Now READ THIS.
A stunning call to action, for Christian men and women, by two wonderful women, both named Leila. These are our values as opposed to the ones asserted in the last post. Rise up!
(Post no. 4,100, BTW).
They, the satanists, of course, hate God, hate Jesus, hate the Holy Spirit, and hate anyone who loves the same. They hate nationalism because the nations are God’s natural order for people organization. Combine all of this and you get the intense hatred of Christian Nationalists. They fear us – with good reason. So they tell lies, which is all they really have in their sad nature. CBS spins up a few, but they are as transparent as luciferianly possible. The first of their “experts:”
A Bible sits on Pastor Ken Peters’ desk, its cover graced with an American flag and inscribed with the words “FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.” His church has an American flag painted across its roof.
“I believe we are the greatest country next to Israel. I got to give God Israel as His chosen people in the Old Testament,” he told CBSN Originals. “But we’ve proven it, America’s the greatest country that’s ever existed in the history of the world, and it’s because of Judeo-Christian values.”
Peters said he wants the country to have “Christian principles and Christian laws and Christian ways,” a stance that Christian nationalists, who believe Christianity should have dominant influence on American life and politics, would agree with.
However, Peters rejects the label — though he added that he does consider himself a nationalist as opposed to a globalist.
“I think [Christian nationalist] has a connotation of some sort of racist, or I think America is better than every other country. I hate that term,” he said. “I do believe America is special. I believe she’s beautiful. I believe her roots are great. … So I will never say that I’m a Christian nationalist, but I will say I’m a Christian that loves America.”
The other two “pastors” are just as retarded, confused, and deceitful.
Yes, to explain what Christian Nationalism is, only source to people who are neither Christian nor nationalist.
The article’s title gives much away: Is America a Christian nation? Pastors at odds about fusion of faith and politics
The answer is that America was a Christian nation and, to the extent the American nation still exists, it is still Christian. The United States is neither Christian nor a nation. This is the common, stupid confusion of the nation (politics) with the state (people).
Peters is, by his own admission, not a Christian. He is a “Judeo-Christian” heretic who worships Israel, Zionism, the GOP, and Donald Trump. He may genuinely share some common beliefs with Christians but his theology is directly opposed to the explicit words of Almighty God, Jesus Christ, Saint Paul, the Jews in the Bible, and the modern Talmudic Rabbinate. And, since he’s afraid of being called bad names by people who hate him, America, and Lord Jesus, he refuses to identify as an American Christian Nationalist. Worst of all, he misleads his Flock with his blasphemy and false patriotism.
The great news is that this charade is very easy to see through if one only looks at it through faith and clear-minded logic. The greatest news is that these pitiful liars cannot win.
It must be that mean old “pandemic” and “resulting” economic recession that’s to blame!
Between the 2019-2020 school year and the current year, nationwide enrollment dropped by 110,000 to about 1.6 million students. Back in the 1960s, enrollment was more than 5 million.
With the recent wave of closures, there are now 5,981 Catholic schools in the United States, compared with more than 11,000 in 1970.
Or, it could be something else. 1960s? 1970? What has changed since then? Off the top of my head I can think of the death of the American nation as the predominant culture in the dying US. Then, there’s the decline of a Catholic Church largely beholden to things like Novus Ordo and a fake pope. Really a mystery… Must be the “pandemic.”
CIA AP propagandizes about Creepy Joe’s trip from the basement to the National Prayer Breakfast. A few points:
Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., said the event is “an inclusive and positive” one that “recognizes the teachings of Jesus but is not limited to Christianity.”
I’m surprised he could utter the name of Jesus.
Norman Solomon, co-founder and national director of the progressive activist group RootsAction, warned Biden not to “reach across any aisle to bigotry.” “We don’t need any unity with bigotry,” Solomon said. “I fear a subtext of this engagement is, ‘Can’t we all get along.’ But that’s not appropriate in this case given the well-known right-wing and anti-gay background of the event’s sponsors.”
Solomon… No, obviously we cannot all get along.
…Biden, a devout Catholic…
“I hope President Biden recognizes we’re in a new moment,” Graves-Fitzsimmons said, “and that the Christian nationalism threat is a threat to both the sacred religious pluralism of the U.S. and to Christianity.”
So spoke an abomination the words of his father the liar.
So, nothing has changed. They still hate Jesus and His followers. I guess the good news is that they’re scared – their default emotion. Rise, Christian Nationalism!
Those words, or some combination of them, I’ve noticed them a lot lately. For instance, Creepy Joe just allowed trannies into the crumbling USSA military. Luciferians, other degenerates, and the mentally ill are well pleased. Perhaps the last Christian Chaplain in the Army is not. He, of course, is right in what he said, and he’ll probably get kicked out of the Imperial Army for it. That’s good for him; the whole show is coming apart and decent people should no longer participate. As expected, from the usual suspects, he caught considerable grief. That’s where the quote surfaced again.
Following the outcry, the Security Force Assistant Command released a statement on their Facebook page saying that they were investigating the incident.
The statement reads: ‘Always remember to ‘Think, Type, Post’ when it comes to engaging in conversation on social media platforms. We are soldiers 24/7 and that means always treating people with dignity and respect.
Yes, odd words from an organization that slaughters women and children for money. Or, is it dignity and respect to murder them? Truth be told, the application of these words is a relative matter. Good people indeed deserve the treatment that most good people associate with dignity and respect. The wicked do not unless the dignity they get is of a different kind – like that Paul talked about when he suggested that getting rid of the wicked was better for everyone, the wicked included. Somehow I doubt that’s what the Army Rainbow Command has in mind. In fact, I imagine the concept would be lost on most who utter some variance of these words.
Somewhere, I read this same phraseology. And I heard it in person not long ago. I looked briefly and found a few more examples from different sources. Then, I got tired of looking. How much dignity and respect is due a usurer? Or an outright murderer? A child molester? If rope and fire are forms of dignity and respect, then all’s well. Again, I suppose this reasoning would escape many and even horrify some these days.
I’m not making a definitive statement, but there’s just something new, fresh, and wrong sounding about this universal concept. I found a pastor somewhere who quoted Christ from John 15:12: “This is my commandment that you love one another as I have loved you.” The pastor did not clarify who “one another” encompasses nor the nature of how “I have loved you.” This beautiful admonishment, read in pari materia with the rest of the Bible, may not be a plain and simple as some make it out to be. There again, full examinations upend quick talking points.
I could be wrong, but there’s just a churchian feeling to it. The proof of such is in the way it was hurled back against the wisdom of an actual practicing Christian. That man, the Army Chaplain, does deserve dignity and respect.
Joe Biden’s administration, if it is allowed to manifest, will do wonders for accelerationism. For all his many, many faults, Orange Man has been reluctant to continue the pattern of Imperial adventurism overseas. Trump, via careful planning or dumb luck, has somehow avoided starting what I imagine will be the Empire’s final foreign war, the one wherein the USA gets its ass kicked, good, fast, and hard. Biden may be just the fool or the tool. And already, he’s allegedly looking for trouble – against people he and his master hate – White Christians.
Countries such as Hungary and Poland will be in the Biden administration’s crosshairs based on the incoming president’s previous statements condemning their allegedly “totalitarian” governments.
Hungary and Poland are both ex-Warsaw Pact countries that have moved towards more market-based economies. However, they’ve taken a national capitalist approach to their economic development. Like most of the West, both of these countries have experienced the secular trend of declining birthrates. In response the ruling parties of both countries — Fidesz in Hungary and PIS in Poland – have adopted pro-natal policies that promote family formation. More controversially the two countries have stood up against the radical LGBT lobby and have become resolute champions of immigration restriction. Given the two countries’ experience being under the influence of empires and other foreign powers, nationalism has always had a strong appeal in these countries. eir development in the post-Soviet era. Both countries have experienced a secular trend the rest of the West is experiencing, namely declining birth rates. In response, the ruling parties of both countries — Fidez in Hungary and PiS in Poland — have pushed their very own pro-family policies that encourage family formation.
As I have reported previously, even under the Trump regime, Lucifer’s USian emissaries have (unsuccessfully) assailed Poland, et al. Biden, if his coup succeeds next week, will likely increase the assault to something resembling all-out unrestricted warfare. By the way, add Slovakia, Ukraine, Serbia, Romania, and other Eastern Euro nations to the list of the Devil’s enemies. Russia, of course, is a perpetual target.
Why? Because, Biden and his handlers and owners – much more his owners – hate what these nations represent – free White, Christian, Western civilization. It comes from their rejection of God and their hatred of Jesus Christ. Poland, the stalwart representative of the West, stands for our traditions and under our God. Naturally, the Poles reject, in spectacular fashion sometimes, the neo-globalist-Satanic agenda of baby murder, faggotry, cannibalism, third-world invasion, and general nation-wrecking.
The free people of Europe are keenly aware of the attacks and the enemy’s plan. They have a long history of resisting invasion and conquest. They are surprisingly well-armed. Strengthened by Faith, they will not bend, bow, or break. Backed by Christian Russia, they cannot be defeated. The evil empire headquartered on the Potomac can be and in God’s good time will be. It’s going to be both fun and inspiring to watch if or when it happens.
Stańcie, ludzie z Zachodu. Walka! Zwycięstwo jest nasze! Niech Bóg błogosławi i ocali Zachód!
Yes, there is a downside to the half-full mentality.
Raise your hand if you have ever heard “Well at least . . .;” “It could be worse;” “Look on the bright side;” or other expressions that are offered in response to real negative emotions. You’ve likely been on the giving or receiving end of phrases such as these, which means you’ve experienced what is called toxic positivity.
While it is well-intentioned, toxic positivity suppresses emotions. That can lead to stronger negative emotions, such as anxiety and depression, which can also manifest as physical illness. Experiences of toxic positivity are not limited to well-meaning friends and family. It’s also increasingly taking hold in the workplace as leaders lean into optimism in the face of massive COVID-19 economic and social impacts.
Forgot that last part about the hoax. But, the author is correct. All the bright side obsession is usually a mask for something. Despair is the opposite of hope. However, there is a distinct difference between pessimism and honest realism. We’ve known all of this for thousands of years. The solution, the correct way to judge life is via Christian stoicism. It takes practice but it works.
American Awakening: Identity Politics and Other Afflictions of Our Time by Joshua Mitchell may be worth reading. Here’s a summary.
America seems to have gone mad. It still is the world’s richest and most powerful country, with the oldest continuous government on earth, yet it is in deep crisis and divided between hostile camps that reject each other’s legitimacy. Paradoxically, what made America strong also makes it inherently fragile. Joshua Mitchell, a professor of government at Georgetown University, presents a cogent diagnosis of America’s dark night of the soul in a remarkable new book that should be required reading for anyone who wants to make sense of today’s United States.
A Chinese acquaintance quips, “Now you are having your own Cultural Revolution.” In fact, the criticism and self-criticism sessions imposed on corporate employees and school personnel to root out hidden racism recall Mao’s Red Guards. But America is not China, and this is not a Cultural Revolution; it is an eruption of Christian religious feeling channeled into secular obsessions.
Asia Times’s review presents a somewhat jumbled but still compelling portrait. I may just pick this one up and report back in a while. If you’d like to beat me to it, check here.
I saw the newer news articles, but as usual, VD beat me to the commentary. I’ll adopt his:
“But irrespective of the religion professed, angry people kill. The French in the course of their history has killed millions of people. Many were Muslims. Muslims have a right to be angry and to kill millions of French people for the massacres of the past.”
Mohamad also said “the West” shouldn’t impose its views and values on others.
“To do so is to deprive the freedom of these people,” he wrote.
How, precisely, is he wrong? The West shouldn’t impose its views and values on others, which is precisely why it should not permit those others to reside in the West.
And how is this any different than another non-Western people holding the people of the West responsible for everything from the Spanish Inquisition to the Holocaust?
Immigration is war.
UPDATE: The Interior Minister at France understands France has been invaded and is at war:
Of course, faced with a very real war, the politi-rats still placate the attackers and invaders. Encore une fois, ma lettre à la France. Éliminez les incompatibles! Kick the incompatibles out!
Anyone who stands against the nations for all groups, white included, stands against God. Add in political worship and one finds someone probably not too keen on Heaven or America.
Loving America almost as much as heaven
Peters isn’t sure he likes the term “Christian nationalism” because he worries people will equate it with being a white nationalist or someone who hates Muslims and women — all things he disavows. But he concedes it fits the definition of someone who wants America to remain a Christian nation. “Some Christians are trying to shame those who love this country or love President Trump,” he said. “We’re saying, we’re not only unashamed, but we’re going to put it in the name.”
The worries aren’t natural. Chuck Baldwin’s latest sermon was all over this issue of crisis. God did not elect Donald Trump for Trump’s sake or the GOP’s. If there was a divine hand in 45, then it was to illuminate what Christians are doing wrong. One such thing is continuing to follow Charlatans.