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Defending the Social Kingship of Christ means I am at enmity with a significant percentage of the world's population

I was put on this earth, in part, to defend the Social Kingship of Christ. This necessarily puts me at enmity with a significant percentage of the world population. 1,063 more words


When you depose a Monarch, you have not freedom, you have only left wing new rulers

The article on Tsar Nicholas II below is a good lesson in what happens when you depose (directly or indirectly in the case of Russia) the Monarchy. 437 more words


Venezuela's Foot Soldiers of Counter-revolution

“But the residents of Los Palos Grandes and Altamira, where I saw real protests happening – they have servants to stand in line for what they need, and they have the income and storage space to accumulate some inventory.

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The Guardian

Dostoevsky on Russia's Mission

Philosopher Nikolai Onufriyevich Lossky (1870-1965) outlines Fyodor Dostoevsky’s vision of Russia’s transcendent mission – to bring the world to the God-Man Christ, Whose fullest expression is found in the ancient faith upheld by Byzantium and adopted by Grand Prince Vladimir in 988. 972 more words


ISIS will be defeated only by the Social Kingship of Christ

ISIS will be defeated only by the Social Kingship of Christ. The most effective way to restore the Social Kingship of Christ as known in the high years of Christendom and to improve upon the medieval model is through the establishment of a contemporary Catholic Monarchy. 1,045 more words


Long Live the Traditionalists!

I admit it. In 101 ways I am a traditionalist and apart from a burst of hormone fueled teenage degeneracy I always have been. Even as a little boy I often used to get quite angry about signs of “progressive modernity” from new houses to female bus drivers. 1,641 more words


Free-Speech Farce

While now receding into the background of international outrages, the early January mass shooting of several Charlie Hebdo cartoonists in Paris, purportedly by a cell of jihadists, set off a furor about freedom of speech in the West. 1,147 more words