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
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, 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
“The cause of all wars and revolutions—in a word, of all violence—is always the same: negation of hierarchy.” ~ Valentin Tomberg
Modernity is the inversion of the cosmic order, the order of God. Modernity sees that the problem of humanity and the question of evil lies in Authority, and that those in positions of authority abuse power. So it repudiates absolutely all forms of authority which leads to God, the source of all Authority. Seeing freedom as unshackling the chain of being in favor of going their own way, to greener pastures off the narrow path, they take the path of the First Rebel, the one who would not serve.
What would the inversion be of the above quote?
“The cause of all wars and revolutions—in a word, of all violence—is always the same: acceptance of hierarchy.” ~ The Revolution … Read More
Nowadays the intellectual confusion has reached such an extent that [Classical] liberalism, which according to ancient regimes and the Church was synonymous with antitradition and revolution, is portrayed by some as a “right-wing” movement, bent on protecting human dignity, rights, and freedom against Marxism and totalitarianism. The following considerations are aimed at exposing this misconception.
The problem with the unholy alliance between conservatives, libertarians, much of the alt-right and white nationalism is that they have taken the mantle of Right-Wing to mean Liberal Democratic forms of government with all the conventions that it entails. Their unity is against the ever-more increasingly totalitarian and psychotic Cultural Marxists and the Leftist establishment (What they call The Cathedral *see picture below*)
When a celebrity voices his/her political or religious beliefs, it is either met with a simple eye-roll or a feeling of disappointment, as if a person of such high prestige has stooped so low as to express something that should have been left behind closed doors, that they have suddenly gone beyond the pale and have tarnished their exalted position by touched upon something that should have never been brought up.
Celebrities are the modern world’s equivalent to an aristocracy, an elite who people look up to them as the model of the higher values of society. Under Christendom, the aristocracy and clergy are to be imitated in order to mirror the teachings of Christ, as they are the refined exemplars.
In modern Liberal Democracies, the highest value is neutrality. Not having a stance on any particular issue but being … Read More
Anybody familiar with me knows that I am opposed to all forms of Liberalism (which means all modern political ideologies) but I especially have a contention with Classical Liberalism, who have taken the mantle of Right in politics and redefined it to mean limited government, freedom of speech, and free markets and private individual rights (which to a reactionary are all to his Left).
But putting myself into the perspective of a Libertarian idol worshiper of mammon and the mystical free hand of the free market, Ben Shapiro’s above quote on declaring merciless total war against racists is absolutely statist and oppressive.
“The fundamental principle underlying all justifications of war, from the point of view of human personality, is ‘heroism’. War, it is said, offers man the opportunity to awaken the hero who sleeps within him. War breaks the routine of comfortable life; by means of its severe ordeals, it offers a transfiguring knowledge of life, life according to death. The moment the individual succeeds in living as a hero, even if it is the final moment of his earthly life, weighs infinitely more on the scale of values than a protracted existence spent consuming monotonously among the trivialities of cities. From a spiritual point of view, these possibilities make up for the negative and destructive tendencies of war, which are one-sidedly and tendentiously highlighted by pacifist materialism. War makes one realise the relativity of human life and therefore also the law … Read More
“She has had anathemas only for impious men, for rebellious peoples and tyrannous kings. She has defended liberty against those who aspired to convert authority into tyranny, and authority against peoples who aspired to an absolute emancipation; and against all, the rights of God and the inviolability of His commandments. There is no truth the Church has not proclaimed, nor error she has not anathematised. There is no truth the Church has not proclaimed, nor error she has not anathematised.”
Those who fight for the absolute libertine lifestyle counterfeiting the word liberty under no moral basis except an extreme distrust for authority can proclaim the right of their blasphemous vulgarity. The only thing they use their talents for is to desacralize everything and to level it down … Read More
If I were to discuss this topic on a forum or public area without a doubt I would be immediately banned or tarred-and-feathered, and to be marked as a pariah who was gone beyond the pale. I am about to criticize and repudiate the Holy Grail of Liberalism: Freedom of Speech. What impudent timing! Right when the globalists wish to censor the internet and Youtube shutting down political dissent even against its most popular celebrities. Freedom of Speech in Pre-Liberal Democracies
It seems that Freedom of Speech was mainly used as a rebellious tool masquerading as some higher-cause for freethinking and rationalism against the authority of The Church and State (Monarchs) in order to promote Truth. Alexis De Tocqueville mentions how in Europe although there was no freedom of speech and sedition would … Read More