The de-Christianization process is not linked to industrialization. Certainly it can be said that industrialization with all its consequences on social life undoubtedly creates certain conditions that facilitate a de-Christianizing process, but … the essential cause is cultural.— Augusto Del Noce (@AugustoDelNoce) February 28, 2021
Saturday, February 27, 2021
Friday, February 26, 2021
Another brill @IrregWarfare podcast.— Charlotte Bratby (@CharlotteBratby) February 26, 2021
Should all violence be considered sane & rational?
Should we move away from mil to marketing language (behavioural sci) when discussing terrorism etc?
Do we question the narrative we’re told of near/far enemy enough?https://t.co/UeM2OBMUPB
Thursday, February 25, 2021
A stunning development. Pope has NO authority to appoint Chinese bishops. ALL clergy must be registered supporters of the Communist Party. The Vatican isn’t even getting its 30 pieces of silver. https://t.co/zULYlQyEfi— Damian Thompson (@holysmoke) February 25, 2021
Once a professional bodybuilder and personal trainer, now a homesteader. Mike Dickson, the "Fit Farmer," tells why he made this switch. And he encourages us to also make changes that will bring us closer to our food, the land, and one another. https://t.co/mbb7vLEtY7— Weston A. Price Foundation (@WestonAPrice) February 22, 2021
The above link is broken. This is the new one.
Really, just a waste of time, and no better than an extended tweet. He thinks that liberalism is the reigning ideology, when it's not, and his acceptance of liberalism disqualifies him from giving any sound judgment regarding politike. The oligarchs don't take Latin integralists seriously as threats, and if they decide to suppress Roman Catholics, they will do so on all believing Roman Catholics, regardless of whether they profess Latin integralism or not.
📚 Home is where you can relax at the end of a hard day’s work. Lean back, open an easy read, and fidget with an interesting Kershaw knife.https://t.co/wv6Nj1gdO4#KershawPub #KershawAtHome #NextLevel pic.twitter.com/X2DOaJHtYv— Kershaw Knives (@kershawknives) February 24, 2021
The Habsburgs sustained their rule by way of a bureaucratic autocracy, not a personal one. https://t.co/kP20cez5mE— First Things (@firstthingsmag) February 25, 2021
I have found following the adventures of @RFultonBrown, a medieval scholar, particularly interesting in this regard.— Stephen W. Carson (@RadicalLib) February 24, 2021
Here’s a field that is literally focused on a rather non-diverse (by today’s standards) medieval Europe. But diversify it they shall!https://t.co/H0P4XgtrIe
Vox Day: The convergence of Tolkien
Papal Visit to Iraq: Comfort or Compromise? | The American Conservative - my piece reflecting what people on the ground have told me https://t.co/cFG0ZapKCH— Benedict Kiely (@benedict_kiely) February 25, 2021
It's hardly a surprise that women want husbands who have their lives together, hold good jobs, and have solid prospects. The problem is that there are too few of them. UVA Sociologist Brad Wilcox on making young men marriageable again.https://t.co/lwE9eMBBVb— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) February 25, 2021
Wilcox doesn't talk about feminism or misandry. Again. ConInc. is not meant to be effective, just make-work for fake "intellectuals" and academics. Shame on all those involved.
The oldest Chinese-American association has announced a revolt against critical race theory. Many fled the Cultural Revolution in their home country—and they're not going to fall victim to the New Cultural Revolution in this country.— Christopher F. Rufo ⚔️ (@realchrisrufo) February 24, 2021
Welcome to the fight, friends. Swords up! ⚔️ pic.twitter.com/JFxUeAVNPG
Thank you Chairman @repdavidscott for asking #regenerativeagriculture practitioner + @UnderstandingAg partner Gabe Brown to testify at the first @HouseAgDems Committee hearing today at 9:30am PST.— Kiss the Ground (@kissthegroundCA) February 25, 2021
Watch it live - https://t.co/rOhnmdlbGC
RT if you want to #RegenerateAmerica!
We’re awakening the possibilities of regeneration at the U.S. Capital today.— Kiss the Ground (@kissthegroundCA) February 25, 2021
Chairman @repdavidscott is playing the trailer of @kissthegroundoc for #HouseAg @HouseAgGOP & @HouseAgDems right now!
Thank you @RepJayapal for sharing #KissTheGround @netflix!
"One of reasons why I chose to leave Athens and become a grower is definitely related to my connection with my ancestral village, where I learned to recognise the original taste and quality of natural products."— IFOAM 🌱💚 (@IFOAMorganic) February 25, 2021
➡️ https://t.co/Mb3vHJ9GFm#IGrowYourFood #LuvOrganic
Great article👇— Farm Wilder (@FarmWilder) February 24, 2021
"I’ve been involved in debates with vegans who simply cannot accept that it is possible to eat a less environmentally damaging diet as a conscientious meat eater than a unconscientious vegan." Glen Burrows - @ethical_butcher https://t.co/Vp1HvzHWaD
Veganism is a false religion and its adherents are fanatics.
Wednesday, February 24, 2021
#OnThisDay in 1991, the @USArmy began its ground offensive in #OperationDesertStorm. After just 100 hours of sustained attacks, the U.S. and Iraqi militaries negotiated a ceasefire. #KnowYourMil pic.twitter.com/g2jgyxD2KG— Department of Defense 🇺🇸 (@DeptofDefense) February 24, 2021
Today marks the 30th anniversary of the Operation DESERT STORM ground offensive. The coalition effort to liberate Kuwait from Iraqi occupation had begun the previous month with an intensive air campaign to weaken Iraqi defenses.— 1st Special Forces Command (@1st_SF_Command) February 24, 2021
⬇️Map of OPN DESERT STORM, February 24-28, 1991. pic.twitter.com/mKXo25n5NA
For 2020, the Vatican ran a deficit of $60 million (the data is reported in Euro, so that’s 49.7 million Euro). The total income for the year was $315 million and expenses came to $375 million, hence the deficit.https://t.co/PzWP5HSqhP— Crux (@Crux) February 24, 2021
Interesting look into what would make societies bioregionally self-sufficient. Heads up 🔥 it could mean disrupting our entire global trade system...— WEAll (@WEAll_Alliance) February 24, 2021
“Bittman’s “Animal, Vegetable, Junk,” a comprehensive treatise on humanity’s relationship to food, matches our moment.”— Ricardo J Salvador (@cadwego) February 23, 2021
What “Sapiens” was to history, and “Capital in the 21st Century” was to Economics, @Bittman’s work is to food and agriculture.🔥https://t.co/VAbmHSQPzJ
Where Did All the Good Women Go? With @ThinkInPeach— Coach Noah Revoy | Arms Dealer For The Soul (@NoahRevoy) February 23, 2021
Young men in the West struggle to find good women who would make good wives. This is undeniable.
How can we change this going forward?https://t.co/dID92hRI6R
💔 Dido's Lament ❤️— Helen Charlston (@helencharlston) February 19, 2021
A homage to the Queen of Carthage
A homage to #coldplay The Scientist
A homage to #Purcell's extrordinary music
Watch the #premiere from 10am today
👉 https://t.co/YNY3nIcdoe 👈 pic.twitter.com/7f0iO0q6Bx
“We have everything we need to renew the Church and the world,” says the author of The Prodigal Church, “but we just don’t recognize it because we’ve been so well-catechized by secularism.”
McGinley: "But at the same time, we can say that tight-knit networks of families have been essential to the Church’s flourishing through time, and then try to figure out what that looks like in the circumstances of our society and each family. We can say that a confident sacramentality in parish life sustains communities, and then discern how that works in a new, shrinking spiritual geography. And so on."
Who decides upon sanctions and enforces them?
You can listen to what it really sounded like in the original Anglo-Saxon right here, Bibi Janey: https://t.co/771hSjvNuT— QuintusCurtius (@QuintusCurtius) February 19, 2021
These old epics were actually performances.
To me, it sounds like Norwegian or Danish. https://t.co/aIAXz9aTME
This is amazing. Hear Beowulf performed in the original Anglo-Saxon.— James Matthew Wilson (@JMWSPT) February 24, 2021
98—An Anglo-Saxon Bard—Benjamin Bagby | Catholic Culture https://t.co/6evsfvtvvh
Tuesday, February 23, 2021
The right to control our #DigitalPersonhood is the path to #DigitalHumanRights.— Petri Aspvik (@PetriAspvik) February 23, 2021
If we don't have #DigitalBillofRights #DigitalOwnership & #DigitalEconomy we can be subject to #DigitalSlavery
Listen to what @johnrobb has to say#Internet #SocialMedia
Half the media met their partners in the workplace.— Real Mark Latham (@RealMarkLatham) February 21, 2021
Yet here's the inevitable Nanny State alliance:
The Leftist jihad on men joins with wowser conservatives in wanting to ban Ministerial staff from being adult, mature enough to have sex with each other. https://t.co/bwOFvjVYBT
Fun Fact: American feminism would not be where it is today without the incredible leadership and influence of Jewish women. 😀 pic.twitter.com/OBaBqIRXyw— JewishContributions.com (@J_Contributions) February 22, 2021
I can’t think of anything more misogynistic than encouraging all young women to focus on building a career *over* finding a good husband with whom to build a family; especially, knowing a career will greatly infringe upon her reproductive and future child’s developmental years.— Curious Lamb 🇺🇸 (@Lamb_Bytes) February 17, 2021
The HealthyFast Guidebook (with Meal-Plans and Nutritional, Fasting, and Exercise Guidelines for Lent, developed w certified nutritionist D. Canellos) is available now to subscribers! https://t.co/t5UkA1IVOu pic.twitter.com/MyoA0SBhpV— Coffee with Sr.Vassa (@coffeesvassa) February 22, 2021
"Judging" a woman is a cardinal sin in a Gynocentric social order.https://t.co/SHVo4v62wA— Rollo Tomassi (@RationalMale) February 23, 2021
The husband seems like a cuck, maybe even is one literally.
Open Hypergamy is almost quaint in 2021. https://t.co/9duaNbWEpZ— Rollo Tomassi (@RationalMale) February 16, 2021
Super excited to talk to y’all about my book in TWO DAYS! 😊— Grace Olmstead (@gracyolmstead) February 23, 2021
Register at the link below! https://t.co/ETlFv9ilhA
Don’t miss this! https://t.co/D0o6kKNL6W— Grace Olmstead (@gracyolmstead) February 23, 2021
“The current surge in young people moving home, Arnett said, is likely to be the largest since the Great Depression.” https://t.co/PkZR6lOkWZ— Grace Olmstead (@gracyolmstead) February 23, 2021
[THREAD]— Wild And Free🌱 (@frackfree_eu) February 23, 2021
WATCH/LISTEN: EU Commission President von der Leyen, Member of the Board of Trustees of the World Economic Forum speaking at Davos 2020 https://t.co/cfWZV43X5I#NetZero #GreatReset #FourthIndustrialRevolution https://t.co/JiT0KiFxKS
@bapayton #4IR Revisiting 'Doctrine of Discovery Redux: The Vatican’s Plans For Impact Investing' @Philly852 Can anyone honestly say that Helen J. Alford is just praying? 'The priest, the engineer & the economist @buildresilience https://t.co/X6AYmgC1ek - https://t.co/UXL11eWxbW— Derek Diamond (@dcareydiamond) February 23, 2021
NDU Prof Greg Foster: The politicization of the military is just the tip of the iceberg. We have layers upon layers of dysfunction in the civ-mil relationship and there is plenty of blame to go around. https://t.co/OHfGAVpJF2 @lizzyshackelfor @miketheidealist @SPMiles42 @capreble— Responsible Statecraft (@RStatecraft) February 23, 2021
Phenomenal talk. https://t.co/q0rhiFKtCh— FrSteveGrunow (@FrSteveGrunow) February 23, 2021
Who wants "orthodox" Judaism when it is as soy as "conservative" Roman Catholicism? Maybe soy Pharisees don't know any better.
Fascinating article about future of American Judaism, suggesting parallels with US Catholicism. There's a vibrant new orthodoxy, but it's not for everyone. Is TLM Catholicism the equivalent of Chabad? Certainly the tired liberalism of some Jewish leaders sounds like our bishops. https://t.co/stlocjmSLE— Damian Thompson (@holysmoke) February 23, 2021
In this political atmosphere, if you advise lockdown and literally compel people to stay home-- AND people know that Netflix is paid you $600,000 in consulting fees-- AND Netflix gets exempted to keep filming content— Vinay Prasad MD MPH (@VPrasadMDMPH) February 22, 2021
How do you think that will play out?https://t.co/sNX7eYbXaR
Competitive marksman, Soldier & Olympian, Spc. Alison Weisz. What's your Warrior?— ArmyMarksmanshipUnit (@USAMUSoldiers) February 21, 2021
Find out at https://t.co/CcIJhcFLNP.@usarec @USAREC_CG @USAShooting @FortBenning @TeamUSA @USArmy @usarmy_meb pic.twitter.com/PXMb6YWReY
Not only will regular walking build stamina, strengthen bones, burn fat, it will also make improve your mental health, mood, outlook on life. And as a bonus it will heighten your testosterone levels and improve your sex life if you are overweight. https://t.co/drNotZJh6B— Wrath Of Gnon (@wrathofgnon) February 22, 2021
We're working on an article about Generation Identitaire, and I can't resist posting a picture of its spokesman, Thaïs Descufon. It's remarkable how many nationalist leaders (@LaurenWitzkeDE, @mtgreenee) right now are female. pic.twitter.com/KTt37vvtb3— Peter Brimelow (@peterbrimelow) February 22, 2021
Monday, February 22, 2021
When he was no longer in office, Donald Trump caused a group that voted 90% against him to assault a different group that also voted against him. Also White people.— FoxworthForCongress (@FoxworthFor14) February 22, 2021
A mayoral candidate supports this? https://t.co/uwFDKYlsKB
Swedish 18 year old with zero experience in building or crafts sets off into the forest to build a traditional log cabin by hand, alone. There really are no excuses for anyone. I recommend bringing friends though. https://t.co/l5ZCZ5ZqNH— Wrath Of Gnon (@wrathofgnon) February 22, 2021
Had a great time talking with my friend Mike Aquilina about Scott Hahn's new Bible study, Parousia (https://t.co/088qIeOqqx), on the Frontline with Joe & Joe show over the weekend. Watch the conversation here: https://t.co/E20yza0Kxi— Brandon McGinley (@brandonmcg) February 22, 2021
Lately I've had a ton of questions about abortion, Covid vaccines, and the common good. Have you? This is for you, then.— Ed. Condon (@canonlawyered) February 22, 2021
When we started @PillarCatholic, we wanted space for the kind of deep dive stuff we simply hadn't had time for. This is what we meant. https://t.co/ZUlw5hVDAu
In this reflective #WorldLocalizationDay conversation, @HelenaNHodge speaks with American political activist and author @dkorten and South Korean Professor of Economics Gunna Jung.— Local Futures / Economics of Happiness (@localfutures_) February 21, 2021
Watch the full conversation here - https://t.co/vXwG4IHbW4. pic.twitter.com/P8a4V87DlY
THREAD on AR-15: I’m a US Marine which means I do have some professional experience with guns. Feel free to criticize my position or disagree but please don’t question my military service or knowledge of guns. I served this Nation with my life and I only want the best for it. 1/— MuslimMarine (@mansoortshams) February 20, 2021
“We’re backed by science and the discoveries we’re making through our research at Rodale Institute, yet there’s still so much more to learn and discover,” says our Chief Impact Officer on this podcast feature. Give it a listen: https://t.co/JX3svhRM6t— Rodale Institute (@RodaleInstitute) February 21, 2021
Regen Farming Tools Go Beyond Just Keeping Carbon https://t.co/jcL5VN79di ##— REGENETARIANISM (previously L.A. CHEFs Column) (@REGENETARIANISM) February 21, 2021
"The mysterious and fascinating mycorrhizal fungi forms an intricate underground network"https://t.co/nRpRhioqQ9— Regeneration International (@regeneration_in) February 22, 2021
Interested in growing your own #poultry feed? Have a look at this factsheet produced by @FarmingConnect looking at the potential of incorporating dehulled #proteincrops, home-grown sunflowers and naked oats into poultry rations https://t.co/dyMAnq2Kyo @ecofeed pic.twitter.com/lgp5e7Wsas— Agricology (@agricology) February 21, 2021
The film chronicles the journey of a Korean American family farming in 1980s Arkansas, and resonates with farmers who see their own experiences reflected. https://t.co/BB06Zxa9X1— Civil Eats (@CivilEats) February 21, 2021
As expected.— Leah Libresco Sargeant (@LeahLibresco) February 21, 2021
Fight misinformation by telling the truth clearly. Not by over-correcting to pessimism to “balance out” denial.
The vaccines work. They massively reduce transmission. We’re on the cusp of things getting a lot better. https://t.co/MG7zP5VV6I
Days after Pope Francis appointed two women to major Vatican posts, he continued his outreach by announcing the beatification of an Italian suffragette and by visiting an elderly Holocaust survivor.https://t.co/9o55vpyxCE— Crux (@Crux) February 22, 2021
Sunday, February 21, 2021
In their latest project, Happy Recluse, Pete Devries, Jeremy Koreski, and Nate Laverty return to a secluded break off the coast of Vancouver Island with the hope of scoring in their own backyard.— Arc'teryx (@Arcteryx) February 18, 2021
Watch the full film here: https://t.co/64sLgEIEVi
“Men have become inwardly focused, narcissistic...the result is spiritual impotence. Masculinity is undermined.— Bree A Dail (@breeadail) February 14, 2021
We have to get to the root of the problem, St. Joseph is the model of a decisive man, a model of a masculine heart...”@NCRegister https://t.co/7Te6LlMAZa
The recording of @UCIrvine's #LunarNewYear celebration is now available--featuring dancing and musical entertainment from the incredible @wufei and @abigailwashburn! https://t.co/21DiqpnUui— Long Institute (@LongInstitute) February 11, 2021
Thanks to @ucisocsci for hosting!
There are millions of private communities and compounds around the world.— Coach Noah Revoy | Arms Dealer For The Soul (@NoahRevoy) February 6, 2021
The elite live in such places.
Many families have built them as well.
Others are made of virtual strangers cooperating to manage common lands.
(This is close to what I want ⬇️)https://t.co/bUdYrq1zaK
The 2nd concert of the #LiveFromLondonSpring festival fell on Valentine's Day, so what better than a programme which explored the joy and despair of human love from @TheApollo5. Enjoy the highlights!https://t.co/nDaB7YBK8x@VOCES8 @ifagiolini @CarducciQuartet @AAMorchestra— Percius (@Perciusonline) February 20, 2021