As a result of worshiping the old Jewish faith according to the tefillin, the three-pronged Hebrew letter ‘sin’, having ceased to hold relevance — for the number in gematria for ‘man’ is ‘6’, and the Jews, since the 1st century, have been worshiping three men (Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob) as opposed to the Lord Jesus according to the decree of the self-proclaimed ‘messiah’ Nero Caesar (‘666’) — resulted in the ‘abomination that causes desolation’ described in the Book of Daniel, Matthew 24:15, and Mark 13:14. And because Jesus is God (John 17:3), is represented by the number ‘7’ and ‘777’, we, as disciples of Christ, are “to go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.” (Matthew 28:19)
How might America learn from Quebec how to both reconcile the cultural and political narrative, while still maintaining our constitutional prerogative? For one, Mrs. Thatcher also warned in her book Statecraft: Strategies for a Changing World (2002) to “Never believe that technology alone will allow America to prevail as a superpower” — and this point rings particularly true with respect to our rivalry with China. Another suggestion, more along Sen. Rubio’s lines, could be to paraphrase Rev. Robert Sirico’s quotation of Mother Teresa of Calcutta: “We should not judge the rich. We do not advocate class struggle. We advocate class encounter: where the rich save the poor, and the poor save the rich.” It’s also important to recall that, as Chairman Mao promulgated in 1942 at the height of the Sino-Japanese War, “There is in fact no such thing as art for art’s sake, art that stands above classes, art that is detached from or independent of politics… they are, as Lenin said, cogs and wheels in the whole revolutionary machine.” Given the curious declaration by Kasich that the U.S. should tout liberal political values but insists on describing them as ‘Judeo-Christian’ or as expressions of ‘our Jewish and Christian tradition,’ he appeared prepared to do a little social engineering himself. At the time, I believed this to be in defiance of the great conservative principle of methodical, organic societal evolution. After all, my thoughts were that the biggest losers would be both religious liberty and freedom of the press. Now, I’m convinced that our inaction for nearly 30 years is the primary reason why we are seeing our culture slip away before the altar of political correctness like so many countries throughout the West.
And what can be said of the fall of Spain in 1588? England’s victory over the Spanish Armada signaled two major changes: At the expense of Spain’s empire (which as a result of the Armada’s destruction, fell into a long decline) was born the British Empire, the largest the world has ever known, and immediately gave heart to Protestants across Europe. The storm that smashed the armada was seen by Philip’s enemies as a sign of the will of God. Many Spaniards blamed the admiral of the armada for its failure, but Philip, was not among them. But far more important was that, within 20 years, England’s first permanent settlement at Jamestown established the first settlement of what in 170 years would become the new United States of America. To further add salt into the gaping Spanish wound in 1591, the realm of Aragon rose against Philip’s rule. Philip’s military campaigns created severe financial problems and by 1596 Spain was bankrupt. All this misfortune for Spain prompted Philip to remark that “It is impiety, and almost blasphemy to presume to know the will of God. It comes from the sin of pride. Even kings, Brother Nicholas, must submit to being used by God’s will without knowing what it is. They must never seek to use it.”
According to Karl Marx, “Society is undergoing a silent revolution, which must be submitted to, and which takes no more notice of the human existences it breaks down than an earthquake regards the houses it subverts,” and therefore, “The classes and the races, too weak to master the new conditions of life, must give way…The chief mission of all the other races and peoples — large and small — is to perish in the revolutionary holocaust.”
Now, it seems to be tasting the rainbow, and force-feeding the rest of us in the process.
“15 He will be eating curds and honey when he knows enough to reject the wrong and choose the right, 16 for before the boy knows enough to reject the wrong and choose the right, the land of the two kings you dread will be laid waste.” (Isaiah 7:15-16)
Once upon a time (or, about five or so years ago), two sides could debate civilly, providing information that they themselves found to be credible as to their position, even if the other party did not find what was claimed to be entirely credible. But today in the age of ‘safe spaces’, ‘triggered microaggressions’ and…
The scales of justice as they originate from the minds of men are all subjective in truth through their nuanced biases. The word of God is the lone impartial source for all that is, for life being imperfect, it therefore is wise to understand that custom reconciles us to all things, and God is the Creator. If that custom is based on the foundation described by Christ while standing on the rock during the Sermon on the Mount, it is the lone natural safety net one ever needs: through Christ alone can man do all things. But the true scales of justice lie in weight with the Lord who, through Jesus Christ, will vengeance be had against the lawless. Every secular humanist is an imperialist sharing a vile eurocentric vision for an international postmodern order, and yet cannot deviate entirely from his Judeo-Christian cultural imprinting. Thus a prosperous nation must also be a righteous nation, one balancing moral righteousness with the acquisition of legitimate wealth and prosperity. I thus offer Twenty-Five Points, primarily a synthesis of biblical and classically liberal themes in context, as constructive suggestions for securing America’s conservation of its cultural, racial, and ethnic identity on the basis of quality, not avarice.
The definition of insanity is to repeat past mistakes as if it were somehow true that ‘two wrongs can and will make a right’: just apply a little more patience and a lot of elbow grease and in the end, it and you are still hot messes. Thus at the age of 37 (an age…
Yes, you did. Or at least the overwhelming majority failing to decipher the wallpaper of this article have, and have missed its point entirely at almost every turn. The world may recall the amazingly well-preserved copy of a page from the Book of Matthew fused into a chunk of steel at Ground Zero following the…
A theocracy, as with any totalitarian regime, must legitimize its infallibility on behalf of a god as with the Soviet Union, where the political machine required for a ‘civil religion’ to spiritually nourish the synergy of society with the economy through cultural engineering, wield, and subservient, to the power and growth of the State. Furthermore, other parallels include that such a ‘civil religion’ augments state power under a cult of personality that cannot outwardly project its supremacy over all average mortals without it being projected somehow outwardly after years of relentless indoctrination of internalized hate, anger, greed and jealousy just malleable enough to protect the state from infallibility as does the papacy, who in the exercise of his office as shepherd and teacher of all Christians, in virtue of his supreme apostolic authority, he defines a doctrine concerning faith or morals to be held by the whole Church.”
Fast-forward to the 21st Century, nearly 30 years after the fall of the Soviet Union and international communism, and America finds herself facing an existential threat from both within and throughout. She is more godless today than any time in her history: her people, corrupt, mouthing ’empty, boastful words’, whose elected leaders, “by appealing to the lustful desires of the flesh,” seeking their 30 pieces of silver as “they entice people who are just escaping from those who live in error” granted through the false doctrine of worldly freedom, “while they themselves are slaves of depravity—for ‘people are slaves to whatever has mastered them.’” Over time, America tolerated too much, expected too little, and in the name of ‘civil rights’ and declarations of the rights of man and the citizen, turned away from its Judeo-Christian by becoming first lukewarm and lastly, divided between God’s sheep and wolves seeking to devour them. As science gradually erodes the role of the church in American culture, what can be said of godless scientists has never rang truer: “A dog returns to its vomit,” while “A sow that is washed returns to her wallowing in the mud.” (2 Peter 2:22)
The French Revolution, unlike its American predecessor, was an unmitigated failure that resulted in the indefinite posterity of blood, sweat and tears. It concluded ignominiously with the rise of the most autocratic ruler Europe had seen since the Roman Empire. As Lord Acton noted, no nation had ever “been less provoked by oppression than America.” Because the British Empire had granted the colonies near-total autonomy (even proposing an alliance through the Albany Plan of Union to counter the rising French threat from Canada prior to the Proclamation of 1763), America, on the defensive after peace talks with the Crown regarding taxation without representation crumbled before the initiation of hostilities by the Redcoats at Lexington and Concord, had earned “the right of the nation to judge for itself.”
Because “Freedom succumbs to dizziness,” wrote S∅ren Kierkegaard, than beyond the matter of some spiritual limit, “psychology cannot and will not go.” It is folly to suggest that Kierkegaard was too simplistic to accredit ignorance in the positive, as without ‘ignorance’, one would have no basis for acquiring knowledge for things he has no understanding of through experience. Henceforth, the lessons of history’s first recorded attempt at a(n) utopian nationalist movement beginning with France in 1789, due to the drunken excesses of the violent mobs acting in the spirit of Jezebel, may have meant that the young republic possessed the admirable qualities of passion, motivation, desire, the determination and general will to revolt against a distant and corrupt monarchy, but it was wholly unqualified to govern for one very important reason: the mobs of men have no qualification to govern as might a dynastic king raised to rule nations through a lifetime of grooming since the early Middle Ages. Louis XVI, as with his great-grandfather Louis XIV and grandfather Louis XV before him, were born to rule; it was, after all, as much a part of their pedigree, a millstone if you will, to rule by divine right as it was for the bourgeois partisans Robespierre, Danton, Murat and most certainly Napoleon to remain subjugated within the Third Estate.