I’ve been revisiting Roosh’s Babylon Road videos recently. When looking at the contrast between the beautiful nature captured on footage and the ugly, bland, and dirty American cityscapes, the impression that grew on me was that I was observing in limited fashion a glimpse into the nature of God versus that without God. The word that came to mind to describe all of the city structures was “sterile.”The elites are obsessed with the agenda of depopulation
I think in a broader sense, that describes everything without God. The fruits of any endeavor in the absence of God are unproductive and ultimately destructive in their very essence and lead to death. Men destroy themselves and others. The city destroys the natural land. The veneer of physical or social novelty soon degrades into rot and decay. Whatever life was present is sterilized, hollowed out, and replaced by death, never to produce life again.
By contrast, everything in the presence of God is fruitful and productive. On top of that, it is infinitely complex and variable. Even death itself in the natural world feeds and gives rise to an abundance of life.
On a basic level, I think this is what we’re dealing with: a spiritual force that seeks to impose a sterile existence and death, versus the Spirit that gives life. And there is no coexistence.