While I was with them in the world, I kept them in thy name: those that thou gavest me I have kept, and none of them is lost, but the son of perdition; that the scripture might be fulfilled. And now come I to thee; and these things I speak in the world, that they might have my joy fulfilled in themselves. I have given them thy word; and the world hath hated them, because they are not of the world, even as I am not of the world. I pray not that thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that thou shouldest keep them from the evil. They are not of the world, even as I am not of the world. Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth. As thou hast sent me into the world, even so have I also sent them into the world. And for their sakes I sanctify myself, that they also might be sanctified through the truth. Neither pray I for these alone, but for them also which shall believe on me through their word. – John 17: 12-20
The Pharisees, seeking to “entangle Him in His talk,” asked Christ, “Is it lawful to give tribute unto Caesar, or not?” Christ’s reply shut the Pharisees’ mouths. “Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.” Christ never refuses to give an answer to anyone who is seeking the truth. But He knows the Pharisees. They have already made their decision about Christ; He must die so that they can continue to reign over the Jewish people in the name of a Messiah who will come in the future. If they acknowledge Christ as the Messiah, what would become of them?
Our modern Pharisees, the liberals, have made the same determination as the ancient Pharisees. The vision of Christ crucified, Christ risen, must die so that they, the liberals, can reign in perpetuity as the heralds of a new kingdom of God on earth, which is always in the future when all white Europeans have been purged from the face of the earth. And that is what liberalism is all about. Christ must die so they can reign.
The sum total of the liberals’ politics is the denial and the hatred of the living God. They must always be at war with the European people, because it was the European people who championed the living God. You can try to hold on to your “Churchianity” and avoid the persecution of the liberals by denouncing the racist and sexist antique Europeans, which is exactly what our modern “Christians” have done, but that will not stop the liberals from throwing the Judases of Churchianity into the fire with the faithful Europeans. All Europeans must die so that pharisaical liberalism can live.
The modern pharisaical liberals have done the old Hebraic liberals one better. Whereas the Hebraic Pharisees claimed to be the rulers of all that belonged to God’s realm, they still needed Caesar’s approval to proceed against Christ, who was a threat to their ungodly realm of ungodliness. The modern liberal Pharisees do not need Caesar’s approval to move against the ungodly Europeans, because they have control of Caesar’s realm and God’s realm. Church and State serve the liberals in a satanic unity of thought and purpose that has made the 21st century the first non-Christian century in the European people’s long history.
Even though the faith in Christ as true God and true man died out in the 20th century, there was still an ethical remnant of that faith remaining. That is why I cite the 21st century, when the ethical Christian remnant has disappeared as well as the faith from which that remnant came, as the first completely non-Christian century in the European people’s history. Horrific sins such as sodomy and abortion have been institutionalized in modern pharisaical liberalism along with the blasphemy of negro worship. And it is the liberals’ plan to ensure that sin and blasphemy remain at the heart of modern Europe. They have created a vast international network to keep the European people permanently in bondage to Satan and the powers of darkness. That vast international network has a non-local habitation, the European nations, and it has a name: it is called Academia.
The European people have been educated out of existence. They have been taught that racism and sexism are the unpardonable sins, which cry out to the liberal Pharisees for vengeance. Racists and sexists must be purged. So it is written, so it shall be. But the white European, whom the liberals call a racist, is in reality a man who rejects the blood and sex cults of the heathens. It would be more accurate to call such a man the last man with pietas. And the sexist? It would be more accurate to call the white sexist a patriarchal Christian – a man who believes that men and women have complementary and distinct roles in life that have been ordained by God.
Certainly the most striking aspect of John, chapter 11, is the apostle’s account of the raising of Lazarus. All our lives hinge on the truth of St. John’s account: “Lazarus come forth.” But what happens after Christ raises Lazarus from the dead is also quite striking. St. John tells us that “many of the Jews which came to Mary, and had seen the things which Jesus did, believed on him. But some of them went their way, to the Pharisees, and told them what things Jesus had done.” It is impossible to fathom people who could witness a man’s resurrection from the dead and only be concerned about the persecution and punishment of the man who performed the miracle. But such are the Pharisees and such are they that serve them. The antique Europeans were like unto the Jews who saw and believed. The modern liberals are like unto the Pharisees who wanted to kill Christ and Lazarus. And our modern churchmen are those “who went their ways to the Pharisees” in order to tell them all about the treacherous Christ who was going around destroying the pharisaical religion of the Jews. “They are racist, they are sexist,” the churchmen tell the liberals. “We must destroy them,” the liberals respond. “Where your treasure lies so dwells your heart.” Churchmen such as Francis the blasphemer attack the antique Europeans because they, the churchmen, treasure their positions in the liberal world. If they were to champion the Christ of the antique Europeans, the Christ who raised Lazarus from the dead, they would lose the favor of the principalities and powers of this world. But what did our Lord say about this world? “For what shall it profit a man if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? Or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?” It has been the assigned task, assigned by the liberals, of organized Christian Jewry to convince their charges that a man can have this world, he can worship at the shrines of the liberals’ heathen gods, and still retain his soul. Is that possible? No, it is not. We can’t exchange incarnate Europe for liberal Europe and still retain our souls.
Both my parents, who were of the World War II generation, were the first members of their families to go to college. And as a consequence they were much more liberal than their parents. As the offspring of “educated” parents, I and my siblings also went to college, and as a consequence we were more liberal than our parents, because in the Western world we are taught, in school and church, that life is a progression toward the light. What is old – monarchies, patriarchal families, a heartfelt faith in Christ crucified, Christ risen, are unenlightened prejudices and superstitions of the past, which are bad. Many people in the 20th century tried to hold onto a lukewarm Christianity by blending Christ with the progressive, evolutionary zeitgeist of liberalism. Teilhard de Chardin was the foremost exponent – “Everything That Rises Must Converge” — of that Christian blending. But the blending does not work. At the hour of our death we have only one hope. The hope expressed in John 11: 25-26: “Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life; he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. Believest thou this?”
The belief in the progression of man toward the light of liberalism is incompatible with the faith expressed in John 11: 25-26. We must come to terms with that. We need to decide whether the antique Europeans or the pharisaical liberals and the lukewarm churchmen, who seek to blend Christ with liberalism, are right. I became spiritually older than my parents when I felt drawn to the vision of the antique Europeans. I could not find any beauty, faith, or love in modernity. Nor can I understand, from within, how my people can feel at home in modern Europe. Intellectually I see that they have embraced modernity, but I cannot understand their love of modernity in my heart. I still hope that there will be some that find their way back to an older, European vision of life that compels them to embrace Christ and His people and reject Satan and his minions.
The miracle itself, the rising of Lazarus from the dead, is the central event of John 11 just as the healing of the man born blind is the key element in John 9. But in both miracles what happens afterward amongst the Pharisees and the fearful unfaithful speaks to us across the chasm of time. The parents of the man born blind stepped away from their son because they “feared the Jews; for the Jews had agreed already, that if any man did confess that He was Christ, he should be put out of the synagogue.” And the Pharisees reaction to Christ’s healing of the man born blind is the same reaction they have to His raising of Lazarus from the dead. They seek to kill Christ to protect the corporate entity of pharisaical liberalism, because they, and they alone, as the corporate entity, can bring God to the people. So it has been in organized Christian Jewry throughout the European people’s history. Once Christ rose from the dead the Pharisees couldn’t kill Him directly so they had to kill His image in man, they had to kill the people who believed in Him. And the fearful and timid, whom we shall always have with us, still fear the treachery of the Pharisees’ spies and the wrath of the Pharisees more than they love Christ. To be cast out of the synagogues of liberalism is a terrible thing. It seems, if we look at the modern Europeans, that it is the worst thing that can happen to a man. But is it the worst thing that can befall us? What happens to the man born blind when he defies the Pharisees by refusing to denounce Christ?
Jesus heard that they had cast him out; and when he had found him, he said unto him, Dost thou believe on the Son of God? He answered and said, Who is he, Lord, that I might believe on him?
And the man born blind gets a direct answer from Christ because Christ knows that he loves much.
And Jesus said unto him, Thou has both seen him, and it is he that talketh with thee. And he said, Lord, I believe. And he worshipped him.
My heroes, the heroes of Christendom, are the men and women who defy the corporate entity of pharisaical liberalism. The man born blind saw past the blind sight of Dylan Thomas to the source of all light. And our Lord sought him out! That is the reward of all those who defy corporate, pharisaical liberalism.
They have done it awfully well in this, the 21st century. Church and state are one incorporate entity, they are one synagogue: to be cast out from their synagogue is a fearful thing. But if we are not prepared to be cast out of their synagogue, He will not seek us out to give us comfort. We will not have a chance to say, “Lord, I believe,” as we fall at His feet and worship Him. We will be allowed, if we deny Him before men, to fall at the feet of the liberals’ shrines to reason, science, and the noble savage. Is that enough? If we settle for that then we are of all men most to be pitied. The culture of the incarnate Lord was built on the same faith in the divine humanity of God that Christ had when He decided to take flesh and dwell among us. He knew that He would not perish in Mary’s womb nor would His death on the cross destroy His sacred humanity. He rose again on the third day. Every aspect of our liberal world has been set up to ensure that we do not believe in our God-given humanity. We must not, the pharisaical liberals tell us, believe that He, through His divine humanity, will draw us to Him through our humanity. All that is human must die so the corporate entity of liberalism can live. That is a perverse reversal of what must happen. Corporate, pharisaical liberalism must die so that the vision of Christ crucified, Christ risen shall live, once again, in the hearts of His people. He will seek us out if we reject the Pharisees and turn to Him. +