Category: Philosophy

The American’s New Map

JC Dodge recently posted on West Virginia “House Concurrent Resolution 8” which is a wise step by the West Virginia legislature to diffuse a volatile situation created by Mid-Atlantic elites.  We’ve also heard of sanctuary cities and counties for gun owners in Virginia created by Virginians working with their local rules.  A couple of comments are in order.  If you look at the map of the world in 1917, it looks vastly different than the world map today.  Whole countries and empires have risen and fallen in that hundred year period.  Prussia, the Austro-Hungarian empire dissolved after several centuries and the USSR rose and fell much quicker.  Bureaucrats and politicians look at a map and think that their bureaucracy and government are permanent, but nothing in the present evil age is permanent except Christ and his rule over the nations.  Our rulers are mentally stuck in the post-WWII 20th century America with strong institutions and national identity.  Times have changed for everyone else.  We’re now witnessing the re-drawing of the map of North America and a return to regionalism.

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T.E. Lawrence, a master of guerrilla warfare.

Having read several substantial texts on Lawrence, one takes notice of a favorite tactic, that is the destruction of railroads used by the Ottomans to move troops from one stronghold to another. On at least several occasions, Lawrence himself used explosives to destroy rails and trains, allowing only a small band of Bedouin Arabs to outmatch larger numbers of soldiers who were simply trying to escape the destruction. This caused the Ottomans to commit larger amounts of resources to defending areas that otherwise had little strategic value. When the Ottomans moved soldiers to a location, Lawrence and his wild band of fighters would simply leave and attack the next vulnerable target.

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Do we even have a nation anymore?

A quick Google search defines a nation as “a large body of people united by common descent, history, culture, or language, inhabiting a particular country or territory.” Oxford defines a nation as “a country considered as a group of people with the same language, culture and history, who live in a particular area under one government.” Looking at these definitions, the relevant ones at least, you see a common theme related to culture, language and history. These aspects also lend themselves heavily to common descent (race and ethnicity), religious philosophy, a general socially accepted moral code, values, ethics and traditions. After all of that, we can focus lastly on matters of actual borders and whether our government systems serve us all equally, or rather, whether our government rules over us all in roughly the same manner and to roughly the same benefit or detriment.

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Is the US on the path of Balkanization?

The social observation is that such a mass of diverse peoples must have a voluntary pressure outlet in order to maintain peace. We must accept reality that not all cultures are able to be forced together with peaceful results. Forced proximity, with advantages, disadvantages and blame doled out only to certain peoples, with a lack of opportunity to separate peacefully will always result in strife and eventual violence.

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May Day

May Day, the holiday of the Marxist International. They are in the open now in the US like never before- and what are you doing to counter it?

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