The Church & Politics 

The Church & Politics 

In 1973, Jean Raspail wrote a book that envisioned a future where masses of poor and helpless refugees migrate to Europe and other white nations, and destroy the western world as we know it today. Anybody who watches the news, and has been at least slightly “red pilled,” realizes that Raspail's theory is frighteningly accurate, and almost prophetic. In the book millions and millions of migrants are sailing in the direction of Europe, and the Chinese are flooding across the border into the Soviet Union. This is similar to Europe and the United States having the major immigration they are dealing with today. Also similar to the book, modern western politicians are in full support of this white genocide, and a large percentage of people believe in the idea that we need the West to be one big multicultural melting pot with no national identity whatsoever. Being both Catholic and a nationalist, the most alarming comparison between Raspails prophetic vision and current times to me is that of the Pope’s view on immigration . In the book, the Pope is of Latin American descent, is "in tune with the times," is congenial to the press, calls for "universal love," and advocates for open borders to the world’s migrants for the sins of the West. Pope Francis who is also of Latin American descent, said something along those very lines when he addressed Congress by telling America to throw open her borders to thousands of impoverished migrants, in part to atone for the "sins" of the colonial era. He followed almost word for word what the Pope stated in the book "Camp of the Saints".

Why Johnny can’t speak German

This morning I was mooching free internet in a coffee shop in downtown Graz, which is a city in the southeastern part of Austria. While ordering my drink, I realized that, after three years of high school German, while receiving fairly high grades, I still had extreme difficulty ordering coffee. I did not have to ponder long as to why this was the case. The reason for my inefficiency in German had to do with the fact that, instead of using class time to actually teach the German language and culture, my German teacher had used class time primarily to spread her cultural Marxist ideology and deep hatred of Donald J. Trump. Since my freshman year, this teacher of mine had always spouted leftist propaganda and done everything in her power to publicly shame anyone remotely conservative, but with the success of Donald Trump’s campaign, and the rise in American nationalism, this woman who claims to be a German teacher has used more and more time—funded by tax-payers—to do nothing other than further her own political agenda.