Tag Archives: Political activism

Keeping Track of Stuff

Contemplate the moral fabric with your heart. Consider the known history of humanity. It makes no difference what anyone suggests or promotes or agitates for, because the outcome is already in plain sight. First, let’s describe what we are not … Continue reading

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Mass Distraction

Just in case you’re wondering: I know there is nothing I can do to stop the Antifas and White heritage groups from killing each other. Just keep in mind that virtually every Klan group or similar organization in the US … Continue reading

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Unchained Vision, Part 2

If you can grasp the mystical image of reality to any degree, then it should be less of a struggle to handle what follows. You are the only person on this earth who can know in fullness God’s calling on … Continue reading

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Nothing Personal, But It’s Personal

There is nothing particularly virtuous, nor sinful, about activism. Start with holy cynicism and not taking yourself too seriously. If activism is simply a part of your personal character, then be activist. Do it because it’s essential to who you … Continue reading

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Go Big or Go Home

The question is always the same whether it’s politics or war: Cui bono? If your dream is to destroy a moral evil on the earth, take away the profit. I hear activists talking about the need to stop this or … Continue reading

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Non-partisan Support

We don’t encourage activism because it brings you too close to idolatry. It traps you in the Western mode of thinking and material reality. We don’t promote “Christian” virtues as law because it reduces religion to mere legalism. What we … Continue reading

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What’s Going On 03

It turns out the symptoms exhibited by my tower system point to a simple hard drive failure, after all. I’m waiting until I can afford to replace it and try again. I’ll probably try to run FreeBSD on it; I’ve … Continue reading

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