Burned churches. Blood. Democracy.

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This year there will be no Christmas celebration at Notre Dame of Paris for the first time in 200+ years.

Can you imagine when it was last time?

Well, you guessed right. It was during another correspondingly “enlightened” era. It was at the time when “freedom” against oppression was being built and promoted once again. It was at a time when the guillotine was setting the pace for “tolerance”. The time of the French Revolution.

We are now living in similarly beautiful era. Soon we will all be “free”. We will have all the rights in the world. The right to wear a burqa, the right to become men and women of our own free will and to allow the children to do whatever we want after they have their genitals mutilated in the name of political correctness, the right to kill babies even after they are born (we are surely very close to that, since it is now  allowed for women to kill their babies at the latest stages of pregnancy), free to insult Christians and Christ but of course never anyone else.

An era of freedom.

And just like in the French Revolution, an era of blood.

For the time being definitely some people will cheer. In some years from now, some may for sure celebrate even greater victories over Christianity. But they would be forgetting that if their “democracy” is strengthened with blood, Christianity was born in it…

(The era of Aquarius)

Why communism (and modern capitalistic society) is against Christianity.

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Many people confuse things which should not be confused.

Many people believe the first Christians were communists.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

Christians believe in the after life and despise property because they are not materialists. Communists are based on materialism, they are atheists and are against property only because they want property.

Many people believe modern capitalistic society is against communism.

Again, nothing could be further away from the truth.

Study those two society organization systems carefully and you will see that their foundations are essentially the same.

Both of them call for having zombie-citizens, who do not think on their own. Both systems call for doing something here and now, in this world: Communism calls for revolution and producing for the state, capitalism calls for buying things and producing even more. Both systems adhere to the dogma of materialism.

This makes them have another thing in common: A deep hostility to anything Christian!

You see, those believing in Christianity believe in a place far away from here. Christians tend to give little consideration to the earthly issues that matter to those who see only matter. On the other hand, all other systems of thought since the Renaissance had one thing in common: Viewing man as something outside of the cosmos. Seeing the cosmos as something different from us. Believing man is the center of everything. Envisioning man as destined to rule that cosmos. This lust for control has poisoned our thought for many aeons now. And due to that lust, both capitalism and communism are deeply anti-Christian in every sense of the word.

The hero of Marx was Prometheus.

The same hero we admire.

Marx wanted to change things.

Change is the god of modern society.

Do not be fooled by differences in the surface.

The ocean below both systems is the same.

Dark and evil. Void and full of nothingness.

Rome was threatened by Christians due to the same reasons. Having a set of citizens who didn’t believe in ‘earthly’ things was a danger to the greatest earthly empire in the world. Modern materialistic empires feel the same threat.

Modern Christians will meet their fate sooner or later.

Death.

But what the adversaries of Christianity do not understand.

Is that Christianity was BORN through death!

Modern Dark Ages…

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Although the term ‘Dark ages’ is connected (wrongly) with the Middle Ages [see here for more on that], the truth is that today our time is more dark.

We live in the era of world wars, of communism and the millions of its victims, of eugenics (now disguised under the veil of “genetics”), of depression and alienation, of psychological disorders, of the surrender of the the control of our life to machines (yes, people have died because they listened to their GPS), of worshiping matter, of our dehumanization in general.

In these dark ages, we still think we live in the light.
Denial, is after all the main symptom of a heavy disease.
The only way to see the light is to redefine what we have defined.

We hate believing into anything, except in the axioms of science.
We like questioning everything, except the foundations of our beliefs.
We like proof, except when it leads to God (see Gödel).
We like data, unless they are against what we believe (see evidence for God).
We hate religion, except when it is Islam or Buddhism.
We worship logic except when we disagree with it. (see here)
We fear death and yet we see life as a random accident.
We consider the belief in the creation of life from lifeless matter as scientific, even though we do not know how and why this could happen.
We believe in parallel universes, but we deny to accept the existence of spirit which shouts inside us every passing day.
We believe in the creation through randomness and yet we strive every day with science not to leave anything to chance.
We believe we are not important and yet our every single action denotes that we are so much arrogant that we think we can understand and control the world.

In our effort to fight anything religious, we lack consistency.
In a world of cowards, this is the first thing gone…
We are the children of our fathers. And we do not even see it.

This is not a philosophy post.
This is more of a wake up call.
And no one likes wake up calls.

Wake up call 1

Students demanding religious freedom for Muslims but not for Christians.

See the video here.

~ To be continued…

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