Tag Archives: Babylonianism

The Demons of Europe

And when he was come to the other side into the country of the Gergesenes, there met him two possessed with devils, coming out of the tombs, exceeding fierce, so that no man might pass by that way. And, behold, … Continue reading

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When Babylon Is Dust

“Why!” exclaimed Peter. “It’s England. And that’s the house itself—Professor Kirk’s old home in the country where all our adventures began!” “I thought that house had been destroyed,” said Edmund. “So it was,” said the Faun. “But you are now … Continue reading

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Hold to the Vision

There is no grander, no more superb spectacle than that of the white men of the South standing from ’65 to ’74 quietly, determinedly, solidly, shoulder to shoulder in phalanx, as if the entire race were one man, unintimidated by … Continue reading

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Sacred to the Memory Of

Home! That was what they meant, those caressing appeals, those soft touches wafted through the air, those invisible little hands pulling and tugging, all one way! Why, it must be quite close by him at that moment, his old home… … Continue reading

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What Liberals Hath Wrought

Why do the heathen rage and the people imagine a vain thing? –Psalm 2: 1 The liberals have been in power in the countries of European origin for approximately one hundred years. And even now, when they have completely consolidated … Continue reading

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Many Are They That Rise Up Against Us

I will not be afraid of ten thousands of people, that have set themselves against me round about. Arise, O Lord; save me, O my God: for thou hast smitten all mine enemies upon the cheek bone; thou hast broken … Continue reading

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Bound in with Shame

“Light vanity, insatiate cormorant, Consuming means, soon preys upon itself.” –Richard II From first to last, the Olympic Games in Britain were, as the British intended, an attack on Shakespeare’s Britain: This happy breed of men, this little world, This … Continue reading

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