Core Tenets of Atheo-Fascism

Here is the first tricky word. Years ago, I was watching a talk show where the guest was Conservative author and radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh. A caller said that Limbaugh was a “Fascist”. Rush asked the caller if he knew what that word meant, and the caller went around the question. (Limbaugh is a Conservative, and Fascists generally hate Conservatism.) People will often use the word to simply lash out: “No, I will not get out of the road, you Fascist!”) The Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines Fascism as: “a political philosophy, movement, or regime (as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition” 12. That is a workable but incomplete definition. Political Fascism demands loyalty to the state, detests Christianity (but sometimes tolerates or exploits it), unites the people against a common enemy, utilizes Darwinian principles like survival of the fittest and more 131415.

What is paganism? This is another word with a variety of meanings. To some, it is any religion that is not Christian, Jewish, Islamic, etc. Others are more specific, that pagans can be pantheists, worship the ancient false gods and goddesses and so on 16. Fascist views and approaches are not just in politics, as there are elements of both paganism and Fascism in extreme environmentalism 17, and can be seen in the attitudes of the militant atheists. Actually, Fascism has pagan roots, and neo-Fascism sometimes incorporates these elements 18. (There are pagans who dislike and fear Fascism, and Fascists who have no interest in paganism.) It is widely known that Hitler had Norse paganism in his views 19, and is used in modern white supremacy movements 20. So, the word “pagan” can have different meanings to different people.

The common mythology is that Charles Darwin read the geology works of Charles Lyell during his journey on the Beagle, and had his “marvelous discovery” of evolution. Actually, evolution is older than Darwin. Not only did he use the works of others (including his grandfather Erasmus 21), but the concept of evolution itself is from ancient pagan religions and philosophies 2223. Scientists and the public will treat evolution as if it was some kind of mystical entity — which is a pagan concept 24. No wonder evolution fits into so many pagan New Age philosophies 25!


Comment: Atheism is not compatible with the Wager of Pascal. Hell is eternal, hell is eternal, hell is eternal…

No Right-Wing Death Squads

senseless political violence

Where do we go from here?

The best course of action for freedom-loving pro-lifers, I believe, is simply this:

a.) Pray for America and strive for sanctity in our daily lives.

b.) Love your family, and love your neighbors.

c.) Speak truth to power, no matter the cost, gathering inspiration from people like Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and Bishop Athanasius Schneider.

d.) Prepare for darkness and more persecution knowing however that in the end Christ will be victorious.

e.) Continue to condemn senseless political violence (and acknowledge it is far from concentrated, normal, or prevalent on the American “right,” no matter what mainstream media tell us), voter fraud, and tyranny in all of its many forms.

LifeSite will continue to bring our readers fearless reporting on issues of life, faith, family, and freedom. Please pray for all of our journalists and staff, that we may prudently and accurately report what is happening in America and around the world.

Source: Untangling the accounts of what happened at the Capitol on Jan. 6, and some perspective | Blogs | Lifesitenews

Comment: You see, no right-wing death squads. I predict that right-wing death squads will come to see the readers of Life Site as part of the problem and start killing or maiming them.