Well, you are a gnostic, so this kind of stupidity is expected.
Well let's bring it back home more to the point. Actually, both World Wars were designated as wars meant to "End All Wars", at least that was the aim of them, but the tractors had a vested interest in imposing the backing of these wars to be maneuvered for their benefit.Well, you are a gnostic, so this kind of stupidity is expected.
By Divine Law. Both of them fail. The standard is Jesus Christ.Surely. One Man's freedom fighter is another Man's terrorist. Just as well as one Man's treasure is another Man's junk.
All we can say is that Germans have a unique mission and mystery to our Nation that is misunderstood by the outside world, so nothing positive is ever associated with it, except among Germans themselves.
We can be the World's Best Friend, or their Greatest Enemy. That alone, terrifies every Nation.
In fact while their population numbers grew to even greater levels after the war, Germans lost many Millions of their own and there was continued massacres being carried out for a few years by the Red Army, and even today the bulk of the German population has been largely replaced with Mongrelized variations and other interbred monstrosities in addition to the Illegal Immigrants there that make up the entire population. General Patton was entirely right and understood exactly what the Kalergi plan was all about and the implications it had for Germany and Europe.So THEY say. Yet here we are. A depraved Jew ruined world 75 years after Communism won. Wake up!!!
Did the 1000+ years of Catholic influence (and conversion in the 700s when St Boniface chopped a tree Germans were worshipping) have anything to do with the German character? It seems to be a conveniently forgotten part of history by German-American NS dreamers.Restraint is a strong Prussian virtue, but at the same time it is also very German to have extremely high standards in oneself and society and to demand much from the Restraint, so long as everyone lives up to his or her promises. The Protestant ethic in Germany also played a large role in this development.
Nick, what's bothering you so much here?A lot of demonic activity in the forum lately. Insanity and delusion.
I think, Roosh, you need to seriously start thinking about the spiritual security of the forum.
Surely it did, but there were also many rivalries between Catholics and Protestants throughout German History. That being said I am neither Catholic or Protestant!Did the 1000+ years of Catholic influence (and conversion in the 700s when St Boniface chopped a tree Germans were worshipping) have anything to do with the German character? It seems to be a conveniently forgotten part of history by German-American NS dreamers.
Well, the thing is there was a side in the war that were the "Good Guys", but the thing is by the standards of our time especially, what they tried to employ is not viewed as "Good" and instead confused as Evil, especially with the level of freedoms and choices people have today along with the ability to wander aimlessly through life, people and possessions.
The Third Reich was the Example of God's Kingdom imposed on Earth in our Physical Reality, as purely as could be applied, but required a certain obedience and strictness that few understood or perceived the value of, even today in this century.
Nevertheless, this is the reason the NS ideology was deemed not for export. I am half German but I can tell you for sure that very few people outside of the Germanic race (not even the English) would be able to tolerate or desire the confinement of National Socialism.
It brings the best out of Germans, but may have deleterious effects on other peoples which are not capable to exercise restraint.
Restraint is a strong Prussian virtue, but at the same time it is also very German to have extremely high standards in oneself and society and to demand much from the Restraint, so long as everyone lives up to his or her promises. The Protestant ethic in Germany also played a large role in this development.
It wasn't as if I was trying to be dishonest about anything (not sure where you got that idea from), but this "fleeting" nature, if you will, has to do with entropic qualities of this world. But that's also not a positive thing. What matters is what is shaped after these events.Nick, what's bothering you so much here?
The achievements of the German people are undeniable, but Lair isn't totally honest about how fleeting certain things in life are, or for example, that what is going on right now has its own end, too. Humans are humans and as you know Nick, if not rightly directed with the virtues and trust in God, the demons will always sidetrack them (or worse).
The "Nations" are confused currently, even the ones that seem to be pulling in the same direction. How this all ends is anyone's best guess, we have the general framework, it's the timing and the particular details that are hardest to see materializing...
Thank you for this, Roosh! Orthodox Christian Fr. Stephen Freeman has a lot to say about Dostoevsky. The text is garbled but clicking on the post title will take you to the post: https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/?s=Dostoevsky+Originally posted on RooshV.com
Demons by Fyodor Dostoevsky is a story about a revolutionary cadre that attempts to wreak havoc on a Russian village as part of their quest to overthrow the traditional order. It features intense psychological descriptions and analysis by Dostoevsky to reveal the deep-seated emotions and feelings that drive revolutionary behavior.
Losing touch with God
Revolutionary ideas were sweeping Russia at the time. Dostoevsky himself was caught up in the fervor and served time in prison for his activities. Being spared execution by the Tsar at the last moment served as his spiritual awakening, allowing him to recede from the darkness and become a force of tradition and Orthodoxy.
The modern drive to “progress” can be understood as destroying any sense of faith and order possessed by the preceding generations. It may be hard to believe, but many humans today still retain some logos within them which makes today’s revolutionary movement that much more worrisome, because once the remainder is removed from those who rightly believe that a man is a man and a woman is a woman, and both should have the ability to seek their daily bread, materially and spiritually, what will be left? The horrors of the 20th century will pale in comparison to what we will soon face.
Whether local or global, revolution is the same
In the above passage, a revolutionary member is attempting to clarify the aims of the group he is a part of. You may be struck by how their method of subversion is no different than what the elites are subjecting us to today. The “denunciatory propaganda” comes in the form of relentless Jewish-controlled fake news. Their centralization of power and innumerable globalist organizations from the United Nations on down seek to “undermine the importance of the local powers.” The staged Black Lives Matter protests in hundreds of American cities “produce bewilderment in communities.” We are tyrannized by scientific experts who lead us to “complete disbelief” against the truth that goes against the will of the elites while simultaneously giving us false hope about the future and a “yearning for the better” through their lies of “flattening the curve.” Every single tactic that Dostoevsky’s revolutionary character speaks of is currently, actively, and methodically being used on us, because the strategy of revolution does not change.
Destruction for the sake of destruction
The revolutionaries today are eager to share their “logic” of equality and love, but since they behave in direct opposition to what they profess, the only logic remaining is that of destruction and chaos. They want to destroy for the sake of destruction because that is the only way to synchronize their darkened souls with the environment. If your soul is in chaos, you don’t want to see a society of law and order, and if your passions are disordered, you don’t want to elevate or promote those who have self-control. Society is but a projection of the souls within that society, and when society is atheistic and lacking in tradition, the projection can become close to hell.
The antidote to madness
The further you are away from Lord Jesus Christ, the closer you are to accepting the presuppositions and assumptions of revolution. You become infused with the spirit of the times and participate in it without conscious thought or deliberation. All good comes from God, and when you are far from God, that places you on the streets to agitate for “black lives,” in the workplace denouncing your fellow employees for “racism,” in the shops recording and reporting “violators” who are not wearing a face mask, and online looking to ruin those with whom you disagree. Either you have God in your life or you are a revolutionary to some degree.
Will we be comforted?
If God wants to comfort us in this lifetime, I would graciously accept it, but I’m not counting on it because of how clearly we can see the tides of revolution growing. As a Christian, I am called to pick up my cross and carry it, not seek heaven on this earth. I look back at my life and see that I experienced enough comfort for many lifetimes, so I would not mind constant tribulation as long as I’m able to bear it in a way that does not sacrifice my salvation.
Demons wasn’t the easiest book I’ve read. With so many characters and subplots, it wasn’t until page 300 or so where I began having a firm grasp on what was transpiring (pro tip: write down the names and descriptions of characters on a notecard as you encounter them). Nonetheless, the story was a good reminder of how a small group of people can cause immense damage and pain to a community. Woe to us for living in a time where that small group are those at the very top who use all their will and power to foist revolution upon our societies for their own malicious ends. May we survive the fires that are to come.
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