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Tuesday, 17 September 2013

Elegy at the Gravesite of Christian Europe

“If I may touch but his clothes, I shall be whole.” - Mark 5: 28

Anyone with eyes to see and ears to hear knows that all the governing bodies of the European countries are committed to the liquidation of the white race. But I think we should give special stars to governments that ‘go blatant’ with their plans to liquidate the hated white race, because blatant, unadulterated hatred is preferable to camouflaged, sneaky hatred. So kudos to Sweden, a country that already had problems with Muslim rioters, for putting no restrictions on the number of Syrian refugees who can pour into Sweden, thus guaranteeing that Sweden will cease to exist as a white country. I know that Sweden, like all the nations of European origin, has not been Christian for some time, but so long as there are white-skinned people in a nation there is hope for a Christian resurgence. Once colorization is complete, there is no hope. Sweden will become colored and permanently heathen, which will necessitate an invasion rather than a defense. But from what white nation will the white invaders come, since all the other European nations are following a suicidal path similar to Sweden’s? I don’t know from whence they will come, but they will come to every European nation, and they will reclaim those nations for white Christian Europe.

I do not make such an assertion based on signs that ‘the people are starting to wake up.’ I don’t see any signs that the grazers are beginning to wake up. Quite the opposite seems to be happening. The grazers are becoming more beaten down and befuddled, the Negroes and the other colored tribesmen are stepping up their murderous attacks on whites, the Muslims are conquering Europe, and the liberals, like sharks smelling blood, are moving in for the final blood feast on the white race. So why is there reason for hope? Because of the prayer our Lord taught us: “Thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” It is not God’s will that the European people, the Christ-bearing people, should be exterminated through outright slaughter or through miscegenation. Passionate hearts united to His sacred heart can alter the shadows of future events that seem inevitable. Nothing is written except this: He is the “Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last.” This is not mysticism, it is reality. The tenure of our lives bear witness to that reality. Have you ever stood over the grave of a loved one and felt an irreparable sense of loss for the loved one who lies in the grave? There is sorrow at the loss, anger at the finality of death, and a despair bordering on madness because you must walk away from the grave and leave your beloved dead in the cold, barren ground. Only one hope enables us to walk away from the gravesite: the hope that He will see to it that nothing good and pure and noble dies. Our hope and faith is one with Shakespeare:
Thy bosom is endeared with allWhich I by lacking have supposed dead,And there reigns love and all love’s loving parts,And all those friends which I thought buried.How many a holy and obsequious tearHath dear religious love stol’n from mine eyeAs interest of the dead, which now appearBut things removed that hidden in thee lie!Thou art the grave where buried love doth live,Hung with the trophies of my lovers gone,Who all their parts of me to thee did give;That due of many now is thine alone:
Their images I loved I view in thee,
And thou, all they, hast all the all of me.
Men with good hearts lose battles. We might never restore Christian Europe to that which it was. But that which was of enduring and eternal value in Europe still lives with Him. If we stay connected to that Europe, we will stay connected to Him. And who can say that the war is lost when His people can call on Him by name? There is power in the blood, but only when our appeal to Him comes from an absolute faith in His divine charity. The woman in the Gospels who had “an issue of blood twelve years,” believed that, “If I may touch but his clothes, I shall be whole.”

The history of the European people is contained in that Gospel story. Because of the Europeans’ incorporate union with Christ, the European culture became Christ’s raiment. When a person touched the raiment with faith in the divine Savior the raiment clothed, that person was made whole. When the modern theologians and biblical exegetes look at old Europe and see only racism and sexism, it tells us all we need to know about those modern theologians and biblical exegetes. It tells us that those experts are too full of intellectual pride to see the living God. They can worship no God who comes to them through humanity, they must worship their own mind-forged god of inhumanity.

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