Government ain’t God.

In this confusing post modern world where punters now have difficulty separating male and female, how on earth are people meant to tell the difference between Good and Evil?

I lost God in my teens.  He is still there.

This interview is very revealing.  It is about culture, Christianity and cleaning house.

IT: We have a very divided society here as well, even without considering the waves of immigration that have recently settled here.

Half of the population wants open borders, mass immigration and welfare for all. They reject traditional values and are very much in favor of globalism and multiculturalism. The other half is very much opposed to that, but they lack any persuasive arguments to support that position. All they can do is to forbid immigration, forbid women from wearing a head cloth and so on.

We no longer have a moral compass. Before, Christianity provided this role, keeping us united over centuries. Now we can no longer distinguish between good and evil, and ultimately this is what this struggle comes down to. Without this any preventive measures like this are just quick fixes that will not solve anything over the longer term. What is needed is a positive alternative in a moral sense.

And this, for good measure.

IT: With this new culture we have adopted in the West we stopped having enough children to support our welfare state. So yes, one argument is that we need more people to support it.

In our own very secular society the state is God. It is supposed to provide and care for everybody. So the economic arguments become less relevant. Of course they are consideration since people are paying for these policies, but in a sense they are secondary.

If your moral compass is more like Cap’n Jack Sparrow’s, rather than the one that came hand in glove with the foundations of classic Western civilisation, you might be part of the problem.

Don’t stand by in polite silence while the radical Left tear down every vestige of freedom.  Please.

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About Mrs Beardsley

I tried, I died.
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