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Editorial: We Do Not Need Conservativism We Need a Classical Christian Revival Comments

I am afraid we will be fooled again if, after this election, we buy the idea that conservatism is the solution to what is needed in this Nation - and in the West. The collapse of Western civilization will not be remedied by conservativism. Political movements alone are inadequate for the task. Continue Reading

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  1. jh
    2 years ago

    Well explained, Deacon. The dignity and privileges we enjoy in Western society are due to the Catholic Church.

  2. abey
    2 years ago

    To the words of Joshua of ole in the gathering "Left nor Right" can today in political terms be attributed to "Liberalism or Conservatism", "Communism or Democratic", or in religious terms "Paganism or Atheism" are but on either side of the same coin under the same Master in the interchange to call Good as Evil & Evil as Good, When we take Communism & Democracy in terms of religious freedom, Communism which was earlier seen as the evil of the two, is now being seen in democracy to a much more dangerous evil. Where Communism was open in its polices against all Religions, Democracy is seen "Manipulated" against Christianity making it against the Truth through what is called the Leaven of Herod by the law exposing the fragility of the word Democracy to be easily turned from Govt off/by & for the people to People off/by & for the Govt using the "fear factor" which is but to the tagging by the Biblical Beast in its order & is seen in its start by aiming to make Children as "State Property" to the recent Referendum in Ireland of the manner, which in total goes against the basic family order, for the state cannot give that crucial love or Like when Hillary says it takes a village to care for the child she means "State Property", because she is state property, to beware of the wiles of the devil

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