Well spoken, in the past I was the most staunch distinguish between state and Church guy out there, but now I see that when you do that inevitably the decline starts. That's a general tendency I've noticed, that when one domino is removed the whole building block slowly starts to collapse bit by bit, whether it's giving women some ''rights'' in feminism, disentangling state and Church or in our personal lives (watching porn, then bad eating habits, then self attack in one day). Lesson here is to keep the standard high, otherwise all will collapse. And with regard to the state, what is the state anyway besides a layer to keep a group of people and a system together so they could live a Godly live, within the confines of the law and general rules?
That's my point with many contemporary nationalist groups, usually they are conservative as in conserving the liberal freedoms we have (freedom for women, freedom for gays, freedom, freedom, freedom, the West is so free!) while in fact these are the opposite of freedom, as you come to learn when you get a religious perspective on things. I was more on the liberal conservative populist end hence I saw Islam as a threat to ''our freedoms''. With regard to Islam, the fact that Muslims come in en masse is just a battering ram to steer conflict in order to divide and conquer Western populations, another weakening mechanism, which has played out fantastically. In the core for exact the reasons you say I think Islam is a great foundation for a society, but in my opinion it lacks the loving aspect in comparison with Christianity, in some respects it looks a bit forced to me, while you want behavior of people to come from the heart ideally. Now for the West Islam and atheistic nihilism like we have now both isn't the end all be all obviously, but sadly that's the trap we're in, at least in Europe.
In general by the way about Patriot Front, how does the media perceive it? That'd tell a lot about whether it could be a glowy operation.