This weekend of geopolitics, the NATO summit and Trump’s meeting with Putin in Helsinki, marks a very important point in the process of developing an overtly white-identity politics in the West. Continue reading “Meddling College Students: Jews in Desperation Mode in a Post-Helsinki World”
Some guy who attempted to be President a few decades ago, and was allegedly a devout Baptist, believes Jesus would be okay with fags pretending to be married, mainly on the grounds of an old and discredited meme.
What meme legitimizes queers to play house in the head of this regrettably prestigious and senile man you ask?
Oh nothing that important really, other than the whole appeal to what could be called “degeneracy’s expedient social atomism” or, my favorite, “selective absence of negative externalities”. Continue reading “Formerly Politically Incompetent Figurehead Turned Senile Sentimentalist Says Jesus Would “Encourage” Sodomite “Marriage””
“Sometimes puzzling things come into your brain and make you feel bad and then you can’t stop feeling bad until you make them come out of your brain or make friends with your brain.” -Socrates
Like the Grecian sage, we still stand perplexed about many brain-injuring things that occur nowadays. For instance, there is the long-standing debate of whether a tree defecates in the woods, does it really make a sound? Continue reading “Chicago: Semi-Literate Ape Sentenced 8 Years for Offending the Mythical Honor of Previous Troop Members”
I don’t want to jump the electoral gun too soon, but in case you’re wondering 2024 is right around the corner. Continue reading “The God Emperor’s Golden Path: The White People’s Ticket Kobach/Trump Jr. 2024 is Taking Shape”
It a well-known fact from all forms of Jewish produced and controlled sources that there is no such thing as a great demographic displacement of white people taking place within the West; phenomena that go by the names “white displacement”, “population replacement”, and the kook level, alarmist label of “white genocide”. Continue reading “The Baptist Press is Bittersweet that White Church Displacement is Happening, but Slowly”
It’s over. Kennedy’s retiring. Not only will Trump will be able name two Supreme Court Justices in the SCOTUS in two years, he will probably end up naming four of them. He’s going to go all slap happy. Continue reading “Trump Co-Conspirator Justice Kennedy Signals SCOTUS Okay for Prohibiting Infanticide, Queer “Marriage”, and White Displacement”
The calls in recent years to ban Confederate symbols and historical figures from the public square were initially explained as addressing particular historical or contemporary grievances, typically of a racial nature. But the quick extension of such bans to various other symbols and figures with little or no connection to the Confederacy, and even to seemingly innocuous things such as a cartoon frog named Pepe, has strongly suggested that this explanation is insufficient. A simpler, more comprehensive explanation for these calls to ban supposedly “racist” or “white supremacist” symbols is that they attempt to remove from public acceptability anything that might lend support to white people positively identifying themselves as a group. Continue reading “No Symbols For White Men: Why The ADL & SPLC Condemned A Frog”
Christianity is often presented today as a religion whose adherents are to care for everyone “equally.” One logical tendency of this egalitarianism is to flatten all human affection, and thus deny the particular, natural affections for one’s own relations. But this denial runs counter to the explicit teaching of the New Testament whereby affection for kin is permitted, expected, and even demanded — a teaching affirmed by the example of Christ Himself. Continue reading “Is Christian Love Egalitarian? Familial Duty In The New Testament”
Christianity today is often portrayed as a religion of non-discrimination, whose adherents are not supposed to recognize or act upon distinctions between groups on the basis of race, sex, etc. But the arguments typically put forward are insufficient to establish non-discrimination as a matter of doctrine. A few of the more common viewpoints will be addressed here, namely that non-discrimination is demanded by some sort of equality of men in the eyes of God, by the supposed unimportance of biological differences, by man’s creation in the image of God, and by man’s common ancestry. Continue reading “Christianity & Non-Discrimination: Equal In The Eyes Of God?”
Throughout the Bible, one finds condemnation of “respect of persons,” a term most often referring to partiality in judgment. Some have claimed that this means condemnation of discrimination in general. The strongest example supporting this view is perhaps James 2:1-9, which popular theologian John Piper uses to claim that racism is a sin. But such attempts to expand the meaning of “respect of persons” in this passage are unwarranted, given the term’s use in context and elsewhere in Scripture. It is far more plausible that this passage encourages equitable judgment, instead of declaring a new teaching of non-discrimination. Continue reading “No “Respect Of Persons”: Biblical Impartiality, Or Non-Discrimination?”