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Then he said unto them, O fools, and slow of heart to believe all that the prophets have spoken: Ought not Christ to have suffered these things, and to enter into his glory? And beginning at Moses and all the prophets, he expounded unto them in all the scriptures the things concerning himself. And they drew nigh unto the village, whither they went: and he made as though he would have gone further. But they constrained him, saying, Abide with us: for it is toward evening, and the day is far spent. And he went in to tarry with them. And it came to pass, as he sat at meat with them, he took bread, and blessed it, and brake, and gave to them. And their eyes were opened, and they knew him; and he vanished out of their sight. And they said one to another, Did not our heart burn within us, while he talked with us by the way, and while he opened to us the scriptures? And they rose up the same hour, and returned to Jerusalem, and found the eleven gathered together, and them that were with them, Saying, The Lord is risen indeed, and hath appeared to Simon. And they told what things were done in the way, and how he was known of them in breaking of bread. And as they thus spake, Jesus himself stood in the midst of them, and saith unto them, Peace be unto you. –Luke 24: 25-36

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A brilliant morning shines on the old city.  Its antiquities and ruins are surpassingly beautiful, with a lusty ivy gleaming in the sun, and the rich trees waving in the balmy air.  Changes of glorious light from moving boughs, songs of birds, scents from gardens, woods, and fields—or, rather, from the one great garden of the whole cultivated island in its yielding time—penetrate into the Cathedral, subdue its earthy odour, and preach the Resurrection and the Life.  The cold stone tombs of centuries ago grow warm; and flecks of brightness dart into the sternest marble corners of the building, fluttering there like wings. – The Mystery of Edwin Drood


I know very little about Mike Lindell, the “My Pillow Man” from Minnesota, but he did something that is never done in the public arena. He spoke the truth about the media: “This is evil.” If the European people had said that about all of the French Jacobins, not just the Robespierre Jacobins, and then acted upon that insight, there would not have been a communist revolution in Russia in 1917, and there would not have been a coronavirus revolution in 2020.

Our decline as a people has come about because we have lost the ability to distinguish between good and evil. It is an extraordinary thing, now that the liberals have shown themselves to be completely evil, without any trace of humanity:  the white grazers seem unable to see the liberals’ for what they are. They are satanic, devoid of all the attributes the European people once considered the mark of a human being. It was once considered noble and honorable to love your own people, to practice charity and mercy, and to honor, revere, and love the Savior, Jesus Christ. Now it is considered just and good to hate your own people, to be devoid of charity and mercy, and to denigrate our Holy Savior. And that is really what is behind the weakness of the West in the face of the Chinese communists’ assault on the European nations. Our people are dying of the virus, and the liberals, who are one with the Chinese communists in their hatred of all things European, are maniacally resisting all the efforts of anyone — that French doctor Dr. Didier Raoult is an example – trying to help victims of the virus and give the Europeans hope that the virus does not have to become another Black Plague. But of course the liberals want another Black Plague, because the raison d’être of the post-Christian European, the liberal, is the hatred of the people who once were the Christ-bearing race. Such people must be eliminated because they might revert and take up the discarded burden, the cross of Christ, of their ancestors.

Thomas Paine spoke for all liberals, past and present, when he said:

Of all the systems of religion that ever were invented, there is none more derogatory to the Almighty, more unedifying to man, more repugnant to reason, and more contradictory to itself, than this thing called Christianity. Too absurd for belief, too impossible to convince, and too inconsistent for practice, it renders the heart torpid, or produces only atheists and fanatics.

If we say an atheist is someone who does not believe in a God, then no man is an atheist. Paine believed in a false God, he believed in his own abstract intellect, the noble savages, and science. And so did his idol Robespierre, and so do all our modern liberals believe in the triune God of Thomas Paine. But if we say that all those who do not believe in the living God, Jesus Christ, are atheists, then we see before us an army of militant atheists totally committed to whatever is diametrically opposed to what Paine called the most “repugnant” of religions. And what does Paine suggest as an alternative to our ancient faith in the God-Man? He suggests the second oldest faith, a faith in our own minds:

I do not believe in the creed professed by the Jewish church, by the Roman Church, by the Greek church, by the Turkish church, by the Protestant church, nor by any church that I know of. My own mind is my church.

That is the credo of all liberals, the deification of man’s original sin, which the liberals do not believe in, the pride of intellect. So long as liberalism is the ruling doctrine of the European people, we will continue to remain in fetters, subject to whatever evil the liberals decide to thrust upon us. In Paine’s day the purge took place via the guillotine, and right now in 2020, it is the coronavirus purge. We must see the connection. Just as Paine called the slaughtered aristocrats, “so few sacrifices, for the greater good,” so do our modern liberals, who vehemently oppose the use of any drug that might reduce the death toll of the coronavirus, feel that a “few sacrifices” are necessary in order to destroy Trump and move all mankind, minus the white race, closer to utopia.

A doctor, who was interviewed by Laura Ingraham about successfully treating coronavirus patients with the chloroquine drug, asked why there was such hostility to a drug that was helping people. Why indeed? The answer is rooted in the debate between Paine and Burke. In Paine’s Rights of Man he castigated Burke for impeding the building of utopia by his concern for just a “few sacrifices,” who were undeserving of life in the brave new world. So it is today. A few sacrifices are necessary so that the liberal utopia, which is always in the future and never quite materializes in the present, can come to fruition. Paine lost his debate with Burke. Melville’s Billy Budd is an attack on Paine and his Rights of Man, and such poets as Wordsworth and Coleridge, after their initial enthusiasm for the French Revolution, turned on the revolution and sided with Burke. Such men turned on the French Revolution and its defenders because they came to see what Burke saw – the French Revolution was a satanic assault on Christian Europe. There can be no middle ground between Satan and Christ. We either worship our own minds, which can be easily manipulated by Satan’s superior mind, or we can give our hearts to Christ and venture forth, armed with the grace of God, in opposition to Satan and his minions.

The devil must, like our Lord, work through humanity. He can inflame men with his own satanic will, he can create a satanic tempest, but he cannot control the results. The grace of God working in human hearts is an ever present challenge to Satan. The satanically inspired liberal is always working for the destruction of all things Christian. But throughout our history, the liberals have chosen to subvert by subtle lies, by perversions of the truth, rather than by outright attacks on Christ and His people. The Robespierre French Revolution, the American Civil War, the Russian Revolution are exceptions to the general modus operandi of the liberals. Those revolutions were naked-fist revolutions; there was nothing subtle about them. And now this present revolution, this communist-inspired revolution (which is the same as liberal-inspired, they are all part of the same ideological package) is a naked-fist attack on the white race. The liberals have destroyed the economies of the white nations, they have taken many white lives, but will this new naked-fist revolution advance liberalism? I’d like to say there will be a Burkean reaction, but I cannot say with any certainty that the white grazers, when they see that the liberals are working with might and main to increase the death tolls, to create economic chaos and to increase human suffering, will turn from liberalism in order to embrace His Europe.

The President of Brazil has issued the chloroquine drug to his people in defiance of the liberals (he uses the term ‘cultural Marxists’). And the good doctors, those who still believe that a doctor should attempt to heal the sick, are issuing the drug to their patients. What are the liberals doing?  They are attacking anyone who suggests the drug can cure the disease and they are attacking anyone who suggests that the disease has anything to do with Communist China. And what are the liberals’ spiritual brethren, the Chinese communists, doing with their coronavirus victims? They are burning them alive. Is not the spiritual metaphor obvious? The liberals’ crusade against anything that reduces human suffering during this crisis and their alliance with the satanic Chinese communists reveals their spiritual essence. They hate Christ, who is our hope in this world and the next, and they have formed an alliance with Satan in order to kill that hope within us.

It is Easter, Christ has risen! Indeed He has! Our faith in His resurrection from the dead and His assurance that He will be with us alway, even unto the ending of the world, will sustain us during this current onslaught of the devil and his liberal minions. It is not a little thing, it is everything, that Christ has given us His word that He, and not the devil, shall prevail. The old hymn enjoins us to be faithful in spite of dungeon, fire, and sword. Let us add, “in spite of the liberals’ coronavirus” to that list. Our Lord “suffered these things” so that we might have eternal life. Nothing can alter that: “Thus it is written, and thus it behoved Christ to suffer, and to rise from the dead the third day.” +

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