Don’t sit down

War in the service of good is not vice but glory. It’s high time we stop letting the enemy convince us otherwise.

We are already in a global civil war fought on the landscape of information. The average man outsources his thinking to masters who expect him to forget. They play the game of disorientation, confusion, and the instigation of self-doubt. They shut debate down and resort to name calling and appeals to authorities that are bought and paid for.

The enemy will never act in good faith.

What are you going to do about it?

Most of the masses continue to shrug and hope for the best. But hope is not a plan. Not when they are defining disagreement as “domestic terror” and insisting on the right to perversely sexualize your preschoolers.

When the power of the state is harnessed to weaponize ideology, if you love what you “know,” you cannot afford to sit back and let the liars have free rein. At some point your conscience must say, “No.” Because Christianity is the ultimate ideology of words, now more than ever we must speak up.

It is not a sin to conscientiously object to the removal of your right to tell the truth. It is not a sin to wake up and run out of the house filled with poison gas. It is not a sin to call out regulatory capture, spy games, and technocracy for what they are: theft.

It is a good thing to know that there is a better way. It is a great thing to stand up and share it.

Till angel cry and trumpet sound,
The Mad Christian

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