Z Blog: The End Of Nothing

Great quote: “catechism of convenience”.

Important point: Trad Americans have no political home once the multi-flawed Trump is fully subdued – by either an AWB or Wall betrayal.

Or both.

Spicy times ahead.

6 responses to “Z Blog: The End Of Nothing

  1. Overwrought article. Much simpler.

    Even if you are irreligious, you are in a religious war.

    The greatest people in the world profited so greatly from pitting their Communism (pillar of gevurah) against their monopolistic Capitalism (pillar of chesed) that they triggered their global hegemony (pillar of tiferet)—just to make the world better for themselves than God Himself made it for them (tikkun olam).

    Among themselves they are quite open about their process.

  2. One of his better actually; several in the X-ring.

  3. The left we are being entertained with who are telling us neo-bolshevism is whats for dinner is, was, not, never possible without the dead elephants quisling party.
    It is difficult to determine who are the greatest traitors to us dirt people.
    Regardless it is time to join The Honorable Resistance.

  4. This post highlights the problem, once again, of many who offer their philosophical insights that are built on a foundation of NOTHING. Z-man does not believe in the Truth of Scripture, just like the leftists he creates his ideas from a blank pallet. Certainly one can look at the world, both past and present, and come to various conclusions. The best this can do is draw connections and establish preferences.

    Two questions must be asked:
    -1- What is True?
    -2- How can it be known?

    The atheist materialist who only believes in the physical universe (matter, energy, space, and time) can only describe what IS. He may have personal PREFERENCES, but all that yields is his ‘favorite flavor’ as it were.

    The theist can account for ultimate truth, an objective view of what we OUGHT to do (rather than merely describe what we actually do). This “oughtness” is something people seem to perceive about the world, as we are bombarded by people making their claims about right & wrong. But without God there is no OBJECTIVE basis to claim TRUTH about immaterial things such as right & wrong.

    All of the political leanings Z-man describes are simply lists of the desires of different groups of people. There is no allowance for any transcendent truth. Everything becomes relative and subjective. We can see this downward spiral away from objective reality in an oxymoron such as a female with a penis, or a man who menstruates.

    The further away we move from God, and the physical AND spiritual reality He created, the less sense ANYTHING will make. And I confess as one who struggles mightily in my surrender to Him, we are ALL subject to His reality. I am comforted by His corrective actions (painful in the moment!) to get me back on course, and I mourn for those who will maintain their rebellion until they die. There are no ‘second chances’ at that point.

    ‘For this light momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory.’ 2Cor4:17

    May He bless you all by helping you to see the eternal and not merely the temporal, and awaken you to His Truth.

  5. This is off topic but I saw an article at Vice magazine about a supposed US vet who has started a ” neo Nazis” group and website called ” The Base”. I fully acknowledge that I have far less understanding of the topics related and discussed here. That said, even I know all quaeda= the base. Are we about to witness news outlets blaming things on Al quaeda in America?

  6. “I am comforted by His corrective actions (painful in the moment!) to get me back on course…”

    A PRAYER OF ST. AUGUSTINE

    BEFORE Thine eyes, O Lord, we bring our sins, and we compare them with the stripes we have received.
    If we examine the evil we have wrought, what we suffer is little, what we deserve is great.
    What we have committed is very grievous, what we have suffered is very slight.
    We feel the punishment of sin, yet withdraw not from the obstinacy of sinning.
    Under Thy lash our inconstancy is visited, but our sinfulness is not changed.
    Our suffering soul is tormented, but our neck is not bent.
    Our life groans under sorrow, yet amends not in deed.
    If Thou spare us, we correct not our ways: if Thou punish, we cannot endure it.
    In time of correction we confess our wrongdoing: after Thy visitation we forget that we have wept.
    If Thou stretchest forth Thy hand, we promise amendment; if Thou withholdest the sword, we keep not our promise.
    If Thou strikest, we cry out for mercy; if Thou sparest, we again provoke Thee to strike
    Here we are before Thee, O Lord, confessedly guilty; we know that unless Thou pardon we shall deservedly perish.
    Grant then, O almighty Father, without our deserving it, the pardon we ask; Thou Who madest out of nothing those Who ask Thee. Through Christ our Lord. Amen
    V. Deal not with us, O Lord, according to our sins.
    R. Neither reward us according to our iniquities.
    Let us pray.—O God, Who by sin art offended and by penance pacified, mercifully regard the prayers of Thy suppliant people, and turn away the scourges of Thy wrath, which we deserve for our sins. Through Christ our Lord. R. Amen.