Misconceptions about a Christian State

Let’s clear up a few “fears” about living in a place that would be a “Christian Nation/State.”

Fear #1. I don’t want anyone to tell me what to do.

A young man once told me that he didn’t want to join the military because he “didn’t want anyone to tell him what to do.” I felt the same way when I was a young man.

But one quickly realizes how little independence is allowed in this world. When you are child your parents (hopefully) told you what to do. When you are in school, the teachers give you all kinds of ridiculous rules to follow and even tell you to stop talking. (And God help you if you say anything politically incorrect.)

There is a brief time in a life — out of Dad’s house, semi-employed, perhaps in college — when you really have no one telling you what to do. It’s a great time, if also a time of relative penury. Yet there, we regulate our activities so as to keep up our grades decent and out of jail. And, these days, there’s a great deal of self-censorship in college.

And then you either create your own business, and your customers rule you with an iron fist (anyone who has started and run their own business can tell you this — even your employees will have more freedom), our you become employed, and your boss tells you what to do and not do eight hours a day.

And if you want to live in a house or apartment, you are told to work forty hours a week to pay for rent, utilities, food, car payments, cell phone and Internet. And taxes.

I don’t know where people get it in their mind that somehow America is a “free country.” Perhaps it used to be, but those days are long gone. You pay rent to the government (taxes on your real property) and outrageous fees for things like water (in my town it is illegal to collect water off my own roof).

Ahh, but some of you will say “that’s not what I’m talking about. I’m saying I don’t want anybody imposing their morality on me.” Continue reading

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Article from PCR

From Paul Craig Roberts:

CNN former host Reza Aslan, now a professor at the University of California, tweeted:

“The President is a white nationalist terror leader. His supporters—ALL OF THEM—are by definition white nationalist terror supporters.  The MAGA hat is a KKK hood.  And this evil, racist scourge must be eradicated from society.”

How can it be that Trump wanting to enforce US law inspires a person to shoot Hispanics, but Aslan’s call to eradicate all Trump supporters doesn’t inspire a person to attack Trump supporters? Why wasn’t Aslan disciplined by the University of California for his hate speech?  Why wasn’t he blocked by Twitter?

How can NBC Universal’s film, “The Hunt,” produced by Jason Blum, a Jew, depict liberal elites hunting and killing “Trump deplorables” for sport and escape the charge of hate speech and encouraging deadly violence against half of the US population?

If wanting to build a wall to keep out illegal immigrants encourages Americans to shoot Hispanics, how much violence is encouraged by a movie in which Trump supporters are hunted and shot? There is scant complaint about Israel’s wall that keeps Palestinians out of their own country. Try to imagine someone making a film about hunting Jews for sport and calling it a satire.

Clearly in the Western media and US Democratic Party it is open season on all white people.  The most intense hatred is expressed against them—even calls for their extermination—and it doesn’t qualify as hate speech or encouraging violence.

The hatred and demonization of white people in America is no different from the propaganda against Jews in the Third Reich.  Yet not a single member of the Democratic Party or American print, TV, and NPR radio protests.

That fact tells us all we need to know.  If white people don’t get organized and defend themselves there is likely to be a white holocaust.

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Growing Soil — Gardening Nations

I’ve lamented the fact that I’m good at killing things (like deer and elk) but very poor at growing things (like a vegetable garden).  My chickens, egg layers, did well.  But I’ve yet to produce anything close to a garden that I’m proud of.

I’ve wanted to give up and say “well that’s just not my thing.”  But I keep going.  Something inside of me says “you’re not complete until you can grow tomatoes and potatoes.”   So I keep going.  

By now I should have learned some things.  And I have.

Lesson #1.  Before you can grow plants, you have to grow soil.
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The Problem With Hate Crimes

I don’t know what a Hate Crime is.   I hate Islam. I hate self-emmasculation (sex change operations).  I hate the rape of children.  I hate Satan, who would destroy all of Adam’s children.   Am I guilty of a crime? Should I be punished?

What is hate? It can be an emotion.  Hatred can be an intense emotion beyond cold reason.  Or it may be just an expression of profound disagreement, as in “I hate Islam” or “I hate Marxism.”   

What is a hate crime? Is killing a teenager for his tennis shoes a lesser evil than a Black man killing a White cop because the cop is White?

I would say, “no.”  Murder is murder regardless of the motivation.  Killing a man for his tennis shoes is as bad as killing a man because he is White or Black or Gay or Christian or Muslim.

Crimes are only punishable, in the Bible, for actions witnessed by two people.  People can witness acts of murder. No one can witness  an inner state of the soul.   Hatred is not a crime in the Bible. Adultery is.  Murder is.  Theft is.  Even breaking the Sabbath is.  But not hatred.

America is full of people that hate. Listen to ex-President Obama; it is certain he hates a lot of Americans — White Christian Americans that believe in God, Guns, and Strong Borders. Obama engages in hate speech by slandering these Americans — he calls them “racists,” an overt expression of hatred and slander.

But that should not be a crime.   Continue reading

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Calling Someone A Racist IS Hate Speech

I asked a person of color,  what does racist mean?” after he commented unfavorably on some of my views.

He said, “it means that you hate somebody because they have a different skin color.” 

He was careful to define it as narrowly as possible because he was aware (from talking to me) of the abuse of the term, in that it is used to slander anyone at any time if they are White and don’t fully buy into the political views of the Left.

So let’s work through his definition of racist.  I mean, who hates people just because of different pigmentation?  I’ll readily admit I prefer straight fine hair over kinky hair — am I a “hair-ist?” or a “racist?”  Is it a crime to prefer straight over curly hair? Or is that line only crossed when going from curly to kinky hair?  These preferences do not conform to the definition of racist as hating a different pigmentation zone.

The killer in El Paso made zero reference to skin color in his alleged manifesto.  He didn’t like global warming, robotics, or illegal aliens. Zero reference to skin pigmentation. 

When Hitler gassed the Jews, it wasn’t because of skin color.  Lots of Jews have blond hair and blue eyes — beautiful people some of them.

And who won’t use Aunt Jemima syrup on their pancakes?

I’m being silly because it is all silly.  There are no significant number of people who dislike people ONLY BECAUSE they are differently pigmented.  Not even Adolph Hitler conforms to that definition of racism. Continue reading

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Response to “Christians Against Christian Nationalism.”

Christians Against Christian Nationalists are so concerned about “Christian Nationalism” that they’ve set up a web site just to attack an under-represented and marginalized group.

Am I, Fritz Berggren, a Christian Nationalist?  (This is where parsing words is very important — something Leftists avoid; it is easier to denounce and defame than logically elucidate.)

Am I a Christian?  Yes.  Am I a nationalist? Yes.  Do the two necessarily go together? No.  

A nationalist is someone who believes that loyalty to one’s ancestors and progeny is valid, more valid than loyalty to another’s ancestors and progeny.  That is how I would define “nationalism.”  Nation is from the same root word as “natal,” as in pre-natal or post-natal (referring to birth).  The Spanish word nacir is of the same latin root as nation; nacir means “to be born”

So, yes, I prefer my ancestors and progeny over that of any other human being and I do that without apology.  Everyone on the planet has this right and, in fact, obligation.  Does that mean we are “superior” to them?  Not necessarily.  But we could be superior to others in some respects just as they could be superior to us. 

It is an insult to every person to say “we are all equal.” 

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Exciting Possibilities

The world is full of exciting possibilities as we watch the collapse unfold.  And that is the reason I write this blog.  The world as we have known it is gone — all that was of Western Civilization — founded in Christianity, nobility, the classical virtues of logic and knowledge and rhetoric — are gone.  Christian is practically illegal (it is permitted when segregated to a meaningless private space).   Logic and rationality have been replaced by sloganeering — “racial justice,” “fairness,” “equality.”   Masculinity cannot be used as a term unless “toxic” is put in front of it.  Men now cut their gonads off and take estrogen injections and our elite clap their hands and applaud.

It’s over.  And it’s not coming back.   Even the dark ages would be better than the twisted world that we are foisting on new generations in America and around the world.

So as one system collapses, another arises. Continue reading

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Stop Fighting History and Logic

It isn’t natural  to mix peoples who are loyal to foreign languages, lands, bloods and gods.  It doesn’t work —  if to work means peace and harmony.  Mixing African or Asian Muslims with European progressives isn’t working in Britain, Sweden, Denmark, Germany or France.  Why do people  ignore the evidence in front of their face?

Are people dense?
Or are they brainwashed?

They are brainwashed.  To actually use one’s brain and question the mixing of peoples is to violate one of the precepts of this late pagan religion (called the ‘modern liberal order’); that precept being that “we really all can get along — and if you don’t believe it you’re just an ignorant racist.”

No one likes to be a “racist,” so they run in fear, and cower, and obey, and turn their brain off.   We really are just sheep — unthinking and fearful.

The writings of Moses and the Prophets — the Hebrew Scriptures — tell me that our Creator never intended us to be mixed and went so far as to divide mankind by language, blood, times and boundaries (Genesis 10 and Acts 17:26).  

Stop fighting history and logic.
Accept what’s already been told to you.
Stop fearing man.

Be bold. Be a rebel. Think different.

Fritz Berggren, Ph.D.
Colorado
24 July 2019

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Theology 2: Adam, then Eve.

This will cause riot in the minds of the brainwashed: God created Adam first in time and first in place.  

From the dust of the ground God breathed  life into Adam to make him a living soul.   It was not good for Adam to be alone.   The other creatures (the animals) were not his match — not his mate.   

Instead of creating Eve sui generis, like he created Adam, God put Adam to sleep, took a rib and then fashioned a helper for him.   God presented this gift to Adam.  Then Adam named Eve, just like Adam name all the animals.  Eve did not receive a name from God, but from her lord, Adam.

Adam is primary.  Eve’s place was to be his helper.  They are not equal.  This is a foundational story.  All the scriptures that follow this story must accept the premised truths of Genesis.  

But why stop here?  There’s more. Continue reading

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Theology 1: The Writings

I’ve criticized the Church for having bad theology.  So if I know something they don’t what am I doing to fix the problem?  I’m going to write about theology, of course.

First, it is useful to understand the Bible as a collection of writings by different men in two different languages, Hebrew and Greek.  Inspired by the Holy Spirit?  Yes.  It is our intellectual link between the Eternal and Infinite and the mortal and ignorant.   Continue reading

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