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Friday, October 28, 2016


It was then, in the black heart of the dreaded night, that I finished engorging myself on the last drops of blood of the now-pallid girl who I held in my icy claws.  I dropped the body of my victim--a willing sycophant who dared not resist me--and I passed from my still and quiet realm of darkness.

Me going to my computer
to cause Alt-Right mischief.
I entered your world through my portal--a dark art taught to me by the Archons of Delightful Evil.  My veins filled with freshly stolen vitality, I softly sat on my throne of pain, and with my soulless, lifeless white eyes, I gazed at the screen and began to work my evil.

I suppose that's how a Trump supporter from the Alt-Right is supposed to live his existence.  Even now, typing this, the beasts in my chamber are ripping apart the carcasses of those upon whom I have feasted.

Honestly, the manner of how NeverTrumps demonize us has grown staggeringly ridiculous.

People, in a Freemasonic republic controlled by amoral, unrestrained oligarchs, your culture is bound to supply you with nothing but cowardly men capable of leading no one.  In such a circumstance, you are left voting for people whom you trust will serve the will of his constituency and who will hopefully not betray you.    

And in light of these circumstances, every candidate is a wild card.

This fact is lost on most people, especially NeverTrumpers.  These Cruzlims, these cuckservatives, fail to grasp that our society was set up for failure from the beginning, and that every vote for a hopeful candidate was a vote for a man who wouldn't turn the State's gun on its own people.  This reality escapes them.

So, when Donald Trump enters the political scene, it becomes clear to one and all that he is the wildest card of them all.  From the outset, Trump appears unsafe to the NeverTrumps.  He, in fact, strikes them as a threat.

Yet, the true threat that Trump poses is that he shatters the cuckservative's delusions about our political system.  His presence in this election shows the unsteady options that are presented to us in every election, as we have become totally dependent on the nature of man for our well being.  In America, our prosperity is dependent on an unreachable class of people who are guided by nothing but their bellies and their genitals.  Trump is the epitome of such hedonism.  His bluster, his wealth, the alpha factor that he has with women--this all shatters the illusions of cuckservatives.

Indeed, the cuckservatives are quite delusional.

For the NeverTrumps, becoming the president of the United States is an apotheosis.  A man elected president is an elevation into godhood.  In perfect oxymoronic fashion, our nation's godless founding is, to them, a divine moment of word become flesh.  The signing of the Declaration of Independence is somehow an Incarnation, much the same way that God came into the world to be born as Jesus Christ.

And so, if it is true that America has a divine Manifest Destiny--whether the flavor be FreeMasonic, Mormon, or broadly deist--then it will only do to have an appropriate god-man to lead us.  The president must have all the trimmings of a wholesome dandy.  If we continue to elect posers such as McCain, Romney, or Cruz, we are somehow going to set ourselves back on a course for the wholesome 1950s.  The NeverTrumps cannot accept the circumstances for what they are--that the world has transformed into a sort of dystopic vicious place in which we are forced in accepting whatever allies we can find.

As the Right becomes ever-more surrounded by our enemies, our battle tactics become more vicious.  We switch to knives and bayonets.  We all must become soldiers.  As Anthony Esolen said in his recent article in Crisis Magazine:
The Soldier does not say, “I will fight, but only if I do not have to share the field with these others,” which others may be traditionalists, the ecumenically minded, Protestants friendly to the Catholic Church, or Catholics who disagree with him on some political point. The Soldier is grateful for his brothers in arms, and if their uniforms are a little different from his, he figures that the Lord of Hosts will sort the matter out in the end.

NeverTrumps are not soldiers at all.  They would shoot their allies in the back of the head, rather than join together in a common cause for a mutual victory.  Esolen would label these people as bitter "avengers."  He defines such characters as men who aim their rifle at Catholics...
...and many of them will be good Catholics who disagree with him about strategy. The Avenger will not go forth to war unless he approves the strategy in all its details, which of course will never happen. He prefers to be an armchair general rather than to be a private slogging in the trenches.
That describes NeverTrumpers to a tee.  They will not settle for survival.  They must have the moon.  In a dark time when sympathy and a helping hand are scarce, these traitors can only offer you their nasty attitude.  And in the end, all they prove is that in war, they should never be handed a loaded weapon, nor should anyone ever turn their backs to them--ever.

Rather than let this election be about the future of America, these people have tried focus the entire event on...their feelings.  They want America to see their hatred for Trump and anyone who votes for him.  They will go on and on, parroting Glenn Beck and articles from Red State.  They will be all over the map with their sloganeering, which only adds up to a sniveling, giant black miasma of inchoate rage.

They grasp nothing.

As a result of their ignorance and reliance on their emotions, the mismanagement of their own feelings brings destruction into the electoral process, pushing us closer to Hillary Clinton's wet dream for a Third World War.  Meanwhile, these people feel that, by destroying Trump in this election, they can happily wait--with no consequence--until the 2020 election, when they can finally vote for Ted Cruz again.

NeverTrumpers (and the shitlibs that they ultimately help) are like rabbits. Their survival instincts are to stay in a pack in a meadow, fearful to take risks, living with the idea in mind that yes, predators will grab and kill the outliers of their herd.

Trump voters and people on the Alt-Right, such as myself, are like wolves. We're unafraid of the wild, confronting the unknown and our enemies, counter-punching those that assault us, and going after what we require.

K-selected wolves take time to invest in our youth, we groom them to be just as vicious and strong as their mommies and daddies, and we show them how to hold their own. r-selected rabbits just eat up the resources and hope that some of their offspring might outlive the predators.

The rabbits would rather vote in a murderer than a meany.  Explain this contradiction to them, and emotional rhetoric is all they have to offer:
The Alt-Right is a swamp of hysterical evil...a swamp of Nazi evil beyond my initial ability to imagine.  I am the enemy of these fascist pigs.
These people can't keep up with me.  They can't grasp anything that is spoken in a dialectic conversation.  They are like liberals.  NeverTrumpers can only relate to weak-jawed, pussy-whipped promise-breakers like George Bush.  They are only capable of believing the lies of RHINOs, as anything else triggers their uncharity and hate.  They can process nothing beyond Neo-Conservative lies.  And because of them, the "Right Wing" of the past 30 years has been a pathetic ever-losing joke.

Sometimes I like to say that I've reached a certain level of disdain for the world--I like to state that I've reached Level Jonah (which, I suppose, could be the equivalent of belonging to the Kult of Kek).  And though I am ready to see the people in this world suffer for their crimes against the universe and against God, I am always open to better avenues.  The world doesn't have to burn.  I much prefer mercy to judgement.  Yet, the NeverTrumpers are more like Jonah than I would ever be.  They rail at Nineveh, begging for God to destroy it, never considering the chance that the city might right itself back on a better course.  

The thinking of NeverTrumps is hopelessly flawed.  They think that by joining the Left and destroying the Right in this election, they will set everything back to the tapioca Neo-Con days of McCain, Romney, and Rubio.  But should they succeed in sabotaging the Right's shot at winning this election, they will become utterly terrified at the ultras they will have unleashed with their idiotic and blind actions.

The political spectrum of the past has been destroyed.  "Conservative" never meant a thing.  We know it, we are coming, and we don't give a damn about what you think.


Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Prophecy from Blessed Elena Aiello

It's not the end of the world.  Just a Chastisement, is all.  Here's some good ol' fashioned prophecy from the mid-twentieth century:

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Blessed Elena Aiello (1895-1961)

“People are offending God too much. Were I to show you all the sins committed on a single day, you would surely die of grief. These are grave times. The world is thoroughly upset because it is in a worse condition than at the time of the deluge. Materialism marches on ever fomenting bloody strife and fratricidal struggles. Clear signs portend that peace is in danger. That scourge, like the shadow of a dark cloud, is now moving across mankind: only my power, as Mother of God, is preventing the outbreak of the storm. All is hanging on a slender thread. When that thread shall snap, Divine Justice shall pounce upon the world and execute its dreadful, purging designs. All the nations shall be punished because sins, like a muddy river, are now covering all the earth.

“The powers of evil are getting ready to strike furiously in every part of the globe. Tragic events are in store for the future. For quite a while, and in many a way, I have warned the world. The nation’s rulers do indeed understand the gravity of these dangers, but they refuse to acknowledge that it is necessary for all people to practice a truly Christian life to counteract that scourge. Oh, what torture I feel in my heart, on beholding mankind so engrossed in all kinds of things and completely ignoring the most important duty of their reconciliation with God. The time is not far off now when the whole world shall be greatly disturbed. A great deal of blood of just and innocent people as well as saintly priests will be poured out. The Church shall suffer very much and hatred will be at its very peak.

“Italy shall be humiliated and purged in her blood. She shall suffer very much indeed on account of the multitude of sins committed in this privileged nation, the abode of the Vicar of Christ.

“You cannot possibly imagine what is going to happen. A great revolution shall break out and the streets shall be stained with blood. The Pope’s sufferings on this occasion may well be compared to the agony that will shorten his pilgrimage on earth. His successor shall pilot the boat during the storm. But the punishment of the wicked shall not be slow. That will be an exceedingly dreadful day. The earth shall quake so violently as to scare all mankind. And so, the wicked shall perish according to the inexorably severity of Divine Justice. If possible, publish this message throughout the world, and admonish all the people to do penance and to return right away to God.”

Monday, October 24, 2016

Terrible Implements Of The Soldier Are The Birthright Of Americans.

I've been searching out this quotation for years.  I finally found it this evening.  Friends, if we're going to take this country seriously, we ought to be well-armed.
The militia of these free commonwealths, entitled and accustomed to their arms, when compared with any possible army, must be tremendous and irresistible. Who are the militia? Are they not ourselves? Is it feared, then, that we shall turn our arms each man against his own bosom. Congress have no power to disarm the militia. Their swords, and every other terrible implement of the soldier, are the birth-right of an American … the unlimited power of the sword is not in the hands of either the federal or state governments, but, where I trust in God it will ever remain, in the hands of the people.
-Founding Father Tenche Cox, 1788
Remember this quotation--and the fact that Thomas Jefferson had a fast-firing rifle with 20-shot detachable magazines--when Killary, the Cough, Clinton takes away your weapons as she remakes Amerika next year, and as the cuckservative NeverTrumps applaud her with girlish catty glee.

AR-15 with Grenade Launcher

Just remember, Americans, if you're waiting for a permission slip to be heavily armed against...evil forces...then you already have it from the founders of your own nation.

Now, I am an advocate for Catholic Monarchy, and I'm a man who is constantly harping on this nation's Enlightenment-driven Freemasonic origins.  Yet, I still recognize the fact that American society exists under the pretext that we have certain promises.  We are suppose to have several "sacrosanct guarantees" that are to be respected in this territory.  I mean, are we going to have an America, or are we not?

Here are some other useful quotations about our right to bear arms, should you need to refer to them in the near future.  

Your Permission Slip

"I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery."
- Thomas Jefferson, letter to James Madison, January 30, 1787

"No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms."
- Thomas Jefferson, Virginia Constitution, Draft 1, 1776

"To disarm the people...[i]s the most effectual way to enslave them."
- George Mason, referencing advice given to the British Parliament by Pennsylvania governor Sir William Keith, The Debates in the Several State Conventions on the Adooption of the Federal Constitution, June 14, 1788

"As civil rulers, not having their duty to the people before them, may attempt to tyrannize, and as the military forces which must be occasionally raised to defend our country, might pervert their power to the injury of their fellow citizens, the people are confirmed by the article in their right to keep and bear their private arms."
- Tench Coxe, Philadelphia Federal Gazette, June 18, 1789

Patrick Henry: "Give me liberty or give me death."
"If the representatives of the people betray their constituents, there is then no resource left but in the exertion of that original right of self-defense which is paramount to all positive forms of government, and which against the usurpations of the national rulers, may be exerted with infinitely better prospect of success than against those of the rulers of an individual state. In a single state, if the persons intrusted with supreme power become usurpers, the different parcels, subdivisions, or districts of which it consists, having no distinct government in each, can take no regular measures for defense. The citizens must rush tumultuously to arms, without concert, without system, without resource; except in their courage and despair."
- Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 28

"What country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance. Let them take arms."
- Thomas Jefferson, letter to James Madison, December 20, 1787

“They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
- Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759

Alexander Hamilton
"Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect everyone who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are ruined.... The great object is that every man be armed. Everyone who is able might have a gun."
- Patrick Henry, Speech to the Virginia Ratifying Convention, June 5, 1778

"The Constitution shall never be construed to prevent the people of the United States who are peaceable citizens from keeping their own arms."
- Samuel Adams, Massachusetts Ratifying Convention, 1788

"The right of the citizens to keep and bear arms has justly been considered, as the palladium of the liberties of a republic; since it offers a strong moral check against the usurpation and arbitrary power of rulers; and will generally, even if these are successful in the first instance, enable the people to resist and triumph over them."
- Joseph Story, Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States, 1833

Samuel Adams
"The laws that forbid the carrying of arms are laws of such a nature. They disarm only those who are neither inclined nor determined to commit crimes.... Such laws make things worse for the assaulted and better for the assailants; they serve rather to encourage than to prevent homicides, for an unarmed man may be attacked with greater confidence than an armed man."
- Thomas Jefferson, Commonplace Book (quoting 18th century criminologist Cesare Beccaria), 1774-1776

"What, Sir, is the use of a militia? It is to prevent the establishment of a standing army, the bane of liberty .... Whenever Governments mean to invade the rights and liberties of the people, they always attempt to destroy the militia, in order to raise an army upon their ruins."
- Rep. Elbridge Gerry of Massachusetts, I Annals of Congress 750, August 17, 1789

Further Statements From The Founders About Your Right To Arm Yourself

"The Constitution of most of our states (and of the United States) assert that all power is inherent in the people; that they may exercise it by themselves; that it is their right and duty to be at all times armed."
- Thomas Jefferson, letter to to John Cartwright, 5 June 1824

"A free people ought not only to be armed, but disciplined..."
- George Washington, First Annual Address, to both House of Congress, January 8, 1790

A tricked-out AR-15

"A strong body makes the mind strong. As to the species of exercises, I advise the gun. While this gives moderate exercise to the body, it gives boldness, enterprise and independence to the mind. Games played with the ball, and others of that nature, are too violent for the body and stamp no character on the mind. Let your gun therefore be your constant companion of your walks."
- Thomas Jefferson, letter to Peter Carr, August 19, 1785

"On every occasion [of Constitutional interpretation] let us carry ourselves back to the time when the Constitution was adopted, recollect the spirit manifested in the debates, and instead of trying [to force] what meaning may be squeezed out of the text, or invented against it, [instead let us] conform to the probable one in which it was passed."
- Thomas Jefferson, letter to William Johnson, 12 June 1823

"I enclose you a list of the killed, wounded, and captives of the enemy from the commencement of hostilities at Lexington in April, 1775, until November, 1777, since which there has been no event of any consequence ... I think that upon the whole it has been about one half the number lost by them, in some instances more, but in others less. This difference is ascribed to our superiority in taking aim when we fire; every soldier in our army having been intimate with his gun from his infancy."
- Thomas Jefferson, letter to Giovanni Fabbroni, June 8, 1778
An Uzi

"I ask who are the militia? They consist now of the whole people, except a few public officers."
- George Mason, Address to the Virginia Ratifying Convention, June 4, 1788

"Before a standing army can rule, the people must be disarmed, as they are in almost every country in Europe. The supreme power in America cannot enforce unjust laws by the sword; because the whole body of the people are armed, and constitute a force superior to any band of regular troops."
- Noah Webster, An Examination of the Leading Principles of the Federal Constitution, October 10, 1787

"Besides the advantage of being armed, which the Americans possess over the people of almost every other nation, the existence of subordinate governments, to which the people are attached, and by which the militia officers are appointed, forms a barrier against the enterprises of ambition, more insurmountable than any which a simple government of any form can admit of."
- James Madison, Federalist No. 46, January 29, 1788

"The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. A well regulated militia, composed of the body of the people, trained to arms, is the best and most natural defense of a free country."
- James Madison, I Annals of Congress 434, June 8, 1789

"...the ultimate authority, wherever the derivative may be found, resides in the people alone..."
- James Madison, Federalist No. 46, January 29, 1788

AK-47 M-214 Semi-Auto
"Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves."
- William Pitt (the Younger), Speech in the House of Commons, November 18, 1783

“A militia when properly formed are in fact the people themselves…and include, according to the past and general usuage of the states, all men capable of bearing arms…  "To preserve liberty, it is essential that the whole body of the people always possess arms, and be taught alike, especially when young, how to use them."
- Richard Henry Lee, Federal Farmer No. 18, January 25, 1788

"This may be considered as the true palladium of liberty.... The right of self defense is the first law of nature: in most governments it has been the study of rulers to confine this right within the narrowest limits possible. Wherever standing armies are kept up, and the right of the people to keep and bear arms is, under any color or pretext whatsoever, prohibited, liberty, if not already annihilated, is on the brink of destruction."
- St. George Tucker, Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England, 1803
Modern M67 Frag Grenade
Kill Radius 5 meters
Wound Radius: 15 meters

"The supposed quietude of a good man allures the ruffian; while on the other hand, arms, like law, discourage and keep the invader and the plunderer in awe, and preserve order in the world as well as property. The balance ofpower is the scale of peace. The same balance would be preserved were all the world destitute of arms, for all would be alike; but since some will not, others dare not lay them aside. And while a single nation refuses to lay them down, it is proper that all should keep them up. Horrid mischief would ensue were one-half the world deprived of the use of them; for while avarice and ambition have a place in the heart of man, the weak will become a prey to the strong. The history of every age and nation establishes these truths, and facts need but little arguments when they prove themselves."
- Thomas Paine, "Thoughts on Defensive War" in Pennsylvania Magazine, July 1775

"For it is a truth, which the experience of ages has attested, that the people are always most in danger when the means of injuring their rights are in the possession of those of whom they entertain the least suspicion."
- Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 25, December 21, 1787
The Mini Gun.
Only practical for bodybuilders
and powerlifters.

"[I]f circumstances should at any time oblige the government to form an army of any magnitude, that army can never be formidable to the liberties of the people while there is a large body of citizens, little, if at all, inferior to them in discipline and the use of arms, who stand ready to defend their own rights and those of their fellow-citizens. This appears to me the only substitute that can be devised for a standing army, and the best possible security against it, if it should exist."
- Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 28, January 10, 1788

Privateering: Seizing Tanks and Ships If You Must

Technically, privateering is when you have a commission as a private individual to engages in maritime warfare.  War craft, however, are no longer confined only to the ocean.

In the following 1812 letter, we read about how James Madison commissioned the owners of a private ship to engage in war.

To all who shall see these presents, Greeting:
A private luxury tank: The Ripsaw

BE IT KNOWN,That in pursuance of an act of congress, passed on the 26th day of June one thousand eight hundred and twelve, I have Commissioned, and by these presents do commission, the private armed Brig called the Prince Neufchatel of the burden of three hundred & Nineteen tons, or thereabouts, owned by John Ordronaux & Peter E. Trevall of the City & State of New York and Joseph Beylle of Philadelphia in the State of Pennsylvania Mounting eighteen carriage guns, and navigated by one hundred & twenty nine men, hereby authorizing Nicholas Millin captain, and William Stetson lieutenant of the said Brig and the other officers and crew thereof, to subdue, seize, and take any armed or unarmed British vessel, public or private, which shall be found within the jurisdictional limits of the United States, or elsewhere on the high seas, or within the waters of the British dominions, and such captured vessel, with her apparel, guns, and appurtenances, and the goods or effects which shall be found on board the same, together with all the British persons and others who shall be found acting on board, to bring within some port of the United States; and also to retake any vessel, goods, and effects of the people of the United States, which may have been captured by any British armed vessel, in order that proceedings may be had concerning such capture or recapture in due form of law, and as to right and justice shall appertain. 

Personal jet fighter: The Saker S-1

The said Nicholas Millin is further authorized to detain, seize, and take all vessels and effects, to whomsoever belonging, which shall be liable thereto according to the law of nations and the rights of the United States as a power at war, and to bring the same within some port of the United States, in order that due proceedings may be had thereon. 

This commission to continue in force during the pleasure of the president of the United States for the time being.

GIVEN under my hand and seal of the United States of America, at the City of Washington, the twelfth day of December in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fourteen and of the independence of the said states the thirty ninth.
Jas. Monroe Secretary of State.

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None of this should be controversial for us Americans, as it is a part of our country's history.  For that reason, neither should you be afraid to discuss this matter.  For not only is this kind of conduct allowed and encouraged by the nature of our country, but talk of it is even protected by the very first amendment of our Constitution.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

The Kingdom of Católica America: Part 3

Last month, I took issue with Titus Quinctius Cincinnatus' assertion that more oligarchy is a good idea for America.  In his blog post, Cincinnatus took a look at monarchy and oligarchy, and he actually decided that oligarchy was a better idea.

Has he not been paying attention to what's already happened to America in this current oligarchy?

I disagree with him.  He is wrong.  I continue to argue that a Catholic Monarchy is the best solution for America's future post-apocalyptic period.  An all-out oligarchy has the potential to become a ravenous, mindless zombie that seeks to feed its own appetite.  To recap: 
Should things become terrible, you will not know who to blame. Depending on the number of oligarchs, they could shift blame from one person to another, until you've reached the point that blame could never be properly assigned to one person. It could be "a committee's fault," or "the fault of a process," or "there was no good communication between individuals." Oligarchy keeps the individuals involved in a safe and nebulous bubble that no one can pin down. The best example of this is Hilary Clinton and her endless list of scandals.

And worst of all, as corruption grows within an oligarchy, and no one is able to pin down culprits and root out corruption, somehow power becomes more and more centralized under these oligarchs. Case in point: America in the 21st Century.
So, one more time, what's preferable: oligarchy or monarchy?  Monarchy, of course.  To further expand upon this point, I brought this matter forward to Charles Coulombe in the last Off the Menu episode.  Below you can enjoy the video and transcript yourself.

Vinnie Frankini:
Laramie Hirsch writes: "It seems to me that as oligarchs rule, things become more chaotic.  And as a population grows, power seems to solidify into an untouchable central authority. Charles touched on this in his book, Star Spangled Crown, when he discussed the boroughs and the burghs of the British Isles. A more modern example of runaway oligarchy, I think, is America's current untouchable political class.  But for your on-the-street layman, what is the difference between an oligarchy and a monarchy?

Charles Coulombe:
Well, the difference is actually pretty big.  A monarchy is, of course, a form of government.  We have a single monarch, usually but not always hereditary, which is at once legitimized and limited by tradition, and religion, and various other factors.  An oligarchy is a ruling class which may or may not be responsible to someone or another.  You can have a monarchy and an oligarchy at the same time, and you can have a Republic and an oligarchy at the same time.  You can have any form of government you'd like with an oligarchy.  But the question is: how responsive is that oligarchy to the actual needs of its subjects? What kind of check is there on its power?  
In some societies you can—oh, like Venice, for instance, which was a republic of sorts (although they had a duke, the Doge)—there was an oligarchy who--they were the ones who voted; nobody else did.  But both their religion, the almost crushing weight of custom in Venice, and a number of other factors, kept them fairly efficient as rulers for a long time.  
What you really have a problem with—and this, I think, has happened in our own country today--is when you get an oligarchy that is untraveled by any kind of tradition, has no effective check out its power, and no real belief in anything save itself.  When you have an oligarchy that no longer cares about the welfare of its subjects, then you acquire a parasite. A parasite that will kill the host unless they're overthrown, and we get a new oligarchy.
Vinnie Frankini:
 Okay.  What would be an example of a good check on an oligarchy, so that they're not a parasite?
Charles Coulombe:
Well, as I said, I brought up Venice.  But usually, when you've got an hereditary king, you've got a good check on the oligarchy, partly because it's hereditary, partly because he may rule through them, but he also has appealed to the people below them.  You see.  The King has to try to be father to all his subjects, not just those on top.
Vinnie Frankini:  What about our system? 
Charles Coulombe:
Well, in our system there is no check on the oligarchy at all.  And the oligarchy, moreover, have no belief that would restrain them.  They have a belief structure of sorts, but it's completely self-aggrandizing. The problem with it, though, is that it doesn't really confer the legitimacy of them.  What Mrs. Clinton was going on about last night was really the credo of the oligarchy.  The so-called "woman's right to choose"—infanticide—and so-called "marriage equality"—sodomy--these are what our ruling class are in to.  And it's such sexual stuff.  I mean, that's small potatoes, really.  But it's all economic, all "this worldly."  
You know, Donald, who certainly has been a member of that oligarchy, at least in financial terms for a long time, identified a couple of other members of it—George Soros, Warren Buffet.  And really, George Soros, alongside Rupert Murdoch, is like a poster child for the modern oligarchy.  Because he's not this, and he's not that.  It's not an oligarchy that's based on any ethnic unity.  It's not based on anything other than money and power.  That's why it's so hard to identify.
But, you look at a man like Rupert Murdoch.  Now, Rupert Murdoch is a world player like Soros.  He knows no boundaries.  He gave up his Australian citizenship. In Australia he is the bankroll of the Australian republican movement. In the United States, he is your Fox News and so-called Republican. But then, in Britain, he was Tony Blair's paymaster and the "mother bountiful" of the Labor Party.  These are very different roles!  And you would say: "Gee, what's his ideology?" Well, his ideology is Rupert Murdoch.  
The problem, though, is that you cannot sustain over a long period of time an oligarchy that's like that.  If all they see is themselves and their own power and their own—whatever it is going on inside those little pointed heads of theirs—then it's time they be replaced, or the fabric of society crumble.  One or the other.
I mean, to bring it down to its most basic: a society that cannot sustain itself via population will die.   You have to have bodies to bleed for you and to be milked for your treasure.  If you don't have them, then you don't have them.  The problem, of course, is that the way these folk see to remedy that is to abolish nations and to bring in all sorts of immigrants to take up the slack. When you can do that, then you change the nature of the country.  And the problem is, too, the people you bring in will not have the habits of obedience to the oligarchy that your native born did.  So, you play with fire.
You know, the old joke about the woodman who was sitting on the branch and the treme (assistant?) is busy sawing it!  And they didn't understand why he fell down and broke his neck. It was a little too tough for them to catch on to!   Our oligarchs are the same way.  They don't realize that they're doing in themselves.  And they don't care!  So!  What's not to like?

Read about how wonderful an American Catholic Monarchy can be in Charles Coulombe's book: Star Spangled Crown.  

And you can find many of Mr. Coulombe's books and free talks--as well as many other wonderful books and articles--at the Tumblar House website.  

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

The Woman of Revelations Begins At The End of The Year of Mercy

And God said: Let there be lights made in the firmament of heaven, to divide the day and the night, and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days and years. -Genesis 1:14

From a Patrick Archbold article in The Remnant, this time last year.
"On November 20, 2016, Jupiter (the King planet) enters into the body (womb) of the constellation Virgo (the virgin).   Jupiter, due its retrograde motion, will spend the next 9 ½ months within the womb of Virgo. This length of time corresponds with gestation period of a normal late-term baby.
"After 9 ½ months, Jupiter exits out of the womb of Virgo. Upon Jupiter’s exit (birth), on September 23, 2017, we see the constellation Virgo with the sun rise directly behind it (the woman clothed with the sun). At the feet of Virgo, we find the moon. And upon her head we find a crown of twelve stars, formed by the usual nine stars of the constellation Leo with the addition of the planets Mercury, Venus, and Mars."
This astronomical event is going to happen.  There is no guesswork about it.  This is not speculation.  Nor is there anything that we can do to change the motion of the planets.  The constellations will do what was just described, and the best that critics can do is to blow it off in their own mind and ridicule it as a coincidence.

Consider this passage from the Sacred Scriptures:
“And a great sign appeared in heaven: A woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of twelve stars:
And being with child, she cried travailing in birth, and was in pain to be delivered.  And there was seen another sign in heaven: and behold a great red dragon, having seven heads, and ten horns: and on his head seven diadems:
And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and cast them to the earth: and the dragon stood before the woman who was ready to be delivered; that, when she should be delivered, he might devour her son.
And she brought forth a man child, who was to rule all nations with an iron rod: and her son was taken up to God, and to his throne."  -The Book of the Apocalypse 12:1-5
 An illustration of this cosmic phenomenon can be seen below:

The beginning of this astronomical event, when Virgo becomes pregnant with Jupiter--when the virgin begins to bear the king of the gods--this will begin on November 20th of this year.

That's next month.

November 20th is also the very day that The Year of Mercy ends.  This is significant.   Andrew Bieszad emphasizes in this article the idea that God's mercy usually comes before His justice.

One of the most memorable lectures I gave my 6th grade class was about God’s love. It was a lecture that I continued to give throughout the year, as I wanted to drive the message into them because for many of these students I was their only teacher about the Faith. While I won’t go through everything the lecture went something like this:
-God is Love (1 John 4:8)
-God is perfect, and therefore God is perfect Love.
-Perfect Love contains in in absolute mercy and absolute justice
-Therefore, perfect Love must perfectly merciful and perfectly just.
I often gave this lecture alongside a picture of Dutch Painter Rogier Van Der Weyden’s The Last Judgment:
My point was well received. God is perfect Love, and He naturally demands perfect obedience to Him. We are sinners, but He offers us perfect mercy, and if we do not accept His perfect mercy, we will merit His perfect- and final -justice.
Anyone who has read Sacred Scriptures can also attest to the repetitious theme that is woven throughout both testaments: God will typically show an individual or a people mercy before He brings His justice down upon them.  Consider, for example, the story of Sodom and Gomorrah, how Abraham pleaded to God to first consider the idea that there were at least 10 good men in the city before destroying it utterly, and remember how He sent His own angels into Sodom to rescue Lot and his family.

At the time of his article, Bieszad made no mention of the astronomical "Lady of Revelations" that I am referring to.  So, in that regard, I am covering ground that he failed to consider.

However, the interesting thing is that Bieszad did make reference to the fact that the end of this astronomical event will occur on September 23rd of 2017--next year, 3 weeks before the 100th anniversary of when Our Lady of Fatima came to warn the world about what would happen if the world did not repent and if the pope did not consecrate Russia to Mary's Immaculate Heart.

For what it's worth, this event will also conclude right after the Jewish Feast of the Trumpets (which last from September 21st to the evening of the 22nd).

 And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, by reason of the confusion of the roaring of the sea and of the waves.  Men withering away for fear, and expectation of what shall come upon the whole world. For the powers of heaven shall be moved.  -Luke 21:25-26

For further reading, check out my article: For Those Who Disregard Prophecy

Zodiac information can be found at my old turf, where Tracy discusses The Celestial Sphere and the constellations within it.

Monday, October 10, 2016

Thoughts about Trump vs the Sell-outs

Here's some thoughts about The Donald that I've already stated elsewhere.

WWIII is about to start, and the wimps of our society are upset because of locker room talk.  In regards to his lewd comments of a decade ago, he's a straight male talking about hot women. I hear this kind of talk and more among the guys I interact with in my life.  (Women also talk sexually about men, you know.)  If anything, this will make women even more attracted to him.  The real sexual assaults were committed by the Clintons, but somehow, everyone forgets this.

The Republican Party is filled with men who want to be church ladies.  The Effeminates continue to pine and wish for a RHINO like Ted Cruz or Paul Ryan, who would do anything that was degrading to demonstrate how un-racist they are.

It is good that Conservative-lite cuckservatives are being exposed. Democrats celebrate the "extremism" of the Right, but this is a miscalculation on their part. They've underestimated the rage of the Right, and they will soon pay for it.  America has been awakened from their political correct slumber, thanks to Trump. This candidate has already done a TON for this country, and he's not even president yet. By ridiculing the PC cuckservative judases, Americans now have their eyes opened to reality.

For three decades, the Right has been trapped in a Bush bubble, thinking that the best they could get is to have a bone thrown their way. To hell with that.

As Vox Day said today, the fact that Trump is able to hold his own, while fighting his opponent, the mainstream and conservative medias, as well as his own sabotaging Republican party speaks very well of him and very poorly of where we are at as a society.  

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Laramie's Not Here In November

In November, I'm taking a break from The Hirsch Files for the entire month.  Until December, what posts there will be shall be brief, Facebook/Gab-styled posts.    

Hang tight.  BRB.

Saturday, October 8, 2016

A Review of: The Man Behind the Curtain -- That Book About Michael Voris

UPDATE 12/28/2016:  After visiting with some colleagues last night, I have concluded that I am uncertain that Jones was in the right for writing this book.  While it is true that Jones has the ability to dissect and deconstruct the Voris situation--ought he have done it?  Of this, I am uncertain.  It may be that this was some species of detraction on Jones' part.  This event might not be resolved in my mind for quite a while.  I have been a fan of both Jones as well as Voris to one degree or another.  For example, on Election Night, I was following the election of Donald Trump through Church Militant TV's live feed.  And I often refer to Jones' books in my discussions.

One thing is for certain, should I ever meet Michael Voris in person, I will likely thank him for the yeoman's work he's done for the Catholic community.  I have maintained for years that we need to "stop punching right," stop shooting our allies in the back of the head, and use all of the foot soldiers, berserkers, and commandos that we have at our disposal.

I will also thank Jones for all of the heavily-researched 1000+ pages of historical and cultural deconstruction that he has done for us all.  The tomes that Jones has written are unmatched and essential weapons in this ongoing culture war that seeks to destroy us all.

If I can enjoy Vox Day's Alt-Right victories, in spite of his denial of the Holy Trinity, or if I can laugh and cheer on Milo Yannanopolis as he eviscerates liberals, in spite of his flaming self-destruction, then I can certainly remain a fan of others on my side who may have checkered pasts.

I'm a flawed guy, too.


Earlier this year, you may have heard that E. Michael Jones published a book about a curious phenomenon in the Catholic community. He wrote a brief e-book that covered the scandals and homosexual past of Church Militant TV's Michael Voris.

However, Jones' book is something of a phenomenon in and of itself. Readers of his book, The Man Behind the Curtain: Michael Voris and the Homosexual Vortex, will surely get more than they asked for, as Jones endeavors to smuggle in his own editorial review of the Traditional Catholic movement.

From the outset, Jones' book comes off as a delicious--almost gossipy--profile of the narcissistic homosexual flavor that is sewn throughout the Church Militant TV (CMTV) culture. For example, following in the footsteps of Gerard van den Aardweg, Jones goes over how homosexual desire can stem from a lack of same-sex adaptation. These same desires are rooted in a hyperdramatic narcissism, which many consider unquestionable in the case of Michael Voris.
"Plato said that when a man creates any institution, it will mirror the state of his soul. The cult-like atmosphere at Church Militant seemed to bear out what the philosopher said. Deprived of the possibility of using a parish to serve his spiritual narcissism, Voris created an "apostolate," a code word for his self-ordained position as savior of the Catholic Church.
"Becoming a crusader for Catholicism was in many ways the worst thing Voris could have done after his conversion, because by putting himself in the limelight, he simply hardened and exacerbated the narcissism that lay at the root of his neurosis and was the cause of his homosexuality."
Voris' melodramatic damage control (when he "came out" in his April 21, 2016 video, "Limiting God") affirms Plato's claim. After his supposed departure from homosexuality, Voris wasted no time in striving to become admired. He rushed to become a Church spokesman and a fighter of corruption. Affirming his own ego is precisely what led to scenes of Voris riding horses, holding swords, and talking about the importance of masculinity.

As it was, Voris was a neophyte--a new convert to his belief. In spite of the fact that the Church has long held prohibitions against neophytes becoming public figures, Voris had no problem with bypassing the necessary time to heal from his poisoned mind. The outlet of the media would always be there as his soapbox--especially considering that he owned the media company, Concept Communications, LLC.

Voris would go to the media format with his message, in spite of what 1 Timothy would have to say about such a move:
"[I]f a man knows not how to rule his own house, how shall he take care of the church of God? Not a neophyte: lest being puffed up with pride, he fall into the judgement of the devil." -1 Timothy 3:5-6
E. Michael Jones delivers all of this insight and more. He tells of Voris exploding at his spiritual advisor when the latter tried to introduce CMTV's young executive producer to a woman. We are told that Christine Niles had four children with a man in an irregular marriage, but then left him to work with Voris and eventually become his fag hag. We learn that because he was both president of St. Michael's Media and the CEO of his own Concept Communications, Voris was able to personally profit from tax-exempt money that moved from St. Michael's Media to Concept. We are shown e-mails, told of Voris' childhood nicknames, informed about his brief life in seminary, and many other meaty topics.

On what premise does Jones justify discussion of these, seemingly, internal squabbles? He told me directly after I asked him.
Laramie Hirsch: Dr. Jones, as it is with all of your books, I very much enjoyed reading The Man Behind the Curtain: Michael Voris and the Homosexual Vortex. But there is a nagging question in my mind that I cannot answer on my own. And I figure that someone will eventually ask you this question in the future, so here it goes.
What was your motivation for writing this book? What purpose does it serve? Some accuse you of writing something to be gossipy and to make a quick sensational buck. However, this account was very eye-opening and it confirmed suspicions. Now, if I view the Vortex, I have some context for the source of my information. Am I missing anything?
This book led to my purchase of The Catholic Church and the Cultural Revolution just last week.
A fan. –LH
E Michael Jones: I wrote the book first of all to explain what really happened. Secondly, I wrote it to clarify the theological points that everyone was missing in the discussion. The dominant culture's downplaying of the true magnitude of this sin combined with Catholics ignoring the Church's teaching on penance and adopting the Protestant notion of cheap grace made this story incomprehensible.
Laramie Hirsch: Thank you very much for your reply. Yes, this is a case study of how cheap grace can turn into a time bomb for a lot of unsuspecting bystanders. Keep up the writing, and good luck on your upcoming travels.

Jones was in a unique position to explain what happened with Voris and CMTV. He was there. He had been a guest on their show, and he had even led a talk alongside Voris in February, shortly before the "coming out" fiasco in April.

Indeed, Voris' situation was a small glimpse of the overall problem facing Protestant America. The idea of cheap grace causes one to run all over the established norms of morality and social life. Who can argue with that? Rather than "convalesce" and recover from the real damage done during a life of sin, Michael Voris went all out, projecting into the public square his frustrations with his homosexual struggle.

In Jones' book, he basically repeats his statement to me. Americans internalized a Protestant view of grace, ignoring nature and the gravity of sin.
"According to that theology of cheap grace, both the stain and wound disappear in the emotional rush that occurs when the sinner gets washed in the Blood of the Lamb. This is clearly how Luther viewed it, and Calvin picked up the notion from him. Viewed negatively, this form of Protestant cheap grace obliterates all of the bad habits we had acquired as sinners, even extremely vicious habits like sodomy, which have a deranging effect on the mind and personal prudence."
Jones concludes that Voris' "coming out" Vortex episode was hardly Catholic at all. I have to agree. Reading Jones' account, it is clear that Michael Voris was stepping over many in his own organization in order to implement damage control.

The week of Voris' "coming out," even Chris Ferrara commented to Steve Skojec on the latter's blog:
"Transparency triggered by someone else threatening to reveal your past is not transparency. It's a PR tactic called "getting ahead of the story."

"Real transparency is nothing being hidden from the beginning, especially something as horrendous as this. Had Voris come clean at the outset and had made it his theme that homosexuality is not an "orientation" but a disorder from which one can recover with God's grace, then we could speak of transparency. But had he made that admission at the outset, I rather doubt he could have achieved any prominence as a member of the Catholic Internet commentariat.

"My question is how does someone with a past like this, even if he is right with God today, get to be a public commentator issuing judgments against the likes of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre?

"My view is that the only appropriate response to Voris's revelations is an embarrassed silence, and certainly not a ringing defense of his "transparency," of which there was really none. "
In the past, I've already asked: What would Voris' apostolate resemble if, from the beginning, he were a professed former gay man? That would be true transparency. But in reality, the package we got with Voris was not transparent at all. I can therefore agree with Jones that Church Militant TV was malformed from the beginning, and that Voris' past has shaped the organization in a cultish fashion.

It may surprise my readers to know, however, that I still believe that CMTV has yet done some good in spite of itself. Two examples that come to mind is the defense of blogger Vox Cantoris, when he was coming under a lawsuit by Fr. Rosica. And let us not forget when Michael Voris revealed to the world that there was language favoring homosexuality during the Synod on the Family. I cannot discount these and other good things that CMTV has done.

In the troubled age of the Conciliar Church, the sheep are left to themselves. They become wild and feral. This is the result by being abandoned by our spiritual fathers. And when I take that into consideration, I am unsure that I can turn a complete cold shoulder towards what Michael Voris has done.

Now, a moment ago, I mentioned Chris Ferrara. That brings me to the next major point about Michael Jones' book.

Jones Attacks Traditional Catholics

I am a huge fan of E. Michael Jones. His work is second to none. I intend to read all of his books. I would love an autographed copy of one of them.

Therefore, as jovial as I can be, with as much good will as I can muster, I must address the obvious fact that Jones harbors no love for the Traditionalist Catholics who read him. I will do my best to be a happy adversary to this man. However, what he has done with his book is quite sad.

Jones mentions many of the commentators that we keep up with in our circles. He makes mention of Steve Skojec, Ann Barnhardt, Michael Matt, Chris Ferrara, Mother Angelica, as well as the SSPX. Perhaps, in learning that he mentions these names, you are heartened to know that Jones is familiar with some element of the Traditional Catholic community. Why, Jones is even aware of the short fuse of Fr. Rosica!

However, it is those last three I mentioned--Ferrara, Mother Angelica, and the SSPX--that Jones singles out to attack. Jones attacks The Remnant, and even EWTN, lumping them in the same category as Church Militant TV.

For starters, Jones relates to a "wound" in Mother Angelica's past, and he claims that this damage done to her had shaped the rest of her apostolate. He discusses how, during the Depression, her father had abandoned the family when she was six years old, and this caused the family to fall into poverty. Finally, as a girl, she was subjected to ridicule at the Catholic school that she attended.

Somehow, according to Jones, this all made Mother Angelica a self-absorbed human being:
The fact that Mother Angelica never acted on the childhood wound sexually does not mean that the wound wasn't there. The narcissism that flowed from it gradually found expression in her apostolate as well, in ways uncannily similar to what happened at Church Militant.
Obviously, at this point, Jones is comparing EWTN to CMTV, citing narcissistic personalities as the cause for these organizations to violate Canon 1373:
"One who publicly either stirs up hostilities or hatred among subjects against the Apostolic See or against an ordinary on account of some act of ecclesiastical power or ministry or incites subjects to disobey them is to be punished by an interdict or by other just penalties."
Jones does not like the idea that the sheep are criticizing the shepherds. He does not like the fact that laity, or those close to them, criticize bishops.

Jones ridicules Chris Ferrara. Interestingly, he agrees that it has always been ridiculous for CMTV to criticize bishops yet simultaneously leave the pope uncriticized:
"Ferrara rightly dismissed [Terry] Carroll's explanation of why it was okay to criticize bishops but not the bishop of Rome as theological 'nonsense.' ... Ferrara's position was that Voris should criticize the bishops and the pope."
Yet, Jones does not want any kind of criticism of bishops whatsoever. And Ferrara's and Mother Angelica's critical stance towards corrupt clergy--in Jones' mind--lumps them both in the same category as Michael Voris.
"Just as he failed to detect Voris' homosexual narcissism during the week he spent with Voris in Gardone, Ferrara missed the narcissism at the root of Mother Angelica's outburst during the 1993 World Youth Day Stations of the Cross incident. Ferrara's approach to both Voris and Mother Angelica was similar. As long as they toed the traditionalist line and made favorable noises about the Latin Mass, Fatima, etc., Ferrara was willing not only to give them a pass but to ascribe their misbehavior to underlings who lurked behind the curtain."
Jones will not give Ferrara a pass. The latter cannot plead ignorance. From the beginning, Catholics wondered what made Michael Voris seem so "off," but no one could put their finger on it--not even Michael Jones, who was CMTV's guest several times. However, in Ferrara's case, he was blinded because of his desire to attack bishops.

Returning to the topic of Mother Angelica's conduct, Jones says:
"[I]nstead of bringing liturgical abuse to the attention of Bishop Stafford privately, Mother Angelica denounced him publicly in a way that bespoke--dare we say it?--narcissism and self-dramatization."
So, again, Jones is trying to tack Mother Angelica onto a book about the Michael Voris scandal. Dare I suggest that these unnecessary references to unfashionable and "unmodern" Catholics bespeaks of Jones' own personal narcissism? After all, this book about Voris could have existed without any reference to his adversaries.

And, again, I am only halfway joking about possible hubris on the part of Jones. For, in the very beginning of Man Behind the Curtain, he waxes on about his debate in the 1990s with Michael Davies, and he goes on about how that debate and a 1993 article managed to single-handedly inspire Terry Carrol and Michael Voris to go to war with the SSPX. He coyly asks: "Was I in charge at CMTV? Was I the man behind the curtain without knowing it?"

These tacked-on attacks against other Catholics make for uneven reading with Man Behind the Curtain. Jones does summarize the mission of this book towards the end--that message being the effect of Protestant-styled cheap grace. However, what does Voris' cheap grace have to do with the non-existent narcissism of Mother Angelica and Chris Ferrara? The answer: absolutely nothing.

Jones has crippled his own book with these spurious half-truths. The book, as a whole, is a disjointed piece with some meaty parts sandwiched in between a second agenda. Either one-fifth to one-fourth of the book is an attempted attack on anyone who dares to criticize corrupt clergy.

The Strawman

So, what is the real point of this book, and who is the strawman? Is the strawman that Jones beats up Michael Voris, or is it Traditional Catholics? And the point of the book: is it Voris' narcissism, or the errors of publicly active Catholics? What is to blame for Church Militant TV's debacle: cheap Protestant grace, or the act of criticizing bishops?

Man Behind the Curtain shows E. Michael Jones' disdain for bringing up the shortcomings of clergy. This contempt endures, even though Jones is opposed on this issue by St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Augustine, and Sts. Peter and Paul. His condescension for Traditionalist Catholics will continue, no matter what holes reside in his arguments against the SSPX. Jones' stance against the Catholics in this book may, likely, continue--in spite of the fact that none of the people mentioned have broken Canon Law 1373--a law, which I might add, that Pope Francis and his St. Gallen Mafia work to subvert on an almost daily basis.

Pope Francis says we should "raise Hell!" I cannot see how E. Michael Jones has a problem with that, since the pope, who is beyond criticism in his eyes, suggested it.

In the end of his book, Jones gives the last word to the bloggers Maureen Mullarkey and Catholic in Brooklyn, as well as Fr. Rosica (of all people). These last three dance on the grave of Michael Voris' reputation. But could it not be argued that they also are dancing on the condemned reputation of Traditionalist Catholics? That is to say, could it be that Jones hopes that Michael Voris' humiliation will be extended to those other Catholics who he has named? Could it be safely said that Jones lumps them all together?

In the end, after deconstructing his book in this manner, I am left questioning the intention of Jones' book--even though Jones told it to me plainly, himself.

Though I disagree with E. Michael Jones and what he tried to do with this book, that is no reason for me to lump him into a dark dustbin of negativity forever, even though that seems to be what Jones has done with those he's disagreed with. It will be a good day when the man takes on other projects.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Even the Modern Catechism Acknowledges the Emergency

Seriously, even the writers of the Catechism had to acknowledge that the Church would become darkened, and that She would not "progressively ascend," as Modernist hierarchy would have you think we are doing. 

No.  The day will become dark, and only God will have the victory.  Númenóreans and Hobbits won't save the day on this one, friends.  Nor Gandalf.  Only God will.

I just can't get over the fact that so many think that everything is as it has always been, and it's just hunky dory.  The bolded emphasis is mine.

The Church's ultimate trial
675 Before Christ's second coming the Church must pass through a final trial that will shake the faith of many believers. The persecution that accompanies her pilgrimage on earth will unveil the "mystery of iniquity" in the form of a religious deception offering men an apparent solution to their problems at the price of apostasy from the truth. The supreme religious deception is that of the Antichrist, a pseudo-messianism by which man glorifies himself in place of God and of his Messiah come in the flesh.
676 The Antichrist's deception already begins to take shape in the world every time the claim is made to realize within history that messianic hope which can only be realized beyond history through the eschatological judgment. The Church has rejected even modified forms of this falsification of the kingdom to come under the name of millenarianism, especially the "intrinsically perverse" political form of a secular messianism.
677 The Church will enter the glory of the kingdom only through this final Passover, when she will follow her Lord in his death and Resurrection. The kingdom will be fulfilled, then, not by a historic triumph of the Church through a progressive ascendancy, but only by God's victory over the final unleashing of evil, which will cause his Bride to come down from heaven. God's triumph over the revolt of evil will take the form of the Last Judgment after the final cosmic upheaval of this passing world.

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Internet Freedom: Pissing Away An Inheritance

I have discussed before how various websites have been working to censor the Right.  YouTube's censorship of Davis Aurini for talking about philosophy and the Bible is the first thing that came to my mind.

But let's not forget YouTube's new Stalin-rific! censorship tactics, in which the company tries to de-monetize vloggers who dare to question Leftism.  Want to get advertisement payment for discussing the FBI's investigation of Hillary Clinton?  Don't count on it.  Youtube has gone down a Soviet-styled path to its own destruction.  It is even employing a volunteer staff that will flag videos en masse, and many comments that fail the litmus test of Leftist groupthink will be removed.

Perhaps you've heard of Milo Yiannopoulos, and the fact that Twitter and its panel of Leftists decided to ban him, based on the conduct of his fans?  How such a platform expects to survive is laughable speculation, as Milo, himself, will joke.  Twitter is on a veritable banning spree this year, blocking and shutting down anyone on the Right whom they deem unfit.

Bullying and propaganda-styled speech control on Twitter has reached far beyond Milo, of course.  In response to Twitter blocking hyperlinks to his own website, Vox Day said:
"I just don't see any point in providing free content to a site that not only thought-polices that content, but blocks access to my primary content."  
Twitter is headed for the dumpster.  After witnessing their banishment of Instapundit, one can only conclude that they are running on the fumes of a failed economic model.

Facebook?  The other titan of social media?  Forget about it.  Mark Zuckerberg's company is completely owned by the Left, and it is primed and ready to censor and punish those who parrot something that the Facebook archons dislike.  

In Germany, for example, the wildly successful chancellor, Mother Merkel--who everyone just loves and wants to be chancellor forever--along with her cronies in the German government, have attempted to use Facebook as a blunt tool to hammer at anyone who dares to utter "hate speech" or anything that counters the liberal pro-Islamic "immigrant" narrative.

As the Telegraph's Jane Fae darkly joked last month, Facebook is imposing prissy American censorship on the world.
"Facebook's immense cultural influence is pervasive and pernicious; an anaemic American liberalism dressed up as high-mindedness which few people in government, until recently, have been prepared to stand up to."
With such a reputation, is it unreasonable to expect Facebook to go the way of MySpace?  Can you even remember MySpace?

But the biggest and most horrible move of all was played by President Obama, himself.  Just this week, the United States has signed away control of the very Internet it produced for the world.  Our president just gave it away.

The details?  Basically, the Obama administration's Commerce Department has agreed (as far back as two years ago) to cede control of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).

Suspiciously and ironically enough, this all gets to happen during election season.

Who will get ICANN?  An international "multi-stakeholder" group, and no single government.  In other words, an oligarchy.  And what happens with oligarchies?  Power becomes centralized and oppressive.

Expect this power to find its way into the hands of the UN, which is run by a vast array of Marxist and Islamic power.

What does this mean for us?  Think "the internet in China."  Free speech is not a global phenomenon.  It is particular to America.  So, should the new oligarchs find speech from the Right to be offensive, it will be quelled one way or another.

Various Alt-Right solutions are being constructed to counter the stifling thought policing that is going on with current popular social media.  Alt-Tech solutions, such as Gab and Big Fork have been in the works and are ready to roll out.  Vloggers, such as my colleague Davis Aurini, have begun to consider pointing themselves away from YouTube and towards the unencumbered territories of Patreon and Vimeo.

But no matter how we evolve online, no matter what enclaves people may engineer for themselves in the near future, none of it matters if the Internet itself is controlled by our hostile enemies.

Who Is To Blame?

Why and how could this have happened, you ask?  This happened because Obama hates you.  He certainly hates me.  He hates Americans.  He hates America's roots and what it has stood for.  This man is filled with malice, and it brings him great personal joy to deliver the Internet Frontier over to barbaric and greedy global interests.  You are Obama's enemy, and he wants to take this away from you.

President Obama wants to remake America into a multicultural hell, absent of any trace of sensible values, where the colonial white man of the West is reduced to a manageable and persecutable minority.  He is the perfect synthesis of Leftist hate for Western Civilization.  After all, if it's one thing that Leftists hate, it's the society that birthed them and tolerates them.

As an aside, consider this completely different personality: Charles Coulombe.  Like President Obama, Charles Coulombe would like to restructure America, starting at the roots.  In his latest book, Star Spangled Crown, he fantasizes about reshaping America into a monarchy from the bottom up.  But unlike Barry Sotero, Coulombe harbors no hatred for America's heritage:
"I have had the pleasure of travelling throughout this Country, and have experienced at first hand and so come to love its regions--not merely New York City and the Hudson Valley where I was born, nor only California where I have lived most of my life, or my father's native New England, but the legend and war-haunted South, the rest of the Mid-Atlantic, the Midwest and the Far West.  The folklore of each of the States enchants me, as does their history.  Indian lore and Black culture, the cultures brought by various waves of immigrants--our entire American story is enthralling--at least I have always found it so, from the first time I picked up an American Heritage when I was six to my last coast-to-coast road trip a few months ago.  Truly, I love this Country of ours savagely; but I love her for what she is, not for what some accuse her of or pretend her to be."  
This is a man who is appreciative of everything that was put into this country to make it great.  These are the words of a man who does not take our inheritance for granted.  Rather, he cherishes it.  Contrast this bright-hearted statement to the malice of Obama and the other Leftist oligarchs that run this country.  They hold no love for the average man.  They rush to declare that America is no longer a Christian country, and they ridicule "those fools with their guns and their bibles!"

Obama wants to change this nation as much as possible because he hates most of it.  He is not an American.  He has been a globe-trotting "world citizen" since the days of his childhood, when his mother was abandoned by his drunk bigamist father.

Your president will therefore cast your free speech into the fire.

Imagine, if you will, a dying man bequeathing his estate to his son.  The son has received a house, a car, and a great deal of money.  And yet, the son hates his father.  So he sets the house on fire, takes all the money, and drives off in the car to gamble, buy drugs, and whore around.  Later, he wrecks the car.  Such has been this president.

And yet, he was elected twice.

A man of this wicked caliber, serving a full two terms in office, bespeaks of a poor electorate.  Our society, like this president, hates its fathers.  Obama is merely a reflection of Americans.  Our people hate everything and everyone who worked hard in the past to deliver us our current prosperity.

In a way, our people have a death wish.  Yes, there is a chance that Donald Trump could win the presidency this November.  But the leftward trend of the American Mind is undeniable.

And, I assure you, were we to read the tea leaves and examine the soul of our people in America today, we would not only find a collective mind that despises its father--we would see a mind that hates that it was even born.

For this reason, we will lose everything.    

For further insight, consider listening Sefan Molyneux on this issue: