Tag Archives: grazers

The Man of Sorrows is the Counter-Revolution

Sorrowing, sighing, bleeding, dying, Sealed in the stone-cold Tomb. -John Henry Hopkins, Jr. ______________________________ I always place more importance on anecdotal evidence than on statistical evidence, because anecdotal evidence comes from flesh and blood human beings, while statistical evidence comes … Continue reading

Posted in Christ the Hero, counterrevolution, Third Dumb Brother | Tagged

In Defiance of Augury

The utopian liberal (a redundancy, because all liberals are utopians) builds his castle with the bricks and mortar of unreality. He lives in mortal fear of losing even one brick from his castle of unreality, so he employs masons to … Continue reading

Posted in antique Christianity, fairy tale of European civilization | Tagged

The Christ Bearing People

Before the Altar kneeled the saint in prayer, Fixed on the Crucified his steadfast gaze– How hard his way with danger and contempt! Sudden, with rapture thrilled, his heart beat stayed. Was it a miracle or but a dream? The … Continue reading

Posted in antique Christianity, post-Christian rationalism | Tagged

The Burning White Child

“We are afraid to put men to live and trade each on his own private stock of reason; because we suspect that this stock in each man is small, and that the individuals would do better to avail themselves of … Continue reading

Posted in Christianity is neither a theory nor a philosophy, defense of the white race, liberals are the true haters | Tagged , , ,

The Better Part

The whole drift of their institution is contrary to that of the wise Legislators of all countries, who aimed at improving instincts into morals, and at grafting the virtues on the stock of the natural affections. They, on the contrary, … Continue reading

Posted in Christian Europe, rationalism | Tagged , , , ,

The European Upper Pasture

“So let us state what is true. God reveals Himself to us through the intimate mysterious human relationships we form with our kith and kin. The moral beauty of the European hearth, where our kith and kin dwell, points us … Continue reading

| Tagged , , , , ,

Even to the Edge of Doom

Love alters not with his brief hours and weeks, But bears it out even to the edge of doom. -Wm. Shakespeare Just a few nights ago I saw what has become a very rare sight in this brave new racially … Continue reading

Posted in blood faith, counterrevolution | Tagged ,