Most people tell me they don’t believe in religions, but what they do not understand is how they are both feets in, whatever they like or not. Mass immigration, interracial relationships, feminism, forgiveness, tolerance, fornication, drinking, etc. Major topics drawing the line in the sand between left and right, but also the shape of the new religion: Cultural Marxist Hedonism, which we could also call Nihilist Hedonism. Yet, for everyone the blame goes on the Christians. Seen as guilty, stupid or as a useful idiot, the Christian is the comfortable scapegoat of the moment, since he is the only one not to hit back.
Before anything, I am not a priest, nor a theologian, but it happens that I was blessed with the gift of reading, and thinking! And in any case it doesn’t take a genius to note how biblical verses have been jeopardized for political reasons. Few minutes listening to most priests in fact make me nervous for their words resonate like MSM, with a touch of liberal cherry picked Biblical bullshit. In particular, the one verse every western Christian has been repeated all his childhood:
You have heard that it was said, “An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.” But I say to you, Do not resist the one who is evil. But if anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also. And if anyone would sue you and take your tunic, let him have your cloak as well. And if anyone forces you to go one mile, go with him two miles. Give to the one who begs from you, and do not refuse the one who would borrow from you.
In a nutshell, taken out of context, and for useful idiots Christian 2.0: “dear devil, come and piss on my head, then fuck my wife, and that’s ok, you can piss on my other cheek now”.
I know that some of you are already blabbering “go fuck yourself with your Abrahamic shit; you ain’t even a native English speaking man”. Most likely clever guys who read all Roman and Greek philosophy, the entire Bible (multiple times), speak Aramaic, Syriac, Coptic, Latin, Greek, German, French, Russian etc. Geniuses who do not write a book because it would be too much for everyone. For the rest of the common mortals who are open-minded enough to read, think and discuss, they will just agree that Jesus – in gospels and in history – was much more complex that the few sentences attributed to him in satanic Churches. Indeed, there are too many historic documents, apocryphal gospels and scriptures to judge so fast. In a nutshell, using Jesus as a complete liberal idiot to justify a cultural Marxist, hedonist, or pagan agenda is either full of ignorance, either dishonest. Neither of those is Christian, nor Greco-Roman, nor Pagan. Likely, as Bart D. Ehrman describes, Jesus was not what he was described, but who cares? Because whether you believe in god or not doesn’t really matters, even for Jesus:
Therefore I say to you, any sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven people, but blasphemy against the Spirit shall not be forgiven. “Whoever speaks a word against the Son of Man, it shall be forgiven him; but whoever speaks against the Holy Spirit, it shall not be forgiven him, either in this age or in the age to come.
According to the Epistle to the Galatians: “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.“ The fruit is contrasted with the Works of the Flesh.
I let you reflect on the meaning. At least for me, it is clear that the holy spirit is the spiritual representation of god, part of us and part of the world. In short, Jesus doesn’t care for who you believe in or not, but rather for who you are and what you do. A personal philosophy before all, but nothing astonishing when you know that Christianity is an aggregate of the philosophies of the Roman and Greek heritage. As Dawkins – one of the biggest atheist and evolutionist savant, opposed to Christianity but strangely agnostic supporter of Judaism – notes:
At least, the simple fact that the most powerful people in this world are religious – but not Christian, matters. And the simple fact that numerous journalists are Jewish themselves proves that the MSM critics towards Christianity are not totally objective, else equal (if not more) amount of articles against Judaism and Islam should be produced. Honestly, when was the last time you read in a newspaper “Judaism by default is gone”. Does it sound even a little bit anti-Semitic? This being said, I don’t blame Jews, nor Muslims. Social groups, meta-programs are what they are – memes as Howard Bloom names them.
Hence, the key question here is not god but rather the political instrumentation of a philosophy of life in order to foster a change of values in society, and centralise the power/resources of the hands of the few. I intend here to show how Christian values ARE NOT the problem, and how Christianity – a traditional version – is closer to the solution than the problem. So let’s talk about Christian core values, not spiritual beliefs.
The roots of the Christian values are called the 4 cardinal virtues and were introduced by Plato in the the Republic. They are the following:
- Prudence: Aristotle defined prudence as recta ratio agibilium, “right reason applied to practice.” It is the virtue that allows us to judge correctly what is right and what is wrong in any given situation. In short, before acting, you should think.
- Justice: while we often use justice in a negative sense (“He got what he deserved”), justice in its proper sense is positive. Injustice occurs when we as individuals or by law deprive someone of that which he is owed. Legal rights can never outweigh natural ones.
- Fortitude: Fortitude allows us to overcome fear and to remain steady in our will in the face of obstacles, but it is always reasoned and reasonable; the person exercising fortitude does not seek danger for danger’s sake. Prudence and justice are the virtues through which we decide what needs to be done; fortitude gives us the strength to do it.
- Temperance: temperance is the restraint of our desires or passions. Food, drink, and sex are all necessary for our survival, individually and as a species; yet a disordered desire for any of these goods can have disastrous consequences, physical and moral.
Already here, you note that these values are quite opposed to cultural Marxism and liberalism, which open the path to nihilism, amorality and hedonism. Unlike Marxism which primarily focuses on economic inequalities and economic classes, Cultural Marxism see culture as a main cause for many different kinds of inequalities:
- Race (Whites/non-Whites)
- Culture (Western/non-Western)
- Family (nuclear family/non-nuclear family)
- Religion (Christianity/atheism and religious minorities)
- Gender (men/women)
- Sexual orientation (heterosexual/LGBT)
On the other hand, liberalism leads to hedonism. The breaking of religion – Christianity only in the west, since Judaism was never attacked – without its replacement with the Greco-Roman foundations leaves the door open to what is called the “devil” in Christianity. In short:
- Prudence is replaced by consumption and impatience
- Justice is replaced by equality, which is itself split into race-culture-family-religion-gender-sexual orientation. A good person – the Just – is therefore a liberal, and the devil is a White-Western-Married-Christian-Man-Straight.
- Fortitude is replaced by individualism where any reason is good enough to leave the responsibility on others, and where excuses are given for not having any discipline (e.g. obesity)
- Temperance is replaced by over-consumption where the instant satisfaction is essential and constantly increasing (e.g. Facebook, Tinder, alcohol, drugs, obesity)
The virtues were then translated into the 7 heavenly virtues in light of the 7 sins, as showed here:
As you see, Christian virtues origin from basic sins. They are called “virtues”, and to some extent are based on Stoicism. Yes, as the German theologian Bruno Bauer shows, Christianity owes more to Greco-Roman philosophy than Judaism. Hard hit for the 19th which cost him his job at the university of Bonn.
These virtues are attributes that every real Christian tries to develop inside him in order to become a better person. So, let’s go one by one and expose how the current Christianity 2.0 is not aligned with the core Christian values, and therefore not Christian at all.
- Chastity: this value derives from the sexual morality in the Bible. One should focus on higher things than sex, for both men and women. Chastity is opposed to fornication, a precept in fact fostered by Freud (Jewish) and Kinsey but supported today by the universal sexual rights. I believe that today everyone can see how sexual liberation has led to a world of injustice and the disintegration of the family unit.
- Temperance: setting personal boundaries to your own desires. It is not based on death sentence, but on free will. It is about not abusing of our physical impulses. And today is exactly the opposite. Consumption is a goal per se for the masses. Profits, hedonism.
- Charity: the free and individual choice of helping other individuals. As such, it is completely opposed to a system taking by force your hard earned money. In fact, taking advantage of others, taking the benefits of someone else’s work is contrary to Christian values. The same goes for usury, and this is also where Christians split with Jewish laws, where usury is allowed, but only towards non Jews. So, our abusive financial and socialist system doesn’t derive from Christianity, but in fact, is opposed to it.
- Diligence: hedonism encourages de facto the minimisation of effort to satisfy one’s pleasure. You should have everything, now. The notions of investment and discipline are exactly the opposite of what the western society is today.
- Patience: again, our hedonistic society is not patient. Companies have no leadership, preferring diversity and pretty colourful slides to the patience required to build something strong and real. Short term gains are privileged over long term investment. Like a child cries instantly, the modern woman screams and now uses the #metoo as a tool to sue innocent men. In terms of relationships, tinder, badoo and Facebook are mere symptoms of an impatient and hedonistic society. Again, Christianity has nothing to do there.
- Kindness: for Christians, valuing what we have and what we receive is essential. But also showing kindness to people. Yet, that doesn’t mean supporting your own genocide, helping theft or letting anyone step on you. The Christian has a duty to oppose what is bad. Ever heard about the Just War? Our society is not based on kindness, it is based on the extraction of resources from white men to others. There is absolutely no Christianity in it, quite on the opposite.
- Humility: a Christian respects the achievements of others. He seeks not to take pride in what other did, nor to take advantage of the weak. How does our totalitarian leftist system show humility? Through anti-discrimination laws?
In addition, these values have to be applied with consistency. Cherry picking is what Catholicism 2.0 has been doing now and then, and I repeat it: that ain’t Christian, nor Greco-Roman.
So, I invite you, Christian or not, to reflect on these values and to decide for yourself if you agree with them values or not. Think about them, and decide for yourself if you think that they represent exactly what is missing in our society. Honestly, if these values and links can lead you to personal conclusions, I am happy. I don’t intend saying here that I have all answers. In any case, Christianity is a reflection of the Greco-Roman values, and its facets are multiple. It is a personal faith before all that is NOT RESPONSIBLE for what happens now. Its tolerance was jeopardised to change it into Nihilism and Hedonism, which ARE THE RESPONSIBLES. So, hitting on Christianity won’t solve the issue, it will make it graver. On the contrary, a return to traditional values would improve drastically our social condition, at many levels.
In any case, Christianity is a (Juedo)-Greco-Roman philosophy of life that can guide us during our personal reflections, but also when we need to choose a path. Its political usage has to be distinguished from its philosophical foundations, for opposing it drastically without a sound and self-reflected alternative might result in personal and societal nihilism.