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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Excellent vid makes u think--what folks gotta do, to save their moron lives

Vid Does Good Job Attempting Cultural Analysis
(Apollonian, 22 Jan 13)

Ck this vid,; it gives a simple 3 step analysis of "pillars" of American "culture," very realistic and respectable--makes u think, hence a good vid, I say.

First, narrator talks about (a) "belief," as in the abstract, then (b) the money system, then the (c) enforcers now going for gun-grab, in actual practice.  I like it for the connection made fm abstract and theoretic to the practical--very realistic, down-to-earth, matter-of-fact, and well-taken, I think.

And it (the vid) surely makes a lot of sense: our culture used to be far, far more Christian-oriented (hence rationalistic-oriented) till it became soooooooooooo horrifically Jewwy, USA now psychologically enslaved to kikes in Israel, for example--not to mention kikes here in Jew S A.

So, I conclude, once again, the way to BEGIN to revive and resurrect the formerly great USA (not Jew S A)--a lot like St. Constantine the Great did for Roman emp.--is by reviving Christianity for what it REALLY is and is supposed to be--ANTI-SEMITISM--TRUTH, TRUTH, TRUTH (Gosp. JOHN 14:6) against Jew lies (JOHN 8:44).

Ultimate enemy is kikes, of course, BUT immediate enemy are kikes' "Praetorian guard," those scummy hereticalists, the "Judeo-Christians" (JCs)--see and for expo/ref. on JCs.

And finally, remember: TRUTH is that founded upon the OBJECTIVE (Aristotelian), hence determined (absolute cause-effect, no perfectly "free" will), hence CYCLIC reality.  Presently, things must continue to degenerate, I'm afraid, as the Jews continue to prevail, committed to currency-collapse, the goyim afraid to face reality, hoping the Dollar can continue to be propped-up, the poor, stupid, scum.

Thus we heroes, Christians, patriots, and soldiers must continue to lay foundations for the cultural revival, if there's to be one, which is only thing to hope for.  Christianity teaches through literary allegory, but with SOLID philosophy under-lying, nonetheless.

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