Economics

Usury & Interest

The word “usury” has crept back into public view over the past decade. It is interesting that the current Pope, in 2014, greeted the National Council of Anti-Usury Foundation by saying “When a family has nothing to eat, because it has to make payments to usurers, this is not Christian, it is not human!” Usury, a […]

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Philosophy, Spirituality

Spirit of the Occident

Western Civilisation is composed of three elements; Roman Ethos[1] Christian Pathos[2] Greek Logos[3] It was Aristotle, in fourth century BC Greece, who first defined Ethos, Pathos, and Logos.[4] We have to praise Thomas Aquinas for bringing “ancient Athens to medieval Paris,” and of course, Dante Alighieri for not only reinterpreting Tradition but also for playing […]

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Philosophy, Spirituality

A Lesson on Love

Many supposed “right-wingers” take issue with Christianity for a number of reasons. One of the most obvious of these is the idea of loving all people, even your enemies. Oftentimes, the word “cuck” is used to describe anyone who would even think of such a thing. This, however, is only due to a complete lack of knowledge on […]

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Philosophy, Spirituality

Inversion of the Sciences

The modern world revolves around science. Despite this, so many people who “fucking love science” are unable to really pin down what it actually is beyond some superficial meaning related to progress or technology or something along those lines. The word comes from the Latin scientia, meaning knowledge. But do the modern sciences really have that much […]

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