Saturday, April 19, 2014

Today Is Easter. Or Is It?...

I've just about stopped posting these sorts of negative stories that illustrate the sad reality of the orcs, but it still helps to catalog these things for future reference.

So, is April 20th, 2014 Easter?

No.

Why?

Becausing saying so would be "racist".

How so?

Because amongst the orcs certainty, facts and logic are all tools of the white-devil to oppress non-Whites.

Case in point this article from 'The Atlantic',


These days, an increasingly diverse group of participants has transformed debate competitions, mounting challenges to traditional form and content by incorporating personal experience, performance, and radical politics. These “alternative-style” debaters have achieved success, too, taking top honors at national collegiate tournaments over the past few years.
But this transformation has also sparked a difficult, often painful controversy for a community that prides itself on handling volatile topics. 

On March 24, 2014 at the Cross Examination Debate Association (CEDA) Championships at Indiana University, two Towson University students, Ameena Ruffin and Korey Johnson, became the first African-American women to win a national college debate tournament, for which the resolution asked whether the U.S. president’s war powers should be restricted. Rather than address the resolution straight on, Ruffin and Johnson, along with other teams of African-Americans, attacked its premise. The more pressing issue, they argued, is how the U.S. government is at war with poor black communities.

In the final round, Ruffin and Johnson squared off against Rashid Campbell and George Lee from the University of Oklahoma, two highly accomplished African-American debaters with distinctive dreadlocks and dashikis. Over four hours, the two teams engaged in a heated discussion of concepts like “nigga authenticity” and performed hip-hop and spoken-word poetry in the traditional timed format. At one point during Lee’s rebuttal, the clock ran out but he refused to yield the floor. “Fuck the time!” he yelled. His partner Campbell, who won the top speaker award at the National Debate Tournament two weeks later, had been unfairly targeted by the police at the debate venue just days before, and cited this personal trauma as evidence for his case against the government’s treatment of poor African-Americans.



 Yes it looks like a satire from the onion, but it's not.

And yes it is obscenely ridiculous but such is the "thinking" amongst the denizens of orcland.



As has been said before, Civilization is a White thing.

So is order, civility and logic.


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Thursday, April 17, 2014

‘On Earth As It Is In Heaven’...


A funny thing about the Christian conception of heaven is how strikingly similar it is to modern American-driven Western reality and its ideas of the ideal. Despite all of the shrieking about “secularism” from some fundamentalist types, America is forging the entire world into a thoroughly Christian model. And it looks rather secular.
                      
From “diversity”,

 “After this I looked, and there before me was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, tribe, people and language, standing before the throne and before the Lamb” (Rev. 7:9),

to thought crimes,

“But I say unto you, That every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment”,

it’s all there (here).



In my Father's house are many mansions”, Jesus says in John 14:2, while the Book of
Revelation also describes a “paradise” that sounds like the modern materialistic and therapeutic nanny-state,

 And the twelve gates were twelve pearls; every several gate was of one pearl: and the street of the city was pure gold, as it were transparent glass”(Rev. 21:21).

“And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying” (Rev. 21:4).


It’s also very progressive, in a ‘1984’ish/Winston Smith kind of way, “See, I will create new heavens and a new earth. The former things will not be remembered, nor will they come to mind” (Isaiah 65:17).

In fact the bible’s articulation of heaven sounds a lot like the “world is a business” speech from the 1976 film ‘Network’.

The speech, in part, goes as follows,

There are no nations. There are no peoples. There are no Russians. There are no Arabs. There are no third worlds. There is no West! There is only one holistic system of systems….the world is a business, Mr. Beale! It has been since man crawled out of the slime. And our children will live, Mr. Beale, to see that perfect world in which there's no war and famine, oppression or brutality -- one vast and ecumenical holding company, for whom all men will work to serve a common profit, in which all men will hold a share of stock, all necessities provided, all anxieties tranquilized, all boredom amused.”

Streets paved with gold, equality…no wars or hunger…every tear wiped away.

As Jesus taught in Matthew 6:10, Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven.”

And so it has been (nearly) done.



Christianity is, of course, an imposed social system, rather than a faith. It is an amalgamation of Oriental cosmology, Greek philosophy and Roman political pragmatism (in which those previously deemed barbarians could potentially attain “citizenship” in the kingdom).

 It’s more than likely that the vast majority of people who have lived in “Christendom” for the past two thousand years had no actual faith in the ideology’s supernatural aspects. They simply paid lip service to the prevailing ruling system to be able to work and function. To put it another way, no one could buy or sell lest they had the “mark of Jesus” on their foreheads on their hands.

We see the same thing today in Christianity’s more recent nomenclature, ‘political correctness’.
Many pay it lip service, but few believe in its tenants.

Of course there are some who claim to really, REALLY believe in the supernatural faith of Christianity. They like to say they have “personal relationship with Jesus”. But ask with them what that means in plain English and they’ll mumble and stutter in confusion at their own “confession of faith”.

On top of that, “true believers” tend to have a Jesus that is both universal and made in their own image, at the same time. He is both above them and beneath them

Is that a paradox? Just ask the divinely inspired word of God,

“So God created man in his own image”
-Genesis 1:27

What is man, that thou art mindful of him? And the son of man, that thou visitest him? For thou hast made him a little lower than the angels
-Psalm 8:4-5


In fact if you look at genuine religious faith down through the ages you’ll notice that real practiced supernatural faith is neither “personal” nor universal.

No, it is, instead, tribal, being held by a particular group of people (i.e., an ethnic group) for the express purpose of the protecting and sustaining of that particular ethnic group.

As stated earlier, Christianity evolved out of the cross roads of the Roman Empire. It functioned to attempt to create a sustainable sameness out of the empire’s unsustainable mix of peoples from “every nation, tribe, people and language”.  It looked to both atomize the empire’s citizens while also erasing all distinctions among them. It elevated its own sense of pragmatic rationality while mocking genuine faith as ignorant and superstitious (Acts: 17).

So Christianity was born out of the worst aspects of ancient cultures and morphed them into a new beast which allowed certain ambitious and hubristic men to achieve their ultimate goal of becoming god by demonstrating their ability to “hold dominion over the earth” (Genesis 1:28).

More than a few researchers have noted that the big secret behind Freemasonry is the revelation that the “great architect of the universe” is man. The same researchers who have also pointed out that the secret society is an extension of Judeo-Christianity.



When you get right down to it, Christianity is, in fact, the world’s first fully functioning secular ideology.





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Sunday, April 6, 2014

Christians As The Fifth Column…


Many in the right-of-center Christianity (a group eternally moving to the left) are bemoaning and grumbling over the advancement of the gay lobby into all areas of life, therefore forcing them to submit to such a paradigm.

They’re just plain “shocked”, bewildered and perplexed at this sudden totalitarian onslaught by the gay rights movement.

If Christians were rational or honest (they are generally neither) they would be asking themselves where the gay rights movement originated.

Of course the answer is, it originated from the “civil rights” movement of the 20th Century.  A movement the majority of Christians today champion and celebrate.

Historically speaking, the “civil rights” movement was (and is) the single most totalitarian social/legislative force ever exerted upon a society in the history of mankind.

It not only outlawed Freedom of Association (from business owners being forced to service customers of all races to forced integration of schools and neighborhoods) it enshrined a new moral impetus upon society in which freewill itself was impugned through the condemnation of the most basic function of freewill, which is discrimination.

Discrimination is the quintessential quality of the antonymous man of freewill, as well as the formation of communities, nations and the family itself. From preferring oats to eggs for breakfast to preferring White Anglo-Saxon Protestants to live amidst, discrimination is foundational to our humanity and the ordering of society.

For the past thirty years Christians have increasingly identified “racism” and discrimination as the top sins on their list of bugaboos.

What is “racism”? Good question. As Craig Bodeker demonstrated in his documentary, ‘A Conversation about Race’, “racism” is all things to all people. Its definition is completely subjective.

Interesting enough some people (black and white) in that documentary defined being anti-gay as “racism”. So, if you oppose gay marriage that makes you a “racist”. Again, the definition is subjective and flexible.

Thus we can see how that when Christians denounce “racism” and discrimination and celebrate the “civil rights” movement, they are, de facto, promoting “gay rights” and “gay marriage”, as both things are foundational pillars of the “civil rights” movement, the goal of which was to oppose discrimination and “racism”.


The bottom line is, there can be no equality because equality does not exit, has never existed and, therefore, never will, making the pursuit of it either astoundingly foolish or outright evil. Be it personally, before the law, the heavens or in marriage, if equality exists, objective truth does not.

In fact the pursuit of equality has led to countless revolutions (political, social and moral), unprecedented bloody wars, the fall of entire empires and nations and, today, the destruction of communities and the family itself.

Equality of genders, races, ethnic groups, etc, might sound “nice” on the surface but to actually apply critical thought to its real world applications and effects must logically lead one to condemning and rejecting it as either foolish or evil.

Not surprisingly, circa 2014, we find a society that is, from top to bottom, hell-bent on the promotion of “equality” while simultaneously sinking into degradation and utter ruin as foolish and evil men look on.

And as the “city on a hill” burns to the ground Christians rush to the scene with a bucket of water in one hand and a bucket of gasoline in the other.