The situation we find ourselves in at this time is that we are no longer seen by the powers that be as the light of the world, a city set on the hill, preaching guidance to those who are fallen and lost, and Christ, the salvation of the world. We are seen as judgemental, haters, lovers of the law by those who hate the law, justice, and want us gone and dead.

Here we are, Satan’s hosts arrayed against us and we spend more time shooting at one another than at the enemy.

If any man confess that Jesus is Lord; he is my brother, my comrade. I don’t care how he prays or the manner of his worship.

I only ask that he hold his place in the line of battle against the Powers and Principalities that have come against us.


Amen and a-fucking-men. Evil is aggressively attempting to erect the Tower of Babel 2.0, the Synagogue of Satan is shamelessly attempting to subvert language, nations, religions, and history itself, and yet various retards from every church and denomination prefer to engage in theological disputation rather than stand united against the god of this world under the banner of Jesus Christ.

Shut up and get thee to the battlefront.

Vox Popoli, from the Italian Front.
Yes, Warre.

The war we have is against powers and principalities, and it has casualties. It is deadlier than any terrestrial war — for the soldiers on the other side may kill you, but they cannot take what Satan wants, your soul. Yet we are to pray for our enemies. The prayer is not that they triumph. It is that they repent. So the enemies of Christ wail and gnash, for another precious soul Christ died for is saved.

43 “You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ 44 But I say to you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, 45 so that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven; for He causes His sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous. 46 For if you love those who love you, what reward do you have? Do not even the tax collectors do the same? 47 If you greet only your brothers, what more are you doing than others? Do not even the Gentiles do the same? 48 Therefore you are to be perfect, as your heavenly Father is perfect.

Matthew 5:43-48, NASB.

There are those who say that we should not fight. But there are those who would remove the ability we have to work because we have offended their pet subgroup of trans disabled. The healthy are only seen as oppressive by a sick and mad elite. The rest of us want to know what they are doing to be healthier, and modify our training accordingly. And those who spend time talking about Papist corruption and that we must he perfect as defined by our enemy, who will not engage in spiritual battle, need to find an abbott and join the Benedict option.

Can’t relate to this mindset.

Then leave. Go quibble about theological details with someone else. You’re useless at best, so at least stay out of the way meditating in a monastery or something.

Vox Popoli,

This is a time when we have to fight to remain true, For God, for our families, for our nation. It is not a time for intersectional demonstrations of purity. It is a time to preach Christ crucified, to tell the truth, and to pray that our leaders leave us in peace and quietness.

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2 thoughts on “31 July 19”

  1. I agree with you Chris, but unless I missed something along the way, Vox Day does NOT: preach Christ crucified…. He does not believe:

    If any man confess that Jesus is Lord; he is my brother, my comrade. I don’t care how he prays or the manner of his worship.

    The issue as I see it is that so many people preach “Christianity, and…” while pretending that they are preaching Christ.

    Ecumenicalism for the purpose of wrestling against flesh and blood is not Biblical. Just my .02

    Be well, my friend, as you are always in my prayers.

    1. I’m never quite sure what VD believes, but he’s coming back to the church pretty darn hard. I think he was a Liberal Lutheran initiallyy.

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