The Imperialist: This is a far-right blog about the sublimity and power of absolutist, autocratic, and authoritarian regimes. It consists of politics, philosophy, my own thoughts and occasionally visual art, poetry, and music.
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Liberalism is the exoteric religion of the financial oligarchs, the high priests of Mammon who rule the West. Appealing to the vanity and self-regard of the profane, they manufacture consent by way of elections, propaganda and all manner of distractive spectacle. Manipulation of the popular consciousness, a black art honed to new levels of refinement over the last century, is now accomplished through electronic memes and quite literal programming in television, music and film. An inverted hierarchy will promote inverted values. Who among us today honors saints and warriors past as heroes worthy of our emulation? Under the usury bankster regime, we instead offer adoration to the savage and the harlot. By Mark Hackard, from ‘Counterfeit Paradise” (via heartbloodspirit)

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Egalitarianism is also a source of apathy, and not just because in universal states people no longer trust each other, but also because egalitarianism is essentially nihilistic, because it destroys value. Egalitarianism seeks to create a system the embraces everyone, and in the process redefines categories and archetypes in a way that makes them meaningful to no one. Because you see, something has value if it is different or unique, or because it makes you different and or unique. Either because it has or because it signifies certain qualities, or because it has or signifies superior quality. By Alex Kurtagic, from his speech @ The National Policy Institute’s 2013 Leadership Conference (via heartbloodspirit)

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Yes, the inability to face reality and make difficult decisions, that is the salient symptom of the liberal disease. Always trying to avoid a minor unpleasantness now, so that a major unpleasantness becomes unavoidable later, always evading any responsibility to the future—that is the way the liberal mind works. By William Pierce (via hierarchical-aestheticism)

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Passionist Martyrs of Daimiel

The Blessed Niceforo Diez Tejerina and his twenty-five Passionist Companios, Martyrs of Daimiel (Ciudad Real-Spain), sacrificed their life for the Faith between July 22 and October 23, 1936. Sixteen of them were between the ages of 18 and 21. Their martyrdom is an incentive to live faithfully our Catholic Faith, united as brothers in love and forgiveness. They were beatified by Pope John Paul II on October 1, 1989.
Approximately 80% of all the Martyrs were killed in the first year of the war. According to one source, from July 18,1936, to April 1, 1937, no fewer than 6,832 [1] priests and religious, both men and women, were killed for the Faith. There was not one defection among them. [This does not include numerous laymen who were also Martyred.] After the first year, the Communist authorities gained some control of the anarchist situation, and they slowed down the open killings; not because they minded killing Catholics, but because they knew how Martyrdom increase the peoples’ Faith. This was not their goal. Thirteen bishops were Martyred in 1936 alone, as compared to only two killed in the whole of the French Revolution.
Of the Martyrs of the Spanish Civil War, ten were canonized in 1999, and there have been over five hundred beatifications: three in 1987, twenty-six in 1989, forty-four in 1995, 218 in 1996, and another 233 just this past March. The word “Martyr” comes from the Greek: Martyrs, meaning “witness,” and what a witness to the true Faith are these Spaniards: a virtual “cloud of witnesses”! [Heb. 12: 1]
Directly opposed to any Catholic principles of government, anarchy and Communism waged war in Spain on all fronts——-military, social, moral, and religious. Hating all authority other than their own, they targeted God ultimately and, therefore, His Church. This can be proven from their own mouths and by their actions: “Blaspheme, and we will let you go,” “Break your vows [promises to God], and we will stop torturing you.” As they entered a village, their first object of attack was the church. There, the Communists and their henchmen would round up the priests and religious [as well as anyone who protested], wreak all kinds of destruction and sacrilege, then pour round after round of ammunition into the Tabernacle of the parish church.
These abominations were only a logical development of the thinking of the Reds. After all, Lenin had said: “We must combat religion——-this is the ABC of all materialism, and consequently of Marxism …” [2] A Communist broadcast of 1954 stated: “The Communist Party has always been irreconcilably opposed to religion, and has always fought it in a decisive manner.” The hatred of the Church extended to all priests, even left-leaning ones. There is the case——-a very embarrassing one to the Republican authorities——-of one shameful priest who was shot even though he was well-known for his Leftist sympathies. May God have mercy on his soul!

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my-ear-trumpet:

greluc:

theraccolta:

Passionist Martyrs of Daimiel

The Blessed Niceforo Diez Tejerina and his twenty-five Passionist Companios, Martyrs of Daimiel (Ciudad Real-Spain), sacrificed their life for the Faith between July 22 and October 23, 1936. Sixteen of them were between the ages of 18 and 21. Their martyrdom is an incentive to live faithfully our Catholic Faith, united as brothers in love and forgiveness. They were beatified by Pope John Paul II on October 1, 1989.

Approximately 80% of all the Martyrs were killed in the first year of the war. According to one source, from July 18,1936, to April 1, 1937, no fewer than 6,832 [1] priests and religious, both men and women, were killed for the Faith. There was not one defection among them. [This does not include numerous laymen who were also Martyred.] After the first year, the Communist authorities gained some control of the anarchist situation, and they slowed down the open killings; not because they minded killing Catholics, but because they knew how Martyrdom increase the peoples’ Faith. This was not their goal. Thirteen bishops were Martyred in 1936 alone, as compared to only two killed in the whole of the French Revolution.

Of the Martyrs of the Spanish Civil War, ten were canonized in 1999, and there have been over five hundred beatifications: three in 1987, twenty-six in 1989, forty-four in 1995, 218 in 1996, and another 233 just this past March. The word “Martyr” comes from the Greek: Martyrs, meaning “witness,” and what a witness to the true Faith are these Spaniards: a virtual “cloud of witnesses”! [Heb. 12: 1]

Directly opposed to any Catholic principles of government, anarchy and Communism waged war in Spain on all fronts——-military, social, moral, and religious. Hating all authority other than their own, they targeted God ultimately and, therefore, His Church. This can be proven from their own mouths and by their actions: “Blaspheme, and we will let you go,” “Break your vows [promises to God], and we will stop torturing you.” As they entered a village, their first object of attack was the church. There, the Communists and their henchmen would round up the priests and religious [as well as anyone who protested], wreak all kinds of destruction and sacrilege, then pour round after round of ammunition into the Tabernacle of the parish church.

These abominations were only a logical development of the thinking of the Reds. After all, Lenin had said: “We must combat religion——-this is the ABC of all materialism, and consequently of Marxism …” [2] A Communist broadcast of 1954 stated: “The Communist Party has always been irreconcilably opposed to religion, and has always fought it in a decisive manner.” The hatred of the Church extended to all priests, even left-leaning ones. There is the case——-a very embarrassing one to the Republican authorities——-of one shameful priest who was shot even though he was well-known for his Leftist sympathies. May God have mercy on his soul!

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Martires_pasionistas_de_daimiel.jpg