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Sunday, November 26, 2017

Sunday Meditation: On Hate and Liberalism

"Liberalism is the root of heresy, the tree of evil in whose branches all the harpies of infidelity find ample shelter; it is today the evil of all evils." 
                        from Liberalism is a Sin  
                  by Don Felix Sarda Y Salvany, 

Chilton Williamason had an interesting editorial in the October issue of Chronicles titled Who's the Most Hateful of Them All? He, I believe accurately, lays the mounting hatred and divisions in our country at the feet of white liberals who created the "condemnatory category of 'dead white males'" and labeled the white race "the cancer of history."


Why? Why would whites preach a blanket hatred and condemnation of their own race?

Because the goal of liberalism is the "global extirpation of Christianity." As Williamson writes:
Ultimately, liberals hate white people less for their genes than for their historical role as the sinister carriers of Christianity to peoples around the world.
Postmodern liberalism is multiculturalism, and multiculturalism is just as immoral, aggressive, and insane as white nationalism since it is actually antiwhite nationalism, and no less shy, abashed, and timid for that. Nor need it be, since, so far from being socially and politically reprehensible today, it is admired and fashionable.
Now that explains a lot. If destroying Christianity is the goal of liberalism (and if you've read Liberalism is a Sin you recognize the truth of that statement) then many things fall into place.

  • The attack on Columbus, a Catholic, and the explorers and founders of our country and other white leaders of history who were primarily Catholic and Christian believers; (You never hear liberals attacking white leaders like Lenin, Stalin, Mao, Castro, Robespierre, etc. The only exception to their honoring monsters is Hitler because he's useful for attacking the "alt-right")
  • The promotion of sexual immorality in the schools and the gender insanity because making kids slaves to their passions and teaching them lies as truth attacks the reason and will and increases defections from Christianity; 
  • The promotion of Islam, atheism, Wicca, New Age, etc. because all these movements attack Christianity.
I could go on. 

The election of Donald Trump, as flawed as he is, illustrates that many Americans, whether they consciously realize it, recognize the evil of liberalism. They didn't so much embrace Donald Trump as reject the anti-white reverse racism of the liberal juggernaut and heavily funded by George Soros. As Williamson put it:
So far as Donald Trump owes his electoral victory last year to "racism," the recognition by a large majority of America's white population that liberal multiculturalism is implicitly --- and frequently explicitly --- the ideology of antiwhite racists of every color, white ones especially, was certainly the decisive factor. The onslaught over the summer against Confederate statues and everything else Confederate, which was far less pro-black and antislavery than it was antiwhite, can only have confirmed it in this view....[I]deological liberalism, by far the most divisive and destructive force in the history of the Western democracies, has been working relentlessly for decades to divide and subdivide American society by the devilish practice of identity politics. Now Donald Trump is trying to muster resistance by the sane half of the country against the insane other half in a thoroughgoing political offensive that professional politicians of both parties should have undertaken two generations ago. 
The hour is indeed late and the country shows all the signs of going the way of pagan Rome as it
disintegrated into sexual depravity, political intrigue, and corruption. The barbarians are within the gates sacking the city. But let us never forget that the apostles before us faced a similar situation on Pentecost when they went out to convert the whole world and bring it to Christ. We walk in their footsteps when we say "Yes!" to the Lord.

So as we celebrate the Feast of Christ the King today and begin the season of Advent next Sunday let us do it in a spirit of joy and great hope.

Because, "The people in darkness have seen a great light." There is never despair with Christ our King. He draws all people of good will to Himself."

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