The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the LORD for ever. – Psalm 23
Anyone who votes for the Biden-Harris ticket is possessed by the devil. That fact cannot be disputed. And roughly half of the voters are going to vote for the Biden-Harris ticket. Even if Trump, like last time, manages to win an electoral victory, is it really possible, from a Christian perspective, to democratically govern a nation when half of it is committed to Satan? No, it is not possible; the last four years have made that abundantly clear. Every Trump initiative, his efforts to appoint pro-life judges, his efforts to fight the Chinese communists and their Wuhan virus, and his efforts to control our borders have been resisted and often thwarted by the demon-crats. They hate Trump with a maniacal fury unsurpassed in the annals of American politics. And the liberals’ hatred for Trump is not confined to just this nation. The liberals in other European nations also hate Trump with a maniacal fury. But Trump’s policies are well within the framework of classical liberalism. They do not differ that much from the policies of John F. Kennedy, whom the liberals adored. Why then is Trump hated more than Nixon and Reagan and even more than Franco and Pinochet?
The pagan viewed history as a cyclical process. Mankind was not, in the pagan’s mind, progressing toward perfection. The Christian, whose God had entered historical time, looked to an end to human history when his God returned to earth. Christ was the beginning and the end. But the Christian did not equate the passage of time as a movement towards the moral perfection of mankind; he saw the passage of time as a step closer to the return of Christ. So neither the pagan nor the Christian saw the progression of time as a moral progression for mankind. Enter stage left, the liberal. The liberal has secularized the Christian’s expectation of the return of Christ. The liberal expects an end to history that shall be brought about by the moral perfection of mankind. The chosen ones are those who work for the moral perfection of mankind — they shall be saved — and the evil ones are those people who do not work for the moral perfection of mankind. They shall be damned.
The new view of history, the post-Christian view, was always on the fringes of Christendom in the ‘elevated’ minds of ‘great’ thinkers such as Voltaire and Rousseau, but it didn’t become part of the fabric of the European people’s culture until the French Revolution. After that revolution even professed Christians who rejected the outright atheism of the French Jacobins came to accept the post-Christian view of history – that mankind was morally progressing toward the kingdom of God on earth. It’s hard to see how a Christian could accept the idea of the moral progression of mankind when St. Paul emphasized that our salvation depended on, “Christ in me and I in Christ.” How can people who reject St. Paul’s faith continue to morally progress? They can’t, but our modern ‘Christians’ go along with the liberals, believing that the accumulation of scientific knowledge — the replacement of the horse with the automobile, the replacement of ink and paper with computer printouts, and other such scientific ‘advances’ — constitutes a moral improvement. That we are moving onward and upward is the moral given of the democratic, scientific nations of the West. I see all the scientific advances, but still I do not see a moral improvement. Is the acceptance of legalized abortion a moral improvement? Is the acceptance of communism a moral improvement? Is the worship of the noble black savage a moral improvement? And is the implementation of sexual Babylon a moral improvement? The liberal says, yes, to all those questions, and the conservative does a “respectable amount of growling” over communism, abortion, and sexual Babylon, but in the end he accepts the implementation of those moral ‘improvements’ because he does not oppose the ultimate progression that buttresses up all the other progressions: the transformation of civil rights for the negro into the worship of the negro.
Trump is in favor of civil rights just as John F. Kennedy was, but Trump does not see that the civil rights movement had nothing to do with civil rights. The negro already had civil rights, particularly in the old South prior to the Civil War: he had the right to raise a family and be a part of a Christian civilization, a right he was not afforded in Africa or Liberaldom. The civil rights movement was part of the ongoing Jacobin revolution. The negro had to become the new savior of the European people in order to keep the new trinity intact. A return to mere civil rights and away from the worship of the negro, which is what Trump represents, is an intolerable attack on the liberals’ faith. They won’t permit such an attack, just as they will not tolerate any effort to deal with the communists as an enemy nor any attempt to deal with unborn infants as human beings. We must progress, we can never go back. And moral progress is always measured by the illuminated minds of the liberals. Whatever moves the European people away from Christian Europe is seen as progress, and whatever seems to be taking us back, even slightly, is seen as heresy, a heresy that must be punished with fire and sword.
If you are still a European Christian, you should take note of the liberals’ hatred of Trump. He is a millennialist Christian, which is far afield from European Christianity, and he is a classical liberal who wants whites to be included in the American dream. But that small retrogression has made him a hated figure in Liberaldom. So what would they think of me and thee if they knew our views on liberals and Christian Europe? Ask not for whom the death knell tolls, it tolls for thee and me.
As he approaches death, which I am praying will be later rather than sooner, Rush Limbaugh has become much more European in his commentary and less Americanist. He was one of the first to label the Covid-19 virus a flu that the liberals were going to try to turn into a pandemic in order to “get Trump.” And he has correctly stated that if the demon-crats manage to subvert this election and win, there will be no more elections, no more courts of law, no more anything resembling old America. I would argue that this has already happened to a large degree, but still Limbaugh has grasped, unlike the other conservatives, that this Presidential election is like no other, because Trump is the only Republican President who was, and will be if elected again, a retrograde President. Neither Bush, who now supports Biden, nor Pence, who says prayers for Jacob Blake and thinks it is wonderful that Scalia and Ginsburg were such good friends, are retrograde Republicans. They are a ‘let’s go at a slower rate toward perdition’ type of Republicans. As such, they are opposed by the demon-crats, but they are not maniacally hated as Trump is hated. The liberals’ hatred for Pence is only because of his association with Trump. And we should note that the intellectual Christians in the ranks of the Catholics and the Evangelicals have a preference for the Bush-Pence type of ‘Christian.’ They want polite Christians who intellectually affirm the Christian virtues while wholeheartedly endorsing politeness and civility towards the great haters of Christ and His people. I have a cousin who works at a nearby hospital, and she tells me that it is always her professed ‘Christian’ co-workers who side with liberal hospital administrators against older staff members whom they perceive to have homophobic and racist tendencies. This Jacobin revolution, like the original Jacobin revolution, could not have been completed, in fact, it would not have even been contemplated, had not the so-called Christians accepted the post-Christian, Jacobin view of history – that mankind was advancing, through reason, through the worship of the sacred negro, and through science toward the moral perfection of the human race.
I grew up at a time when most liberals had something of the Christian ethos left in their soul. But as our society has ‘progressed’ in the last fifty years, that remnant of Christianity has left the souls of the liberals. They have become reptilian creatures with whom any man who still adheres to Christianity cannot have any contact. In Doctor Zhivago, Pasternak depicts a moment in time after the communist revolution when Zhivago is forced to live among reprogrammed Russians who now profess to be happy, well-behaved communists. Zhivago has to leave the room because he still has a soul, and the presence of these de-souled human beings makes him physically sick. That is my reaction to the liberals of this generation. And I do not understand how those who call themselves conservatives can debate with the liberals as if they are united in one common cause, differing only in non-essentials. Perhaps it is because the conservatives are united with the liberals on that which they see as essential – the moral progression of mankind under the banner of the sacred negro and the condemnation of the ‘racist’ Europeans of the past. You cannot hold on to a faith in two masters. You can either serve the negro or Christ. Our condemned European ancestors choose to serve Christ. The liberals have chosen to serve the negro, and their conservative shadows will follow a few steps behind them:
It may be inferred again that the present movement for women’s rights will certainly prevail from the history of its only opponent: Northern conservatism. This is a party which never conserves anything. Its history has been that it demurs to each aggression of the progressive party, and aims to save its credit by a respectable amount of growling, but always acquiesces at last in the innovation. What was the resisted novelty of yesterday is today one of the accepted principles of conservatism; it is now conservative only in affecting to resist the next innovation, which will tomorrow be forced upon its timidity and will be succeeded by some third revolution, to be denounced and then adopted in its turn. American conservatism is merely the shadow that follows Radicalism as it moves forward towards perdition. It remains behind it, but never retards it, and always advances near its leader… –Robert Lewis Dabney
The Bush and Pence Republicans make me ill. But I am drawn to the hard-core Trump supporters who went to that rally in Florida and chanted, “We love you!” As the reptilian liberals make their final purge of the impure Europeans, it is that remnant of pietas in white souls which we must try to keep alive and turn into an all-consuming fire of charity that will destroy Liberaldom. Do I think such a miracle is possible? Not if I look at life with the eye of reason alone. With that eye, I see only darkness ahead. But with the other eye, the eye illuminated by a heart that loves, I see my people rising up against their liberal overlords and facing off against them in battle. And then, as in the old hymns, I see the triumph of the Lord and those who are “on the Lord’s side.”
While being fully aware of the fact that a Trump victory will not cure the sickness unto death that has enveloped the European people, I still want that victory to occur for the same reason that I wanted my father, during his final illness, to survive through one more Christmas. We cling to life ourselves, and we want those whom we love to live. Even if there are only a few white grazers with a remnant of white pietas left in their souls, I want them and the members of my family to have a few more moments of European life before they must take up arms against the liberals. The prospect of a Biden-Harris victory is too hideous to contemplate. But if it comes, we must believe, because it is true, that He will give us the grace to face even that tragedy.
My parents ‘progressed’ away from Christian Europe to American liberalism. They were both the first members of their families to go to college, and their moral progression, by liberal standards, coincided with their financial progression. My siblings also progressed, from their parents’ classical liberalism to mad-dog liberalism. I went through the hell depicted by my brother in spirit, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, and came out, by the grace of God, on the other side of hell. I won’t go back there. My children did not absorb any part of liberalism because they heard, for more than a twelve-month, the story of another world, a world separate and distinct from Liberaldom; that world was and is Christian Europe. The one great consolation of my old age is that I have been able to see the face of Jesus Christ in my children, who have never been tainted with the progression called liberalism. Once an entire continent was filled with such people. We must regress to Christian Europe, because it is only in that culture and with those people that we see the face of Jesus Christ. +