government or ruling class required a violent coup or war in order for a change, and that revolutions should be gentler, less bloody, and that a voting system should be put in place to allow for a pacifistic revolution.

Yet the existence of Abortion completely repudiates the entire idea of a peaceful transition of power and turns Liberal Democratic States into a global genocide mill. Even worse is that the negotiating, discussion-oriented and obligatory neutrality which is the quasi-virtue of Liberal Democratic society on all topics paralyzes decisive absolute declarations into an endless discussion where the wheels are constantly spinning to maintain some sort of … Read More

Alt Right vs Cultural Libertarianism

What is the alt-right? 

Milo promoting LGBT 2nd amendment rights and pederasty, AKA Pedophilia
Milo promoting LGBT 2nd amendment rights and pederasty, AKA Pedophilia

Well to clear up the confusion it is not the Cultural Libertarianism that includes the likes of people and organizations like Paul Joseph Watson of Infowars, Milo Yiannopolous of Breitbart News, Mike Cernovich, Gavin Mcinnes of Rebel Media, and even the mainstream Bill Maher.  These people (excluding Maher) co-opted the title Alt-Right for publicity and fame and their only platform is merely to oppose the authoritarian Progressive SJW’s in the media and universities by adopting a “nothing sacred” platform of irreverent free speech. They are the spirit of Charlie Hebdo.  They are basically Anti-SJW’s that do not have an identity outside the people they criticize. Many people pejoratively refer to this group as the Alt-Lite.  They only oppose the Progressive Left off the basis … Read More

Spanking versus Grounding your child

The good old days of ass whipping
The good old days of ass whipping

Even when I was a young child I always found it facetious and quaint that the white kids I knew were not physically disciplined by their parents as punishment, but were instead “grounded,” which is to send them locked up in their room for an X amount of time until they “learned their lesson” and that their privileges of candy and television were suspended for the time being.

Asian parents disciplined their students with a rough spanking bare handed or with the infamous feather duster, and the punishment was simple and quick, the pain is immediate and speaks in a universal language that all unruly children understand rather than some abstract concept of being stuck in your room for hours to somehow ruminate upon your wrongdoings.

I think it’s fair to say that … Read More

The obvious: America was never a Christian Nation

This writeup is going to be quick, because the answer to this issue is so obvious to anybody who simply looks at the fundamental documents of this nation without any bias or clouded judgment on what should-be instead of what just-is.

This writeup will almost be devoid of any sources, because to me it is nothing more than icing on the cake or adding more layers to something that should be already self-evident.

If The United States of America is a so-called “Christian Nation” then why:

Does nowhere in any of the founding documents, (Declaration of Independence, The Constitution, The Federalists, ect) does it mention even once Jesus?

Why does the Declaration of Independence refer to God as “Nature’s God,” or “Creator”? Does any Christian refer to God in such a way?

Why is the government designed to be purely … Read More

Moralism and Outrage against Nazi regime

Throughout K-12 I never liked learning in class lectures about the oppressive Nazi regime. In high school our english teacher had us reading Night (a book everyone in America’s education system would have read on the recollections of a holocaust survivor), and we would have our own personal journal to summarize our thoughts on the auto-biographical novel. Of course to me such events are tragic and horrifying but there is only so much you can put onto paper with nothing but superfluous adjectives as fillers just to express your moral indignation before it becomes overdone and tedious.  Tell us about the most tragic event in human history the first time and we will be horrified. Keep telling it a dozen times after and it feels like an overdone lesson that warrants merely an eye-roll and people will just tune out.… Read More

Religious Liberty is a sham

Religious Liberty is a sham, and perhaps the greatest con trick ever hoisted upon Catholics and pretty much all orthodox religions in general. Many Christians think that religious liberty is the greatest thing to the faith since sliced bread and that it somehow protects their rights to practice it.

Nothing can be further from the truth:

“Modern religious liberty, as practiced in the United States at least, owes its legal origin to the Deist Enlightenment writer John Locke (1632-1704). In his Essay on Toleration, Locke advocated a broad religious liberty for all sects and opinions. But, as in the case of Julian, there was a sinister motive behind this liberty – while religious liberty might be good for smaller religious sects to flourish, it also has the effect that no one sect that grow large enough to disturb the Read More