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I hate the Puritanism of the Christian Dissident Right.

Calendargate was kind of the straw that broke the camels back for me. It was the ultimate manifestation of the endless demonisation of based women, from both the Christian fundamentalists and the most toxic elements of the 'Red Pill', both of whom seem to hate beautiful women as much as the Woke.

They wilfully ignore the distinction between healthy sexuality, that of heterosexuality and the youthful female, and gross perversions and degeneracy like LGBT. I blame the mainstream Christian leaders, that bent over backwards to try and provide consistent standards for heterosexual sin and homosexuality, as per the words of the Bible.

But sex outside of marriage and naughty, fun sexual expression between men and women is far from equal to the filth that is represented by the rainbow flag. One should be able to not be a prude, whilst still being anti-LGBT; recognizing the indisputable supremacy of heterosexuality as the foundation of human life, and its status as correct human functioning.

Ultimately the Christian Right and Wokeness come from the same Puritan morality. They hate the beauty and vitality of the human form, and wish to repress it in the pursuit of equity. There is no difference between ugly and beautiful to them, the beautiful and successful specimens must be humbled in pursuit of grey, dreary social levelling.

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Well, the Winter open Thread on January 15, with a Happy New Years! That must have been quite a party. Things have gone off the rails up north here. We're on day 9 of snow without interrupt, local politics have taken a slightly violent turn, unfortunately. But we are survivalists first and foremost, so don't write us off yet. https://falsechoices.substack.com/p/local-election-part-1

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Jan 15Liked by Kulak

Making my way through the second novel in a series on the Spanish Civil War by Gironella. The present time seems similar to the society he describes then. Lots of madness bubbling up.

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Jan 15Liked by Kulak

I read "Cosmic Serpent" by Jeremy Narby https://www.amazon.com/Cosmic-Serpent-DNA-Origins-Knowledge/dp/0874779642 - it dives into the potential role DNA places in hallucinogenic experiences. It's a surprisingly easy read, it's written in a free wheeling exploratory style where he goes through his thought process as he investigates the idea. I recommend reading this if you've watched Ancient Apocalypse on Netflix or if you went deeper and read Visionary by Graham Hancock. I didn't come away with any conclusions about anything, but it gave me a lot to think on.

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I was referred by Revolver and spent a while pondering what in the sam hill I had discovered. Here in 2024 I went back to your last August’s posts about preppers and posers and seriously considered the proposition that I was dead wrong. Freeze drying delicious home cooked entrees, gardens, guns and gold, was I deluding myself? God on my mind daily but cognizant of my frailty and sin, I realized that not having a passport even though I know it is a simple inexpensive parachute when timely acquired was foolish. Thank you.

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"dating section"?

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Delicious sausage from the local Mennonites. Only $2.50/pound! He's FDA unapproved, as it should be.

Some gristle, otherwise great.

9/10

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If you want to escape from the dreadful pall of Marxism and other germanic philosophy, a good place to start would be these Dominican monks explaining the bedrock Western philosophy of Saint Thomas Aquinas. (In digestible 5-10 minute bites)

https://aquinas101.thomisticinstitute.org/an-introduction-to-the-summa

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For one of the most, if not the most, engaging reads on the human condition may I suggest “An Essay on Morals” by Philip Wylie, C. 1947, The Ferris Printing Company, N.Y. / Rinehart & Company, Inc., N. Y.

Wylie’s ability to ...”voyage beyond the Opposite Directions of Religion and Objective Truth, to Understanding” are worth the effort.

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José María Gironella Pous (1917-2003) civil war trilogy: Los cipreses creen en Dios (1953), Un millón de muertos (1961), Ha estallado la paz (1966)

In English: The Cypresses Believe in God, One Million Dead, Peace After War

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