2020/06/01

Leechcraft

America Morality

Until quite recently, there were still people who thought I was engaged in hyperbole by calling the malignant force that's swept our institutions a Death Cult. If this weekend's riots proved one thing to normal people, it's the reality that there's a militant legion of fanatics at enmity with them.

It's also impossible to miss now that the main thrust of the enemy's fury is directed against Christianity and Christians. Just check out this off-the-cuff tweet of mine that attained minor viral status. Pay special attention to the replies, where CogDis sufferers in ascending degrees of thralldom to the Cult came out of the woodwork to spout Reddit-level nonsense.

That none of them came within miles of a rational argument but instead read off items from an atheist bingo card isn't the point. My tweet clearly and succinctly illustrated the truth that America was founded on Christian morality, and our rulers' renunciation of that morality has plunged the nation into chaos. The Cult's whole operation relies on hijacking Christian morality to browbeat Christians, so they couldn't let a meme that gives their game away go unchallenged.

Internet Atheist Bingo
H/t David Stewart & @NotJohnDaker. Rare meme. Do not share!
An interesting new development that popped up in the crossfire was the spectacle of self-confessed witches coming forward and letting their freak flags fly. I've had plenty of witches unwittingly self-test before, but never so openly as this:

Actual Witch

What the witches' newfound boldness tells me is that they no longer fear negative consequences for revealing their true motives. Conservatives over fifty could once be forgiven for assuming that the Left were sincerely wrong, but sincere nonetheless. The Cult's endgame was always bringing down Christendom, even if it meant a suicide run. They only maintained the pretext of benign intentions to lull their victims long enough to gain power.

The mask hasn't slipped; it's been torn off. That means the witches are confident they've amassed enough power to fear no opposition. Like old pulp villains, they revel in unveiling their master plan, since they see no chance of anyone thwarting it.

In purely material terms, the witches' bravado is justified. Consider the authorities who are supposed to be maintaining order. The mayor of Minneapolis is Cloud Land scion sent to administer the provinces in preparation for a career back in the imperial capital. His total lack of leadership in this crisis has made him the poster boy for Gen Y train wreck lava lamp syndrome.

It's not just that our rulers are paralyzed with indecision. All law is ultimately about enforcing morality, and our elites' submission to the Death Cult means that their morality condones the chaos. Death Cult dogma teaches that everyone is equal, except for straight, white, Christians who unconsciously wield diabolical powers which beguile and oppress everyone else.

Our leaders don't quash the looting because they deem it just compensation for the victims of white Christians, who are oppressors receiving their due punishment.

Trump, for his part, is stuck in the "sincere but sincerely wrong" mindset regarding his enemies. It's hard not to feel sorry for him. He's like one of the last doctors trained in miasma theory and leechcraft after the discovery of germs.

Christians aren't entirely blameless. We didn't speak up when doing so had little cost, so now we have to speak up even though it now bears a heavy price.

One of my Twitter mutuals--a friendly nonbeliever--told me yesterday how shocked he is that every black legend canard hurled at the Church turns out to be false, yet Christians never push back against them.

Never discount the power of one dissenter willing to speak up and stand firm against the mob. You don't have to be a master rhetorician or a great debater, but you no longer have the right or excuse to say nothing. Your forefathers bequeathed Christendom to you after winning it with blood, sweat, and prayer. Their patrimony is not yours to give away because you fear being called names.

The next time you come across a fedora tipper or internet witch spewing juvenile lies about the Inquisition or the Crusades, voice your dissent. You don't have to change the cultists' minds. Without a miracle, you can't. But you likely will break their spell over many members of the audience.

The witches are not your moral superiors. You answer only to Christ, and if you fail to defend His bride for fear of men, you will answer to Him.


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32 comments:

  1. I would buy a book that had a shorthand to poke holes in all those atheist bingo blocks.

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    1. Valuable market data. Thank you.

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    2. Rodney Stark's <a href="https://www.amazon.com/Bearing-False-Witness-Debunking-Anti-Catholic/dp/1599475367/>Bearing False Witness</a> is a good and accessible reference for the historical side, and gains bonus points for being "against interest," as Stark is a non-Catholic (he started as agnostic, but now describes himself as 'independent Christian').

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    3. Bought it. Reading between calls at work.

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    4. It's not exactly what you're asking for, but Vox Day's The Irrational Atheist is pretty good. I should re-read it sometime before long.

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  2. If it's any consolation, based on her Twitter bling, your witch is the type who will drive to the protests and come back to find her car torched and have to walk home.

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    1. She could probably use the exercise.

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    2. Or much, much worse. I've heard a news report about a white woman at one of these riots who was carried off in and most likely raped before her death.

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  3. I bet the self admitted witch also believes herself to be the rational one in the room. You know the type, the ones who tell you the science is settled while holding onto their magic crystals.

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    1. Oddly enough, their commitment to science vanishes when the conversation turns to IQ.

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  4. I'm curious on how the witch will "restructure the police." Or is this just more white guilt posturing?

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    1. It's a credal statement of submission to the cult. Never take anything these people say at face value.

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    2. Fire all the bad people, change the name Police to something more inclusive, and hire all the good people.

      That's it. That's their plan for fixing the police system.

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  5. You burn my church, and I'll burn your Harry Potter collection.

    https://randomc.net/image/Pumpkin%20Scissors/Pumpkin%20Scissors%20-%2015%20-%20Large%2003.jpg

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  6. It has always struck me that the vast majority of these folks are not so much "pro-pagan" as they are actively and proudly "anti-Christian," or merely counter-culture reactionaries. Something about Christianity gave them the sads, so they spend a lot of time railing against it.

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    1. Atheists come in two basic flavors: Autistic and Mad at Dad.

      The Oak worshipers are the latter type who recognize a need for meaning but can't put aside their irrational anger long enough to seek its authentic source.

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    2. I've been acquainted with a number of dabblers in witchcraft and the like. I haven't had deep theological conversations with most of them, but the one who really sticks in my mind after all these years was at pains to throw his apostasy in my face. He may actually have been raised in a nominally Christian household, though if he wasn't lying about why he rejected God, it was one where the Fruits of the Spirit were not growing. Most of the rest have seemed generally decent, if a bit dreamy and flighty, with no real sense that they might be consorting with truly dark powers. Some of them seem to have mistaken the old mythologies for theologies, without really understanding how unworthy their gods are. I pity them, by and large. If I could do nothing else in all my life for the Kingdom of God (other than be a good husband to my wife, of course) I would claim those pagans for the Living God, and count it a victory.

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    3. That's what I've noticed about witch types. They had little to no control in their early lives. Now they use witchcraft as a way to take power. It's very pathetic, but until they put aside their fragile ego they become locked into this world until it destroys them.

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    4. You nailed it. Witchcraft is the perceived easy way out for people who've lost control of their lives but lack the wisdom and patience for self-improvement.

      The pagan LARPers don't even rise to that level, though. They don't really believe in Thor. They confuse the trappings of religion for the deeper meanings those things signify. It's cargo cultism for asocial midwits.

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  7. Brian

    Re the black legend, there's pushback. The problem is it's still bound up with the resdiual Angloshpere'anti Catholicism. Sadly the LARPer pagan useful idiots and death cultists have rekindled the lies and ate impervious to reason.
    So we'll need another Hernan Cortes to utterly crush the death cult for God's greater glory.

    xavier

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    1. To follow up here are some Spanish language books. Ivan Velez is one of the go to guys on the black legend
      Some of the books are available at Amazon:
      https://www.edicionesencuentro.com/libro/nuebas-mentirosas/

      https://www.edicionesencuentro.com/libro/sobre-la-leyenda-negra-2/

      https://www.edicionesencuentro.com/libro/el-mito-de-cortes/

      https://www.rialp.com/libro/el-imperio-y-la-leyenda-negra_92501/

      xavier


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    2. Right now I'm reading The Myth of the Andalusian Paradise by Darío Fernández-Morera.

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    3. Good book. I listened to the interview at Catholic answers back when it was published. He was great and clearly disdainful of that other book that prompted his.
      One if the thing Anglophones just don't get just how terrifying the Moslem sea raids were. They started in 711 and only ended in 1830 with the conquest of Algeria

      xavier

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  8. 100% proof of how much they hate Christianity: evidently after President Trump walked to St. John's to pay his respects to it, people were outraged that he had ... walked to a historic church! That's absolutely nuts to be upset over in any way.

    https://www.lucianne.com/2020/06/02/leftists_rage_over_president_trumpsbrchurch_walk_trump_is_a_fascist_35511.html

    What do you think is going to happen next for the US?

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    1. It will dawn on people that we're in a civil war.

      Whether the dirt people or the Cloud People realize it first will largely determine the course of events from there.

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    2. Interesting is that most common everyday folk that I talk to-- neighbors, hairdressers, farmers, friends, etc-- all know that something is afoot. They aren't fooled. But, that's in a rural area.

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  9. You know as a bisexual I'm not afraid of "Militant anti gay theocrats", very of those exist.

    I'm utterly terrified of the "LGBT community" though.

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    1. Interesting. Why is that?

      Also, praying for the complete healing of your affliction.

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    2. One has stern disapproval of my lifestyle and asks me to seek help. Tolerance with discipline.

      The other wants to tear down everything I love under the faux guide of tolerance and are complete psychopaths.

      Also thanks Brian.... It's hard sometimes.

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