Tag Archives: sanity

When Nothing Else Works

It’s not for everyone. Perhaps it’s a good time to remind ourselves that Radix Fidem is not meant to be universal, something that represents the one true path of faith for the whole human race. Honestly, it’s quite the opposite. … Continue reading

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A Dearth of Sanity and Trust

Ostensibly, we pay attention to things on at least three different levels. First is the ambient culture in which we live; we can’t escape it completely and being aware of its foibles is necessary if we are to have a … Continue reading

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Nightmares and Dreams

The bankers dream of a world where most everyone is dehumanized. They envision a world mostly impoverished and willing to serve in activities that allow the bankers to maintain their control. They know that for every trooper in the field, … Continue reading

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The Nature of Nationalism

This is another get-to-know-me. God reveals Himself as an Eastern feudal lord. That’s the best way to understand how He reigns over His Creation. It’s a personal feudal relationship. If you understand that at all, you understand a primary need … Continue reading

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Step Out of the Darkness

It’s almost funny how spying works. We see the spying agencies and their officials creating multiple false realities with such frequency that no one is surprised when they solemnly insist that innocuous things are a threat to national security. You … Continue reading

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Globalist Google

While there’s nothing new, I wanted to refer you to an article that nicely sums up what I already knew about Google: Julian Assange — “Google is Not What it Seems” — They “Do Things the CIA Cannot”. Everything Google … Continue reading

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Don’t Waste It

We could comment prophetically on the scene around us. For example, the Civil Rights Movement — it’s not as if there were no real problems there, but they were never solved. Instead, new problems were introduced because, whatever it was … Continue reading

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