The Death of the White Race
#81
(10-07-2021, 12:42 PM)Paul Wrote:
(10-06-2021, 04:08 PM)Louis IX Wrote: A fair few people on this thread need to read Mit brennender Sorge.

Because wanting to preserve one's culture and ethnicity and believing the resources of a country should be used to take care of its own citizens first is no different than Hitler?
Nice strawman.

In Mit brennender Sorge,
Pius XI Wrote:8. Whoever exalts race, or the people, or the State, or a particular form of State, or the depositories of power, or any other fundamental value of the human community - however necessary and honorable be their function in worldly things - whoever raises these notions above their standard value and divinizes them to an idolatrous level, distorts and perverts an order of the world planned and created by God; he is far from the true faith in God and from the concept of life which that faith upholds.
Posting things like "don't be afraid to fight for your white heritage that your ancestors bought with their blood" is definitely "exalting race... above [its] standard value and [divinising] it to an idolatrous level". A true Catholic is a Catholic before he's anything else, and a Catholic shouldn't obsess over racial divisions that were invented by anthropologists who wanted to larp as Vikings.
La fleur fade est de courtoisie,
La fleur de France s'est remise,
Le Roy Saint Louis, à l'ombre du chêne,
Brille pour cette terre promise.
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#82
(10-08-2021, 06:18 PM)Louis IX Wrote:
(10-07-2021, 12:42 PM)Paul Wrote:
(10-06-2021, 04:08 PM)Louis IX Wrote: A fair few people on this thread need to read Mit brennender Sorge.

Because wanting to preserve one's culture and ethnicity and believing the resources of a country should be used to take care of its own citizens first is no different than Hitler?
Nice strawman.

You're the one making the comparison to Nazis. And you didn't specify who those 'fair few people' are. These days, it's far too common for anyone who expresses any sort of pro-white sentiment, or pride in their European-derived culture to be labelled all sorts of bad things. Yet it's perfectly okay for a black person to be proud of Africa.


(10-08-2021, 06:18 PM)Louis IX Wrote: Posting things like "don't be afraid to fight for your white heritage that your ancestors bought with their blood" is definitely "exalting race... above [its] standard value and [divinising] it to an idolatrous level". A true Catholic is a Catholic before he's anything else, and a Catholic shouldn't obsess over racial divisions that were invented by anthropologists who wanted to larp as Vikings.


Maybe you should have singled out that comment instead of lumping everyone together.

But is that really idolatry? The white heritage you refer to is really Christian heritage, and it's because the West is based on 2000 years of Christianity that the left hate it. 'White' might be fairly meaningless, and 'American' isn't just white people, but English and Scottish and French and Polish and Hungarian are.

Should we not fight - not necessarily physically - for Western, European, Christian culture? Because that's what white culture is. And that's what they were fighting for at the Battle of Lepanto, the anniversary of which was yesterday, and is memorialised on the Church's own calendar.

Hardly anyone - yet - is calling for white people to be killed. But they are calling things like hard work, two-parent families, and mathematics white, and therefore problematic. Are those not things worth fighting for?
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(10-08-2021, 09:08 PM)Paul Wrote: You're the one making the comparison to Nazis. And you didn't specify who those 'fair few people' are. These days, it's far too common for anyone who expresses any sort of pro-white sentiment, or pride in their European-derived culture to be labelled all sorts of bad things. Yet it's perfectly okay for a black person to be proud of Africa.
As I said, Catholics shouldn't obsess over racial divisions given that the concept of race has never played any role in Catholic culture. Catholics who have a problem with mixed marriages or "racial mixing" only show that, at best, they're culturally Protestant.
(10-08-2021, 09:08 PM)Paul Wrote: Maybe you should have singled out that comment instead of lumping everyone together.

But is that really idolatry? The white heritage you refer to is really Christian heritage, and it's because the West is based on 2000 years of Christianity that the left hate it. 'White' might be fairly meaningless, and 'American' isn't just white people, but English and Scottish and French and Polish and Hungarian are.

Should we not fight - not necessarily physically - for Western, European, Christian culture? Because that's what white culture is. And that's what they were fighting for at the Battle of Lepanto, the anniversary of which was yesterday, and is memorialised on the Church's own calendar.

Hardly anyone - yet - is calling for white people to be killed. But they are calling things like hard work, two-parent families, and mathematics white, and therefore problematic. Are those not things worth fighting for?
Yes, we should fight for Western, European and Christian culture. My problem with that is that those aren't the same as "the white race". Remember that the Copts were a Christian nation while the Norsemen and Saxons were worshipping idols and burning monastries.
La fleur fade est de courtoisie,
La fleur de France s'est remise,
Le Roy Saint Louis, à l'ombre du chêne,
Brille pour cette terre promise.
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Anyone we don't like is now called a "Nazi". Even liberal Bill Maher has acknowledged that fact. Yet it's ok to ramble on endlessly about white privilege, old white guys, etc.  To give you an example of how insane society has gotten read this article, which has gotten me into very heated arguments with people, even some who are moderately conservative. https://www.foxnews.com/media/shaun-king...-supremacy  

                                                    I've shown  that link to people online several times, and you might be shocked at what the initial response has been from several of them. It was something like "Well, we do know that Jesus and the Holy Family and the Apostles couldn't possibly have looked like the statues, stained glass, and paintings in our churches". To which I have to respond with "You've entirely missed the point here STUPID"  The key words you really need to focus on are "all images depicting Jesus as a “white European” should be torn down because they are a form of “white supremacy.”  Nothing else is really important after that.

PS                I guess the Japanese and the Koreans are even bigger Nazis than those of European ancestry, because they feel much stronger about preserving their culture than we do.
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Is this Shaun King not the guy that even many black people refer to as Talcum X?
He is a white guy pretending to be black, whether for attention, money or some other reason is not really relevant.
As usual, the media grabs onto the loudest, most controversial voices in the room regardless of credibility. It doesn't matter if what they are saying is true or not. In any normal situation, his ignore button would have been pressed long ago.
As mentioned,  I've seen pictures of Jesus in homes of people of different races and amazingly they tend to vary in appearance to look like the families who hang them on the wall.
“Tradition is so strong, that future generations will dream of what they never saw.” — G.K. Chesterton

"It will never be known what acts of cowardice have been committed for fear of not looking sufficiently progressive.”
Charles Peguy 
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#86
As an Arab Jewish person,who spent His life in the sun, Jesus was most likely brown, Virgin Mary and Joseph too. Doe s this matter? No.

Mary appears in apparition s reflecting on the people she is addressing.

La Salette, she appeared french and so on...

My ancestry is Saxon (Germany) and Scandinavian.
So with that, I relate more to Christ in this manner.

Jesus was made in the likeness of man. This entails entire human race.

Because most Statues are produced in Italy, Jesus and Mary have Italian features.
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#87
Those.who've seen Jesus, I mean, mystics or Saints who saw him, generally describe him as tall with blond hair though.
Ores, casta legas, jejunes otia vites si servare velis corpora casta Deo.
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