Chevalier Charles Coulombe on the Role Of Freemasonry in Revolutions

This time I want to share a few thoughts on Chevalier Charles Coulombe’s video “Freemasonry’s Role in Revolutions” which can be found here.  Before I launch into my personal diatribe against the Synagogue of Satan, which is not my description but that of His Holiness, Pope Leo XIII, let me make one thing perfectly clear. In the United States, which is the only country where Masonry is a mass organization (in Britain and other countries, where you would never see a bumper sticker saying “2B1 Ask 1,” it is a small, elite organization, open only by invitation), most Masons are good, decent men, who have no idea what the true aims of the Lodge are.
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The Crusades: Re-Thought Or Re-Written?

templarThe Crusades are like White Castle hamburgers. Either you love them or you hate them. Of course, given the secular, anti-Christian education most people are subjected to these days, the overwhelming majority of people hate them as “Eurocentric” imperialism.

However, on what basis were they bad?

First of all, what were the Crusades? They were wars in which the Crusade Indulgence was granted by the Pope.  While most people who hear the term think only of the Crusades to retake the Holy Land from the jihad, there were Crusades in other lands as well.  There were Crusades against the jihad in the Iberian Peninsula, normally referred to as the Reconquista. There was a Crusade preached against the Albigensian Cathari in Languedoc in the South of France. There were the Northern Crusades, including the Wendish, Livonian, Swedish, Danish, and Prussian Crusades, and a Crusade against the Bogomils in Bosnia.

However, since the average person with a modern, secular education only knows of the Eastern Crusades and, possibly, the Reconquista, I will be discussing only the Crusades against the jihad in this article.

It is important to remember that at the founding of Islam by Muhammad, the world looked like this:

All of the purple area (fitting, it being the Imperial color) was Christian. This was pre-Great Schism, so while all of the Empire was Christian, not all Christian lands were part of the Empire (an important point later).

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Fascism and Communism are Blood Brothers

One of my pet peeves is when I am accused of being a fascist or a nazi because of my integrist, reactionary politics. Years ago, in university, I had a very good friend from England. He was a Labourite, with sympathies for the Militant, a trotskyite communist entryist movement infiltrating the Labour Party. At the time, I was a member of Prag, a ginger group in the Conservative and Unionist Party that essentially wanted to restore the Stuart Constitution under the House of Windsor (a goal I still support).

In a political discussion, I was expounding on my views when someone said, “You’re a fascist!”  My friend, Ron, leapt to my defense, retorting, “If England is saved from fascism, it will be by men of Weismiller’s stripe.”

Of course, in the liberal, “progressive,” i.e. marxist, dominated milieu of political discourse today, anyone who does not accept the marxist position explicitly, or implicitly by acquiescence, is automatically a ‘”fascist.”  I often joke, ironically, that “fascism” is any opinion the fashionable left disagrees with.  “Fascist pig” became popular in the anti-Vietnam War movement and has remained popular on the left.

In reality however, both Marxism and fascism/nazism are left-wing, revolutionary philosophies, as is explained at length by Erik Maria Ritter von Kuehnelt-Leddihn in his seminal work Leftism: from de Sade and Marx to Hitler and Marcuse, and its revised edition, Leftism Revisited: From De Sade and Marx to Hitler and Pol Pot. He explains that both are Hegelian in origin, Marxism being Left Hegelian and fascism/nazism being Right Hegelian.
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On Liechtenstein

I’m sure that most of you have heard of Liechtenstein. Some may have even visited it. I have a special, personal interest in it, because for a time, I was the sworn subject of its Prince. In an article I wrote recently on my personal blog, I explained how that came about, and “realized that there is only one State in the world, still existing, that was a constituent part of the Holy Roman Empire, and that is still ruled by a monarch, i.e. Liechtenstein. The story of how Liechtenstein, as Liechtenstein, became a State of the Empire is fascinating in itself, and is the subject of a future article.” Welcome to that article, which they have asked to re-post on the Traditian Order, of which I am a member.

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