just before his daughter
delightfully turns herself into a
Jesus is said to be a lot of things in Scripture. He
is the Door, the Vine, the Bread... a dozen other
figurative pictures could be listed. I found one
that is not as widely shared, but just as
Jesus is the Breaker.
The prophet Micah is telling the people of Judah
that because of their unfaithfulness and their
idolatry, an horrific instrument of judgment will
come against them — eventually embodied in the
What is amazing is at the end of the second chapter
of his prophecy, he assures them that The Breaker
will come. He is the one who will plow through those
obstacles, just as He does today against all those
things that afflict one.
Even more striking is what Micah tells us in the
chapter that follows.
First, he censures those who commit acts of human
sacrifice, likening them to butchers. Very graphic —
please, read it yourself. It is a reference to
human sacrifice, something that is alive and
The second part of that chapter is about the things
powerful people say to try to ingratiate themselves
to their listeners. Splendidly sweet-sounding
ear-tickling things to which the World devotee is hypnotically attracted.
It was happening to the people God chose to be the
conduit for salvation for everyone throughout time,
the apple of His eye listening to this wicked
Today it takes the form of a number of things so
many people believe, embrace, and propagate
incessantly. Here is a sampling, all of which are taken
a home page piece I posted six years ago.
"It is best to endorse the behavior of people
who do sexually untraditional things with one
another in the name of celebrating our differences
and embracing our individual liberties."
"It is best to be wary of American-English
speaking, conservative, older, masculinity-femininity
respecting, white males because they are mostly
angry sexist racists."
"It is best to enlist government people to
income inequality by rearranging wealth in the name
"It is best to assert that the Bible is merely
one of many books with words, having no more merit
than any other such literary item."
"It is best to leave the concept 'God' to the
realm of fairy tales because there are so many
versions, even as it is best to politely humor those
who hold to one of them."
"It is best to disregard anything labeled
'religious' or even 'moral' because these are by definition not
scientific and unworthy of serious consideration."
"It is best to keep yourself in a constant state
of rebellion against the ordained potentates - they
are your only salvation - even if you must rant and
rage and holler at them in some form."
"It is best to consider the Roman Catholic
Church a meaningless religious entity featuring nice
people in fancy outfits who are only about helping
the poor so they can't be bad at all."
"It is best to be pleasantly daft about
insightfully examining the tribute payments you make
to any and all System offices - government, bank,
church - because if you said something you'll be
made to look like a fool."
Over and over and over again these things are bleated from
The New York Times on through the other
media channels and then deep into the entrenched
Americanist psyche. There are certainly many
conceptual commitments like these, both in their
origins and outward in the branches that emanate
A fine example is in the Epicurean mindset so many
have, you know, "Hey, you go ahead and have your fun
belief in some supernatural — delightful! —
but don't go around believing it is true since there
are only atoms swirling about and that's it. (And
especially don't make any remarks about people going
to Hell because that's just mean.) Otherwise all the
best to you and your spiffy beliefs! You go! I'm
still on your side!"
Sorry but Scripture is very clear. These people are
stultifyingly evil. They distort the Word of God to
their own ends, worshipping mammon by appealing to
some kind of "unity in diversity" and proclaiming
they are doing it in the name of some transcendent
goodness, yet implicitly denying it by refusing to
acknowledge a teleological standard for that
goodness. They simply love the darkness more than
the light. This is a sobering reality.
Having regularly toured Twitter a bit more than I
really should, I see so much of this that it is hard to
believe so many people spew this kind of stuff all
the time. I have to think many of them are just
trolling, a relatively new phenomenon mostly
unique to social media whereupon a tweeter posts
something vile or preposterous solely for the
purpose of getting a bunch
of people to react. Anyone is susceptible, even me!
I can get upset with the best of them when coming
across a "Hey look at this brief video of a guy dressed as a
woman twerking in front of children!" Of course
following that are hundreds of "That's just horrible"
And the wickedness metastasizes.
This is the Catholicist nation.
Recently Edward Ring posted a piece online titled
"Mob Rule and the Death of Trust." In it he
explained precisely why so many gravitate to Donald
Trump. It is easy to see why, and Ring elucidates it
brilliantly. Essentially there are quite a few who
really hate it when they are told they must
enthusiastically celebrate the day their daughters
mutilate their bodies in the name of
Here's a bit of it from Mr. Ring:
The establishment mob, nurtured by social media and
condoned if not supported by mainstream
institutions, has betrayed and destroyed the careers
of college professors who refused to postpone
exams or lower standards in deference to militant
students who claim victim status. It has
marginalized doctors and other medical professionals
who question the wisdom of providing “gender
confirmation” drugs and surgeries to minors
including preadolescent children. It has ruthlessly
attacked the reputations of qualified meteorologists
who counter the “climate emergency” narrative, all
but silencing them. Examples of absurdity
multiply in lockstep with demands we must accept all
of it or live as pariahs. Mistrust grows, and morphs
Oh that someone would stop it. After all we are
pretty furious about it.
Trump? Nah, he's just a boorish circus barker. A
very dapper überbully though, but too much of a
lightning rod. Makes things kind of messy-looking.
do want someone, though.
The problem is getting that someone
requires making sure he has enough force to stop the
bad things. Maybe
as much as seven times the force of anyone
who'd try to keep the putrid immorality going. Maybe
After all, Cain was fully qualified to crack heads —
he had no issue with murdering his own brother.
He was given an entire city to run — the police
department there must've been the best ever. He
always boasted about how caring he was towards those
who did exceptionally well ingratiating themselves
to him — after all didn't he really want to be his
Want to get a great idea of this dynamic at work,
one that thrives in all legitimate Americanist
potentates' ivory towers today? It's already been
done, always, all the time throughout history —
a fine exposition of this at work is the quite
history of Roman emperors through the 400 years
after Christ. Indeed I'm convinced Jesus was born at
the exact time that the most powerful temporal leader ever
walked the earth, one Augustus Caesar. I believe
Roman emperors flailed about, half of whom were
flat-out murdered for their efforts, trying to be as
powerful as Jesus for centuries simply because they
desperately needed to manage that city largely
because good wholesome Catholicists desperately needed
As they do today, really. I mean, Trump was as good
a Roman emperor for four years as any of them. Kind
of nice he didn't get murdered to end his reign,
though it does seem there are a decent number of
Trump-haters who'd gladly have done the job. Maybe the Big
Steal saved his life after all.
Now there is Joe Biden, one of the best Roman
emperors of our day —
he is a proud devout Roman Catholic. Doesn't mean
he's particularly popular, but many back in Rome's
heyday weren't either. But he's there, and however
weak he may be he does safely do the bidding of his
Chief of Staff and other top advisors who in turn
get their cues from the leftist think tanks who in
turn get their cues from Georgetown and the
university system who in turn get their cues from...
For you see, it is obvious a Catholicized populace
cannot tolerate a vacuum of highly visible autocratic rule for even
two seconds. There has got to be someone
running things at the top of Cain's Legacy always in
every instant, not just to stop the evil of that
other rotten schlub
but to see if they'd be so kind as to give one's
own evildoing a pass. "Be your brother's
keeper okay! That's me!" they incessantly bleat to a kind and caring
head-cracker in a shiny fancy outfit with lapel pin
Those Roman emperors? Always maneuvering for a kind
of sanctified position with the help of the most
formidable party operatives, the most incisively
vociferous elements of the mob they must bribe
(after all, Vox populi, vox dei!) and perhaps most importantly the religious
power-brokers who had their parishioners by the
balls. Trajan was emperor during the height of the
empire in 117 CE, and he was considered a good one,
but was the first to really express any anxiety
about that brand spankin' new movement called
No worries though!
Just get it institutionalized so it could be
managed and you're good.
Many went along with it and it became the state
church subject to all the things Caesar must say
about it, much like today's 501c3 incorporated
tax-exempt non-profit God clubs —
all just subdivisions of the fully authorized
Roman Catholic ecclesiocracy. There were some who
didn't join up, through the ages there have been
those pockets of believers who worship God in Spirit
and in Truth but do allow Cain's administration to
do its thing for those who need it.
Those who say they're Christians but rant
and rail at Caesar, screeching about this government
irregularity or that government impropriety and how
impotent they are because their favored Caesarian
minion is not able to crack heads the way they want?
I'd recently gotten a bit interested in a nifty
video from an educational video website, one that
has a skilled artist sketch out philosophical concepts,
right there as the video progresses. This one was
about a concept I'd never seen before, from German
pastor and Nazi martyr Dietrich Bonhoeffer. I myself
have often ruminated on the presented elementary question, however,
as so many have:
What is the deal with stupidity?
Apparently Bonhoeffer was convinced that stupidity
was worse than evil. People can be very intelligent
but do tremendously stupid things —
true that. Many people are dumb as a
rock and still do very virtuous things. True that as
well. Furthermore Bonhoeffer seemed to feel that
with somewhat clear articulation it was possible to
convince an evil person to turn from his or her
wayward ways, but it was impossible to convince a
stupid person of the evil he does simply because,
well, he's stupid. He simply cannot
All of this does get into the
whole rationality-irrationality dichotomy. I believe
the answer to this conundrum is extraordinarily
simple: there is no such thing as irrationality.
Even the stupidest person on the planet has some
reason that is perfectly fine for why he does
what he does. You may not like it and it may be
horrifically evil, but it is still perfectly
rational. But then that's just it, isn't it? It may
be rational, but yet again...
It may not be righteous.
And to get at what is actually righteous and
unrighteous, you need Scripture. You need
transcendent truths coming from the mouth of God to
get at this thing wisdom
the antidote to stupidity. Righteousness
is the thing that cures stupidity, not some
hifalutin appeal to the god Rationality.
Also, much of that which we may readily identify
as stupid does indeed come from the lips of the
World mandarins who sit in their perched positions
spewing the stuff that System devotees must
hear to have their evildoing administered. It is
often perversely rational to move people to do
egregiously stupid things
or maybe even prevent
them but only to show how splendid they are at doing
it is what it must be.
I'd spend more time regaling you with who is
informing the most visibly influential potentates,
you know, exactly the same as those Roman emperors — but
peruse this webzine and I think you'll
figure it out.
One of the most significant events in the history of
the magnificent thing freedom of speech
happened recently, Elon Musk's "freeing" of Twitter.
Wow! All those finely blapping tweeters can now get
back on there and tweet away about how much they
loathe Caesar or any one of his minions.
Undergroundish muckraker CJ Hopkins, whose tweets
have always been accompanied by a notice about how
supposedly bad they are, has not been so anodyne about the
His most recent piece gets into the idea that Musk
is really no different than —
a Roman emperor! He is just as much now
the one with the overarching power to give a thumbs
up or down to anyone's privilege to do anything in
his now vast-reaching empire. The question yet again
is, who exactly is informing Musk of what he
must now do as Grand Imperator of the Twitter Nation?
I must add that Hopkins has also been quite vocal
about the Covidian tyranny, and out of that the
question comes up again —
how come the mass stupidity among the most
devout Covidians? Really, how it is so massive,
so global in scope?
He has cited Mattias Desmet's idea of "mass
— something that gained a great deal of traction as
the reason for all the lockdown stupidity
— yet vigorously rejected it because it actually
leads to avoiding responsibility for patently lethal
Whether evil or stupid, lockdown protocols resulted
(and at this time are still resulting!) in far more
people dead and livelihoods lost than a virus. Hopkins is one of the
few who are calling out the folly for what it is: a
very real moral wrong, not some mental defect or
clinically psychological phenomenon as
And the only way you can see that is from the
Kingdom. The World overwhelms us with rationality
excuses, much of it coming from the extraordinarily
proficient arts of war employed by the very best
System Ops in the deepest parts of the ecclesiocracy. Those not steeped in Scripture
prayerfully practicing the highest grace and deepest wisdom
and richest fellowship with one another and wholly leaning
on The Living Word for strength and peace and
righteousness are absolutely no match for these
Really, schlepping up to the throne the most super spiffy emperor you
can find for a time however long
that can be is one of the most important tasks the
officially ordained World Ops have.
Want to know The One Who Has The Heads Of
Every Emperor Under His Foot? I humbly recommend you peek at the 18th Psalm. It is
kind of a lengthy one, but if you're a reader, settle
in with a cup of tea by the fireplace and enjoy
diving into words effusive with the robustly certain promise God would succeed in
everything there is on your behalf. You can't miss
it. People miss it because they are so Catholicized,
given over the imbibing the words of those who use
the most rational
folly as a tool to keep the spiritually ill-equipped
Once you get that idea
and even better grasp that Jesus is the one
spoken of in that beautiful, wonderful Psalm, you
see clearly that Jesus really does look a lot like
the emperor, with the power and might and majesty
and all the rest of it. All that stuff is there because that's
just what we're all so used to.
Instead He is Someone way better.
He's The Breaker.
And when you see your chains are completely broken,
those chains of stupidity and folly and seduction to
things that don't really amount to anything but
screeched into your ears by some exceedingly
industrious World Op...
You may then enter the Kingdom.
Yeah, that gate is verrry narrow, but He'll
get you through.
Those nail-scarred hands guarantee it.
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