Why Is Europe So Effeminate And Socialist?

The Libertarian Heathen

A warning for America on the consequences of the Military Industrial Complex.


Why is Europe populated by effeminate men who embrace Socialism?

The answer is simple, all the real men in Europe with a sense of honor and duty died in WW-1 and WW-2.

Post-war Europe was repopulated by the weak and cowardly who shirked their patriotic duty, producing a continent full of leg crossing effeminates who give up their guns, whore their daughters out to rape gangs, and vote for the likes of Macron and Merkle.

Countries like Poland amd Hungary who did not field large armies are the only bright spots outside of the RAC scene, Soldiers of Odin, and similar small pockets in the western portion, the remnant of Europes balls.

This is why you do not send our men to war unless absolutely necessary.

Why do we need to abandon interventionist foreign policy, and leave NATO…

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Sustaining Grace

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2 Corinthians 12:7-10

God’s grace is amazing. It not only takes care of our sin problem through the cross but also strengthens and sustains us every day of our life. The Lord never wavers in His good purpose for us, nor is He ever thwarted. His sustaining grace is the answer to our …

Difficult circumstances. Being a Christian does not exempt us from painful trials or unpleasant situations. The apostle Paul knew this firsthand. When he presented the good news of the gospel, some believed but many opposed him. In 2 Corinthians 11:23-27, he wrote that he had been in danger everywhere he went. He experienced rejection, beatings, and arrest but did not give up. God’s grace continually upheld and strengthened him.

Personal suffering. Paul also spoke about the thorn in his flesh, which caused him great torment. Three times he asked God to remove it, but the Lord did…

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Biblical Mood Mender

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When anxiety was great within me, your consolation brought me joy.  Psalm 94:19

As I waited at the train station for my weekly commute, negative thoughts crowded my mind like commuters lining up to board a train—stress over debt, unkind remarks said to me, helplessness in the face of a recent injustice done to a family member. By the time the train arrived, I was in a terrible mood.

On the train, another thought came to mind: write a note to God, giving Him my lament. Soon after I finished pouring out my complaints in my journal, I pulled out my phone and listened to the praise songs in my library. Before I knew it, my bad mood had completely changed.

Little did I know that I was following a pattern set by the writer of Psalm 94. The psalmist first poured out his complaints: “Rise up, Judge of the earth; pay back to…

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VIDEO Good Stewards and Proverbs 10:22

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Good Stewards

The blessing of the Lord makes one rich, and He adds no sorrow with it. Proverbs 10:22

Theologians debate about the central theme of the Bible—like redemption, the Kingdom of God, and love. Another good candidate is stewardship—what scholar N. T. Wright calls “the covenant of vocation,” which God entered into with man in the beginning. God gave us creation as a gift; our vocation was to oversee it for His glory and to reflect His glory throughout the earth.

When it comes to stewardship, our thoughts usually turn to money. Financial management is certainly a part of stewardship. Regardless of how much money we have, it is by the blessing of God that we have any at all. Therefore, we are to use it in ways that glorify Him. But King David of Israel recognized that “all things come from [God]” (1 Chronicles 29:14)—not just our money…

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What Did You Prep This Month?

The Armed Christian

Walk With God

I completed two more rounds of praying for my 100 closest neighbors. Continued teaching Sunday School and attending church.

Self Defense/Hunting

Bought more ammunition but it has been a crazy busy month so I don’t know exactly what I purchased. I do know that I have reached all my minimum inventory levels for all calibers and that 9mm, .22 LR and 7.62 Commie are the calibers I purchased the most of.

Knee jerk reactions are never good but when I heard that a new assault weapons ban bill had been introduced in the Demonrat controlled House I immediately purchased something that was on my wish list for a long time and that met the criteria under the new laws. Yes, I know that the Republicans (need a good nickname for them) still control the Senate and that Trumpette is ostensibly pro-gun but if they live and work…

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Righteous Among the Nations

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For such a time as this. Esther 4:14

At Yad Vashem, the Holocaust museum in Israel, my husband and I went to the Righteous Among the Nations garden that honors the men and women who risked their lives to save Jewish people during the Holocaust. While looking at the memorial, we met a group from the Netherlands. One woman was there to see her grandparents’ names listed on the large plaques. Intrigued, we asked about her family’s story.

Members of a resistance network, the woman’s grandparents Rev. Pieter and Adriana Müller took in a two-year-old Jewish boy and passed him off as the youngest of their eight children from 1943–1945.

Moved by the story, we asked, “Did the little boy survive?” An older gentleman in the group stepped forward and proclaimed, “I am that boy!”

The bravery of many to act on behalf of the Jewish people reminds me of…

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