In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. – John 1:1
The liberals demonize Christian Europe, and the intellectual Christians say there never was a Christian Europe. But despite the liberals’ demonization and the intellectual Christians’ denial, I maintain that the antique Europeans, those men and women who predated the 20th century, were the “good ground” that “did yield fruit that sprang up and increased; and brought forth, some thirty, and some sixty, and some an hundred.” The colored barbarians, the liberals, and the intellectual Christians constitute the three different kinds of ground upon which the “good seed” could not grow. First there are the people who, having heard the word, allowed Satan to “taketh away the word that was sown in their hearts.” Then there are the people who were the stony ground; they at first received the word “with gladness,” but they “have no root in themselves, and so endure but for a time: afterword, when affliction or persecution ariseth for the word’s sake, immediately they are offended.” And the third group are those who receive the word “sown among thorns; such as hear the word, And the cares of this world, and the deceitfulness of riches, and the lusts of other things entering in, choke the word, and it becometh unfruitful.”
What all three groups of people have in common is that they lack the “good ground” – they lack hearts of flesh receptive to the Word made flesh. Is it possible for a people whose ancestors were once the “good ground” to become once again the “good ground” upon which our Lord built His church? That is the question for the Hamlets of Europe.
Let me refer to a piece of folklore. A cosmopolitan was lost in the backwoods of Maine (it could be any backwoods you choose). He pulls up to an old farmhouse, knocks at the door, and asks the farmer who opens it, “How do I get to Bangor from here?” The farmer replies, “If I was going to Bangor I wouldn’t start from here.” If you intended to build a Christian culture, you wouldn’t start to build within the confines of Liberaldom, but like the lost cosmopolitan we are here, so we must start from here.
Liberaldom was built by Europeans who came to hate, like the followers of Caiaphas, the Word made flesh. The intellectual Christians refused to oppose the liberals because the Word of God had not taken root in their hearts; when the persecution came, in the form of “you are stupid” and/or “you are racist,” the intellectual Christians caved in to liberalism. There is no way we, as a people, can return to Christ unless we circumcise our hearts and ask Him to make us the “good ground.” Then, in the midst of Liberaldom, we will see the quicksand of Satan become the “good ground” of Christian Europe once again.
Satan has become the ruler of the European world (the non-European world always belonged to Satan) by destroying, through the theologians, the heart to heart connection between God and man. Both the Roman Catholic theologians and the Protestant theologians decided that God could not enter human hearts, because human hearts were sinful. God was only able to enter special human minds – their minds – and those special minds could tell the sin-laden people all about God. But God’s word is meant for human hearts. Words from the heart are the substance of all our sacred bonds in life. If we cannot speak the language of love from the heart, how can we love?
If a heathen language – let us say, Chinese, though I know not with how much or little right – did not have the words and expressions for the invisible yet living God as the Lord of all things visible, then the Spirit of Christ could not possibly reveal either itself or the Word of God’s mercy in that language. To reveal oneself and divine truth to someone can only happen through words that are known and can be appropriated, making that person aware of God and the divine, the invisible, and the eternal—which is what these things are in truth. – N.F.S. Grundtvig, Human Comes First
The Bible is not the living word of God if it comes to us from the minds of theologians, nor are the church documents the living word of God if they come to us as the gospel according to the Illuminati. The scientizing of man started with the scientizing of God. There is a direct line between the Christian scholastics and the modern day psychologists, anthropologists, and sociologists who want to scientize our language so that there is no poetic content left in our culture. Once the poetic heart of our language is eliminated, there will be no spiritual contact between man and man and there will be no spiritual contact between God and man. All will be “cheerless, dark and deadly.” That is not quite accurate; it is more accurate to say that all is “cheerless, dark and deadly.” Western man has entered the anesthetized stage of European history in which the European people must be anesthetized by the superficialities of materialism and/or the opiates of drugs and alcohol. The spiritual realm of life is not even a shadow on the wall, it has disappeared in the mists of our forgotten history. Never to return again? We shall see; what once existed can exist again.
The bards who came from the “good ground” of Christian Europe and did not reject their people, bards such as Shakespeare, Scott, and Dickens, tell us stories about the interaction between Christ and His people. But I am only speaking of those bards who wrote from a heart connected to their people. I am not speaking of poets such as Shelley and Byron who made a conscious decision to stand, like Satan and the theologians, apart from their people. There are many works from the heart of Christian Europe that speak to us still if we would open our hearts to the Word made flesh. Let us look at Dickens’ masterpiece Great Expectations as a for-instance, not with the mind of a post-Christian literary critic, but with the heart of an antique European. Pip’s journey from light to darkness and back to the light can be our journey. He has a home, a Christian home, because of Joe Gargery who helps offset the cruelty of Pip’s older sister who is “bringing him up by hand.” But once he has contact with the ‘higher’ intellectual culture of Miss Havisham and Estella, he can no longer be content with his home:
It is a most miserable thing to feel ashamed of home. There may be black ingratitude in the thing, and the punishment may be retributive and well deserved; but that it is a miserable thing, I can testify.
Home had never been a very pleasant place to me, because of my sister’s temper. But, Joe had sanctified it, and I had believed in it. I had believed in the best parlor as a most elegant saloon; I had believed in the front door, as a mysterious portal of the Temple of State whose solemn opening was attended with a sacrifice of roast fowls; I had believed in the kitchen as a chaste though not magnificent apartment; I had believed in the forge as the glowing road to manhood and independence. Within a single year all this was changed. Now it was all coarse and common, and I would not have had Miss Havisham and Estella see it on any account.
When we became ashamed of our racial home, in which we knew our Lord through his people who believed in the Word made flesh, we became the unpeople without souls to call our own. The way a man speaks about God reveals how he feels about God and his people. Do the theologians speak of Christ as St. Paul spoke about Christ? Do the theologians speak of Christ as Christ spoke of Himself? If our faith is in the theologians and the theologians’ church, our faith is not rooted in the “good ground,” which is the European people when they had hearts of flesh, it is rooted in the thorns and stony ground, which allows the devil to enter into a man’s heart.
The liberals are currently putting the finishing touches on the de-Christianization of the European people. The BBC News notes that Facebook “has agreed to give the names of French users who are suspected of using hate speech on its platform to the courts when requested.” And what, according to the great liberal tribunal, is hate speech? “Illegal hate speech is defined by the European Commission as public conduct that incites violence or hatred to groups of people defined by characteristics such as race, religion, and ethnic origin.” Let us translate that doublespeak: It is forbidden to say anything against the forces of evil who are intent on destroying every last vestige of the people who once believed in the Word made flesh. Every blasphemy against the God of the antique Europeans shall be permitted, and every atrocity, no matter how cruel and merciless, committed against white people shall be permitted, but there shall be no criticism or resistance, in word or deed, to the liberals’ purge of the white Christ-bearing race. Our theologians, the church men, gave up their defense of Christ and His people many years ago. Who will speak a word in His and their behalf now?
“In the beginning was the Word.” The devil knows that. That is why the liberals, who are under the influence of Satan, attack any manifestation of the Word made flesh. We must not abandon that word. We must love our people and our God with hearts of flesh, and we must express that love with words that come from the heart, not with the words of the theologians and the psychologists, which are devil words used to destroy our heart-to-heart connection to the living God. Let me return to Pip, of Great Expectations. He returns to the God of his ascending race and to the love of his racial and familial hearth fire through the love of a repentant sinner. At the deathbed of that repentant sinner, Pip unites his love for his benefactor, the repentant sinner, with our Lord’s love for all repentant sinners. And he uses the language of love:
With a last faint effort, which would have been powerless but for my yielding to it and assisting it, he raised my hand to his lips. Then, he gently let it sink upon his breast again, with his own hands lying on it. The placid look at the white ceiling came back, and passed away, and his head dropped quietly on his breast.
Mindful, then, of what we had read together, I thought of the two men who went up into the Temple to pray, and I knew there were no better words that I could say beside his bed, than “O Lord, be merciful to him a sinner!”
If we unite our love for our people to His love, the love that passeth the knowledge of the theologians, the philosophers, and the psychologists, we will not perish as a people nor will He leave us bereft of comfort in our battle against the pestilence of liberalism, which commands us to walk in darkness and die at the hands of Satan.
St. Paul enjoins us to, “Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.” And what is the whole armor of God? Is it the knowledge of the theologians? No, it is the Word made flesh. It is the knowledge of a heart connected to Him. We face an enemy in the liberals, much crueler than the cruel tyrants of the Old Testament, such as Darius and Nebuchadnezzar. We face a post-Christian enemy that hates Christ and His people with a fury that can only come from one source. Our ancient foe doth indeed seek to work us woe. The triumph of liberalism is his triumph. There is only one defense against the merciless, satanic assault of the liberals. We must unequivocally commit our hearts to the Word made flesh, while forsaking the scientized culture of death, championed by the liberals and the theological purveyors of Christless Christianity. We stand with Daniel in the lion’s den and with all the Europeans, our honored dead, who saw the living God with hearts of flesh. +