Your pretty whitopia is going to hell

CR Wiley gave a talk called “Toxic Matriarchy” at the University of Idaho. It was filled with white students and policed by some PoCs. These kids will grow up and become voters and bureaucrats. People tell me, “Bryce, why don’t you move out of California.” This is why: there is nowhere in America to escape suicidal white Americans, so most spots are as good as the next unless you live in some sort of high-trust mannerbund around family.

Blue Collar Logic on the War Against Men

What happens when you legally and culturally deny men their very masculine nature? Yep, societal breakdown and mass shootings. You can de-couple from all this to a degree: their are alternative schooling options, makerspaces, and small business opportunities to those trying to escape the academic and corporate GloboHomo regime. You have to think differently and be willing to sacrifice. Remember: what you do now matters not only in this world, but in the world to come:

How the Elites Gave Us Same-Sex Marriage

Corporations built diversity-centered human resources departments to spearhead these and other celebrations of cultural diversity. They won approval from the Human Rights Campaign, a gay-rights activist group. These corporations marketed to America an acceptance of homosexuality. Gay was more than OK. Many managers left religion, patriotism, and the pursuit of family life behind. Instead, their lives were given meaning by their devotion to careers celebrating cultural diversity, and celebrating homosexuality is the key expression of that diversity. Homosexuality symbolized, in Paul’s words, “creativity, cosmopolitanism, authenticity, toleration, and the reward of merit.” In homosexuals, America’s corporate, coastal elites found a minority that looked like them: well-educated, creative, successful, white, and safe. According to Paul, and the various studies he cites, this corporate elite actively avoids living near the poor or near ethnic minorities. Celebrating diversity by celebrating homosexuality thus became the way corporate managers lived with what would otherwise have been an astounding cognitive dissonance.

Corporate elite are perhaps the most loathsome people on this planet. If you’re a Christian, you’ll never be one of them so don’t throw your life away trying. Start your own business or several.

The Eucatastrophe

JRR Tolkein uses borrows the motif of eucatastrophe from Scripture. It’s a providential reversal of fortunes for God’s people and against God’s enemies. One of the most obvious is the story of Mordecai and Haman in the book of Esther. The ultimate eucatastrophe is described in 2 Thess 2:1-12, Rev 16:13-16, Rev 17:11 [1], and 20:7-10 where the Man of Sin (and embodied image of the False Prophet) comes to lead government-sponsored persecution of the worldwide church. He and his followers (all unbelievers) will be consumed by Christ’s second coming. A picture of this is given to us in the Old Testament when Pharoah’s army is consumed by flood in pursuit of the Hebrews. This time, however, the destruction will come by fire.

[1] Har Magedon is translated as “Mountain of the Assembly” ie the church by Meredith Kline

Oikonomos

CR Wiley refers to this book by Xenophon in “The Household and the War for the Cosmos.” Family businesses are still run this way today, and will after the corporate GloboHomo era ends. We need to look past corporations for our jobs and figure out how to start our own. This is the only way to escape the wage trap:

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Corporations are not going to pay more money to wages slaves in the bottom 3 quintiles. We have to stop being wage-earners and start being proprietors (estate managers).

Abortion Hearing in California and the Two Kingdoms

Remember the videos released by the Center for Medical Progress? The creators are being tried criminally:

When Daleiden and Merritt began releasing their videos, there was public uproar, which was partially responsible for the election of President Trump, as well as the ending of much of Planned Parenthood’s government funding.  These videos clearly capture Planned Parenthood employees breaking federal law, which prohibits the sale of fetal tissue for profit.
But somehow Planned Parenthood workers have never been prosecuted. Instead, the two people responsible for making the videos were charged in state court for violating California’s laws against wire-tapping. This week was their evidentiary hearing—where the State shows their evidence to a judge, to demonstrate they have met a burden of proof to go to trial.
While the trial hasn’t started yet, this whole legal process has proved to be a huge mistake for Planned Parenthood, as it has already produced one insanely embarrassing revelation after another for them.


Pay attention to this case. If Planned Parenthood prevails, it will be a dangerous omen for the pro-life movement. A Planned Parenthood victory would indicate that the highest levels of American government and law enforcement take direction from a political organization, and that they are willing to use law enforcement to stifle opposition. The horrors of the modern abortion industry are possible only because they are covered in darkness. Strangely enough, this hearing is bringing many of them to light.

This is outrageous. Crimes are exposed and those who exposed the crimes are being tried. Does the Bill of Rights mean anything? Darryl Hart quotes HL Mencken to remind us that minorities have never had rights in the United States, which should make us all skeptical of State power generally. It’s also helpful to remember, as Darryl and Jesus remind us, that the Kingdom of God is not of this world but rather within our hearts and is mostly invisible. Even many churches – which are supposed to be visible manifestations of the Kingdom – are “synagogues of Satan.” Earthly governments also belong to Satan’s kingdom. Ours is no different, as the use of State power against the Center for Medical Progress demonstrates. Even Satan answers to God, though, and governments are put on earth to restrain evil (Romans 13). What a mess. It’s good to know this all works out in the end.