Archive | July, 2011

The Need for Times of Contemplation

In the Name of The Master of Judgment   For those of us fortunate to live in the first world, if we have been blessed enough to have been born in a station where we do not have to struggle greatly simply for survival, it is a time in which much we could desire is […]

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Faux-conservatism is an infantile disorder

Americans who are familiar with the two-party system labor erroneously under the delusion that the Democratic party represents “liberalism,” and the Republican party represents “conservatism.”  From within the ranks of each party, its respective members both claim that the other is inherently flawed in their ideology or policy.  This is where the divergence ends, however: both […]

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The Necessity of Authentic Spirituality

Bound to the Will of The Most Gracious             It is not odd to feel alienated today.  In fact, the rates of alienation are increasing.  We are separated more than ever from our surroundings, from the people in our lives, from our work, and in some cases are barred from truly experiencing emotions: we have […]

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Anders Behring Breivik, a decoy nationalist?

There is a disturbing amount of silence regarding a portion of Oslo bomber Anders Behring Breivik’s ideology.  Although people have rushed to call him a “far-right reactionary,” it seems that the media does not want to tell us the whole truth.  This can hardly be surprising, given that the mainstream media can only conceive two […]

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Posted in Current Events, Europe4 Comments

On The Need for Strength and Prowess

In Service to The One      Our modern world is one fraught with conflict on multiple planes: political, religious, physical.  Each of these is worthy of an address in itself, but for the sake of simplicity and clarity the focus will be on a single facet which is important to all people who value their […]

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How Liberal Westerners Distort Buddhism

In societies which hold the individual as the focus of ideological progress, many people become excited at the idea of becoming “different” or more “original.” Westerners tend to cherish individuality to the point of rebellion, attempting to stand out and draw attention to themselves by their lifestyle, clothing, hairstyles, or adoptive cultural tendencies. In the […]

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Zionist America’s favorite communist terrorists

American politicians have recently been lobbying to remove the MEK from a list of terrorist organizations. Last Tuesday, six Members of Congress lead by Bob Filner (D-CA) and Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), both stallwart supporters of the Zionist state, signed a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urging that the State Department remove the far-left […]

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Gold makes a comeback worldwide

As the Western welfare states crumble beneath the weight of years of unsound policy, inflation, and a byzantine tax system, gold has become an increasingly attractive way of representing wealth.  The Telegraph reported that gold has reached an all-time high around the world, and that emerging powers such as China and India have abandoned the American […]

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The trouble with Irshad Manji

Among critics of Islam, there few voices more prominent than the revisionist Irshad Manji.  Calling herself a “refuseniks,” Manji has been praised in the media, along other radical feminists such as Wafa Sultan and Ayaan Hirsi Ali, for their virulent denunciations of Islam and Muhammad.  Western pundits praise Manji for her “bravery,” and portray her […]

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