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The Church Prays. And Dithers

Somewhere on this blog, and probably more than once, I have complained about how the response of so many Christians, especially of the "neo" variety, is to wring their hands about the "coming persecution" and whose only other response to it is a call to prayer.  Now, I am all for the call to prayer.  Prayer is what we do.  All the time.  And our prayers are powerful and pleasing to God.  But the Church also has a call for both vigilance and political responsibility.  There have been times when Christians have been called to fight with weapons other than prayer, and we are now living in such a time.  It is now abundantly clear that the Left intends to do in both the Church and what remains of traditional culture.  They don't even pretend anymore.  They'll use the arm of the state when they can; they'll use the shock troops of antifa and other groups if they need to. They'll do whatever they can.  It's 1917.   Total domination is their goal.

It's time to stop dithering therefore.  It's time to stop with all of the spiritual platitudes.  It's time to take to the streets.  And a time may come very shortly when it will be time to take up arms.

There are already millions of people preparing for the day when force of arms becomes necessary.  These are normal Americans, mostly libertarians and conservatives, who are willing to fight and die for the traditional rights of Englishmen and American liberty, INCLUDING the right to practice one's religion.  That's why I am revolted by the sentiments of so many Christians I know who have imbibed the pacifist koolaid.  I find this especially prevalent in Millennials who have become clergy.  Many if not most of would accept someone fighting and dying on behalf of their liberty but they wouldn't do so for others.  It is unmanly and unseemly.  The American warrior-clergy of our revolution are spinning in tbeir graves. Bernard of Clairvaux is spinning in his grave.  More about him in the next post.

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On behalf of millennials, I do apologize for the milksoppiness. However, do recall that my generation's courageous defenders of freedom enlisted in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars, and ended up mostly getting shot up. So, basically the neo-cons exterminated my generation's heroes, via the very wars that created the instability in the Middle East from which we now need defense. In the end, their sacrifice was cruelly wasted. And now, due to massive amnesia, they are forgotten, and my generation suddenly gets a bad rap for every evil under the sun. I'm not blaming you in particular; but I've seen my generation demonized so much, as if all of us are a bunch of gimme-dats, when so many laid down their lives for their country. We must not let the milksops make us forget those who showed courage.

August 16, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterBibleBullet


August 17, 2017 | Registered CommenterEmbryo Parson

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