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Bleak Theology: Hopeful Science

The making of the Thot and the cure.

I am not sure what or when Babylon the great is. But I know the narrative is collapsing, and the number of actors, executives and editors who are being accused of predating on staff is increasing, particularly in converged peddlers of pravda, the official truth.

As Theodore Beale notes, the converged always project. They accuse us of exploiting women, of enslaving them, and blinding them by religion. I call that bullshit. The current narrative removes the protection of father and family, allows the predator to exploit young men and women when they should be still innocent, and makes even wonder woman into a brainless red guard.

This is not merely in popular culture (though the number of actresses that have been despoiled by Hollywood is legion: the only thing they have left, like a Kardashian, is their body, and they are reduced to being that cute ‘ho there, a Thot). It is our academy, where the structures and systems that allowed for women and men to study in safety — such as single sex fraternities, colleges and flats — are removed. Our elders were wiser. They assumed that if a man and women got together, one thing would lead to another, and their shotgun would need to be bought out, for the world would be more peopled.

We are seeing the destruction of this little Babylon in real-time. On twitter. For the Thots are saying #MeToo. But know this, that the

Revelation 18:1-8

1 After this I saw another angel coming down from heaven, having great authority; and the earth was made bright with his splendor. 2 He called out with a mighty voice, 
     “Fallen, fallen is Babylon the great! 
          It has become a dwelling place of demons, 
     a haunt of every foul spirit 
          a haunt of every foul bird, 
          a haunt of every foul and hateful beast. 
3   For all the nations have drunk 
          of the wine of the wrath of her fornication, 
     and the kings of the earth have committed fornication with her, 
          and the merchants of the earth have grown rich from the power of her luxury.”

4 Then I heard another voice from heaven saying, 
     “Come out of her, my people, 
          so that you do not take part in her sins, 
     and so that you do not share in her plagues; 
5   for her sins are heaped high as heaven, 
          and God has remembered her iniquities. 
6   Render to her as she herself has rendered, 
          and repay her double for her deeds; 
          mix a double draught for her in the cup she mixed. 
7   As she glorified herself and lived luxuriously, 
          so give her a like measure of torment and grief. 
     Since in her heart she says, 
          ‘I rule as a queen; 
     I am no widow, 
          and I will never see grief,’ 
8   therefore her plagues will come in a single day — 
          pestilence and mourning and famine — 
     and she will be burned with fire; 
          for mighty is the Lord God who judges her.”

I have talked about the symbolism of Babylon the great: the worship of the divine goddess combined with the degredation of any woman that they clutch, the sense of prosperity. The question I have today is now did we make such: how do we end up with a generation who sees themselves as mere commodities.

For there is a Hannah Montana mug in our house: the stepdaughter loved those shows, and we were not aware of the cesspool until Miley went fully debauched. The mug makes me sad.

The first thing to do is to cut the cable. Connect your TV to the internet and stream movies from a cheap provider.

Then do sports instead of watching them. Get your kids playing.

Follow the example of Elspeth, and keep the kids at home through the first year or two of college. Avoid the arts faculty and the grievance study industry. Tell your daughters to date with a view to marrying as you graduate (Rocks do beat paper in life).

Live as your grandmother or great grandmother did: be a lady. Yes, this takes effort.

Do not be degenerate. Do not promote degeneracy.

But you will have left Babylon, and you will not be in their sins. Their insults are high praise.

Fear instead when the elite you honour.

From @sheila on Gab.