Sunday, June 18, 2017
Someone just sent me a video of Vox Day explaining why Christianity is important to the West.
I’ve written on this issue before.
There are two ways you can look at this.
One way is to view the West as a culture that was/is constructed.
The other way to view the West is as the people inhabiting the north-west part of the old world.
Most (or many) of us take the the latter view.
The West, as culture, is what European peoples create when and wherever they are. It’s innate -both the good and the bad.
As such the West has existed for tens of thousands of years.
All of Europe was not “converted” to Christianity until just over two centuries before Columbus sailed the ocean blue. And not long after that Europe began to question the religion to such an extent that just six centuries after the Baltic peoples were converted, Nietzsche declared God dead.
Particular cultural fads are like fashion.
Christianity was a fad. Like muttonchops, or mullets.
Yes, our people dressed with the fashion for a time, but it never defined them in a fundamental way.
Clean cut, middle-class kids became Hippies who then became Yuppies, after all.
Our people are a biological reality. We’ve no doubt had numerous gods over the past 30,000 years!
The Roman Empire and Classical Greece were a brief pit stop in our history and it is highly debatable as to whether they contributed anything of value to us.
Don’t get too wrapped up in notions of civilization and high-culture. Reality, NATURE, of which we are a part, is brutish, vulgar, violent and random. Art and Architecture might look nice at times but ultimately it’s just putting lipstick on a pig. But that’s a whole other subject.
Vox then suggested that there was an attack upon the West because it was Christian.
The problem with that argument is that radical leftist globalists are currently flooding White countries with hordes of Christians.
Yes, the Muslim (read non-White) refugee crisis has become the main issue in Europe, but in North America the problem is from Christian (read non-White) immigrants. And of course western Europe was being rapidly transformed long before the refugee crisis started.
So if the attack upon us is because we’re Christian, then why are our enemies flooding us with tens of millions of Christians?
As I’ve said before, religions are akin to fortification or battle plans. They’re either good or bad plans. Christianity, monotheism, is inherently bad because it implies, falsely, a singular totality while being riddled with contradictions.
After all, how does the bible’s strong implication that Christians would be a small, persecuted minority in all times and in all places square with the notion of a Christian civilization?
Under what metric can Jesus be “good” when things like walking on water and rising from the dead are un-natural -and thus a perversion?
Supernatural Un-natural Same-Same.
I could go on, but I’ve gone through all this before.